St. Josaphat’s Bulletin April 8th to April 14th
Second Sunday of Pascha. Thomas Sunday; the Holy Apostles Herodion, Agabus, Rufus, Asyncretus, Phlegontus and Hermes.
St. Josaphat’s Bulletin April 1st to April 7th
Holy Pascha – Easter Sunday
Easter Sunday – The Feast of the Resurrection of our Lord God and Saviour Jesus Christ
St. Josaphat’s Bulletin March 25th to March 31st
Palm Sunday and the Annunciation
The Lord’s Entrance into Jerusalem; Annunciation of Our Most Holy Lady, the Mother of God and Ever-Virgin Mary; Passing into Eternal Life (1944) of Blessed Omelian (Emil) Kovch, Priest of Peremyshliany and Martyr of Majdanek
St. Josaphat’s Bulletin March 18th to March 24th
Fifth Sunday of Lent – Venerable Mary of Egypt
Tone 8. Fifth Sunday of Lent – Our Venerable Mother, Mary of Egypt; Holy Father Cyril, Archbishop of Jerusalem (386).
Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral
Friday, May 11, 2018
4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
St. Josaphat Parish Hall
9637 – 108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta
Adults: $17.00 | Children: $8.00
Children 5 and under: Free!
Pyrohy, Fish, Lazy Cabbage Rolls, Garlic Sausage, Caesar Salad, Pickles, Dessert, Coffee, Tea and Juice
EVERYONE IS INVITED, PLEASE BRING A FRIEND!
Frozen pyrohy are available for ordering – for more information call Jenny at 780-424-9723
St. Josaphat’s Bulletin March 11th to March 17th
Fourth Sunday of Lent – St. John Climacus
Tone 7. Fourth Sunday of Lent – St. John Climacus (Ladder); The Holy Father Sophronius, Patriarch of Jerusalem (638).
St. Josaphat’s Bulletin March 4th to March 10th
3rd Sunday of Lent – Veneration of the Holy Cross
Tone 6. Third Sunday of Lent – Veneration of the Holy Cross; Our Venerable Father Gerasimus of the Jordan (475).
St. Josaphat’s Bulletin February 25th to March 3rd
2nd Sunday of Lent – Gregory of Palamas
Tone 5. Second Sunday of Lent; St. Gregory of Palamas; Our Holy Father Tarasios, Archbishop of Constantinople (806).
St. Josaphat’s Bulletin February 18th to February 24th
1st Sunday of Lent – Sunday of Orthodoxy
Tone 4. Sunday of Orthodoxy; Our Holy Father Leo, Pope of Rome (461).