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					Kamsack - Norquay Pastoral District – Ukr. Catholic Churches
St. Josaphat – Kamsack           Holy Ascension – Swan Plain
Sacred Heart of Jesus – Norquay Holy Eucharist – Danbury (Glen Elder)
St. John the Baptist – Arran     Sts. Peter & Paul – Arran-Vesna
All Saints – Swan River, MB      Descent of the Holy Spirit – Benito, MB
Transfiguration of Our Lord – Dnieper

                  Pastoral Administrator: Fr. Basil Malowany
             Box 1628 (119 Nicholas St.)* Kamsack, Sask., S0A 1S0
             Phone 306-542-2220 * Email: b_malowany@yahoo.com
                     Website: kamsacknorquaydistrict.com
Sacraments: Confessions – before each Divine Liturgy and upon request.
            Baptisms – arrangements in advance.
            Holy Matrimony – arrangements at least 1 year in advance.

Visitations: Please call Fr. Basil so he can visit anyone you know of who is ill, in the hospital, or who
             is shut-in.

Bulletins:    Weekly bulletins will usually be printed on Thursday, therefore if you have something
              you would like to include, it needs to be given to Fr. Basil by 7 p.m. on the Wednesday
              prior to the weekend you want it printed in the bulletin.
Parish District Sunday and Feast Day Liturgical Schedule for the period of September 8, 2012–
November 25, 2012
(Sunday before the Exaltation)                                                                                                     Sunday, November 4, 2012:
Saturday, September 8, 2012:                                      Sunday, October 7, 2012:                                         Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.
Kamsack Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.                                     Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9 a.m.                                    Norquay Divine Liturgy 11:30 a.m
Sunday, September 9, 2012:                                        Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                    Arran- Vesna Divine Liturgy 2 p.m (Annual
Swan River, MB Divine Liturgy 9 a.m. (MT)                                                                                          General Parish Council Meeting after Divine
Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                     (20th Sunday after Pentecost)                                    Liturgy)
                                                                  Saturday, October 13, 2012:
(Sunday after the Exaltation of the Holy                          Kamsack Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.                                    (24th Sunday after Pentecost)
Cross)                                                            Sunday, October 14, 2012:                                        Saturday, November 10, 2012:
Saturday, September 15, 2012:                                     Swan River, MB Divine Liturgy 9 a.m. (MT)                        Swan River, MB Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.
Swan Plain Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.                                  Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                    Sunday, November 11, 2012:
Sunday, September 16, 2012:                                       Swan Plain Divine Liturgy 2 p.m                                  Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.
Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.                                                                                                   Norquay Divine Liturgy 11:30 a.m
Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                     (21st Sunday after Pentecost)                                    Swan Plain Divine Liturgy 2 p.m (Annual
                                                                  Saturday, October 20, 2012:                                      General Parish Council Meeting after Divine
(17th Sunday after Pentecost)                                     Danbury Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.                                    Liturgy)
Saturday, September 22, 2012:                                     Sunday, October 21, 2012:
Danbury Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.                                     Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.                                 (25th Sunday after Pentecost)
Sunday, September 23, 2012:                                       Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                    Saturday, November 17, 2012:
Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.                                  Benito, MB Divine Liturgy 2 p.m (MT)                             Benito, MB Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.
Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                                                                                      Sunday, November 18, 2012:
Arran- Vesna Divine Liturgy 2 p.m                                 (Sunday of Christ the King)                                      Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.
                                                                  Saturday, October 27, 2012:                                      Norquay Divine Liturgy 11:30 a.m
(18th Sunday after Pentecost)                                     Swan River, MB Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.(MT)
Saturday, September 29, 2012:                                     Sunday, October 28, 2012:                                        (26th Sunday after Pentecost)
Swan River, MB Divine Liturgy 7 p.m. (MT)                         Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.                                 Saturday, November 24, 2012:
Sunday, September 30, 2012:                                       Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                    Kamsack Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.
Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.                                                                                                   Sunday, November 25, 2012:
Norquay Divine Liturgy 11 a.m                                     (23rd Sunday after Pentecost)                                    Swan River, MB Divine Liturgy 9:00 a.m.
                                                                  Saturday, November 3, 2012:                                      Norquay Divine Liturgy 11:30 a.m
(19th Sunday after Pentecost)                                     Danbury Divine Liturgy 5 p.m. (Annual
Saturday, October 6, 2012:                                        General Parish Council Meeting after Divine
Arran-Vesna Divine Liturgy 5 p.m.                                 Liturgy)
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NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS:
KAMSACK:
1) Parish Council Meeting on Thursday September 13 starting with Moleben at 6:30 p.m.
2) Communion Prayer Service at Kamsack Nursing Home on Wednesday October 3 at 10:45 a.m.
3) Communion Prayer Service at Eaglestone Lodge on Wednesday October 3 at 1 p.m.

