Autonomy Lost and Regained: The Ukrainian Orthodox Metropolia of Kyiv, 1633-2019


"Uniate" is the historical term used in the 16th and 17th centuries for what is today referred to as the Greek Catholic Church — a ecclesiastical jurisdiction under the Pope of Rome, adhering to Catholic dogma, but maintaining Eastern Rite ritual and practice. Although the term can be considered offensive when used to refer to today's Greek Catholics, it is historically accurate for this time period and is routinely used by historians who write about this era.

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