Online Translation: A Meeting of Entrepreneurs with His Beatitude Lubomyr (Husar) “How to Build a Native Home?”

On June 4, Lviv Business School of the Ukrainian Catholic University invites entrepreneurs to meeting with His Beatitude Lubomyr Husar, Archbishop Emeritus of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, which will take place within the framework of the Business Credo project. The topic of the meeting is “How to Build a Native Home: Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky’s Message and the Modern Context”. The event will commemorate the 150th anniversary of Metropolitan Andrey’s birth.

Online Translation

Time: 19:00-20:30
Place – Kyiv.

The meeting will be moderated by Andy Hunder, President of the American Chamber of Commerce, ex-director of the Ukrainian Institute in London.

To participate in the meeting, please fill out a registration form
You should receive a confirmation email from the organizers (after June 1).  

Registration is mandatory.

Contact person – Roksolana Kravchukrkravchuk@lvbs.com.ua
+38 067 67 31 876

“It’s as clear as day that we won’t be able to build a Native Home unless the Ukrainian society becomes a monolithic entity, unless those Ukrainians that advocate for independence get united despite all the differences that divide them… If building a national Home is our genuine and sincere desire (and not a mere phrase or illusion), then it must be reflected in our actions, and these actions must lead to unity…”  – an extract from Andrey Sheptytsky’s pastoral message “How to Build a Native Home?”. 

Background Information

Participation in meetings of the Business Credo Discussion Club is an opportunity for owners and senior managers to communicate in a ‘business talk’ format with leading thinkers and opinion makers in the Ukrainian and international environment.

Our previous guest speakers include: His Grace Bishop Borys Gudziak, President of the Ukrainian Catholic University; Krzysztof Zanussi, a famous Polish director; Myroslav Marynovych, a Ukrainian human rights activist and publicist; His Beatitude Lubomyr Husar; Yaroslav Hrytsak, a well-known researcher and historian; poet and publisher Ivan Malkovich; publicist and literary critic Eugene Sverstyuk (1928-2014); social activist and Ukrainian entrepreneur Valeriy Pekar.