Our Church’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

CIX! The Government of Alberta updated its COVID-19 restrictions as of November 24, which are in place. Faith communities are often significant aspects of people’s lives, and include intimate and close contact between members. This measure will help limit exposure at...

 Ukrainian Catholic News in Alberta

24 Hours For the Lord 2021

24 Hours For the Lord 2021

This resource is intended to offer some suggestions to parishes and Christian communities to prepare for the 24-hours for the Lord initiative....

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Blessed Vasyl Velychkovsky

Blessed Vasyl Velychkovsky

Intercessory Prayer to Blessed Vasyl      O great and holy martyr, our blessed father Vasyl, you were on fire with God’s Word and have followed His...

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Name That Tone Lessons

Name That Tone Lessons

Are you interested in being a cantor or becoming a better aid to those already leading music at your parish? Maybe you are just starting out and...

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The St. Ephrem Prayer

The St. Ephrem Prayer

St. Ephrem the Syrian (ca. 306-373 AD) was a monk, theologian, and poet who lived from 306 – 373 AD. He lived a life of service to others and...

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Edmonton Eparchy launches new plan to reach out to Ukrainian Catholic faithful

Bishop David Motiuk of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Edmonton has used the Eparchy’s first online fundraiser, the Armchair Gala, as a launching pad for the top priorities in the new year and beyond.

'These are different times': Edmonton churches expand reach to offer Christmas services during COVID-19

Bishop David Motiuk at the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Edmonton, said Ukrainian Catholic parishes around the province including St. Josaphat Cathedral in Edmonton are offering virtual services and holding more Christmas masses to accommodate the faithful.

Seeds of priestly vocation grew in underground churches during Soviet regime

From underground to lockdown, Deacon Roman Kobyletskyy’s journey to the priesthood spans from worshipping in secret under a Communist regime to an ordination with only a few family and friends because of the COVID-19 pandemic.