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PRPC0505

Volunteers of the Polish Catholic parish who worked with Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., and Father Ruh to build a Lourdes grotto there.Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0493

Volunteer workers of the Polish Catholic parish, building the Lourdes’ grotto which was directed by Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., and aided by Father Ruh.Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0415

Father Ruh is seated, the second person on the left, with the Faryna family at their homestead.Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0416

"First station in Alberta." Father Ruh sits in the centre of the photo, surrounded by the Faryna family at their homestead. Katherine Faryna stands behind him and Michael sits at his feet.Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0414

Father Ruh, is seated, surrounded by members of the Faryna family at their homestead. Katherine Faryna stands behind him, and Michael sits at his feet.Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0446

Ukrainian typescript under the photo on the album page reads: "First Grotto in Western Canada, Skaro, Alberta." Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, built by Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., with Father Ruh’s help.Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0509

Unidentified man.The location is possibly Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0045

Photo postcard with Metropolitan Andrey Sheptycky in centre, divining for water, in the company of other unidentified clergy.Mundare, Alberta.

PRPC0046

Fathers on picnic in Ukraine with Archbishop. Photo postcard of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptycky in centre, reclining during a picnic with five unidentified clergy.Mundare, Alberta.

PRPC0048

?Father Ruh standing midway on the stairs, and ?Father Wasyly Ladyka, superior of the Basilians in Canada between 1922 and 1929 when he was named the second bishop of the Ukrainian Catholics in Canada. They stand before the Basilian Monastery desi...

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