UAOC

AcronymDefinition
UAOCUkrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church
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Turkiye 2005 yili UAOC'de yogun bakim kavramindan bahsedilmemekte; ancak herkes icin kapsamli ve nitelikli bir bakimin onemine deginilmektedir.
The UAOC is the smallest of the 3 Orthodox churches, with 12 eparchies, 1,155 communities--approximately 70 percent of them in the western part of the country--and 671 clergy members.
La UAOC aun no ha designado un nuevo patriarca, pues tiene la esperanza de que las iglesias autocefalas terminaran nuevamente unidas.
Los conflictos entre ellas ya no amenazaban el orden politico, lo que no quiere decir que el clero no tuviera ninguna relevancia; de hecho, Leonid Kravchuk, quien no ocultaba su ateismo, celebro la efimera reconciliacion la UOCKP y la UAOC. (54) ?Acaso veia en la unidad religiosa un elemento esencial en la construccion de la unidad ucraniana?
De acuerdo a las estadisticas gubernamentales, en 1999 la UOC contaba con mas de ocho mil parroquias y monasterios; la UOCKP, con mas de dos mil, mientras la UAOC, con mas de mi/.
In 1937 the Stalin death machine unleashed a reign of terror on the UAOC. Some thirty bishops, thousands of priests, and hundreds of thousands of UAOC members were arrested, executed, or exiled to certain death in the gulags.
During the 1941-43 Nazi occupation of Ukraine the UAOC once again briefly regained its independence.
Representatives of the UOC-KP, the UAOC, the UGCC, and the Roman Catholic Church alleged that local governments in the south and east favored the UOC-MP in matters of property restitution and registration.
For example, representatives of the UOC-KP, the UAOC, the UGCC, and the Roman Catholic Church alleged that the Kuchma administration, as well as local governments in the east, favored the UOC-MP in matters of property restitution and registration.
During the period covered by this report, the debate intensified regarding possible unification of some or all of the three main Orthodox Churches (UOC-MP, UOC-KP, and UAOC) and granting the UOC-KP canonical status as an autonomous Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
Leaders of the UOC-Kiev Patriarchate and the UAOC began negotiations on unification in the hope that, when unified, they would be recognized as the country's Orthodox Church by Orthodoxy's "First Among Equals," Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople.