- Bishop Andrew Roborecki Foundation
- Knights of Columbus Councils
- Knights of Columbus - 4th Degree Assemblies
- St. Volodymyr’s Ukrainian Catholic Park Board & Park Booking
- Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood of Canada (UCBC)
- Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada (UCWLC)
- Ukrainian Catholic Church Camps of Saskatchewan Inc. (St. Michael’s Camp Board)
Bishop Roborecki Branch – Saskatoon
The Bishop Roborecki Branch UCBC 2018 AGM was held on Sunday, December 09, 2018 at St. George’s Cathedral auditorium following the 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy. A joint brunch with St. George’s Branch UCWLC was enjoyed prior to the meeting. 18 members were in attendance. Rev. Fr. Janko Kolosnjaji led the opening prayer Отче наш. This was followed by one minute of silence and the singing of Вічная пам’ять for Brothers Peter Hyshka and Tony Skomar who had passed away since AGM 2017. Bro. Bernie Bodnar, KSV was nominated to chair the meeting, and Bro. William Gulka, KSV served as recording secretary.
The Executive for 2019 is as follows:
Spiritual Advisor: Very Rev. Janko Kolosnjaji Hospodar: ____ vacant_ ____
Past President: Bro. Bernie Bodnar, KSV Control Commission (Auditors):
President: Bro. Bernie Bodnar, KSV Bro. John Kornylo, KSV
Vice-President: _____ vacant__________ Bro. Ed Rogalski
Secretary: Bro. William Gulka, KSV Bro. Conrad Pura
Treasurer: Bro. Adam Nahachewsky Alternate: Bro. Martin Hryniuk
Archives: Bro. William Gulka, KSV Bro. John Kornylo, KSV
Parish Council: Bro. Bernie Vinnick
UCC: Bro. Bernie Vinnick
Bingo: Bro. Eugene Pryma, KSV Bro. Adam Nahachewsky
Press: (UKR) Bro. William Gulka, KSV (ENG) Bro. Bernie Bodnar, KSV
Culture & Education: Bro. William Gulka, KSV
Scholarship: Bro. Bernie Bodnar, KSV Bro. William Gulka, KSV Bro. William Hnatiuk
Fraternal: Bro. William Gulka, KSV Bro. Eugene Pryma, KSV
Social: Bro. John Holowachuk, KSV Bro. Michael Mialkowsky
Bro. Orest Sirman Bro. Ed Rogalski
Membership: Bro. John Holowachuk, KSV Bro. Eugene Pryma, KSV
Panakhyda Service for 36th Anniversary of the passign of Bishop Andrew Roborecki & Dispursement of Bingo Revenue to Organizations - October 21, 2018
October 21, 2018:
for 36th Anniversary
of the Passing of
Bishop Andrew Roborecki
[Submitted by Bro. William Gulka, KSV]
On Sunday, October 21, 2018, the Bishop Roborecki Branch UCBC held its annual commemoration of the passing of Bishop Andrew Roborecki, the first Ukrainian Catholic bishop for the Eparchy of Saskatoon. Bishop Andrew passed away suddenly 36 years ago – October 23, 1982 – and the commemoration is held on the Sunday closest to October 23. A Divine Liturgy followed by a Panakhyda service was celebrated at St. George’s Cathedral. The Bishop Roborecki Branch of the UCBC is named after Bishop Andrew Roborecki.
& Disbursements of Bingo Revenue to Organizations
The major fund raising endeavor of Bishop Roborecki Branch is bingos at City Centre Bingo. Following the Divine Liturgy and Panakhyda, a luncheon prepared by Bro. John Holowachuk, KSV, Bro. Orest and Zoria Sirman, and Marlyn Skomar was served to about 40 guests and recipient attendees.
After which the annual disbursement of Bingo revenues took place. Bishop Roborecki Branch raised about $13,000.00 during 2017-2018. Donations were made to the following church, religious, educational, recreational, and cultural organizations, with an emphasis on organizations that serve youth:
- St. Volodymyr Ukrainian Catholic Park Inc., St. George’s Cathedral, Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual School, Bishop Roborecki Catholic School, Musée Ukraina Museum, Altar Servers and Children of Mary in the three Ukrainian Catholic parishes in Saskatoon, Special Olympics – Zone 6, St. Volodymyr Eparchial Camp, Pavlychenko Folklorique Ensemble, and Sisters of St. Joseph.
- PDF Copy of 2017-2018 Recipients of UCBC Disbursements »»
UCBC-Bishop Roborecki Branch-William & Elsie Hnatiuk Scholarship - Dec-17-2017
Submitted by Bro. William Gulka, KSV
Each year nominations are received for worthy student-recipients of the UCBC-Bishop Roborecki Branch/William & Elsie Hnatiuk Scholarship. Awards are based on the students’ cultural, religious, tradition, leadership, and language involvement. Students must members of one of the three Ukrainian Catholic parishes in Saskatoon.
Three 2017 UCBC-Bishop Roborecki Branch/William & Elsie Hnatiuk Scholarship presentations were made at the St. Nicholas Day Program at St. George’s Cathedral Parish on Sunday, December 17, 2017. They were Amanda Luczka – Grade 8 @ Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual Catholic School (St. George’s Cathedral Parish), Daniel Olenick – Grade 12 @ St. Joseph’s Catholic High School (Ss. Peter & Paul Parish), and Salome Salome Senger – Grade 11 @ Bethlehem Catholic High School (St. George’s Cathedral Parish). In addition to a Certificate of Recognition, each recipient received a cheque for $100.00.