Informal iterview of Vasyl' Barka regarding his work and its impact on Ukraine, contemporary Ukrainian writers, the relation between poets and politics and political power, and other topics.
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Vasyl' Chaplenko speaks about his grandmother and sings songs that he learned from her or that he remembered from his childhood in Mykolaivka (today in Novomoskovs'k raion, Dnipropetrovs'k oblast).
Recording of an event organized by "Human Rights Research, Inc." in Washington, DC at which Viktor Shtern, the son of the Soviet physician and dissident Dr. Mikhail Shtern, speaks on "The Common Plight of Ukrainians and Jews in Contemporary Ukraine". It includes material about his father's imprisonment, the situation in Soviet Ukraine, and Ukrainian-Jewish relations. After the speech, he takes questions from the audience.
Звукозапис заходу у м. Вашінгтоні, на якому промовляв Віктор Штерн про увязнення його батька лікаря-дисидента Др. Михаїла Штерна, суспільне та політичне становище в радянські Україні, та взаємовідносини між українцями та євреями.
Mykola Francuzenko interviews Vira Vovk-Selians'ka regarding the difficulties of translating Ukrainian poetry into Portuguese, general literary topics, and readings of her own original poetry and her Portuguese translation of the prologue to Ivan Franko's poem "Moisei".
Dub of a Voice of America radio program segment on Vasyl' Chaplenko, followed by Vasyl' Chaplenko correcting a biographical error in that radio program and readings of two of Chaplenko's works by his wife and himself.
Introduction to the radio series; statement by Metr. Mstyslav; gospel reading and "spiritual discusion"; statement of the Commission on Relations Between the UAOC and Ukraine; Paschal Archpastoral letter.
Gospel reading and "Spiritual Discussion"; "History of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church"; destruction of Ukrainian churches in the 1930s; sending Bibles and religious publications to Ukraine.
Gospel reading, discussion of the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, the history of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in inter-war Poland and Romania, the 1918 commemoration of Ivan Mazepa in Kyiv, and the 1919 appeal of the United Ukrainian Orthodox Parish Councils.
Gospel reading and "spiritual discusion", the history of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church during World War II, Nazi terror in Volyn in 1943, and obituary of Fr. Demyd Burko.
Gospel reading and "spiritual discusion", liturgical music from the combined Ukrainian Orthodox choirs of Minneapolis and St. Paul; the history of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church after World War II, news of religious life in the Soviet Union.
Gospel reading, sermon by Metr. Vasyl Lypkivsky on St. Volodymyr, history of the subordination of the Ukrainian Church to the Moscow Patriarchate, polemical articles by the UAOC in the 1920s, and report of the Commission on Relations with Ukraine of the UOC of USA.
Gospel reading and "spiritual discusion"; Ivan Vlasovsky, "Religion, Church, Nation"; Metr. Vasyl Lypkivsky sermon for St. Thomas Sunday; archpastoral visit of Metr. Msyslav to South America.
Gospel reading and "Spiritual Discussion"; Ukrainian Orthodox Sisterhoods; Ivan Vlasovsky, "Religion, Church, Nation"; history of the UAOC of 1942; Valentyna Kuzmych on the United Ukrainian Orthodox Sisterhoods.
Gospel reading and "Spiritual Discussion"; the feast day of St. Nicholas; Fr. Demyd Burko on the first liturgy served in Ukrainian; Ivan Vlasovsky, "Religion, Church, Nation"; summary of interview of Fr. Bohdan Mykhailechko; UOC of USA support for the Initiative Commission; contacts between the UOC of Canada and the Exarchate of Moscow Patriarchate in Kyiv; response of Metr. Mstyslav; Pavlo Zaitsev on Shevchenko's funeral.
Gospel reading and "Spiritual Discussion"; the sacred music of Mykola Leontovych; Ivan Vlasovsky, "Religion, Church, Nation"; "Radio excursion" through the UOC of USA Metropolia Center; letter of Symon Petliura to Ivan Ohienko on his vision for a Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
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