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19.07.2018

PROGRAMME of International Conference “Kiev-Pechersk Lavra – Mount Athos – Jerusalem: Unity Through the Ages”

Ukrainian Orthodox Church

Holy Dormition Kiev-Pechersk Lavra,

National Kiev-Pechersky Historical and Cultural Reserve,

Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary

International Institute of Athos Heritage


PROGRAMME

International Conference

“Kiev-Pechersk Lavra – Mount Athos – Jerusalem: Unity Through the Ages

The conference is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the revival of monastic life in the Holy Dormition Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, the 1035th anniversary of the birth of St. Anthony the Pechersk and the Committee 1030th anniversary of the Baptism of Kievan Rus’

July 20 – 21, 2018,

Holy Dormition Kiev-Pechersk Lavra

The conference is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the revival of monastic life in the Holy Dormition Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, the 1035th anniversary of the birth of St. Anthony the Pechersk and the Committee 1030th anniversary of the Baptism of Kievan Rus’

It is conducted with the blessing of Onuphrius the Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, His Beatitude Metropolitan of Kiev and All Ukraine.

The forum is intended to become a platform for the exchange of experience, systematic and comprehensive discussion, study and popularization of the heritage of the Holy Dormition Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, its role and significance in the history and culture of Ukraine, the peoples of Central and Eastern Europe and the Christian East. The representatives of Local Orthodox Churches, theologians and scientists from different countries of the world are expected to participate in the forum.

July 22-23, the feast of St. Anthony the Pechersk, solemn service is going to be held on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the revival of monastic life in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and the 1035th anniversary of the birth of St. Anthony the Pechersk.

The organisers of the conference: the Holy Dormition Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, the National Kiev-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Preserve, the Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary, the International Institute of the Athonite Legacy.

Location: Kiev, Lavrskaya Str., 15, Holy Dormition Kiev Pechersk Lavra, building No.  45 (the conference hall,  2-d floor (the lower part of Lavra, the entrance to “Near Caves”, not to be confused with “Kiev Pechersk National Historic Cultural Sanctuary” located in the upper part of Lavra).

SCHEDULE:

July 20th, Friday

8.00 – 9.00: Breakfast in the monastery for the non-resident conference participants (building No. 58, same place as accommodation)

9.15 – 10.00: Registration of the conference participants.

10.00 – 11.20: Plenary session. Part 1 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall).

11.20 – 13.40: Plenary session. Part 2 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall).

13.40 – 15.00: Lunch for the conference participants (building No. 52а).

15.00 – 18.00: Section 1: Kiev-Pechersk Lavra: history and ascetics. Part 1 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall).

17.40 – 18.00: Coffee break.

18.00 – 20.00: Section 1: Kiev-Pechersk Lavra: history and ascetics. Part 2 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall).

20.10: Dinner in the monastery for the conference participants (building No. 52a).

July 21, Saturday

8.00 – 9.00: Breakfast in the monastery for the non-resident conference participants (building No. 58, same place as accommodation)

10.00 – 14.00: Section 2: Spiritual, historical and cultural connections with the Holy Land and Mount Athos

(building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall).

10.00 – 14.00: Section 3: Kiev-Pechersk Lavra – heritage, literature and art (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Small Hall).

14.00 – 15.00: Lunch for the conference participants (building No. 52а).

15.00 – 20.00: Section 4: Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and Orthodox monasteries and monasticism in Central-Eastern Europe (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall).

17.40 – 18.00: Coffee break.

20.10: Dinner in the monastery for the conference participants (building No. 52a).

July 22, Sunday

8.00 – 9.00: Breakfast in the monastery for the non-resident conference participants (building No. 58, same place as accommodation)

11.00 – 14.00: Excursion around Kiev-Pechersk Lavra for the conference participants (optional, gathering at 11.00 at the entrance to the building No. 45 (Conference Hall)).

Building numbers:

Building No. 45 – Conference Hall of Kiev Pechersk Lavra.

Building No. 52-а – New refectory of Kiev Pechersk Lavra.

Building No. 58 – Hotel House “Lavra pilgrim” (there is also the cafe “Gostiny Dvor”).

Building No. 80 – Holy Dormition Cathedral of Kiev Pechersk Lavra

Building No. 29 – Sts. Antony and Theodosius Pechersky’s Church (Refectory Church).

Building No. 36 – the Church of the Exaltation of Cross of Kiev Pechersk Lavra (Near Сaves).

Building No. 67 – the Church of St. Anne’s Conception of Kiev Pechersk Lavra (Far Caves).


PROGRAMME

July 20th, Friday

☕ 8.00 – 9.00: Breakfast in the monastery for the non-resident conference participants (building No. 58, same place as accommodation).

