The 68th Senior and 29th Junior ACRY Convention took place from August 31 - September 3, 2012 in Johnstown, PA.
Photos Courtesy of Nicholas Bocher
Many availed themselves of the opportunity to receive the Holy Mystery of Confession prior to Divine Liturgy
Fr. John Brancho performs the Great Censing.
Subdeacon Vaporis reads the Epistle.
Junior and Senior ACRY Officers hold candles during the Gospel Reading.
Protopresbyter John Fedornock Reads the Gospel.
Fr. Peter Paproski Offered the Homily.
May the Lord God Remember ALL You Orthodox Christians in His Kingdom.
Jonah leds the singing of the Creed.
"Receive the Body of Christ"
The faithful were annointed with oil from the myrrh gushing icon of the Mother of God.
NIck Dzubak spends a moment in prayer at the memorial shrine to His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas
Pani Constance Miloro at the buffet line.
2011-2012 Junior and Senior ACRY Officers.
2013-2014 National Senior and Junior Officers
The newly elected Junior and Senior ACRY officers take the oath of office.
Exhortation to the Immediate Past President.
Fr. Frank Miloro offers the Invocation.
Christopher Miloro served as the toastmaster
Donna Yarina, chairman of the ACRY Convention offered greetings on behalf of the host chapter.
Outgoing Senior ACRY President expresses his gratitude to the officers and members of the ACRY.
Tim Paproski, National Junior ACRY President offered his remarks.
Mr. George Sukal of Homestead, Pa at Age 98 is the oldest living ACRY Member. He was present at the First ACRY convention which took place in 1939 in Johnstown, PA.
A highlight of the banquet was the viewing of a DVD highlighting the activities of the ACRY over the years. It was compiled by Pani Constance Miloro.
Bob Perevuzniak, the Scholarship Chairman congratulates Seminarian Matthew Dutko upon receiving a scholarship.
Rachel Pribish awarded the Pani Jeanette Moriak Memorial Scholarship.
Outgoing and incoming Mr. and Miss Junior ACRY
Very Rev. Miles P. Zdinak, National Junior ACRY spiritual adviser offered the Keynote address.
The ACRY March and Circle of Unity.
Too much dancing for little Anna!