Showing 25 results

archival descriptions
Australia
Advanced search options
Print preview View:

11 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Andrew Robertson

  • Fonds
  • 1989-1990

The Andrew Robertson fonds includes biographical information (1989-1990).

Australian Tour

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, in conversation with Peter Kardesh. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in ink, in Ukrainian, on the back, as well as numbers written and stamped.

Australian Tour, Canberra

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, in the centre of the photo, at St. Christopher's RC Pro-Cathedral, Canberra, Australia. Reverend J. Bowden, CSsR, appears at the far left edge; Reverend N. Kopiakiwsky, CSsR, is at the right edge of the photo. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in black India ink on the back of the print. From MMHP Album 2, no. 69.

Australian Tour, Canberra, II

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, standing in the centre, with the local Ukrainian Catholic congregation, celebrating at St. Christopher's RC Pro-Cathedral in Canberra, Australia, January 25, 1958. From MMHP Album 2, no. 70. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in India ink in Ukrainian on the back of the print.

Australian Tour, Canberra, III

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, standing in the centre, with the local Ukrainian Catholic congregation, celebrating at St. Christopher's RC Pro-Cathedral in Canberra, Australia, January 25, 1958. From MMHP Album 2, no. 73. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in India ink, in Ukrainian, on the back of the print.

Australian Tour, Lidcombe

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, in Sydney, with Reverend N. Kopiakiwsky, CSsR, on the left, and Reverend J. Bowden, CSsR, on the right. The locale is St. Joachim's R.C. Church, Lidcombe. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in India ink, in Ukrainian, on the back of the print. From MMHP Album 2, no. 100.

Australian Tour, Sydney

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, is greeted by children with flowers in Sydney, Australia, for his first stop in a six week tour of the continent. Two priests follow behind. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in ink, in Ukrainian, on the back of the print, which is from MMHP Album 2 no. 74.

Australian Tour, Sydney II

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, in Sydney, at St. Joachim's R.C. Church. Reverend J. Bowden, CSsR, is on the far left, with Reverend N. Kopiakiwsky, CSsR, just in front of Metropolitan Hermaniuk, in procession with his crozier in hand. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in India ink, in Ukrainian, on the back of the print. From MMHP Album 2, no. 102.

Australian Tour, Sydney III

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, in procession around St. Joachim's R.C. Church, Sydney. Reverend J. Bowden, CSsR, is seen in front of Metropolitan Hermaniuk, with Reverend N. Kopiakiwsky, CSsR, beside Reverend Bowden. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written, in Ukrainian, in India ink on the back of the print. From MMHP Album 2, no. 90.

Australian Tour, Sydney IV

Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk, as Apostolic Visitor for the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, on his Australian Tour, participated in the procession around St. Joachim's R.C. Church, Sydney, but is not visible in this photo. Reverend J. Bowden, CSsR, on the left and Reverend N. Kopiakiwsky, CSsR, on the right stand behind two unidentified clergy, with six members of Plast nearby. Metropolitan Hermaniuk has written in India ink, in Ukrainian, on the back of the print. From MMHP Album 2, no. 86.

Results 1 to 10 of 25