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LUC Sunday, October 25th, 2020

LUC Sunday is celebrated on October 25th, 2020, the last Sunday of October in spiritual harmony with Christ the King.

Our National Spiritual Director, Father Marijan Procyk with be celebrating Divine Liturgy at 10 a.m. from St. Nicholas parish in Buffalo, NY for the living and deceased members of the LUC.You can join us at St. Nicholas UCC or celebrate with us online at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHFrKKv_GWs6U-EfD7TctIA

Pope Pius XI instituted the Feast in 1925 to remind the faithful that Christ reigns as king over all things and for all time. May we be reminded of Christ’s presence in our everyday life and trust in Him.P

Please let us know if your parish is celebrating LUC Sunday also!!!

Congratulations to our newest member: Bishop Stepan Sus

On January 1st, 2021 I had the distinct pleasure of presenting His Excellency, Bishop Stepan Sus with a Honorary Lifetime Membership and welcoming him into our wonderful organization. Bishop Sus was visiting the US from Ukraine, where he serves as Curial Bishop of Ukrainian Catholic Major Archeparchy of Kyiv–Halychyna. Prior to his episcopal ordination January 12, 2020 he was pastor as St. Peter & Paul Garrison Church in Lviv and head of the Military Chaplaincy Center in Lviv. He is well known and loved in Ukraine for his outstanding support and dedication to Ukrainian troops and their families. Shortly after his episcopal ordination he was appointed Chaplain General of CYM (Ukrainian Youth Organization SUM) worldwide. We are truly honored to have Bishop Stepan as a LUC member, and since Bishop Stepan lives in Ukraine LUC is now international!!!

LUC Members: Bishop Paul Chomnycky, Bishop Stepan Sus, Sophia Shchur, Bishop Bohdan Danylo

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to our newest LUC member, Bishop Stepan Sus on his First Anniversary of Episcopal Ordination January 12, 2020-2021. Axios!!!

Please Pray for Father Paul

Our beloved Fr. Paul Wolensky, Spiritual Director for the North Anthracite Council recently underwent surgery. Today he is asking for our prayers as he undergoes further procedures at the hospital today. With have you on this Father Paul!!! You always pray for us, now our members join together in fervent prayer for you, for your good health and for everything you need. We hope you feel our love and prayers surrounding you. Let Us Care.

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Our organization, League of Ukrainian Catholics of America was founded in 1933 by a group of like minded and concerned young Ukrainian Catholics in an effort to unify, support and maintain our spiritual traditions.

Almost 90 years later, we as beneficiaries of our founders vision and work, have organized our first virtual conference with the emphasis on unity and spiritual support which is so deeply needed during this time of ongoing Covid pandemic.

We hope you will join us for Transformation 2020 Conference: “Transforming Calamity into Unity, Dignity and Healing” on October 10th, 2020. Registration is simple and free. After registering you will be sent a link by email to view the conference.

We thank our outstanding UGCC leadership, Archbishop Borys Gudziak, Bishops Andrij Rabij, Benedict Aleksijchuk, Bohdan Danylo, and Paul Chomnycky for embracing this opportunity to spiritually support and strengthen us.