NORQUAY:
1) Communion prayer service at Norquay Health Centre on Friday October 5 at 2:30 p.m.

BENITO, MB:
1) Communion prayer service at Benito Health Centre on Thursday October 4 at 2:15 p.m. (MT).

SWAN RIVER, MB:
1) Communion Prayer Service at Swan River Lodge on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 3:15 pm (MT).
2) Communion Prayer Service at Swan River Personal Care Home on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 4 pm. (MT).
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Weekday Liturgical Schedule from Monday, September 10-Saturday, September 15:
Monday, September 10: No Divine Liturgy Scheduled
Tuesday, September 11: Norquay Divine Liturgy 9 a.m. (For the health of Sophie Evanochko requested by Ed Musey)
Wednesday, September 12: No Divine Liturgy Scheduled
Thursday, September 13: No Divine Liturgy Scheduled
Friday, September 14: Kamsack Divine Liturgy 4 p.m. (Exaltation of the Holy Cross) (For the health of Ben Musey requested by Ed Musey)
Saturday, September 15: Kamsack Divine Liturgy 9 a.m. (+Wasyl Malowany requested by family)
Liturgical Propers for Saturday, September 8 & Sunday, September 9, 2012:
Sunday before the Exaltation: Post Feast of Nativity of Mother of God
Tropar, tone 6: Angelic powers were upon Your tomb* and the guards became like dead men;* Mary stood before Your tomb seeking Your most pure body.* You
captured Hades without being overcome by it.* You met the Virgin and granted life.* O Lord, risen from the dead, glory be to You.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit;
Kondak of the Nativity, tone 4: Through your holy birth, O Immaculate One,* Joachim and Anne were freed from the reproach of childlessness,* and Adam and Eve*
from the corruption of death.* Delivered from the guilt of sin,* your people celebrate this when they cry out to you:* She who is barren gives birth to the Mother of God*
and the Sustainer of our life.
Now and for ever and ever. Amen!
Sunday Kondak: With His life-giving hand Christ our God, the Giver of life,* raised all the dead from the murky abyss* and bestowed resurrection upon humanity.* He
is for all the Savior,* the resurrection and the life, and the God of all.”
Prokimen: Save Your people, O Lord, and bless Your inheritance.
Verse: Unto You I will cry, O Lord my God, lest You turn from me in silence.
Epistle: A reading from the second letter of the Holy Apostle Paul to the Galatians (6: 11-18)
Alleluia Verses: a) I have promoted the one chosen from my people and anointed him with my holy oil.
b) My hand will be constantly with him, he will be able to rely on my arm.
Gospel: John 3: 13-17
Instead of “It is truly right. . .”: O my soul, extol the Virgin Mary, born of a barren womb. Mothers cannot be virgins, nor virgins be mothers; but in you, O Mother of
God, both virginity and motherhood were present. Therefore, all the people of the earth unceasingly extol you.
Communion Hymn: I will take the chalice of salvation; and I will call upon the name of the Lord. Praise the Lord from the heavens; praise Him in the highest! Alleluia!
Alleluia! Alleluia!
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Proposed Winnipeg Schedule for the First Visitation of the Father and Head of our church, His Beatitude Sviatoslav Shevchuk and the Synod of the Ukrainian
Catholic Church 10 – 17 September 2012
Monday – Saturday, September 10 – 15 The Ukrainian Catholic Church Synod will take place.

