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Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 2016

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Thursday, May 26, 2016, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
Ukraine Pavilion 2016

May 27, 28, 29 2016

In past years our Ukraine Pavilion has won many awards including awards for best entertainment, food, ambience and last year took 2nd place for overall quality. Winner “Best Overall Quality 2005, 2006” Including: Best Entertainment: Best Cultural Ambiance and Décor; Best History & Geography. Our Ukraine pavilion annually attracts thousands of people from all over the GTA!

ENTERTAINMENT
As you pass through the doors, you will be engulfed by ...


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Карассаґа -Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion May 23, 24 & 25th

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Friday, May 23, 2014, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
Carassauga - Mississauga’s annual festival of cultures, is like a trip around the world in three days! year’s event starts THIS WEEK  May 23, 24 & 25th. Carassauga “Ukraine” pavilion, situated in our parish hall, opens it’s doors again this year. Come out to the shows featuring the young talents of our parish. Be entertained by “Zorepad” musical ensemble, and then every hour see more outstanding performances from our very own “Barvinok” dancers, vocal groups, soloists and mo...
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Carassauga May 24, 25 & 26, 2013

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
Carassauga - is the annual festival of cultures, this year held May 24, 25 & 26th. It’s like a trip around the world in one weekend.  In past years our Ukraine Pavilion has won many awards including awards for best entertainment, food, ambience and last year took 2nd place for overall quality. Our Ukraine pavilion annually attracts thousands of people from all over the GTA!
$10 ADVANCE PASSPORTS ARE AVAILABLE FROM OUR PARISH OFFICE DURING OFFICE HOURS. You could win an Air Canada Vacation!
Th...
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May 25, 26, 27 - Carassauga - Ukraine Pavilion

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Tuesday, May 22, 2012, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 

Carassauga - Ukraine Pavilion

May 25, 26, 27

Mississauga, Ontario

Карассаґа - це річний фестиваль культури міста Миссисаґа, де можна провізійно об’їхати навколо світу за пару днів.

Ukraine Pavilion - winner “Best Overall Quality 2005, 2006” and many other awards including: Best Entertainment: Best Cultural Ambiance and Décor; Best History & Geography an...


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Excellent opportunity for students to earn volunteer hours

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Tuesday, April 24, 2012, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
Carassauga - Mississauga’s annual festival of cultures, is like a trip around the world in three days! This year the festival will be held May 25, 26 & 27th.
We need volunteers. We need help in the kitchen, admissions, security for our exhibits, entrances and parking, hall decor and set-up, bar servers and table cleaning. If you have questions or would like to help out Please contact Dorota at 416-996-7837.

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Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion - павільйон “Україна”

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Tuesday, April 24, 2012, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
Carassauga - Mississauga’s annual festival of cultures, is like a trip around the world in three days! This year the festival will be held May 25, 26 & 27th.
The next meeting of the “Ukraine” pavilion committee will take place Wednesday April 25th at 7:15 in room 1.
Please - join our team! Help raise money for our church.
We need volunteers. We need help in the kitchen, admissions, security for our exhibits, entrances and parking, hall decor and set-up, bar servers and table cleaning. Th...
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Carassauga 2012 - Ukraine Pavilion

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Sunday, February 5, 2012, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
The Ukraine Pavilion committee has started to work on Carassauga 2012. Once again this year our committee is being headed up by Dorota Czupiel - Chairperson and Co-Chairs Marianna Yasynovska & Andriana Pankiw. We would like to thank them in advance for taking on this huge responsibility and dedicating their time to prepare and organize this amazing event.
The first meeting for Carassauga 2012 will take place on Wednesday, Feb.22 at 7:15 in room 1. We would like to invite all the previous volu...
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Thank you from Carassauga’s Ukraine Pavilion

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Sunday, June 26, 2011, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
We wish to sincerely thank our Pastor Rt. Rev. Roman Pankiw and our clergy for their support and help, Fedir Danylak and Barvinok, our volunteers, our seniors, members of our parish organizations, performers and all parishioners, who worked together as one family, for the interests of our Ukrainian heritage, and our church. We had many visitors to our pavilion who were suitably impressed with our presentation of our culture and traditions. Once again a big thank you to all who took part.

Doro...
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Carassauga June 3, 4 & 5th

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Monday, May 2, 2011, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
Carassauga - Mississauga’s annual festival of cultures, is like a trip around the world in three days! This year the festival will be held June 3, 4 & 5th.
Please support our Ukraine Pavilion by purchasing advance passports for $10 from our parish office, neighbouring Euro-Deli, Flower Fantasy or the Ukrainian Credit Union.
In order for us to appropriately represent our culture and heritage at the Carassauga festival, we need the financial support of sponsors. Please contact Dorota at 416-99...
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Planning Ukraine Pavilion 2011

Posted by Daniel Petryga on Thursday, November 25, 2010, In : Carassauga Ukraine Pavilion 
The Ukraine pavilion comittee has started work on Carassauga  2011. This year our committee is being headed up by Mrs. Dorota Czupiel - chairperson, Stefan Pankiw - vice-chair and Marianna Yasynovska. Anyone interested in helping out on the planning committee please contact our parish office at 905-279-9387. We thank you in advance and may God Bless!

