On November 20th, the Sisters Servants in Toronto gathered at the Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Holy Protection of the Mother of God, “Покров” in Toronto, Ontario for 9:00am Divine Liturgy followed by Moleben to Blessed Josaphata.  The banner of Blessed Josaphata was set up by the side altar, along with prayer intentions offered through the intercession of Blessed Josaphata.  At the beginning of the Divine Liturgy, pastor Father Bohdan Choly welcomed all present, especially the Sisters and Blessed Josaphata, present through her first-class reliquary icon.  He came down from the sanctuary to the tetrapod where he received the reliquary icon of Blessed Josaphata, presented to him by Sister Janet Kozak and Sister Victoria Hunchak.  He then placed the icon on the tetrapod.  The Sisters sang a hymn to Blessed Josaphata at the beginning of the Divine Liturgy.  Sister Oresta Svorak sang the epistle and Sister Christine Dudych led the responses to the services beautifully and reverently.  Father Bohdan in his homily, expanded on the virtues of Blessed Josaphata and the need for a miracle for her canonization.  He also mentioned that this present icon is only temporary.  He has requested a 1st Class relic of Blessed Josaphata from the Sisters in Rome; when it arrives he hopes that it would officially be installed by Bishop Bryan Bayda.  After the Divine Liturgy, Sister Christina Syrotynsky, Provincial Superior, reverently carried the icon to the side altar.  Father then led the Moleben to Blessed Josaphata.  His special intention for that day was to pray for those who have and or have had cancer, for prayers during their illnesses and in their recovery.  Мore hymns to Blessed Josaphata were sung as the faithful came forward to venerate the relics.  Sister Nadia Tkaczuk handed out new prayer cards of the Blessed Josaphata Chaplet, printed especially for the 20th Anniversary of the Beatification of Blessed Josaphata. A group picture was taken, one in masks with Father and the second without masks.  The Sisters came home full of joy and hope, feeling uplifted at the power and presence of Blessed Josaphata, in the house of the Lord.  The Sisters left the icon and banner in Church for the faithful to continue veneration on that day and also for the next 4 Liturgies on Sunday.  Approximately 35 people attended, and among them were Tanya Choly, Father’s wife and their son Ostap, who who assisted in the services.