Interesting news for the Byzantine world! ” Archaeological experts from the University of Alicante in Spain have recently identified the first Byzantine monastery ever found on the Iberian peninsula,” located in the area of Elda, Alicante.
UNWLA branch 108 will be taking orders for Ukrainian Easter bread (pascha). They will be available for pick up on April 4 and 5; there will only be a limited amount available so pre-order your paska now. To place an order call or text Anna at 203-506-1818 or e-mail email@example.com
108 Biдділ Cоюз Українок буде пекти паски на продаж 4 і 5 Квітня. Прошу замоляти паски в Гані 203-506-1818
“This mainly young group of people – none of whom are ethnic Ukrainian and many who were not raised Catholic – has breathed new life into not only the shrine community, but the overall Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church in Canada.”
Book spotlights ‘new faces’ in Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canada
By Christopher Guly/Special to The Ukrainian Weekly
h/t: Sheptytsky Institute
A light on a dreary January Saturday is the very beautiful performance of the Yevshan Ukrainian Vocal Ensemble @KofCMuseum.
The selection of music was taken from Christmas. If you weren’t here you missed something great! A good 75 people enjoyed a bit of culture. Even Bishop Paul showed up!
The Knights of Columbus is hosting a presentation on Ukrainian Christmas Tradition given by Fr. Paul Luniw.
Sunday, January 26, 2-3pm
Knights of Columbus Museum, One State Street, New Haven
Eastern Europe will the focus region of the European continent January 25 and 26.
Among the events will be a presentation by Fr. Paul Luniw, pastor of the Ukrainian Catholic Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Terryville, CT. On Sunday, January 26, at 2 p.m., Fr. Luniw will discuss Christmas customs and traditions in Ukraine. The event is free and open to the public.
The event is held in conjunction with the museum’s Christmas in Europe exhibition, which features 80 Nativity scenes from across the European continent. The show continues through February 2, 2020. Free admission and parking. Open to the public.
To learn about Yevshan visit: http://yevshan.org
Join us for an open house and to celebrate St. Nicholas on December 29. See each of the flyers for information (in Ukrainian and English).
Happy Thanksgiving from our parish family to you.
Glory to God for all things!