Of Teaching (cf. Luke 24: 32)

By Dr. Andrew Thomas Kania A well-worn preacher’s tale runs as follows. One day a woman known for being a gossip in a village parish discovered to her remorse that a story she had told about another parishioner was in ...

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Pope Francis has recently written a letter to people of good will about world peace and justice. He claims that the biggest obstacle to peace is the fact that there is so much indifference in the world. He says that ...

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Владика Венедикт: Людина покликана до щастя на землі та з Господом на небі


Владика Венедикт, єпископ-помічник Львівської архиєпархії УГКЦ, розповів ЦіЖ про дар двох ідентичностей, мультикультурне бачення світу, сучасний атеїзм та конфлікт з Богом, про пошук Україною власного шляху до Бога, Майдан, гендерну самоідентифікацію та намагання зовнішніх сил дестабілізувати ситуацію в Україні. Єпископ ...

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Pentecost Sunday in Victoria

Photos from Ardeer Photos Pentecost, or “Green Holiday” as it is known in our church in various parts of the world, is a very special feast day. It is, we can say, that it is the “birthday of the church”. ...

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What A Weekend In Tasmania!


Photos The Ukrainian community in Tasmania has just experienced a faith filled community building weekend of significant importance. About thirty visitors from the mainland joined the Tasmanian community for 11th-12th June weekend. Bishop Peter, Fr. Justin McDonnell, Fr. Simon Ckuj, ...

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Eparchy Meets For Annual Retreat


Photos From May 30th to June 3rd the clergy and some of their wives gathered together with Bishop Peter Stasiuk and Bishop Venedykt, Auxiliary to the Archbishop of L’viv, for their annual spiritual retreat, at Pallotti College, in the stunning ...

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The Eparchy has a new priest

Photos On Sunday, 29 May 2016 in front of a full Cathedral at North Melbourne, in the presence of Bishop Venedykt Aleksiychuk of Lviv Ukraine, numerous priests, deacons, seminarians, religious sisters, family, friends, and parishioners of the parish, His Grace ...

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The Image of Man (cf. Psalm 144: 3-4)

Image of Man

By Dr. Andrew Thomas Kania In his novel, Immortality, Milan Kundera opens up a brilliant polemical discussion between two characters regarding a paradigm shift that he has one character postulate took place in the Western World in the latter half ...

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What Is Freedom?

What is Freedom

Almost everywhere you turn these days, you hear people talking about a new way of doing things. The old ways, especially anything that has to do with Christians or churches is seen being out of touch. So many people see ...

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