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Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk fonds Hermaniuk, Maxim, 1911-1996 With digital objects English
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Mykyta Hermaniuk

Metropolitan Maxim's father poses in a photo studio in this black and white photo postcard. Hand-written on the back, in Ukrainian: "Nove Selo, Mykyta Hermaniuk, born in 1880". At the time of this picture in 1936, he is 56 years old. At the time of his death (January 16, 1942), he was 62 years old. Unidentified location.

Reverend Maxim Hermaniuk

Portrait print of Father Maxim Hermaniuk, in his horn-rimmed eye glasses. One print is loose; two others are affixed to cardboard frame/folders. He has signed his name in ink in Ukrainian on the front of one print, MMHP0028ii. Unidentified location, c.1945.

Arrival for Consecration of Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk

Procession of clergy crossing the street before entering Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with faithful waiting nearby, for the consecration of Maxim Hermaniuk as Auxiliary Bishop to Archbishop Basil Ladyka. Among the clergy in the procession are Reverends Semen Izyk, John Sholdak, Wasyl Kushnir; Bishops Andrew Roborecki and Isidore Borecky; Maxim Hermaniuk; and the Apostolic Delegate to Canada, Archbishop Ildebrando Antoniutti.

Consecration of Bishop Hermaniuk

Consecration of Reverend Maxim Hermaniuk as Auxiliary Bishop, led by Archbishop Basil Ladyka, on the altar of Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Reverend Semen Izyk stands to the left of Bishop Isidore Borecki, who holds the mitre, left of Archbishop Ladyka.

Consecration of B. Maxim Hermaniuk

Consecration of Reverend Maxim Hermaniuk as Auxiliary Bishop to Archbishop Basil Ladyka, Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral, Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 29, 1951. Archbishop Basil Ladyka stands before the altar, with Bishop Andrew Roborecki directly behind him, and Bishop Hermaniuk behind Bishop Andrew. There are seven prints depicting the consecration ceremony. This one alone bears some identification. Typed on the back, at the top edge of the print in Ukrainian is the description: "Consecration of Auxiliary Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk".

Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk's First Episcopal Divine Liturgy

Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk celebrates Divine Liturgy in an outdoor setting, at Blessed Virgin Mary (Pokrova) Ukrainian Catholic Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 30, 1951, the day after his consecration as bishop. Present with him before the altar are several clergy, including Monsignor Wasyl Kushnir, in the foreground. Bishop Neil Savaryn stands left of centre, at the foot of the altar.

Bishop Hermaniuk, Episcopal Divine Liturgy

Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk performs his first Episcopal Divine Liturgy in an outdoor setting, at Blessed Virgin Mary (Pokrova) Ukrainian Catholic Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 30, 1951, the day after his consecration as bishop. He offers Holy Communion to the faithful in the field serving as the church, while the Apostolic Delegate to Canada kneels top left, with Bishop Neil Savaryn next to him, and Bishop Isidore Borecki (Borecky) kneeling next to Bishop Neil. Monsignor Wasyl Kushnir stands to the right of the altar, while Bishop Andrew Roborecki kneels third from the left.

Passport Photo for Maxim Hermaniuk

Passport photo, in six prints, two of which are certified. MMHP0070i says, "His Exc. Bishop Maxime Hermaniuk CSSR", and has "Coadjutor to the Apost. Eparchs of Winnipeg" vigorously stroked out in pencil; "1/2 col" is in pencil and is circled; and written beneath, also in pencil, is "return to M?????" MMHP0070ii says "I certify this to be a true photograph of Most Rev. M. Hermaniuk" in blue ink, and signed beneath it in black ink: "Basil V. Ladyka Arch." All four of the other prints are clean on the back; three have several tack punctures.

Marian Day Celebration, St. Magdalene Oratory

Crowd assembled for Marian Day celebration on the steps of St. Magdalene Oratory, August 12, 1954. Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk stands front and centre; Bishop Andrew Roberecki is left, and Bishop Neil Savaryn, left of Bishop Andrew. Roman Catholic hierarchy and clergy are among the crowd.

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