View Testimony video on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkJd_iT8330
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The support of the 2022 Annual Eparchial Appeal by the Faithful of the Eparchy has been exceptionally good and very uplifting. Thank you so very much for your continued generosity.
This week the Parish Bulletin insert features the Bishop Roborecki Foundation. The Bishop Roborecki Foundation was established in 1982 to offer financial support for the education of seminarians and clergy within our Eparchy. By supporting the Bishop Roborecki Foundation through the Annual Eparchial Appeal, you are investing in the future of our Eparchy by educating new priests to take over from those who have served us faithfully for many decades and now approach a well-deserved retirement. The insert also features the St. Matthew Clergy Society established to provide Clergy a supplemental Provincial Plan for health and dental benefits, life insurance and funds for retirement. The Faithful of the Eparchy have a fiduciary responsibility so that the welfare of our Clergy is accommodated.
If you would like more information concerning the Annual Eparchial Appeal, or if you would like to listen to some of the testimonials from individuals who have participated in the various Eparchial Ministry programs, please go to the Ukrainian Catholic Foundation of Saskatchewan’s website at www.ucfsask.org.
Make a one-time gift.
Make a pledge and spread out your pledge over 12 (or less) monthly payments.
Have your donation matched by your company with a Corporate Matching Gift.
Online donations using the QR code which links directly to the UCFSask website.
Please give prayerful consideration to supporting the Annual Eparchial Appeal. Your gift to the 2022 Appeal will make a significant difference and will serve as a powerful witness of our God’s love and mercy.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the Eparchial Appeal or the Foundation itself, please contact the Foundation Office at 306-653-0138, ext 223.