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Palm Sunday – Holy Week

While no public services are permitted in our church at this time as directed by our Bishops, Fr. Paul continues to offer liturgies for the intention of all the parishioners.  These services are attended by the cantor only and recordings, when possible, are shared here.

Liturgy Recordings

We again ask that you stay safe and stay well and continue to pray for one another and for a speedy end to this public health crisis.

During Holy Week remember and take comfort in the words of Psalm 120 – The Lord Our Guardian.  It is prayed during the Presanctified Liturgies in Our Churches during Lent.

I lifted up my eyes to the hills
whence help shall come to me;
My help shall come from the Lord
Who made heaven and earth.

He will not suffer your foot to stumble,
He who is your guardian will not fall asleep.
Behold, He will neither sleep nor slumber,
the Watcher over Israel.

The Lord will keep watch over you,
the Lord is your shelter at your right hand.
The sun shall not harm you by day,
nor shall the moon by night.

The Lord shall preserve you from every evil,
the Lord shall preserve your soul;
The Lord shall preserve your coming and your going
henceforth and forevermore.

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Annunciation of the Mother of God

Marion Hymn Video

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For immediate release: from the office of our Auxiliary Bishop

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Know that I will be holding all of you close in my prayers.  May the God of Creation, who conquered death by the death and resurrection of His Own Son, keep us close to His Heart during these precarious times, and may His Hand send away the virus far from us.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Fr. Paul Wolensky, Pastor

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No Public Services in Our Church

In accordance with the Memorandum of the bishops of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States of America regarding the COVID-19 pandemic,

THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC SERVICE in our church through the next two weeks.

As more information becomes available on the resumption of services we will make it available.

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Memorandum of the bishops of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States of America regarding the COVID-19 pandemic

No. 229/2020 O

Memorandum of the bishops of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States of America regarding the COVID-19 pandemic

 “Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.” (Mt. 25, 40)

Dear clergy, religious, and faithful!

Responding to the outbreak of the global pandemic virus COVID-19, which has been spreading with lightning speed across the globe, we, bishops of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States, united in solidarity, wish to address you with assurances of our joint prayers and efforts. Bound together in our care for the spiritual and physical health of our faithful, we would like to inform you about certain norms and practices intended to confirm us in faith and truth, safeguarding all members of our communities, especially the most vulnerable, and preventing the spread of disease.

Keeping in mind the fragility of human life and acknowledging with humility the limits of human reason and resources, we are called to do all that is possible to help the national government, local authorities, and medical personnel to fight the spread of the virus.

Medical workers and scientists are unanimous in warning that this fight will be protracted, one that will require the solidarity of all people across the globe.  The speed of transportation and the globalization of today’s world facilitate the spread of the virus. But the quality of our interpersonal relations and our solidarity—and it is Christ who grants these gifts—are able to slow down the contagion that takes more and more lives every day. The experience of the countries that squarely faced the consequences of the virus and acted quickly and decisively shows that it is possible.

“Love your neighbor!” These times call us to faith in God, trust in each other, focused efforts, solidarity and coordinated actions. Love, we know, entails closeness, even intimacy. In today’s circumstances, however, a certain distance may be the proper expression of interpersonal love and civic responsibility. Thus, the Ukrainian Catholic Church supports governmental regulations and public health measures connected with the pandemic. We ask you, our dear faithful, to follow the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and take care of your personal safety and hygiene as well as of those around you.

Christ is in our midst! Unfortunately, the necessary public health norms on social distancing, including restrictions on public meetings, make it impossible for the Church to carry on our usual rhythms. At the same time, despite the difficult situation, the Church does not stop Her activity and service. We are called to be creative in living our communion. We Christians continue to bear witness to the presence of God in the created world, to His action in the life of all people, to His love for every person. It is the hour to show our love and care for the elderly in our communities, who today are most at risk and for all who experience social isolation.

These times of trial are a unique opportunity to manifest our love for God and neighbor. Today, when we are limited in public liturgical practices, our life in Christ will be measured by the authentic quality of our personal relationship with God and neighbor: in private and family prayer and in works of charity. In the midst of today’s pandemic caring for one’s neighbor calls for clear and immediate expression.

The experience of our underground Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (1945–1989) is a source of inspiration and faith for us. In recent memory having been deprived of all of its church buildings and all other infrastructure, the Greek Catholic Church in Ukraine and elsewhere in the communist world was led by God to find creative ways to foster the spiritual life of its members for two generations. Through excruciating suffering and great losses, our Church was forged, cleansed, and prepared for a new life in a new millennium. Now is the time to prayerfully reflect upon this salvation history. The Lord will guide us again in fortitude and flexibility to praise Him and foster communion and solidarity among us.


Public Services

  1. All weekday and Sunday services will be celebrated temporarily without the participation of the assembly of the faithful. Our clergy will continue to celebrate and pray for you and with you vicariously. We will celebrate the Divine Liturgies and other services in behalf of and for all of you, especially for the sick and the healthcare providers. We will beseech the Lord for wise and prudent decisions on the part of government and medical authorities. We will pray for the eternal repose of the deceased. We are obligating our priests to be steadfast in prayer for their flock. Be as Moses, who raised his hands in prayer so that whole people of God could prevail over the enemy (cf. Ex 17, 11-12).
  2. Our churches will remain open for private prayer at designated times. We ask the pastors to guarantee the safety and frequent disinfection of our churches.
  3. We renew and confirm the dispensation from the obligation to participate in Sunday services. At the same time, we ask you to pray as a Domestic Church (as a family or household unit) on Sundays and on Holy Days. We suggest making use of the ZhyveTV and internet resources of your eparchy or parish. Read prayerfully the Holy Scriptures, reflect upon the source and meaning of your life, on God’s love and salvific action on our behalf.
  4. We encourage you to make best use of the quarantine time, which coincides with Great Lent, for personal prayer, reading the Word of God, and building a more profound relationship with Our Lord, our neighbors and in our families.
  5. We ask that all the Lenten practices e.g., missions and spiritual exercises be held with the aid of the internet and other means of social communication.

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Ukrainian Greek Catholic Services On-Line

Click on the link below for information regarding services on-line.

Archeparchy livestream liturgy from the catherdral

Downloading the PDF will also list other services available for viewing on-line.


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Make your reservation…

Piggie Dinner Flyer

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February 5, 2020 · 4:01 pm

Come and Sing-Along…

Sing-Along Flyer

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December 13, 2019 · 3:36 pm

Our Archbishop to appear on EWTN

EWTN Gudziak October 2019

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October 26, 2019 · 9:42 pm


2019 Turkey


October 26, 2019 · 6:44 pm