Our program aims to raise historical sources from the depths to historically and theologically rethink the “Kyivan tradition”. Moreover, we are going to move from the modality of the object of the great centers of Christianity – whether Rome or Moscow, to the pattern of the subject. We want to switch from silence to speech. These books are the first sounds of this address, which will then be transformed into compositions, words, sentences, and discourse. This is our final goal.
We have the ambition to become the expert environment that will explain and provide expert assessments for government institutions and civil society organizations and politicians to make informed, adequate decisions for today‘s Ukraine. One of today‘s topics is the issue of reconciliation, and we want to show on concrete examples how the Kyivan Church in the historical retrospect sought ways to reach agreement and unity, in spite of confessional differences.