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Camp St. Volodymyr will be celebrating its 30th anniversary. We have been enriching campers in their Ukrainian Catholic Faith and Culture since 1983. Located in Kelowna campers spend a week participat...
Would you like to have your business card in our parish bulletin? One business card size advertisement $20.00 per month or prepaid for one year for $220.00. See Fr. Yuriy for details....
His Beatitude our Patriarch Sviatoslav has invited the faithful of the Ukrainian Catholic Church to make a pilgrimage to Kyiv in 2013 to celebrate the 1,025th anniversary of the baptism of Kyivian-Rus...
In the year 2010, the number of Catholics increased by 15 million. The total number is more than 1.9 billion people. The increase was seen on every continent but especially in Africa, which saw the mo...
A Ukrainian Heritage Program that creates a social community for both children and parents with an established: Catechism Program Ukrainian School Singing Classes are held at Eucharist Ukrainian Cathe...
On February 8-9, 2012, in Lviv-Briukhovychi, the 56тг session of the Synod of Bishops of the Kyiv-Halych Supreme Archbishopric of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church was held. The Synod was preceded...
On February 8-9, 2012, in Lviv-Briukhovychi, the 56тг session of the Synod of Bishops of the Kyiv-Halych Supreme Archbishopric of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church was held.
The Synod was preceded by a brotherly meeting with Roman Catholic bishops acting in the Ukrainian territory. Therefore, after the first working Synod session, a joint prayer was conducted to open the Year of Remembrance of Patriarch Josyf Slipyj.
The main theme of the session of the Synod was the parish as the community of prayer. Bishop Venedykt (Aleksiichuk) made a report on the liturgical life in the parish.
The Synod paid considerable attention to the question of celebrating the 120th anniversary of birth of Patriarch Josyf Slipyj. In this context, proposals from representatives of the church community, state authorities and local government bodies were reviewed and decisions were passed to duly celebrate the jubilee. In particular, the participants approved the text of the Pastoral Address of the Synod and decided to organize a pilgrimage of the UGCC to Zarvanytsia in 2012 for the occasion of the jubilee.