LOGOS A journal of Eastern Christian Studies


The Sheptytsky Institute publishes a peer-reviewed journal, LOGOS: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies, which is Canada’s only double-blind peer-reviewed journal in the field.

This tri-lingual (English, French, Ukrainian) theological review focuses on Eastern Christian Studies, emphasizing both Orthodox and Catholic Eastern Churches with a special, but not exclusive, interest in the Church of Kyiv.

LOGOS is edited by an editorial committee. Its editorial board includes members of the editorial committee and outside members chosen from various constituencies, together with internationally renowned specialists in Eastern Christian Studies.

The journal was founded in 1950 by the late Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk and was published in Yorkton, Saskatchewan until 1983. The new series of LOGOS was re-established in 1993 by Fr. Andriy Chirovsky, beginning with Vol. 34. It was published in Ottawa to 2016, and from 2017 in Toronto.

Design and Layout of LOGOS done by Key-Co. Enterprises.


  • Alexander Laschuk

    Fr. Alexander Laschuk, JCD, PhD

    Sheptytsky Institute

    Managing Editor

  • Cyril Kennedy

    Cyril Kennedy

    Catholic University of America


  • Tamara Wajda