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PRPC0153

Father Ruh on his knees at the entrance of ? St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, designed and built by Father Ruh between 1939-1944. In 1951, it was declared a cathedral, and eventually it was designated a local heritage site.The location is...

PRPC0173

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 declared 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.

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 appea...

PRPC0202

Father Ruh, on the left, stands with workers on the steps of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, which he designed and began in 1939, and which was declared a cathedral in 1948.Edmonton, Alberta.

Participants of the 18th Congress of U.C.C.

Group photo of male participants of the 18th National Congress of U.C.C. (Ukrainian Catholic Church), July 2, 1995, Edmonton, Alberta. Standing in the front row, centre, is (from left), Father Michael Buyachok, Bishop Cornelius Pasichny, unidentif...

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