​​​​Celebrating  102 Beautiful Years    

and a  Vibrant Future

1915 -2017

​​Celebrating  102 Beautiful Years    

and a  Vibrant Future

1915 -2017

Ukrainian Catholic Church


Ukrainian Catholic Church

Ukrainian Catholic Church

Holy Ghost

Holy Ghost

Holy Ghost

~ Thinking ~

More symbolic;

more paradoxical;

both - and;

prefer poertic synthesis to

philosophical analysis.


St. ANDREW

Social justice issues flow from the communion of the Trinity. 

The Trinitarian community of love 

is a model for us.

BYZANTINE RITE TODAY

The use of dramatic music and actions tries to lift people up to experience a 'taste of Heaven'. 

Emphasis: This is what God has in store for us in Heaven, so go and live this our in the world right now.

There is a more relaxed felling, very down to earth, using a lot of contemporary music. Liturgy has the ell of a shared celebration.

Emphasis: God is here with us, so go and live this our in the world.

​~ The Divine Liturgy ~

ROMAN RITE TODAY

More linear;

either - or;

often prefer juridical,

philosophical clarity

to poetic synthesis


ST. PETER

Social justice issues flow from Christ's humanity.

We act toward one another as Jesus of Nazareth did.


Different - Yet The Same

Two Traditions, But One Catholic Church

HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CHURCH YOU WOULD LIKE ANSWERED?

Father Sal would be happy to answer them.

WHO IS OUR PASTOR?

Fr. Vsevolod Shevchuk (Fr. Sal) is the parish administrator.  He speaks English, Ukrainian and Russian.  Father Sal is here to lead and help us all.

WHEN IS THERE FELLOWSHIP?

After Sunday Divine Liturgy (Mass), we gather for refreshments and community fellowship. Also on holidays, we will have special dinners.

DO I HAVE TO SPEAK UKRAINIAN?

No. The service, the Divine Liturgy, is in English.

DO I HAVE TO BE UKRAINIAN TO ATTEND?

No. Not any more than you have to be Roman to attend a Roman Catholic Church.

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