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PRPC0174

St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh, was begun in 1939 and is shown here under construction. It was designated a cathedral in 1948 and eventually named a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0175

St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh, was begun in 1939. Shown here under construction, the church was named a cathedral in 1948 and eventually designated a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0178

A gathering of people at the front entrance of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh. The construction was led by Mike Yanchynski who traveled from Cook’s Creek each spring for several years until the church was completed. In 1948, St. Josaphat’s was named a cathedral, and eventually was designated a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0179

Service held at St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church which was designed and built by Father Ruh, under the supervision of Mike Yanchynski who traveled to Edmonton from Cook’s Creek for several years until its completion. The church was declared a cathedral in 1948.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0186

"St. Josaphat, the Holy Martyr Church in Edmonton, Alberta, built by the generous donations of the Edmonton parishioners and with the generous support of individual Ukrainians from Alberta and all of Canada. This church has currently been valued at a quarter of a million. The solemn opening of the church will take place in July 1947. Everyone is invited to attend."

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0191

"THE UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH of St. Josaphat in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was constructed in the years 1939-1947, blessed and opened for public worship on June 3rd, 1947 by His Eminence Eugene Cardinal Tisserant from Rome. The estimated value is $250,000." The church, later a cathedral and a provincial heritage site, was designed and built by Father Ruh.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0192

St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church was designed by Father Ruh and begun in 1939. The church was designated a cathedral in 1948 and eventually was declared a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0193

St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church was designed and built by Father Ruh and begun in 1939. It was designated a cathedral in 1948 and eventually declared a provincial heritage site.

Edmonton, Alberta.

PRPC0200

Archbishop Wasyly Ladyka sits in the centre of the photo. Father Ruh stands very near, on the left, with four other unidentified clergy also present. Father Ruh was the confessor of the Archbishop.

The location is possibly Mundare, Alberta.

PRPC0201

St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, with a large crowd on a rainy day. The church was designed and built by Father Ruh. It was begun in 1939, designated a cathedral in 1948 and eventually declared a provincial heritage site. Father Ruh appears to be standing at the foot of the stairs, slightly right of three other priests wearing a cassock and stole.

Edmonton, Alberta.

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