Saturday, September 15
His Beatitude Sviatoslav will depart Portage La Prairie for a visitation to the Parish of the Holy Resurrection UCC in Dauphin, Manitoba Several Bishops will travel to
Brandon and Neepawa for church visitations The remaining Bishops will travel to Winnipeg, Manitoba

Sunday September 16
His Beatitude will celebrate the Divine Liturgy in Dauphin followed by a parish reception.
Bishops are invited to celebrate the Divine Liturgy in the Ukrainian Catholic Churches of Brandon, Neepawa, Winnipeg and the surrounding areas. Parishes have been
requested by Metropolitan Lawrence to celebrate one liturgy on this day that would be open to all parishioners. Parishes are also asked to provide transportation to and
from the church for the guest bishops from Canad Inn, Polo Park and to host a luncheon for their guests.
 At 6:00 pm, the Archeparchy of Winnipeg will host a Gala Dinner to mark the occasions of the 100 th anniversary of the arrival of the first bishop to Canada, Blessed
Martyr Nykyta Budka and in honor of the visitation of His Beatitude and Synod Bishops to Manitoba. His Beatitude will be the primary speaker at the Gala. Tickets to
this event are required.

Monday, September 17
Synod Bishops depart
Tuesday, September 18
His Beatitude departs for Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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BENEDICT XVI'S PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR September 2012
General Intention: That politicians may always act with honesty, integrity, and love for the truth.
Missionary Intention: Help for the Poorest Churches. That Christian communities may have a growing willingness to
send missionaries, priests, and lay people, along with concrete resources, to the poorest Churches.
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Attention YOUTH and YOUNG ADULTS…..READY FOR YOUR 5 MINUTES OF FAME!
His Beatitude Sviatoslav, the head of the entire Ukrainian Catholic Church, is coming to Saskatchewan! He has specifically asked to meet with the youth
and young adults through the province. If you want to know when he will be in your area, please check out the schedule at www.skeparchy.org. To
prepare for his visit, we are asking the youth and young adults of the Eparchy for their input on two things.
1. There will be Q&A (question and answer) sessions with the Patriarch. What do you want to ask him? You have the ear of the head of our entire
Church! Please submit your questions by email (ucyouthministry@gmail.com) or text/phone (260-9063). Unfortunately, not all questions will be chosen
due to time constraints.
2. Let the Patriarch know who you are and what you think about being Ukrainian Catholic. The Youth & Campus Ministry Office will be putting together a
short video montage of the youth and young adults of our Eparchy. Grab a friend and do a quick video with your response to one or both of the following
                 What does it mean to me to be Ukrainian Catholic?
                 I dream of a church….

Please put your video(s) onto a USB drive and mail it to Ivan Kolosnjaji, 214 Ave M. S, SASKATOON SK, S7M 2K4. Ivan will be producing and editing
the video montage. Questions and videos must be received by Monday, September 17. Good luck!
The Historic Visit of His Beatitude Sviatoslav to the Eparchy of Saskatoon, September 2012
Below is the schedule of His Beatitude’s public events during the visit. All of the Faithful are encouraged to attend one or more of these events.
Wednesday September 19th, 2012
Byzantine Ukrainian Catholic Church of St. George 770 – 14th Street West, Prince Albert
   6:00 to 6:45 PM - Moleben and Blessing of Icons. The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 5:45 PM
                         - immediately following the Moleben:
   Knights of Columbus Hall (Adjacent to Church)
   7:00 to 8:00 PM - Informal Wine and Cheese Social. No tickets or passes are required.

Thursday, September 20th, 2012
Ukrainian Catholic Parish of the Dormition of the Blessed Mother of God 120 105 Street West, Saskatoon
           11:00 – 12:10 AM - Divine Liturgy
           There will be a number of invited guests. Seating may be limited. The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 10:45 AM.
           Musée Ukraina Museum 222 Avenue M South, Saskatoon
           4:00 to 4:30 PM - Blessing of New Museum. No tickets or passes are required.

