Item 2008.024.c103 - Karasevich, Marie

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Karasevich, Marie

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CA BMUFA 0021-K-2008.024.c103

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  • 7 Oct. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Nee - Skubynski (??). Born in 1914; father was an Orthodox from Bukovyna (came to Canada in 1907) and mother a Catholic from Halychyna (came in 1908); parents married in 1910; no religious quarrels in the family; Ukrainian communion; Fr. Buchyns’kyi (??); attitudes of other ethnic groups towards Ukrainians; Prosvita; social activities in Ukrainian community (picnics, plays, social dances, choir, church concerts); Prosvita - Catholic children then. Karasevich became strong Orthodox after her marriage. Bishop Khimii (??) - her relative and a secretary to the Pope (??); her husband voluntarily went to the war; WWII events; her husband Ivan Karasevich came to Winnipeg in 1921 to study at the University of Manitoba, and stayed at Skubynski’s house (Ivan’a father had a farm in Sich, Manitoba); they married in 1935; Vasyl Svystun was running a Bursa in Winnipeg; student group “Prometei”; SUMC; Hetmantsi; Karasevich a member of SUMC.

Part 2: Svystun as a person; a scandal over transmitting Sluzhba Bozha over a radio; UNO helping during the WWII; Fr. Kushnir was a friend of her mother; CUC engaging the most of educated Ukrainians; Semen Savchuk (??); Myroslav Stechyshyn (??); Ivan Karasevich went overseas in 1941, to England, and returned in 1944; Ukrainian Veterans’ Organization; Marie gave $500 for founding a Ukrainian Legion (??); Panchuk and DPs; Vasylyshyn; DPs coming to Canada; Dr. Mandryka was pushed out from the organization; some DPs not appreciating other Ukrainians in Canada; Marie did not want certain things on tape: about her father-in-law, Bishop Khmii’s brother, and Svystun.

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