Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada
St Volodymyr's Cathedral in Kyiv
Papal visit to Ukraine
Books, Religion, Ukraine
Links, Religion, Ukraine

  The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada was founded by Ukrainian immigrants in 1918 in Saskatoon. At that time it was known as the Ukrainian Greek-Orthodox Church of Canada. Today, the Church has some 200 places of worship across Canada served by about 100 priests and three bishops. In the year 1990, it was accepted into eucharistic communion by the Ecumenical Patriarch in Constantinople.

Reflecting its Ukrainian origins, Ukrainian is still used as the liturgical language, although English and French are playing an increasingly greater role in the Church's community life.

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