9.15 – 10.00: Registration of the conference participants.

10.00 – 11.20: Plenary session. Part 1 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall).

10.00 – 11.20: Opening of the plenary session in the conference hall of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra (building No. 45). Welcome speech:

1. The Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) His Beatitude Metropolitan of Kiev and All Ukraine Onuphrius

2. His Beatitude Theophilus, Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and All Palestine, Primate of Jerusalem Orthodox Church.

3. His Eminence Paul, Metropolitan of Vyshgorod and Chernobyl, Father Superior of Kiev Pechersk Holy Dormition Lavra, Chairman of the Synodal Commission on the Monasteries Affairs of the UOC.

4. His Eminence Vladimir, Metropolitan of Pochaev, Father Superior of Pochaev Holy Dormition Lavra

5. His Eminence Kallistus, Metropolitan of Diokleia, Doctor of Theology, Professor of Oxford University, Honorary Chairman of the International Institute of Athos Heritage (Kiev), President of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies in Cambridge, Honorary President of the Orthodox Association of Theological Schools (Oxford, Great Britain), Chairman of the International Society «Friends of Mount Athos».

6. His Eminence Clement, Archbishop of Nezhin and Priluki, Chairman of the UOC Training Committee, Chairman of the Synodal Information and Educational Department of the UOC.

7. Reverend Sylvester, Bishop of Belogorodka, Rector of Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary of the UOC, Professor.

8. Archimandrite Evlogiy (Ivanov) (Athos, Greece), Abbot of Athos St. Panteleimon’s Monastery.

9. Archimandrite Alexis (Madziris) (Athos, Greece), Hegumen of the Holy Monastery of Xenophon.

10. Archimandrite Venedikt (Sautchuku) (Romania), Father Superior of Neamt Lavra.

11. Alexander Vladimirovich Rudnik (Kiev, Ukraine), Acting General Director of National Kiev-Pechersky Historical and Cultural Reserve

12. Sergei Viktorovich Shumilo (Kiev, Ukraine), Director of the International Institute of Athos Heritage

11.20 – 13.40: Plenary session. Part 2 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall)

1.       His Eminence Paul, Metropolitan of Vyshgorod and Chernobyl, Father Superior of Kiev Pechersk Holy Dormition Lavra, Chairman of the Synodal Commission on the Monasteries Affairs of the UOC. The spiritual connection of the Kiev Caves Lavra, the city of Jerusalem and the Holy Mountain Athos.

2.       His Eminence Vladimir, Metropolitan of Pochaev, Father Superior of Pochaev Holy Dormition Lavra. Kiev Ceves and Pochaev Lavra: spiritual unity and a common history. A look through the centuries.

3.       Reverend Sylvester, Bishop of Belogorodka, Rector of Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary of the UOC, Professor. Contribution of the Church-Archaeological Society at the Kiev Theological Academy in the study of history and monuments of the Kiev Caves Lavra.

4.       Archimandrite Venedikt (Sautchuku) (Romania), Father Superior of Neamt Lavra. The Nemets Lavra and Venerable Paisy Velichkovsky.

5.       Hieromonk Dometian (Markaryan) (Jerusalem, Israel), Deputy Head of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem, Candidate of Geographical Sciences. Features of the service of Russian monasticism in the Holy Land.

6.       Hierodeacon Dositheus (Athos, Greece), Head of the Museum of Athos St. Panteleimon’s Monastery. Venerable Antony Pechersky is the founder of the eldership in Rus.

7.       Sergei Viktorovich Shumilo (Kiev, Ukraine), Director of the International Institute of Athos Heritage. Old Rus Dormition Monastery on Mount Athos and Venerable Antony Pechersky.

☕ 13.40 – 15.00: Lunch for the conference participants (building No. 52а).


15.00 – 18.00: Section 1: Kiev-Pechersk Lavra: history and ascetics. Part 1 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall)

Moderators: Sergei Victorovich Shumilo, Dmitry Valeryevich Vedeneev, Yuri Vasilyevich Danilets

1.       Martin Dudley (Birmingham, UK), PhD DArts FSA FRHistS, Honorary Research Fellow, The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education. Interpreting Orthodox Monasticism to the New World: Kievan Christianity in the Writings of G.P. Fedotov

2.       Vasiliy Irinarhovich Ulyanovskiy (Kiev, Ukraine), Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Leading Researcher of Ukrainian Archaeography and Source Studies Institute named after M. S. Grushevsky of NAS of Ukraine, Professor of the Ancient and Modern History of Ukraine Department of Taras Shevchenko National University.  The tradition of medieval and early-modern burials in the Dormition Cathedral and the metochion of the Kiev-Caves Monastery: God’s promise to Reverend Antony.