Friday, September 21st, 2012
St. Basil’s Ukrainian Catholic Church 1747 Toronto Street, Regina
             8:00 to 9:10 AM - Divine Liturgy. The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 7:45 AM.
                          - immediately following Divine Liturgy:
             St. Basil’s Hall (adjacent to Church)
             9:15 to 10:30 AM - Brunch with the Faithful. No tickets or passes are required.

            St. Athanasius Byzantine Ukrainian Catholic Church Auditorium 55 McMurchy Avenue, Regina
            1:15 to 2:15 PM - Continental Lunch
            Youth and Catechists of the Regina Deanery will be special guests. Seating may be limited. Tickets: $2.00. Contact St. Athanasius Parish Office: (306) 543-8008 or
            stathanasius@sasktel.net by September 15th.

            St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church
            155 Catherine Street, Yorkton
            7:30 to 8:45 PM – Moleben, followed by informal visit in Church with the Faithful. The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 7:15 PM


Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church 155 Catherine Street, Yorkton
    7:30 to 8:40 AM Divine Liturgy
             The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 7:15 AM
                          - Divine liturgy is immediately followed by:
             Sacred Heart High School 280 Gladstone Avenue North, Yorkton
             8:45 to 9:30 AM – Continental Breakfast
             Youth and Catechists of the Yorkton Deanery will be special guests. Tickets will be required. Contact St. Mary’s Parish Office: (306) 783-4594 or st.mary.yorkton@sasktel.net

            Saints Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church 10th Street East and Munroe Avenue, Saskatoon
            5:00 to 7:00 PM – Divine Liturgy, followed by informal visit in Church with the Faithful. The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 4:45 PM


Sunday, September 23rd, 2012
Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of St. George 214 Ave M South, Saskatoon
           9:00 to 11:00 AM - Pontifical Divine Liturgy and blessing of Plaque commemorating Blessed Bishop Budka
           The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 8:45 AM
                         - Pontifical Divine Liturgy is immediately followed by:
           St. George’s Youth Centre Ave M South & 20th Street West, Saskatoon
           11:10 to 12:30 AM - Refreshments with the Faithful
           Tickets will be sold at the door: Adults - $5.00, Children - free
                         -     Refreshments will be immediately followed by:
           Shrine of the Venerable Nun Martyrs Olympia and Laurentia
           215 Avenue M South, Saskatoon
           12:45 to 2:00 PM – Moleben, Blessing of Iconostas and New Building


                                                                   Gala Banquet Honouring the Pastoral Visitation of
                                                                          His Beatitude Sviatoslav Shevchuk
                                                            Saturday September 22nd, 2012, Reception beginning at 7:00 PM
                                                                 Teacher’s Credit Union Place (Centennial Auditorium)
                                                                            35 22nd Street East, Saskatoon
                                                                       “VISION 2020 and the VIBRANT PARISH”

This banquet will be main social opportunity to celebrate and honour the work of our Patriarch, and to hear his personal message to the Ukrainian Catholic Faithful of the Eparchy of
Saskatoon.
Tickets will be distributed and available in all Deaneries by August 24 th. Adults - $50; Children (10 and under) - $30
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The Catholic Foundation of Manitoba is now accepting applications for funding. Grants are made to organizations of a non-
profit nature. Deadline for submission is September 30, 2012. For further information and application forms, please contact
Suzanne Molinski at 233-4268, fax 233-1800 or email cfmb@mts.net.                                               You can also visit our Web site
catholicfoundation.mb.ca




                                   Special Meetings of Youth and Catechists with
                                              His Beatitude Sviatoslav
                           During His Visit to the Eparchy of Saskatoon, September 2012
His Beatitude has expressed a wish to meet with youth, catechists and people who work with them during his
Pastoral Visit to our Eparchy. Therefore all youth, young adults and catechists are encouraged to attend the
meetings scheduled below. Also encouraged to attend are:
       Little Angels Teachers
       Sunday School Teachers
       School Teachers
       Children of Mary/Altar Server Leaders
       Lay Formation participants/Alumni
       Scripture Study Leaders
       Directors of Youth and Children’s Programs

