Another Greek Catholic Byzantine parish was subsequently created in Toronto in 1996, the parish of Saint John Chrysostom, thanks to the Father Bohdan Lukie, which has encouraged fraternally its formation in his parish church and in his rectory of Holy Eucharist. Thus, the Romanian Greek Catholic Byzantines and the faithful members of the Anglophone community of faith, had their first church in Toronto and the second in Canada, grace to bishop Kir Isidore, to Bishop Kir Vasile Hossu and to the Ukrainian Catholic faithful brothers.
Then, a third Greek Catholic Byzantine parish was erected by bishop Kir Isidore in Ottawa (1996), who worshipped in the Ukrainian Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist. Thus, the Romanian Greek Catholic Byzantine faithful and the Anglophone and Francophone members of this community of faith, had their first church in Ottawa and the third in Canada, grace to bishop Kir Isidore, to bishop Kir Vasile Hossu and to the Ukrainian Catholic brothers in faith.
In the context of the same development, bishop Kir Isidore also encouraged a stavropigial missionary activity of the Very Reverend Radu Roscanu, creating in His Eparchial Curia a Vicariate for Romanian Byzantines, and giving the appointment in 1996 to the Very Reverend Roscanu Radu, as Episcopal Vicar for Romanian Greek Catholic Byzantines (Those who refuse Latinization and advocate the preservation of the Orthodox tradition), and as Syncellos for Ecumenism of the Eparch.
The Very Reverend Radu Roscanu has conducted 24 missions up to date in front to support the Mother Church of Romania, giving there an aid in the form of medicines, medical instruments, cars, computers, printers, offset printing machine, liturgical objects and vestments, religious literature, printed books of faith, and so on. The largest contribution was the support for the construction of the Church of the Theotokos in Oradea (Architectural and engineering plans and draughts were donated, and 50,000 dollars were donated in 1992-93, for this purpose).
His analysis and findings on the situation of the Mother Church, he shared with Mgr. Barlea Octavian from Munich (Germany), with Bishop Kir Emil Riti from Cluj (Romania), and with Bishop Kir Vasile Hossu titular Bishop of Oradea (Romania), when they were alive.