Structure of UGCC

Since March 27, 2011 it has been headed by the Supreme Archbishop of Kyiv and Halych Sviatoslav Shevchuk. The UGCC, according to the current legislation of the Catholic Church, is the Church of its own law (Ecclesia sui juris). It has its own rite, which originates from the Constantinople tradition and it preserves its liturgical, theological, spiritual and disciplinary heritage in the culture and historical circumstances of its people.

In 2011 the church introduced territorial subdivisions in Ukraine, metropolia. A metropolitan bishop, an archbishop of main archeparchy, may gather own metropolitan synod, decisions of which shall be approved by the Major Archbishop.

The current eparchies and other territorial jurisdictions of the church are:

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Vinnytsia
Major Archbishop Svyatoslav Shevchuk
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Kyiv – Galicia (2005)
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Kyiv (Latin: Archidioecesis Kioviensis, previously as uniate diocese, 1996)
Ukrainian Catholic Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Donetsk (2002)
Ukrainian Catholic Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Odessa (2003)
Ukrainian Catholic Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Lutsk (previously as uniate diocese, 2008)
Ukrainian Catholic Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Crimea (2014 as administration in Odessa)
Ukrainian Catholic Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kharkiv (2014)
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Lviv (1808 – 2005, 2011)
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Lviv (Latin: Archidioecesis Leopolitana Ucrainorum, 1539 – 1946, 1989)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Sambir–Drohobych (1993)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Zboriv (1993 – 2000)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stryi (2000)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Sokal–Zhovkva (2000)
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Ternopil – Zboriv (2011)
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Ternopil–Zboriv (1993)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Buchach (2000)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Kamyanets-Podilskyi (previously as united diocese, 2015)
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Ivano-Frankivsk (2011)[37]
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Ivano-Frankivsk (1885 – 1946, 1989)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Kolomyia (1993)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Chernivtsi (2017)
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Przemyśl–Warsaw (Poland, 1996)
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Przemyśl–Warsaw (1087 – 1946, 1996)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Wrocław-Koszalin (1996)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Olsztyn–Gdańsk (2020)
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Winnipeg (Canada, 1956)[37]
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg (1912)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Edmonton (1948)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Toronto and Eastern Canada (1948)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon (1951)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of New Westminster (1974)
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Philadelphia (United States, 1958)
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia (1913)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stamford (1956)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Chicago (1961)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Parma (1983)
Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan of Curitiba (Brazil, 2014)
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Curitiba (1962)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Prudentópolis (2014)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Buenos Aires (Argentina, 1968)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Melbourne (Australia, New Zealand and Oceania, 1958)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of the Holy Family of London (England, Scotland and Wales, 1957)
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saint Wladimir-Le-Grand de Paris (France, Switzerland and Benelux, 1960)
Ukrainian Catholic Apostolic Exarchate of Germany and Scandinavia (1959)
Ukrainian Catholic Apostolic Exarchate of Italy (2019)

As of 2014, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church is estimated to have 4,468,630 faithful, 39 bishops, 3993 parishes, 3008 diocesan priests, 399 religious-order priests, 818 men religious, 1459 women religious, 101 deacons, and 671 seminarians.

Every year the bishops of the Conference of the RCC and the Synod of Bishops of the UGCC hold joint retreats and a fraternal meeting. Traditionally, bishops taking part in the Christmas celebrations of the Latin and Eastern rites.