Eparchial Organizational Flow Chart 2015

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Clergy Listing for Saskatoon Eparchy-September 1, 2015

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Catholic Hierarchy-Eparchy of Saskatoon

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Apostolic Nuncio Visit of Most Reverend Luigi Bonazzi - October 2 and 3, 2015

Is Pope Francis coming to Saskatoon? Unfortunately not – but his personal representative in Canada is! The Vatican’s representative in Canada, Papal Nuncio Most Reverend Luigi Bonazzi, will be with us in Saskatoon Oct. 2-3, visiting local schools, care homes, the Saskatoon Correctional Centre, and other facilities, as well as meeting with clergy and religious, and attending local events.

Eparchial Events Open to the Public during the Apostolic Nuncio visit : Saturday, Oct. 3 - 8:00- 8:30 a.m. - Moleben Service to Blessed Nun Martyrs Olympia & Laurentia at (Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy) Shrine of Blessed Nun Martyrs Olympia and Laurentia, 215 Avenue M. South, Saskatoon.

Saturday, Oct. 3 – 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. - Official Welcome by Eparchy of Saskatoon at Musée Ukraina Museum, 222 Avenue M. South, Saskatoon.

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Sunday Divine Liturgy at Dormition of the Mother of God Parish, Saskatoon - Now Available on LIVE Streaming Video at 9:30AM Sunday Mornings

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Government Consulations on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops article on Assisted Sucide

Now is the time to make your views known.  This is your opportunity as a citizen to tell the Government about your views on the sacred dignity of human life.  You may wish to review some of the following documents prior to embarking on the making your views known–


Women of Hope Conference - Saturday, October 3, 2015

St. Augustine Parish Hall, Humboldt, SK

This Conference is for all women at every stage of life who want to grow spiritually. Guest speakers will be Maria Noonan, an expert in the deceptions of New Age and “alternative” spiritualities, and Deborah Patrick Larmour who will speak on Guardians of the Gospel: The Mystery and Dignity of Authentic Femininity.

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35th Eparchial Convention - October 30 & 31, 2015

Yorkton, SK - St. Mary's Cultural Centre

"Families Evangelizing Families"

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150th Anniversary to Honour the Icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

 Redemptorists Yorkton Province

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 Beginning of OMPH Jubilee Year in the Yorkton Province»»

St. Michael's Camp - Truck Lotto  

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A Children's Book: "Dominic Invites Emma to Visit Baba's Church"

Written by Diane Bazowski and Pat Holuk

Cost: $5.00

Contact: Diane Bazowski @ 306-764-7255


Family and Life Office


Family and Life Website has a New Look

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Check out the Current Bulletin and Archive Bulletin Inserts

Family Life Bulletin for August 2015                      Family Life Bulletin Insert Archives

SOBOR in Action

The 2014 SOBOR moves us forward in the life of our Church. It has a clear purpose, and is a process that does not stop with the creation of the SOBOR document, but calls us to action in our families. in our parishes, as members of our Eparchy and as members of the global Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church.  It is a statement created from many sources and a broad blueprint for the future. It should be considered  required reading for all members of the Eparchy of Saskatoon.

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Watch the video about "SOBOR in Action" - the continuation of the SOBOR process


Pastoral Letter of His Beatitude Sviatoslav - "The Vibrant Parish - a place to encounter the living Christ"

... The parish is the place where Christian holiness most often germinates, grows, and matures. For this reason the Synod of Bishops of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in 2011, in its concern for the spiritual renewal of our entire Church, focused its particular attention on the parish, that foundational portion of the People of God, which strives for holiness under the guidance of its bishop as father and teacher of the faith. The program, which the Holy Synod approved, is called, “The Vibrant Parish – a place to encounter the living Christ.” The goal of this pastoral program is to help all the faithful of our Church to learn “to live in order to please God” (1 Th 4:1), and thus to grow in holiness and unity in Christ Jesus.

In this Pastoral Letter, I would like to reflect on the key components of a vibrant parish.