Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon
Bishop Bryan Bayda, C.Ss,R.

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Annual Eparchial Appeal

2019 AEA Letter from Bishop Bryan Bayda, CSsR

Христос воскрес! Воїстину воскрес! 
Christ is Risen!  Indeed, He is Risen!

April 28, 2019

“Whoever sows generously….  will also reap generously”.

Seeding. It’s simple. You push a seed into the soil, give it a little bit of water, and wait for it to grow. Well, you might want to fertilize it and water it a few times. But the mystery is left up to God when we watch a small seed become so much more, such as a plant with roots and finally bearing fruit for all. 

2016 Annual Eparchial Appeal

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2019 Annual Eparchial Appeal

April 28 – June 9, 2019


2019 Annual Eparchial Appeal Prayer

Look down upon your servants,
from the Eparchy of Saskatoon,
as we fall before you with faith, O Lord,
and hear our prayers. 

Bless our good intentions,
that we might successfully and timely
complete the work of the Annual Eparchial Appeal. 

Help us to overcome all obstacles, for Your glory.
Send Your angels from heaven, O good One,
to guard the work which we undertake.

Let the fruit of this effort be not an end in itself,
but let it be a means of evangelizing families,
and of growing Your Kingdom.   

Bless our Eparchial Ministers, both ordained and lay,
that they may facilitate encounters between You, the living Christ,
and us your faithful servants.

Through the prayers of the Mother of God, O Savior, save us.


“The parishes really benefit from the peole. They learn how to form good Christian community and they return to their parish and do just that.” – Sr. Bonnie Komarnicki, SSMI

“Learn to understand the joy that can be found in serving someone at their bedside . . . the real presence of Christ.” – Jana Lalach, Dying Healed participant

“The youth are not our past, they are our present and our future,” – Viktoriia Marko, Youth and Young Adult Minister

“We should offer clergy, who have served the Eparchy faithfully over the years, a pension that they can retire on and not have to worry about day-to-day exprenses.” – Fr. Andre Lalach, Vice Chancellor, Eparchy of Saskatoon


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