Posted by admin in Event, Featured Articles, National Congress on March 9, 2016 | No Comments
Ukrainian Catholic Organizations of Canada, including the Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada (UCWLC) and Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood of Canada (UCBC) and Ukrainian Catholic Young Adults of Canada will be holding their 25th Congress in Winnipeg on June 30, July 01-02, 2016.
Our Canadian eparchies are seeking delegates to attend this 25th Congress in Winnipeg.
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JUNE 30, JULY 1 & 2, 2016
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Posted by admin in Convention, Event, Featured Articles on October 5, 2015 | No Comments
he Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada, Archeparchy of Winnipeg will hold their 37th Convention in conjunction with the Youth, Brotherhood, Knights of Columbus and Parish Council representatives.
ЛІґА УКРАЇНСЬКИХ КАТОЛИЦЬКИХ ЖІНОК КАНАДИ ВІННІПЕЗЬКОЇ АРХИЄПАРХІЇ 16-17 жовтня 2015 року Божого XXXVII З’ЇЗД
October 16-17, 2015
Holy Eucharist Parish Centre
460 Munroe Street
This year’s theme: Becoming A More Welcoming Сhurch
With Guest Speaker: Father Michael Kwiatkowski
Posted by admin in Featured Articles, National Congress on March 30, 2015 | No Comments
Elsie Marykuca, Legislation Convenor, National Executive
Resolutions are action plans formally written for the UCWLC members in their parishes after the closing of the Congress. Every three years at the pre-congress plenary, the members of the National Executive discuss the resolutions that each eparchy has presented. Several are presented to the delegates on the convention floor. There is a further discussion; sometimes there are additions or changes. The delegates then vote on the resolutions.
Following is a list of the resolutions that were passed at the UCWLC Congress in 2013, so that everyone...
Posted by admin in Featured Articles on May 29, 2013 | No Comments
New Foundation – A Living Example of “To Serve is to Love.”
The Lubov SSMI Foundation believes that “To Serve is to Love”. We have been created to support the works of the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate in ways that enhance their ministries.
Educate the young
Provide spiritual comfort to those in need
Nurture the lonely
Care for the sick
Provide comfort to the elderly
The Foundation’s priorities at this time are to raise dollars in support of Immaculate Heart of Mary School (the only private Ukrainian Catholic School in Canada); Holy Family Home...
Posted by admin in Music on February 19, 2013 | No Comments
Dance the night away… Explore the market… Visit Cafe Kyiv
Saturday, May 11th, 2013
TCV Place – 6pm to 1am
Posted by admin in Brotherhood, National Congress on December 12, 2012 | No Comments
Book your accommodations for the 2013 Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada and Ukrainian Catholic Brotherwood of Canada National Congress in Saskatoon, Sk on June 27-30.
Posted by admin in Uncategorized on September 15, 2011 | No Comments
The Ukrainian Canadian community has truly rallied this year in marking 120 years of Ukrainian settlement in Canada.
Since our committee was mandated by the UCC Triennial Congress last November to facilitate the celebration of this significant anniversary, it was clear from the beginning that the ‘heavy lifting’ would be readily done at the local level.
Since an official logo was selected and made available for general use, we have received a steady stream of requests for permission to print the logo on posters and program booklets, on banners and signage, on articles of clothing to be worn...
Posted by admin in Music on November 19, 2010 | No Comments
With a generous recording grant from the Shevchenko Foundation, Theresa Sokyrka – recording artist and singer/songwriter has successfully completed her first self titled Ukrainian Roots Album.
As a fourth generation Canadian of Ukrainian descent, Theresa realizes the importance of promoting her culture through song. Her love for Ukrainian music has been fostered by her involvement with the Ukrainian Bilingual program at St. Goretti School (now Bishop Filevich School) in Saskatoon, as well as her years of singing with Saskatoon’s Lastiwka Ukrainian youth choir and orchestra.
The CD is...