Welcome to the website of the Yorkton Redemptorists!
The Yorkton Redemptorists are an Eastern Church branch of the world wide Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer. We serve the Ukrainian Catholic Church in North America and are based in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada. Our ministry includes a long history in parishes, preaching retreats and missions, youth and young adults and unique ministries like The Welcome Home and the Shrine to Blessed Martyr and Bishop Vasyl Velychkovsky. You are invited to get to know us by exploring the many features of our website.
Larry Kondra, C.Ss.R. Provincial
Inner-City Ministry Coordinator Position Seeking an individual interested in a leadership position for The Welcome Home – A Mission of St. Alphonsus an inner city ministry in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Founded by the Ukrainian Redemptorists over 20 years ago, the Welcome Home is a faith based community that responds to the
Looking for a unique ministry with big blessings & challenges? The Redemptorists serving the Ukrainian Catholic Church invite applications for the following employment opportunity in Winnipeg, Manitoba: Redemptorist Youth/Young Adult Ministry (RYM) Coordinator Duties & Responsibilities: The goal of RYM is to nurture the Redemptorist charism and the sense of
Consider joining us at the Welcome Home – A Mission of St. Alphonsus an inner city ministry in Winnipeg, where we work together to always be inclusive of those who can be over-looked – the poor and the most abandoned. Founded by the Redemptorists over 20 years ago, the
FATHER BORIS WALDIMIR KYBA, C.Ss.R. Father Boris Kyba, CSsR, fell asleep in the Lord on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at St. Joseph’s Home in Saskatoon in the presence of his family, fellow priests and Sisters of St. Joseph. Fr. Boris Kyba, C.Ss.R. was born on July 14, 1941 in Yorkton
The Stained Glass Icon of the Nativity that is above the entrance of our church was recently featured in an article that was published in the Catholic Register December 19, the official publication of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto. the title of the article is Nativity puts Byzantine art