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#346055 03/29/10 05:46 PM
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In English, about the life of St Peter Mohyla. Everything I see listed seems to be in Ukrainian or French.

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The best probably is Ihor Shevchenko's "The Many Worlds of Peter Moyla". It is short though. It is included in Harvard Ukrainian Studies' Journal of 1984. Unfortunately, you have to download the whole issue in PDF form to read the article. Downloading by browser might take one minute. Here is the link for the issue that contains the essay:

http://140.247.132.248/huri/pdf/hus_volumes/vVIII_n1_2june1984.pdf

The issue takes up 24,000 k.b. on your hardrive, small if you have room.

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On the subject of 'looking for a book': the late Metropolitan Neophytos Edelby published a Liturgikon which was translated into German by Professor Dr. Johannes Madey of Paderborn. Does anyone have a copy for sale? Vielen Dank!


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