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The International Institute for Ethics and Contemporary Issues of the Ukrainian Catholic University is inaugurating the Integral Human Development in the Digital Age Webinar Series. The first Roundtable “The Church and the Need for New Social Ethics” will be held together with the Eparchy of Saint Volodymyr the Great of Paris of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC), and will bring together the International Board of the Institute:
Aloys Buch Dean, St. Lambert Interdiocesan, Major Seminary, Lantershofen, Germany. Visiting Professor of the School of Bioethics of UCU
José Casanova Professor, Department of Sociology, Senior Fellow, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affair, Georgetown University, USA
Archbishop Borys (Gudziak) The President of the Ukrainian Catholic University, Archbishop and Metropolitan of Philadelphia of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the USA
Andriy Kostiuk Interim Director of the UCU Law School, Managing Partner of the KPLT. Attorneys at law, Lviv, Ukraine
Peter McCormick Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a Permanent Member of the Institute international de philosophie in Paris. Formerly Professor of Philosophy at the University of Ottawa, Fürst Franz-Josef and Fürstin Gina Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy of the Internationale Akademie für Philosophie im Fürstentum Liechtenstein
Czesław Porębski Professor, Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland
Volodymyr Turchynovskyy Director of the IIECI, Dean of the Social Sciences Faculty, UCU, Lviv, Ukraine
Oleh Turiy Vice Rector for External Affairs, UCU, Lviv, Ukraine
Olga Vokh (moderator) Coordinator of eparchial projects of the Eparchy of Saint Volodymyr the Great of Paris of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC), France
The discussion will be based on the documentary movie “Synodality in Action: Stories from the Life of the Paris Eparchy” about the Paris Eparchy. The documentary is composed of eight stories, each describing various aspects of the life of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC) in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Switzerland.
We will be glad to see you!