Gospel reading and "Spiritual Discussion"; "History of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church"; memoir by Fr. Demyd Burko on the archpastoral activity of Metr. Vasyl Lypkivskyi; the possibilities for religion during "Perestroika".
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Gospel reading and "spiritual discussion"; "History of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church"; commemoration in Chicago of the birth of Metr. Vasyl Lypkivsky; biography of Metr. Vasyl Lypkivskyi and the history of the UAOC of 1921; the Verkhovyna resort and the church of Sts. Peter and Paul in Glen Spey, NY.
The feast of Pentacost; Gospel reading and "Spiritual discussion"; sermon on the feast of Pentacost by Metr. Vasyl Lypkivskyi; "History of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church"; biography of Metr. Vasyl Lypkivskyi and history of the 1921 UAOC; letter of Metr. Msyslav to the Prime Minister of Poland regarding the Polish Orthodox Church.
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Voice of America radio content related to General Petro Grigorenko and the Ukrainian Helsinki Group, including descriptions of events supporting the Ukrainian Helskinki Group, and a statement by Nina Strokata Karavanskyi. Following the broadcast content are the unedited interview responses of General Grigorenko (beginning at 13:45).
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