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Bishop Innocent Lotocky, OSBM has passed away

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It is with great sadness and heaviness of heart that we inform you of the death of Bishop-emeritus of the Saint Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy Innocent Lotocky, at the age of 97. On Saturday, June 29, Bishop Innocent was taken to hospital after having difficulty breathing. His condition deteriorated and he died peacefully in Presence St. Mary Medical Center in Chicago, IL on July 4 at 11:09 am (Central Time).

Encounter 2012 Underway

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INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — Eastern Catholics in the United States are not new to the country. Yet they are often overlooked when “Catholic” news makes its way to the pages and airwaves of the media. Hoping to remedy this phenomenon, a program of educational “Encoun-ters” has been developed.

Very Reverend Canon Thomas L. Glynn has passed away at the age of 80

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It is with great sadness and heaviness of heart that we announce the passing of the first priest ordained for St. Nicholas Eparchy, our beloved father, colleague and friend Very Reverend Canon Thomas L. Glynn. He died yesterday evening, September 26, at the Resurrection Hospital at the age of 80.

Cathedral, Hall Sites of Bishop Richard's Birthday Celebration

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Bishop Richard observed his 70th birthday Sunday, March 4. The event began with the Divine Liturgy in the Cathedral church, at which several area clergy were able to concelebrate. At the Holy Table were, besides the Rector and Vice Rector, Very Rev Bohdan Nalysnyk and Fr Volodymyr Hudzan,  Very Rev Mykhailo Kuzma, Arhcpriest John Krotec, Fr Yaroslav Mendyuk, Fr Mykola Buryadnyk and Very Rev Basil Salkovski, OSBM, Dean, who also delivered remarks at the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy.

Chicago Deanery Clergy Meet in Milwaukee

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The clergy of the Chicago Deanery meet from time-to-time, usually in the one of the nearby parishes. As a matter of evening out the travel, it was decided to schedule the most recent session at St Michael's Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 6, 2012.

Dr. Dzul Receives 90th Birthday Salutations from Church Hierarchy

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On November 12, 2011, Paul J. Dzul, MD, a long-time leader of the Ukrainian Catholic community in the Detroit area, was honored with congratulatory letters from Patriarch Sviatoslav and Bishop Rich-ard (Seminack) commemorating his 90th birthday.  The event occurred during the celebration of St. Josaphat Church’s 50th Anniversary at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Warren, Michigan.

St Josaphat in Warren, Michigan Celebrates 50 Years: 1961-2011

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On Saturday, November 12, 2011,  St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church celebrated its Golden Jubilee at the Ukrainian Cultural Center with a banquet with 400 people attending.  The Master of Ceremonies welcomed Bishop Richard (Seminack) of the Eparchy of St. Nicholas in Chicago, clergy, honored guests and all present.

Catechetical Sunday Is Here, Again

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It is September again. For some the school year has already begun. For others, classes will soon begin. Whatever the case, Catechetical Sunday is observed in churches across the country.

The Jubilee Icon Has Visited Eparchial Parishes

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Since its sanctification in Detroit by Bishop Richard (Seminack) last year, the Jubilee Icon of the Protection of the Mother of God has been in transit, crisscrossing the vast geography of St Nicholas Eparchy.

To adequately reflect upon the purpose of this pilgrimage, readers of New Star are invited to write (between 50-250 words) a personal commentary of the visit to your area.

St Michael's in Chicago Has Jubilee Icon

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Anticipation built up at South Side Chicago's St Mi-chael's  Parish over a period of weeks. As long ago as St Nicholas Day, 2010, when the icon of the Wonderworker of Myra was highlighted with a garland of pine and holly in keeping with the Deanery's commitment to emphasize the Jubilee Year in each parish, parishiolners began to recite the Jubilee Year Prayer.

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