     For more information about these meetings contact:
         Youth and Young Adult Ministry
                (306)244-7720 Email: ucyouthministry@gmail.com
         Ukrainian Catholic Religious Education Center
                (306)652-1718 Email: rel.ed@sasktel.net

Regina - Friday, September 21st, 2012

          2:15 to 3:30 PM - St. Athanasius Byzantine Ukrainian Catholic Church
          55 McMurchy Avenue, Regina

          This meeting will be preceded by a continental lunch in the St. Athanasius Church Auditorium at 1:15 PM.
          Those wishing to attend this lunch before the meeting should contact St. Athanasius Parish Office: (306)
          543-8008, stathanasius@sasktel.net by September 15th. Tickets: $2.00. Seating may be limited.

Yorkton - Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

          9:30 to 10:15 AM - Sacred Heart High School
          280 Gladstone Avenue North, Yorkton

        This meeting will be preceded by Divine Liturgy, 7:30 AM, at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church, 155
        Catherine Street, Yorkton.
        The Faithful are requested to be seated in Church by 7:15 AM.
                                      - and -
        Continental Breakfast at Sacred Heart High School, 8:45 AM.
        Those wishing to attend this breakfast before the meeting should contact St. Mary’s Parish Office: (306)
        783-4594 or st.mary.yorkton@sasktel.net. Tickets will be required.
Saskatoon - Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

          3:00 to 4:15 PM - Saints Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church Auditorium, 10th Street East and Munroe
          Avenue, Saskatoon

          This meeting will be followed by Divine Liturgy, 5:00 PM, at Saints Peter & Paul Church, after which His
          Beatitude will visit informally in Church with the Faithful. The Faithful are requested to be seated in
          Church by 4:45 PM.
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September 4 , 2012 Dear Members and Friends of the Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan:
Please consider this your invitation to the Compassionate Healers Masses, held in each of the three dioceses.
This fall marks the hosting of the seventh year in Saskatoon, and sixth in PA and Regina. We are fortunate to have the
Bishop of each Diocese presiding at each Mass. Please know that although the Eucharist will be celebrated for those
of the Catholic faith, the invitation to this mass has been extended to all who support and serve in the healing
ministry of Christ.Please circulate this invitation to any of your contacts that you think would appreciate this gathering.
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 , 2012
 7:00 p.m. Cathedral of the Holy Family
 123 Nelson Road,
Saskatoon
 Presider and Homilist ~ Bishop Donald Bolen
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SUNDAY OCTOBER 14 , 2012
 11:00 a.m. Sacred Heart Cathedral
 1401 4 Ave. West, Prince Albert
 Presider
and Homilist ~ Bishop Albert Thévenot
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24TH, 2012
 7:00 p.m. Holy Trinity Parish
5020 Sherwood Drive, Regina
 Presider and Homilist ~ Archbishop Daniel Bohan
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For the first time ever, the annual meeting of the Ukrainian Catholic Synod of Bishops will take place in Canada. It will meet in Portage la
Prairie, which is in the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg, from 9 to 16 September 2012. The Ukrainian Catholic Bishops
of Canada invited the Synod to hold its annual meeting in Canada to mark the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first Ukrainian
Catholic Bishop in Canada, Blessed Bishop Nykyta Budka. Around 35 to 40 Ukrainian Catholic Bishops will participate, including His
Beatitude Sviatoslav Shevchuk, Major Archbishop of Kiev-Halych (Ukraine) who is the primate of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic
Church. During his visit to Canada, Archbishop Shevchuk will be received by the Plenary Assembly of the Canadian Conference of
Catholic Bishops (CCCB) which he will address. He is also making pastoral visits in each of the five Ukrainian Catholic Eparchies across
Canada.
The Basic 8: A practical Singing Workshop on the essential eight tones used for “Great Vespers”. The Vespers
service offers a wealth of theology and countless mediations on the truths of the Faith within the verses (stykhyra and
apostykha) that are prescribed each time. More parishes are restoring the practice of weekly vespers as an opportunity for
families to come together to pray and share their love for their faith. Father John Sianchuk, well known for his personal love
for church singing and recognized for his vast knowledge and expertise in this field, will offer an afternoon ‘workshop’ on the
eight most common tones (samohlasni) used for vespers. We will discuss the layout of vespers, but we will especially work
on the actual melodies themselves, so that at the end we will leave with a greater confidence in actually singing the service!
One of the goals of the “Basic Eight” workshop, is to empower the participant with the confidence to fully participate at
Vespers - increasing the enjoyment and benefit from the service…

