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Anthony Hendricks, Shirley Skochylas, Morris Mazur, Don Tomchuk, and Fr. Michael Kwiatkowski cook up some burgers and hot dogs at the Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church's community barbecue. Church members invited community members from neighbouring St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church, the Kildonan Horizons apartment block, and other local residents to mark the first annual National Week for Life and the Family (May 12 to 19), an initiative of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Approximately 200 people attended.

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Anthony Hendricks, Shirley Skochylas, Morris Mazur, Don Tomchuk, and Fr. Michael Kwiatkowski cook up some burgers and hot dogs at the Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church's community barbecue. Church members invited community members from neighbouring St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church, the Kildonan Horizons apartment block, and other local residents to mark the first annual National Week for Life and the Family (May 12 to 19), an initiative of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Approximately 200 people attended. Photo Store

Anthony Hendricks, Shirley Skochylas, Morris Mazur, Don Tomchuk, and Fr. Michael Kwiatkowski cook up some burgers and hot dogs at the Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church’s community barbecue on May 15. Church members invited community members from neighbouring St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church, the Kildonan Horizons apartment block, and other local residents to mark the first annual National Week for Life and the Family (May 12 to 19), an initiative of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Approximately 200 people attended.

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