Monday, October 6, 2008


On Sunday, October 5, seminarians from the city of Uzhorod in the Transcarpathian Region of Ukraine offered a concert of sacred and liturgical music at the auditorium of the Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel in Passaic, NJ. Some pictures of the event are below

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The concert in the cathedral auditorium was well attended.

Metropolitan Mykhayil, Archpriest Taras Lovska and seminarians.

The redecorated auditorium with its excellent acoustics was a good setting in which to hold a concert of sacred music.

The icon of St. Michael the Archangel, patron of the cathedral, on the iconostasis, erected by Bishop Stephen J. Kocisko in 1965.

The Metropolitan with Reader Jack Figel of Epiphany of Our Lord Church in Annandale, Virginia.

The seminarians were happy to pose with Vladyka Mykhayil and Fr. Lovska. Many were gathered around, outside of the camera's view.

The Metropolitan stands before the cathedral iconostasis which was fully completed in the 1980s.

Bishop William Skurla, Eparch of Passaic, shown here with Metropolitan Mykhayil, welcomed the seminarians and audience at the conclusion of the concert.

Protodeacon Roger Medina in front of the icon of Christ the Teacher on the cathedral iconostasis.

Vladyka Mykhayil inspects the many beautiful additions to the cathedral church that have been accomplished since his last visit.


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