SATURDAY – 29 September 2012 – 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Includes: 5:00 ‘supper’; 6:00 pm Vespers)

Holy Eucharist Church Auditorium @ 505 Watt Street, Winnipeg
To pre-register: Call 204-667-8866 The registration fee of $10 includes all materials (texts, notes) as well as a meal
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September 2012
Metropolitan Archbishop Lawrence Huculak
233 Scotia Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2V 1V7

Your Grace,
 In the Gospel of Life, John Paul II reminded the world that, “the life of every individual, from its very beginning, is part of God’s plan.”
 40 Days for Life gives us the opportunity to share this truth. This is a focused pro-life effort that generates measurable life-saving results. 440
communities in 14 nations have conducted 40 Days for Life campaigns since it went international in 2007. More than 5,900 children have been
reported as saved from abortion (only the ones we know about) and 23 abortion clinics have been closed as a direct result of 40 Days for Life.
 40 Days for Life is a cross-denominational, faith-based effort made up of three key components:
                                   Prayer and fasting: Inviting people of faith throughout our city and across the world to join together for 40 days of
                             fervent prayer and fasting for an end to abortion
                                   Peaceful vigil: Standing for life through a 40-day peaceful, prayerful, public witness outside the abortion facility or
                             hospital where abortions are performed
                                   Community Outreach: Taking a positive, upbeat pro-life message to every corner of our city through media efforts,
                             church presentations, and public visibility

This autumn, we will again be present at the Women’s Hospital 735 Notre Dame Ave. for our fifth 40 Days for Life vigil. An opening mass will be held
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at Holy Cross Parish on Wednesday, September 19 at 7:00 p.m. followed by a short presentation in the hall. The vigil will commence on
Wednesday, September 26 and continue until Sunday, November 4, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily.
 All participants are asked to sign a statement of peace in which they pledge to conduct themselves in a Christ-like manner. 40 Days for Life has
been endorsed by many prominent leaders (see website). To learn more about the plans for the forthcoming coordinated effort, you can visit:
www.40daysforlife.com and for our local effort visit www.40daysforlife.com/winnipeg
 We are asking your Grace for your support and blessings upon this life saving project.
 Yours in Life,
Joan Armstrong Communications Coordinator 40 Days for Life Winnipeg
jrsarmstrong@shaw.ca                204 895-7595
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Gifts for His Beatitude Patriarch Sviatoslav
The protocol to be followed in the Eparchy of Saskatoon is as follows:
      1.    All gifts should be made by cheque payable to Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Patriarchal Curia. In the memo on the cheque please write His
           Beatitude Sviatoslav Shevchuk. Please write these cheques clearly (name, date, amount written and numeric) as these cheques will be cleared through the
           International Banking System.
      2. Since these gifts are for the benefit of His Beatitude, no charitable donation receipts will be issued.
      3. A parish may have a collection for the gift to His Beatitude, but will not issue charitable donation receipts to the donors. For collections of cash, or cheques
           made out to the parish but intended for His Beatitude, the parish should issue one cheque for the entire sum to His Beatitude as described in 1 above.
4.   All gifts should be forwarded to the Chancery Office and then will be forwarded to His Beatitude in Ukraine.
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     Please Note: The second collection for all Saskatchewan parishes for the month of
     September is for Patriarchal/Beatifications/Canonizations.

				
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