By Lance Goddard
Many have known as it crucial occasion of the 20 th century - and Canada performed a key function. while Canadian troops landed at Juno seashore, they confronted many of the fiercest competition of the assault, and but they controlled to boost extra inland than the entire different Allied forces. "D-Day: Juno seashore, Canada's 24 Hours of Destiny" chronicles that momentous day hour-by-hour, throughout the phrases of the lads themselves. With greater than three hundred illustrations, it is a brilliant remembrance of 1 of Canada's maximum army achievements.
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Since there are not yet any Ruthenian priests who were either born or even educated in the United States, the bishop of the Ruthenian rite, in consultation with the Apostolic Delegate and the local [Latin-rite] bishop, will make every effort to establish seminaries to educate Ruthenian priests in the United States as soon as possible. In the meantime, Ruthenian clergymen will be admitted to the Latin seminaries in the area where they were born or in which they are domiciled. But only those who are celibate at present and who shall remain so may be promoted to the sacred orders.
We have no doubt that they will receive these decisions taken on their behalf with gratitude and with perfect obedience. The present letter and its every statute and content is not to be censured, impugned, called into question, or subjected to scrutiny for any reason, whatsoever. . Dated at Rome, in Saint Peter’s, in the year of our Lord 1907, on the fourteenth day of June, the festal day of Saint Basil the Great, in the fourth year of our [Pius X] papacy. 33 34 Our People Actually, even before the appointment was made, Carpatho-Rusyn clergy and lay leaders wanted the nominee to be from Hungary, while the Ukrainophile priests and their supporters quite naturally wanted their own.
Then, in an attempt to quell further discontent arising from regional rivalries, Bishop Ortynsky appointed two Carpatho-Rusyns from Hungary, Father Alexander Dzubay as his vicar-general and Father Augustine Komporday as his chancellor. None of these acts, however, seemed to allay the fears of the Carpatho-Rusyns. Led by lay leaders from the Greek Catholic Union, they continued to argue that they form a distinct nationality. ”5 Furthermore, Galician Ukrainians were accused of putting “nationalistic aims” above religious concerns.