3.       Natalia Dmitrievna Kovalchuk (Kiev, Ukraine), Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Philosophy Department of of Kiev University named after Boris Grinchenko. Reverend Theodosius as the founder and ascetic of the Kiev Caves Lavra.

4.       Vladimir Viktorovich Burega (Kiev, Ukraine), Candidate of Historical Sciences, Candidate of Theology, Professor, Deputy Rector for Scientific Theological Work of Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary. Reverend Simeon Daibabsky as a graduate of the Kiev Theological Academy and the continuer of the Kiev tradition of cave monasticism in Montenegro.

5.       Daniil Galadza (Vienna, Austria), Doctor of Theology, Associate Professor of the Liturgical Sciences and Sacramentology Department of the Theological Faculty of the University of Vienna, Member of the Daily Life and Religion project of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. “The rulers of the noble life and the monk rule”: Early Kyiv-Pechersk monasticism and the works of St. Theodore the Studite about the Liturgy.

6.       Rev. Dn. Joseph Stephen Olas (Crestwood, NY), Master of Arts in Theology from the Academy of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, Serving as Parish Administrator of St. George Orthodox Christian Church of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA (Patriarchate of Antioch). Sabbas to Stoudios to Kiev to Today.

7.       Irina Vladimirovna Zhilenko (Kiev, Ukraine), Candidate of Theology, National Kiev-Pechersky Historical and Cultural Reserve. The oldest Pechersk hagiographic tradition and celebration of Reverend Isaac Pechersky.

8.       Hegumen Peter (Pigol) (Moscow, Russia), Candidate of Theology, Confessor of High-Petrovsky stauropegial monastery, Editor-in-chief of the information and publishing center “K Svetu”. Orthodoxy in the north-eastern Black Sea region in the Middle Ages and relationships with the Kiev Caves monastery.

9.       Sergei Mikhailovich Vosovich (Brest, Belarus), Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Humanities Department of Brest State Technical University. Translatin of the relics of Reverend Euphrosynia from the  Holy Dormition Kiev Caves Monastery in Polotsk Spaso-Yevfrosinievsky Monastery.

☕ 17.40 – 18.00: Coffee break.


18.00 – 20.00: Section 1: Kiev-Pechersk Lavra: history and ascetics. Part 2 (building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall)

1.       Archpriest Vasily Yakovchuk (Kiev, Ukraine), Candidate of Theology, Associate Professor of Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary, Secretary of the Academic Council of KTA&S. The idea of renewing the stauropegic of the Kiev Caves Lavra in the work of prof. rev. Theodore Titov “Kiev Caves Lavra as a stauropegic monastery” (1918).

2.       Oksana Borisovna Prokopyuk (Kiev, Ukraine), Candidate of Historical Sciences, Leading Researcher of History and Archeology Department of Kiev Pechersk National Historic Cultural Sanctuary. Parish churches of the Kiev-Caves Lavra: problems, results and prospects for research.

3.       Yuri Vasilyevich Danilets (Uzhgorod, Ukraine), Ph.D. in History, Doctoral Student, Associate Professor of History of Ukraine Department of Uzhgorod National University, Director of Theological Historical Research Center named after Archimandrite Vasily (Pronin) of Mukachevo Diocese of the UOC, Head of the Transcarpathian branch of the International Institute of Athos Heritage. Spiritual influence of the Kiev Caves Lavra on the religious life of the population of Zacarpathia.

4.       Dmitry Valerievich Vedeneev (Kiev, Ukraine), Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of National Academy of Culture and Arts Leaders. The Kiev Caves Lavra as an object of operational and repressive activity of the state security bodies: 1920 – the end of the 1950s.

5.       Deacon Alexander Zanemonets (Jerusalem, Israel), cleric of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem (Jerusalem Patriarchate), teacher of Byzantine history and history of Christianity in Haifa University (Israel). The Kiev New Martyrs of 1937 – prot. Alexander Glagolev and priest Anatoly Zhurakovsky.

6.       Orest Bogdanovich Zhigalo (Gorodishche, Ukraine), Kiev Theological Academy of the UOC. The circumstances of the closure of the Kiev Caves Lavra in 1961.

☕ 20.10: Dinner in the monastery for the conference participants (building No. 52a).

July 21, Saturday

☕ 8.00 – 9.00: Breakfast in the monastery for the non-resident conference participants (building No. 58, same place as accommodation).

10.00 – 14.00: Section 2: Spiritual, historical and cultural connections with the Holy Land and Mount Athos

(building No. 45, 2nd floor, Great Hall)

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