Saints Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church
Ambridge, PA

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Rev. Michael Polosky, Pastor
Deacon Mark Prokopovich
Rev. Walter Wysochansky

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Saturday Vigil Divine Liturgy
English 6 pm

Sunday Divine Liturgies
Church Slavonic 8 am
English 11 am

Confession
Saturday 4:45 pm

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404 6th Street
Ambridge, PA 15003

(724) 266-2262
sspandpchurch@gmail.com

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A reminder that all are invited to attend Divine Liturgy on Friday, August 5th, at 6 p.m. in vigil for the Feast of the Transfiguration (on August 6th).  By tradition we will bless fruit after Liturgy.  Fruit will be distributed - also, please feel free to bring fruit from home to be blessed.
 
Tomorrow, July 15th, in our Ukrainian Catholic Rite is the Feast of St. Vladimir, