Item 2008.024.c059 - Dzurman, B. (Reverent)

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Dzurman, B. (Reverent)

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CA BMUFA 0021-C-D-2008.024.c059

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  • 16 Aug. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born on January 17, 1913 in Toronto; his parents came in 1908 from Halychyna; had a brother and 3 sisters; attended Ukrainian classes; after High School decided to be a priest, got a degree in University of Eastern Ontario; he did not know Ukrainian when he went to school; Ukrainian National Federation; Ukrainian Communists, Labor Temple; Dr. Riadkevych(??); Fr. Hryhoriichuk (??); Fr. Coldson (??); Fr. Kryvuts’kyi; Fr. Hryhoriichuk (???) established ???????? students in Toronto; Dzutman on becoming a priest; his parents had personal experience with discrimination; Orthodox church in Toronto; Bishop Kib (??) of London; Fr. Mavryk (???) was a long time secretary to Bishop Ladyka (??); an Eastern Right Day in the seminary; Fr. Labar (??); Ukrainian National Federation and its choir; Mrs. Hlushko (??); the Semchyshyns (??); description of the Ukrainian community of London before the war; working to Portage-La-Prairie; Prosvita in Portage-La-Prairie; CUC; korovai in Ukrainian weddings.

Part 2: Coming to Toronto; services in French Catholic church; 3 parishes in Toronto; Ukrainian carols on the Trans-Canada Ukrainian radio program; Belshinskyi (??) - President for Eastern Canada; Mr. Loratskyi (??) took over the choir; Dr. Kapusta (??); Sudbury after WWII; children summer camp run by the nuns; after Sudbury went to the missionary assistants; then moved to Sault Ste. Catherine (??) - a small parish; then a parish in Hamilton; then to Windsor for 12 years; accommodating to mixed marriages; difference between pre-war and after-war parishes; local Ukrainian Communists; the future of Ukrainian parishes.

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