On Sunday, June 5th, 2011, St. Joseph’s Ukrainian Catholic Parish in Winnipeg warmly welcomed His Grace Metropolitan Lawrence who reverently blessed the new Church Decorations during 11:00 am Liturgy. The parish was more than pleased to host His Grace and the many parishioners at the following celebratory reception. Also a very special guest of honor was Father Joseph Denischuk CSsR, the founder of St. Joseph’s Parish in 1952. The pioneers warmly welcomed Fr. Joseph who proudly celebrated his 90th birthday on March 2nd, 2011. The following is an article explaining the various Church Decorations (Phase I and II) that have taken place over the past year and an attempt to explain the richness of our Byzantine Ukrainian faith and tradition. Many of these thoughts could be easily applied to many of our Ukrainian parishes. Continued…
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Divine Liturgy Sunday at 8:30 am (Ukrainian)
Sunday at 11:00 am (English)
Saturday at 5:00 pm (English)
St. Joseph’s Parish was founded in 1952 by Fr. Joseph Denischuk CSsR and is one of fifteen Ukrainian Catholic Churches in Winnipeg. St. Joseph’s continues to be a young thriving byzantine parish.
The Church is home to the holy relics of Bishop & Martyr Blessed Vasyl Velychkovsky.