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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.

Blessing of the Crosses

Blessing of the Cross at St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, Cook's Creek, Manitoba, 1938. The home parish of the architect, Father Philip Ruh, OMI, the church was renamed the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1952. The photo shows the church under scaffolding, with a large crowd present for the ceremony. Black and white print is in fair condition, with creases. Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk has written "Cook's Creek, Man" in ink, in Ukrainian on the back.

Blyth Protestant School District #471 fonds

  • CA MCK 30-1997
  • Fonds
  • 1886-1963

This fonds includes the minute books, financial records (1886-1955), attendance registers (1887-1906), and related documents of the Blyth School District, Rural Municipality of Cornwallis. Aside from attendance records, the fonds contains documents relating to issues of teachers salaries, attendance policies, and holidays.

Blyth Protestant School District

Brandon Business and Professional Women's Club fonds

  • CA MCK 10-2002
  • Fonds
  • 1932-1972

The fonds contains three small scrapbooks, which cover the years 1932-1939, 1939-1949, and 1950-1959, respectively. The scrapbooks contain newpaper clippings from the Brandon Sun, the Winnipeg Free Press, and the Flin Flon Daily Miner. The scrapbooks also contain exhibition and meeting programs from the Brandon Club. Fonds also contains meeting minutes for the years 1932-1972.

Brandon Business and Professional Women's Club

Brotherhood Executive

Brotherhood Executive for Manitoba. From left to right, front to back: Itor Barabush, Capar, Melnyck, unidentified, Tom Bodey, Evenyk, Metropolitan Michael Bzdel, Rt. Rev. Mitrat Roman Dobriansky, and Zubacz. May 13, 1995, Winnipeg, Manitoba?

C. J. Barnes fonds

  • CA MCK 20-1997
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1962

This fonds contains a pamphlet written and published by C.J. Barnes titled Seventy Years in Southwestern Manitoba. The pamphlet contains an account of life in rural southwestern Manitoba from the 1880s through to the 1940s.The pamphlet is based on a variety of sources including diaries written by Mr. Barnes' father. Fonds includes some hand-drawn maps not included in the published version of the pamphlet. This collection also includes four letters c.1962 between C.J. Barnes and Rev. Robert Harvey in his capacity as a columnist for the Brandon Sun.

Barnes, C.J.

CHO!CES

  • CA UWA 02.002
  • Fonds
  • 1937-2002, predominant 1990-2002

The fonds consists of four series covering its major activities and its own administrative and research records, and includes textual records, photographs, posters, newspaper clippings, audio- and videocassettes and related material.

CHO!CES

Canonical Erection of Metropolitan See, I

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk is seated on the High Place at the Holy Table of Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral, Winnipeg, Manitoba, holding the Cross to an unidentified religious, who kneels and is about to kiss it. February 12, 1957. Details of the event are written in ink on the back of the print in Ukrainian.

Canonical Erection of Metropolitan See, IV

The Ukrainian Canadian bishops are seated before the altar of Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral in Winnipeg, Manitoba, during the Canonical Erection of the Metropolitan See of Winnipeg and the Ceremony of the Installation of Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk as Archbishop-Metropolitan of Winnipeg, February 12, 1957. From the left: Apostolic Exarch of Eastern Canada, Bishop Isidore Borecki (Borecky); Apostolic Exarch of Western Canada, Bishop Neil Savaryn, OSBM; His Grace, Archbishop-Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk; Apostolic Exarch of Saskatchewan, Bishop Andrew Roberecki. Four unidentified clergy stand nearby.

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