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Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1911-1996

The Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk fonds is comprised of papers from all phases of his life, study, and vocation in Europe and in Canada. The textual material includes extensive studies of local, national, and international importance in wide-ranging areas of social interest; official documents of the pre-Vatican and Vatican II Councils; correspondence from the private to the official level throughout his lifetime; material tracing preparation for the Papal visit to Canada in 1984, and the Millennium of Christianity in Ukraine celebrated in 1988; and numerous publications either written by Metropolitan Hermaniuk, or of interest to him.
The fonds is comprised of numerous reports, appeals, media articles, and documents both preliminary and officially created in the course of decision-making, in the course of guiding, supporting, teaching, and inspiring clergy as well as lay people in the Church. As the spiritual and administrative head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canada and an influential participant in the councils of Vatican II, Metropolitan Hermaniuk lived through a time of change at the highest levels, illustrated by his papers. Spanning much of the twentieth century, the papers at the same time extraordinarily document life itself, especially during the last half of that century

Hermaniuk, Maxim, 1911-1996

Blessing at Pope's Hill

From left, Archbishop Antoine Hacault, Metropolitan Emeritus Maxim Hermaniuk, Auxiliary Bishop Leonard James Wall, and Metropolitan Michael Bzdel at Pope's Hill in Bird's Hill Park, Manitoba. This at the ten year anniversary of the hill being blessed by Pope John Paul II. September 16, 1994.

Audience at Pope's Hill

Audience at the ten year anniversary of Pope John Paul II blessing Pope's Hill in Bird's Hill Park, Manitoba, September 16, 1994.