Bishop Benedict to Celebrate Milestone Birthday


Deacon Michael Cook Reposes in the Lord


Fr. Deacon Michael Cook, 76, fell asleep in the Lord November 30. His parish was Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Palos Park, Illinois.

St Michael’s in Chicago Celebrates 100 Years


Wikipedia says “‘Homecoming’ is the tradition of welcoming back former students and members and celebrating an organization's existence. It is a tradition in many high schools, colleges, and churches in the United States and Canada.”

Bishop Benedict Appoints Syncelli


The word “bishop” derives from two Greek words, “epi” and “scopus” which translate into “overseer”--one who oversees something.

Clergy Retreat: The Business of Prayer


This year’s annual retreat was in a familiar setting—Cardinal Sritch Retreat House in Mundelein, Illinois, although the facility’s furnishings have undergone some renovations. Tiled floors have given way to carpeting—the stairwells and elevator; the chapel carpet looks more “church-y”, but there’s no mistaking the underlying ambiance.

Допомога парафіянам Церкви Покрови у м. Х’юстон


Dear Reverend Fathers, Deacons and Faithful,

You are all aware of the recent hurricane that devastated southern Texas and other areas of the Gulf coast.  We thank God that Father Mykola Dovzhuk and his family came through safely, and that the buildings and property of Pokrova Church in Houston were spared from serious damage.

Memorial Services for Bishop Richard


Last evening at the St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral the fifth eparch of St. Nicholas eparchy, Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk), accompanied by clergy from the Chicago deanery prayed for the repose of the soul of his immediate predecessor, the Bishop Richard S. Seminack.

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk) Enthroned as Fifth Eparch of St Nicholas, Chicago


Woven into the liturgical fullness of the Feast of the Prime Apostles Ss Peter and Paul, His Grace Benedict (Aleksiychuk) became the fifth eparch of St Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy in Chicago, June 29, 2017.

Cardinal Lubomyr Husar Dies


On May 31, 2017, at 18:30 after a serious illness His Beatitude Lubomyr (Husar), Archbishop Emeritus of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Church died at the age of 85.

From January 26, 2001 to February 10, 2011 he was the Major Archbishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church.

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