Archbishop Andrey Sheptytsky and the Ukrainian Jewish Bond, 2nd Edition

Peter Galadza (Editor)


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by Peter Galadza (Editor)

Back Cover
Table of Contents
Remarks by Eric Goldhagen and Henry Abramson
A 1903 Hebrew Letter Written by Metropolitan Andrei Sheptysky, Translated, introduced and annotated by Leon Chameides, MD
A 1942 Letter Written by Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytsky
A Tribute From Dr. Leon Chameides – One of More than 150 Individuals Sheltered by Archbishop Sheptytsky
Presentation of the ADL Jan Karski Courage to Care Award

A beautifully finished, high quality commemorative publication issued by the Sheptytsky Institute on the occasion of the Canadian House of Commons’ resolution recognizing the heroism of Archbishop Andrei Sheptytsky (1865-1944) on April 24th of 2012.

Illustrated with photographs, many in full colour and some archival.


“No other ecclesiastical figure of equal rank in the whole of Europe displayed such sorrow for the fate of the Jews and acted so boldly on their behalf [as did Archbishop Sheptytsky].”
– Eric Goldhagen, Lecturer in Jewish Studies, Harvard University in the Introduction to Daid Khane, Lvov Ghetto Diary, 1990

Language: English
Hardcover: 48 pages, photos, illus.
Publisher: The Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies (2015)

Bulk Price: $79 for 10 books (reg. $100)

Quantity is in 10 unit increments, e.g. 1 = 1×10 = 10 copies, 2 = 2×10 = 20 copies, etc.

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48 pages, photos, illus.