Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon

The Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon (Ukrainian: Саскатунська єпархія Української греко-католицької церкви) is the Ukrainian Greek Catholic (using Byzantine Rite in Ukrainian language) eparchy (Eastern Catholic diocese) for the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

Eparchy of Saskatoon

Eparchia Saskatoonensis Ucrainorum

Українська Католицька Єпархія Саскатуну
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Location
TerritorySaskatchewan, Canada
Ecclesiastical provinceArcheparchy of Winnipeg
HeadquartersSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Population
- Catholics

7,700
Information
Sui iuris churchUkrainian Greek Catholic
RiteByzantine Rite
EstablishedNovember 3, 1956
CathedralUkrainian Catholic Cathedral of St. George
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
Major ArchbishopSviatoslav Shevchuk
BishopBryan Bayda Bishop of the Eparchy of Saskatoon
Metropolitan ArchbishopLawrence Huculak Archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg
Website
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon

Its cathedral episcopal see is the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of St. George, in Saskatoon. It is one of the suffragan eparchies of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg. The current bishop is Bryan Bayda.

HistoryEdit

BishopsEdit

Episcopal ordinariesEdit

Apostolic Exarch of Saskatoon
Suffragan Eparchs (Bishops) of Saskatoon

Other priest of this eparchy who became bishopEdit

StatisticsEdit

As of 2009, the eparchy contains 84 parishes, 29 active eparchial and religious priests and 7,256 Catholics. It also has 16 women religious, 9 religious brothers and 3 permanent deacons.

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Coordinates: 52°07′N 106°39′W / 52.117°N 106.650°W / 52.117; -106.650