[Yorkton]: Nakladom avtora, 1952. [I. K.] (cover illustrator). Original pictorial wrappers. Fair. Item #213
Part 18/52. Duodecimo (12,3 x 17,1 cm). 93 pages; portraits. Text in Ukrainian. Wrappers soiled, worn and creased; library stamp mark to front wrapper; some pages are beginning to come loose from the binding.
A life story of the well-known Ukrainian stigmatic Stepan Navrotsky. From the church archive, we learn about those strange events in the history of Ukraine that took place in the mid-1940s. There was no person in Galicia who would not have heard about Navrotsky. The author of this book Mykhailo Sopuliak was a church and community activist, Ukrainian Catholic priest from Galicia.
Stepan Navrotsky (d. Apr. 1944) was a Ukrainian Catholic in Galicia. He was esteemed by the church. His Panikhida was concelebrated at St. Goerge Cathedral in Lviv by three hierarchs Mtr. Joseph Slipyi, Bsp. Nicetas, and Bsp. Nicholas Charnetsky, CSSR.
As of April 2020, OCLC shows three copies in University of Alberta, Library and Archives Canada, University of Illinois.