Fourteen clergy pose in a studio. In the front row, seated at the left is Reverend Mychajlo Gregorychuk; second from the left is Reverend Myron Krwuckyj; and seated at the far right is Reverend Cyril Lotocki. Standing, second from the left in the second row is Reverend Wasyl Shumay; in the centre of the photo is Reverend Ihor Shpytkovsky; Reverend Marian Shwed stands in the second row, the second frmo the right; far left in the third row is Reverend Joseph Pulak; right of Reverend Pulak is Reverend John Kristalovich; at the far right in the third row is Reverend Basil Dzurman.
The series is comprised of eight reels of microfilm, produced in 1977 by the Saskatchewan Archives Board. Three reels of the "Redeemer's Voice Almanac," cover issues from 1936-1951, 1952-1961, 1964, and 1967-1977. Five reels of "Logos" include 1950-1976.
The series is comprised of papers from Metropolitan Maxim's service in Belgium after the Second World War as the only Ukrainian Catholic chaplain dedicated to the Ukrainian refugees. His love of learning and his great concern for students compelled him to help launch the students' organization, Obnova, and to help young people enter the University of Louvain through a scholarship and bursary program.
The series includes the theses written by Metropolitan Hermaniuk in 1947, as well as his contributions to newspapers and periodicals such as Visti, Obnova, Voice of Christ, Lover of Mankind, P.B. Louvain, Logos, Postup/Progress, the New Catholic Encyclopedia, and various articles.
The series includes papers from the time Metropolitan Hermaniuk was appointed Bishop in Canada and throughout his religious career, spanning the anniversaries and milestones in his life. The documents are both official and personal, greetings, congratulations, and newspaper clippings.
The series includes records of the efforts made to aid Ukrainians in Europe displaced by the Second World War. He helped organize the Committee's publication, Visti, with the aim to bolster the spiritual, social, and nationalist life of the refugees. Metropolitan Maxim's work in Belgium in aid of those dispossessed, continued from his new home in Canada.