- School of Bioethics
- Yury Monczak
- Public Lectures
- Myroslav Marynovych
- Fr. Vasyl Rudeyko
- Roman Zaviysky
- Institute of Leadership and Management
- public lecture
- Volodymyr Turchynovsky
- International Institute for Ethics and Contemporary Issues
- George Weigel
- Taras Dobko
- Sophia Opatska
- Oleh Turiy
- Lviv Business School
- José Casanova
- Bishop Borys Gudziak
- Pavlo Khobzey
- Bishop Borys
The cross of the victims and their families is a cross that we are asked to carry with them. And carry it we will – with unwavering faith in the Resurrection and the life that it bears. Jesus repeated so often: “Do not fear”! Let our prayer embrace the victims and their families. Let our European resolve bolster the posture of leaders that bear responsibility in this time of crisis. Let us name our fear and boldly put it in its place.
It is the first project about Ukrainian women who have succeeded in business, politics, the community sector, and other areas of life implemented by the publication Novoe Vremya (New Time).
The program takes four years. Upon completion, the graduates receive a bachelor’s degree in history, philology, or culture studies
The Conference of Students of the Ukrainian Catholic University (the highest organization of student self-government) has approved an open letter inviting Pope Francis to visit Ukraine. The declaration signed by...
Disabilities, various forms of discrimination, ways to avoid discrimination, and ways to create various possibilities for all were discussed during the training session “Disabilities do not limit! Say ‘no’ to...
Our ‘Non-normality’ Helps Us Stand Firmly for Christ’s Positions: Fr. Yuriy Sakvuk on the University’s Special Character
The head of the Spiritual-Pastoral Department, Fr. Yuriy Sakvuk, addressed the UCU community on the occasion of “Staff Day” at the university. In his talk, the priest suggested reflecting on what is normal in today’s world and the challenges facing those who go beyond the boundaries of traditional norms.
This letter is the fruit of my long-time intention to take on a theme that I have often postponed. It seems the time has now come for it. I have in mind the established custom at UCU to greet one another “Glory to Jesus Christ!” (Or “Christ is born!” or “Christ is risen!”).