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A religious procession at the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, built c. 1919 by Father Anton Sylla, OMI, and Father Ruh.Skaro, Alberta.


Early stages in construction of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, later to be designated a cathedral and eventually a heritage site, was designed and built by Father Ruh. It was built between 1939-1944.Edmonton, Alberta.


St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church was designed and built by Father Ruh, from 1939-1944. Mike Yanchynski supervised much of the time. The church was declared a cathedral in 1951, and eventually was designated a local heritage site.Edmonton, ...


Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church, the seat of Basilian missionary work among the Ukrainian Catholic settlers in northern Alberta in the first two decades of settlement.Mundare, Alberta.


Photo postcard portrait of Reverend Monsignor Father Philip Ruh, OMI. Father Ruh was elevated to Canon or Monsignor on December 14, 1941.Cook's Creek, Manitoba.


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.


"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...


Outdoor ceremony at Sts. Peter and Paul Church. Bishop Ladyka with the staff; Father Philip Ruh between the candles. Mundare, Alberta.


Rev. Fathers: Phylip Ruh, O.M.I., Geo. Slota, O.S.B.M., by St. Josaphat’s Cathedral in Edmonton. Father Ruh and Father George Slota who was originally from Cook’s Creek, on the steps of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral.Edmonton, Alberta.

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