Category: Eparchial Events

St. Josaphat Cathedral hosts Annual Altar Server Gathering

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  Saint Josaphat Cathedral hosted an annual gathering of altar servers on January 2, 2020. Following the celebration of the Divine Liturgy and dinner, Rev. Ephrem Kardouh, bso, Spiritual Director, Holy Spirit Seminary, spoke to the altar servers and parents on how we are living icons of Jesus Christ, called to live in the holiness …

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Called to be Holy – Men’s Retreat/Conference – Nov 1-2, 2019

This is a quick reminder that the deadline to register for Called to Be Holy – Men’s conference and retreat is this Friday Oct. 25! If you or someone you know would like to register, there is still some room. Simply follow the link below. We can take registrations in person at the Pastoral …

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VIDEO: Sister Emily Schietzsch’s Final Vows and Divine Liturgy.

Cantoring Course at St. Josaphat Cathedral (Oct 25-26)

The Eparchy of Edmonton invites you to participate in a Cantoring Course to be held at St. Josaphat Cathedral on Friday, October 25 (6:00-9:00 pm) and Saturday, October 26 (9:00 am- 4:00 pm, concluding with Vespers). Topics include: the Divine Liturgy, 8 Resurrectional Tones, and various changeable parts for major feasts. Everything will be covered …

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Young Adult (Mar 15) and Teen Retreat (Mar 22-25)

Young Adult Lenten Pilgrimage March 15th Lenten Mission in Vermillion “A Call to Mercy” St. Mother Teresa in our World. Come out and learn about St. (Mother) Teresa of Calcutta, her amazing life and call to love the poorest of the poor! During the Lenten Fast, we have been called to greater almsgiving. Allow this …

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Climbing the Mountain: Young Adults Pilgrim’s Retreat

By    Alicia Chichak From December 27th to January 4th, a group of young adults from the Eparchy of Edmonton in Canada and the Eparchy of Parma in the United States made the decision to leave the normality of their lives and embark on a journey to bring themselves closer to God. Whether it was to …

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