I’ll try to do some research. I’m Ukrainian rite btw.
I found these:
... and others but I am afraid to learn from adulterated content. After 40 years in V II I do not want to reiterate my error to take for granted what I am offered. Even (especiallly) when offered from official sources.
Also, I apologies for my ignorance, but from these videos I would assume that you do recognize the authority of the Holy Father, not the Russian Patriarch... One video suggests that there is conflict over the Filioque dogma but the first I listed suggests that you share it.
My wife's very good friend is Ukranian and Christian, but not Orthodox. I therefore assume she is of one of the 21 eastern rites. I am trying to understand what rite exactly her friend adheres to, but she only speaks Russian and I do not communicate directly with her. Anyway, from what I understand her friend believes the Filioque dogma and also recognizes the Holy Father (mind you, she's extremely critical of his opinions) and this, for me, is a ray of light since my wife is Orthodox, and I am hoping to learn that non Roman rites, as the Eastern rites, perhaps may be closer to the Orthodox religion, and make the transition easier.
Do you celebrate Mass in English, Russian, Ukranian or Latin? Do you sign yourself starting from the left or the right? Do you use three joint fingers? Do you believe the transubstantiation (two videos suggest that, yes, you do)?
But most importantly of all, does your rite (not you, personally) believe in strict EENS or lax EENS
? I could not appreciate this from any of the videos (I googled Eastern rites EENS).
Sorry for all these questions and thank you for your time in searching for correct videos.