As part of our 25 Year Pastoral Plan, the Eparchy of Edmonton is working towards transforming our parishes into even more welcoming places, places where we encounter the living Christ.
Help us become more welcoming parishes by filling out the following survey. The results of the survey will be shared with your pastor and parish pastoral council so that they help make your parish even more welcoming.
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Edmonton Українська Католицька Едмонтонська Єпархія
Glory to Jesus Christ!
Слава Ісусу Христу!
Слава на Віки!
The Kiss of Peace is an expression of reconciliation and unity between the people present at a liturgical assembly. It originates with the widespread custom, in the ancient Western Mediterranean world, of people greeting each other with a kiss on the cheek. This was the custom in ancient Judea and was also practiced by Christians.
I was a stranger and you welcomed me (Matthew 25:35) The Ukrainian Catholic Church throughout Alberta has embarked upon an exciting and courageous 25 Year Pastoral Plan, entitled Evangelization: A New Springtime.
The Edmonton Eparchy in partnership with the Bridge of Hope has embarked on a charitable project entitled “Home of Hope”. It is a sanctuary and support for teenage girls, who no longer qualify for Ukrainian Government protection services, and need a safe place to work on their education and career.
On January 25, 2007, he was appointed Bishop of the Eparchy of Edmonton and was enthroned on March 24, 2007 at St. Basil Church in Edmonton.
To lead all people into a continual deepening personal relationship with Jesus Christ, in and through His Church: By knowing God, loving God and serving God.
Mailing Address: 9645 -108 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (780) 424-5496 Fax: (780) 425-2330 Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm Email: chancery [at] edmontoneparchy [dot] com
The Holy Martyr Aretas and Those with Him (523) [Day of fast and abstinence from meat]; Philippians 3:8-19; Luke 7:31-35
The Holy Martyrs and Notaries Marcian and Martyrius (351); 2 Corinthians 1:8-11; Luke 5:27-32
Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, Tone 3; The Holy and Glorious Great-Martyr Demetrius, from Whose Tomb Myrrh Streams Forth (285-310); and the Commemoration of the Great and Terrible Earthquake at Constantinople of 741 AD; Galatians 1:11-19; 2 Timothy 2:1-10; Luke 7:11-16; John 15:17-16:2
The Holy Martyr Nestor (305); Nestor, writer of the first Chronicle of Rus' (1114); the Holy Martyr Capitolina and Her Slave Erotheides; Philippians 4:10-23; Luke 7:36-50
The Holy Martyrs Terentius and Neonila; Our Venerable Father Stephen the Sabaite, Composer of Canons (9th c.); the Holy Martyr Parasceve of Iconium; Colossians 1:1,2,7-11; Luke 8:1-3
The Holy Venerable-Martyr Anastasia (249-51); the Passing of Our Venerable Father Abraham, Archimandrite and Wonderworker of Rostov (11th c.) [Traditional day of fast and abstinence from meat]; Colossians 1:18-23; Luke 8:22-25
The Holy Martyrs Zenobius and Zenobia His Sister (284-305); Passing into eternal life of Blessed Priest-martyr Olesky Zarytsky (1963), Pastor of Strutyn near Zolochiv, and Siberia, Martyr; Colossians 1:24-29; Luke 9:7-11
Events from the Eparchy and throughout the UGCC
Divine Liturgy and Vespers Texts