Комітет павільйону “Україна” уже почав свою працю на Карассаґа 2011 року. Цьо...
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Bishops lead protesters in prayer after night of police action in Kiev


Euro-maidan ROME (CNS) -- In the deep of the freezing night, security forces moved into Ukraine's Independence Square intent on dislodging protesters who had spent weeks talking, singing and praying for their country. Members of the permanent synod of the Ukrainian Catholic Church went to the square at 8 a.m. Dec. 11 to lead morning prayer, and -- at about 10:30 a.m. -- fear of a violent crackdown gave way to cheers as the police withdrew. "This is tactical," said Ukrainian Bishop Borys Gudziak. "It's light outside now and evil likes darkness." In a statement issued before dawn Dec. 11, when the police were still trying to clear out the demonstrators and bulldoze their tents and barricades, members of the synod issued a statement saying, "We are profoundly disturbed by the actions of the state security forces on the Maydan (Independence) Square in the heart of Kiev conducted under the cover of the night." "We condemn the action directed toward restricting civil liberties, especially the freedom of expression and peaceful civic manifestation of the citizens of Ukraine," the bishops said in a statement released in English. "We declare our support and solidarity with all those on the Maydan Square who are standing with dignity and witnessing to the dignity of their fellow citizens and of the whole nation." The bishops also expressed their prayers to God "for peace, justice and the triumph of truth for our people." The general assembly of the students of the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv issued a call Dec. 11 for all university students to consider acts of civil disobedience against the government of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich. "Last night in Kiev, human blood was spilled again" as police "attacked peaceful demonstrators," the students said; Dec. 10 is celebrated as World Human Rights Day, but in Ukraine, they said, it turned into "the day of cruelty against peaceful people." When Bishop Gudziak addressed the crowds in Independence Square Dec. 8, he focused on the youth and told them they could change the country. The U.S.-born bishop and former rector of the Ukrainian Catholic University currently serves as the bishop for Ukrainian Catholics in France and was in Kiev for the synod meeting. Bishop Gudziak was not the only prelate at the large Dec. 8 demonstration. Retired Cardinal Lubomyr Husar, the 80-year-old former head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, spoke from the main stage early in the morning. The protest area includes a tent chapel where liturgy is celebrated, Bishop Gudziak said, and Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant clergy have been assisting the demonstrators. "It's very much a spiritual movement, a movement of hearts and values," Bishop Gudziak told Catholic News Service Dec. 9. Speaking by telephone from Kiev, he said the protesters want "a country where corruption doesn't reign, where a mother doesn't have to pay a bribe to get a doctor for her child, where students don't have to pay bribes to get into university." Corrupt politicians, he said, are getting rich, while the population gets poorer and more people try to emigrate in search of work. The protests began in late November when President Yanukovich announced the end of a process to bring Ukraine closer economically and legally to the European Union. The students had seen the move toward Europe as a sign of "hope that things would change, that the rule of law would be instituted," Bishop Gudziak said. "The reneging on the promises he had been making for two years was an incredible betrayal," the bishop said. The demonstrations grew in strength after a police crackdown Nov. 30 left dozens of people injured. "The wanton violence -- with no apologies, no one fired or even suspended, no sanctions" -- made Ukrainians believe they had to act, Bishop Gudziak said. The police action "gave new life to a protest movement that was fizzling." As the bishop spoke, he said police were beginning to circle the area around the demonstrations, leading to fears of a new violent crackdown. The BBC reported early Dec. 10 that police were dismantling barricades raised by the protesters near government buildings. The opposition Fatherland Party claimed security forces had entered its offices and seized computer equipment, shutting down the party's website. Many of the protesters believed Yanukovich withdrew from the European Union association agreement in preparation for a new trade agreement with Russia. In reaction, some protesters toppled a statue of Vladimir Lenin in central Kiev. At the Dec. 8 rally, Bishop Gudziak read the story of the healing of Jairus' daughter from Luke 8. The passage, he said, "tells of people who were suspicious, cynical or afraid" and Jesus tells them, "Don't be afraid, she will rise again." The bishop encouraged the protesters to continue their peaceful demonstration: "I told them the whole world is watching you with admiration: your smiles, your dedication, your fortitude in the cold, your determination, your songs." He said he told them that with peaceful protests, Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. were able to change entire continents, and "you can change the country."

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