The Catholic Concordance

By Dr. Andrew Thomas Kania In the early part of the 15th Century a brilliant priest and mathematician, Nicholas of Cusa (1401 – 1464), began applying his substantial intellectual talents to solving a problem that for centuries had prevented the ...

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Watching Our Children Grow Up

Photos Sunday October 2, 2016 was a very significant day at the Ss. Peter and Paul, Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in North Melbourne. Seventeen young children took a giant step forward in their lives. They made their First Holy Confession and ...

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Our Fallen Heroes

Photos There are about 50 fallen heroes from the war in Eastern Ukraine in Lviv’s Lychakiv Cemetery. There are very many other cemeteries around Ukraine which also have fresh graves of those who died defending Ukraine’s integrity. On September 7, ...

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The Journey

By Dr. Andrew Thomas Kania The largest craft ever to sail the skies, was now twelve hours overdue at its prospective destination, Lakehurst airfield, New Jersey. The airship, the Hindenburg, over 200 metres in length, (surpassing even the Titanic in ...

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Greetings to Catechists

Lviv, 7 September 2016. No. 16/045 To the Reverend Fathers, Reverend brothers and sisters, Catechists Glory To Jesus Christ! “… The most important virtue of a good catechist is to have deep religious beliefs and a high concept of holiness and ...

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