Gudziak has given us a coherent account of the complex process...The apparatus is generous, the production lavish, and the writing, like the layout, spacious and accessible. (Philip Longworth Slavic and East European Review
Borys Gudziak examines the context of this Greco-Catholic union by discussing the place of the Ruthenian Church within the Orthodox world, and especially its relationship with the Constantinople patriarchate
This book marks a significant advance in our understanding of how societies in east-central Europe, in the zone "between" west and east, responded to the collapse of the Byzantine world and the reformation of Latin Christianity. (Ecclesiastical History
About the Author
Dr. Borys A. Gudziak is Director of the Institute for Church History (Lviv, Ukraine) and vice-rector of the L'viv Theological Academy.