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St. Michael's Byzantine Catholic Church

 
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Mission and Vision Statement

To be led by Love-to be followed by Hope!

As a community of faith, we embrace: the sound teaching revealed to us in Sacred Scripture, as interpreted by the Magisterium of the Church. 
The Life of faith handed down to us by the Tradition of the Eastern Church, expressed in worship through Liturgy, Sacraments, discipline of Godly life and Prayer. 
The responsibility to promote the Kingdom of God, by earthly means through: stewardship, service, self-sacrifice and stability. 
The Engagement in acts of Divine love , which are best experienced through; community, fellowship, mutual support and hospitality.
The promotion of Mission, on account of our hope in the Lord's resurrection to our neighbor, recognized in the, poor, disenfranchised, civic community, present culture and the Church. 
All of by which being attentive to His voice, leads us in love to : The Heavenly Kingdom, the Eternal Banquet and the very presence of God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. 
For the doorkeeper opens-the sheep hear His voice. And He calls them by name. And He lead them. And they follow. John 10:3

 

About

St. Michaels Byzantine Catholic Church is open to worshipers of all ages and backgrounds. We lead our congregation in worship, deepening the connection to God, understanding the teachings of Christ, and ultimately to a vibrant faith.


Through the dedication of our leadership, staff members and volunteers, we are committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ, and are here to spread His message. Contact us today to find out more about becoming part of the St. Michaels Byzantine Catholic Church community.

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Liturgy Schedule

Worship With Us

 

Twenty First Sunday After Pentecost - Tone 4

2021

  • Saturday, October 16th      

4:00 p.m. Reader’s Vespers

5:00 p.m. Divine Liturgy 

      +James Silvestri

      By Connie Beatty


  • Sunday, October 17th

8:00 a.m. Matins

9:30 a.m. Divine Liturgy

              + Eilas Sejko

              By the Family

  • Monday, October18th 

8:00 a.m. Apostle Luke - Divine Liturgy

        + Roberta Papinchak

        By Mary Coles

  • Wednesday, October 20th 

8:00 a.m. Great Martyr Artemis - Divine Liturgy

        + By Minnie Suska

        By Frank Suska 

  • Friday, October 22nd

8:00 a.m. Abericus, Bishop - Divine Liturgy

      +Joseph Raptosh

      By Mary Anne Meredith 

  • BIBLE STUDY: Sunday Morning Following the Divine Liturgy.

  • CONFESSIONS: Saturday Evening after the Divine Liturgy. 

Twenty Second Sunday After Pentecoet - Tone 5

2021

  • Saturday, October 23rd 

4:00 p.m.  Reader's Vespers

5:00 p.m. Divine Liturgy 

        + Betty Uchal

         By the Family 

  • Sunday, October 24th

8:00 a.m.  Matins

9:30 a.m.  Divine Liturgy

        +Anna Huha

         By Mary Ruozzi

  • BIBLE STUDY: Sunday Morning Following the Divine Liturgy.

  • CONFESSIONS: Saturday Evening after the Divine Liturgy. 

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News and Events

Votive Candle Price Increase

Inflation strikes our material pricing!

INFLATION AND VOTIVE CANDLES

Inflation respects no persons or commerce and has hit the Church goods and candle industry. Because of the price increase realized in our most recent votive candle invoice, St. Michael’s is forced to increase the 5-day votive candle donation:

 From $3.00 to $5.00

Nut Rolls 

The fall season currently in progress!

The very popular Nut Roll season has begun again this fall. For any inquiries or to lend a helping hand please contact Judy Shuba.  Nut Rolls will be made this upcoming Monday October 18th.  Thank you for your hard work!!

Bible Study Resumes !!

Sundays after the Divine Liturgy

Ongoing Bible Study continues following the Sunday morning Liturgy.  This Sunday we continue in the book of Joshua at Chapter 2 - the Biblical account narrating the beginnings of the conquest of the Promised Land.  In Chapter 2 we will be focusing on the two trusted "spies" of Ancient Israel: Caleb and Phineas and a great ancestor of our Lord: Rahab, considered to be as one of the four most beautiful women of Ancient Israel and a convert to 'the God of heaven above and earth beneath.'  Joshua 2:11.

Tuesday Evening Guided Study 

Tuesday, October 19th @ 7:00pm

The fall series  on the Psalms of David Part II continues this Tuesday evening October 19th.  Please come prepared by acquainting yourselves with Book IV of the Psalms of David, psalms 90-106.   Read and Pray these 17 Psalms.  As like last week we will not have the luxury to read these Psalms in their entirety.  However, we will be given the key from the literature of Ancient Israel to unlock the first 11 Psalms and individual keys from the literature of Ancient Israel to unlock the remainder of the Psalms.

 

Contact Us

166 E College St, Canonsburg, PA 15317

724-745-7117

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