The Head of the UGCC in a conversation with Serhiy Zhadan: You can communicate online, but it's hard to love someone online
The Head of the UGCC noted that people have not fully appreciated modern ways of communication, or, to be more precise, have not yet mastered them.
"We, as a church-religious community, are trying to understand more and more how we can use modern media now, during the pandemic, when we can not gather people. But we also feel that there is a certain limit. Let's say we can communicate online, but, for instance, the upbringing of children or expressing love online is difficult. There always remains a need for human relations," said His Beatitude Sviatoslav.
Human relationships are much broader than online opportunities. It is possible to be in contact with the whole world, have thousands of followers, but not have deep human relations, which is a great human need,” believes the Head of the Church.