- About the Eparchy
- Bishop Bryan Bayda, CSsR
- Catholic Hierarchy - Eparchy of Saskatoon - Historical Details and Statistics for our Eparchy
- Clergy and Religious
- Communications Office
- Faith In Action – Annual Eparchial Appeal
- Finance Office
- Life Transitions
- Marriage Tribunal
- Organizational Chart - New Chart being Revised
- EPC - Eparchial Pastoral Council
- Policies and Procedures
About the Eparchy
The Eparchy of Saskatoon is the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Saskatchewan.
The Eparchy is made up of about 90 parishes (of varying degrees of activity), some 28 eparchial priests,9 priests serving from monastic communities or religious orders, 3 deacons, 11 nuns, and some 3,500 family member Catholics.
There is also one Catholic school with a Ukrainian Bilingual Program, one Nursing Home run by the Sisters of St. Joseph’s, and three Senior Citizens’ Residences.
The head of the Eparchy of Saskatoon, with authority over the entire Church in Saskatchewan, is its Eparch (Bishop).
The current bishop of the Eparchy of Saskatoon is the Most Reverend Bryan Joseph Bayda, C.Ss.R.