Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
On this joyful Feast of Christ’s Resurrection, let us all ask our Savior that the Light of His Resurrection shine upon our family, our land, all brothers and sisters in Christ, with renewed strength to abide by our Scriptural Commandments.
“May the Grace of our Risen Lord Jesus Christ, the Love of God The Father and The Communion of The Holy Spirit be with you all.”
Christ is Risen – Truly, He is Risen!
Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood Canada
St. Josaphat Cathedral Branch
Edmonton Alberta Canada
VENERATION OF SHROUDS AT EIGHT CHURCHES
Youth will be travelling from parish to parish in Edmonton to visit the Holy Shroud in every church Continue reading
Most Reverend Archbishops and Bishops,
Very Reverend and Reverend Fathers,
Venerable Brothers and Sisters, Dearly Beloved in Christ of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church
Beloved in Christ,
In the midst of this year’s challenges and uncertainty, Pascha, “the day which the Lord has made” (Ps 117:24), is for us a day of inexpressible joy and hope. On the brightest feast of Christ’s Resurrection, our Holy Church celebrates the mystery of opposites reconciled: burial and resurrection, death and life, crucifixion and glory, sorrow and joy. This is the great Paschal Mystery – the very Continue reading
The Father and Head of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church, His Beatitude Sviatoslav (Shevchuk) renewed the Act of Consecrating Ukraine to the Intercession of the Holy Mother of God. “Unto Your Holy Intercession Blessed Virgin, receive your children, oh, Most Holy,” said the Church Primate.
The renewal of the Act of Consecrating the Ukrainian people to Continue reading
Please pick-up a willow branch as you enter into church today. We ask that you hold your willow branch in your hand as you would a lit candle during the Divine Liturgy; and to raise it up during the reading of the Gospel and the singing of “Holy, Holy, Holy…” prior to the consecration.
The willows will be blessed by the sprinkling of water after Holy Communion.
Will take place on April 10, 11 & 12, from 9:30 am, in the parish hall.
Help would be greatly appreciated on these days!
On the Fifth Sunday of Lent the Orthodox Church commemorates our Righteous Mother Mary of Egypt. The feast day of Saint Mary of Egypt is April 1, however, she is also commemorated on this Sunday due to her recognition by the Church as a model of repentance. Continue reading