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The 83rd Annual Ukrainian Day will be held Sunday, July 30, 2017 (rain or shine) at St. Nicholas Church picnic grounds in Primrose (just outside Minersville) PA from 11 AM to 8 PM. Delicious ethnic and regional foods prepared by the parishes of the deanery (pyrohy, halushki, halupki, kielbasa, potato cakes, soups, desserts, etc.). Beverages are also available, including beer and mixed drinks. (Sorry...no outside food or beverages are permitted on the grounds.) A Hierarchical Divine Liturgy will be at 11 AM. Entertainment includes: Live polka broadcast on WPPA 1360AM (11:30-1), a performance by the Kazka Ukrainian Folk Ensemble (1:00-3:00), and polka music by the fabulous John Stevens' Doubleshot (4:00-8:00PM). There will also be vendors and crafters selling traditional Eastern European items, a theme basket auction, games, pysanky demonstrations and class, and much more! Everyone is welcome! Free admission. The South Anthracite Deanery of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia is comprised of 12 parishes in Schuylkill, Luzerne, Northumberland and Columbia counties. All proceeds benefit the St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Seminary in Washington, DC. Check out our Facebook page for more info: Ukrainian Seminary Day or at seminaryday.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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Join Us
In the
“March For Life”
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Bus will be leaving
Holy Eucharist Church parking lot at 10:00 am (sharp).
10:30 am - Divine Liturgy at St. Mary’s Cathedral.
11:30 am - The walk will begin in front of the
Legislature Building.
1:30 pm - The bus will return us back to Holy Eucharist.
Come join us for this very important event.
Please call the office if you are planning to attend
(seating is limited)
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An Icon of Our Lady of Fatima blessed by the Head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church,
His Beatitude Sviatoslav in Kyiv, Ukraine on Thomas Sunday 23 April 2017. He spoke about the need to pray for the conversion of Russia, the conversion of sinners and for a renewal of our own rededication to the Lord.
What does Fatima mean for the Church and the World Today?
Holy Eucharist Church (505 Watt Street, Winnipeg)
5:30 PM – Holy Rosary
6:00 PM – Vespers
7:00 PM – Film, Sharing and
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The Vibrant Parish: A Place to Encounter the Living Christ

The Vibrant Parish Prayer

Please, come and join us in the joyful worship of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus!


Our Church is truly a beautiful place to enter. The frescoes, the stained glass windows, the icons and banners and arches – all illuminated by natural light – uplift the soul to prayerful silence. Far more beautiful than the artwork are the living icons of the Lord – our many parishioners and visitors that reflect the gifts and graces of God in so many different ways. However… the greatest beauty of our church – one that overshadows all the rest – is the awesome REAL presence of our Lord… Who speaks to us in the depth of our souls and showers our lives with His Grace!

Explore the mystery of the Holy Eucharist…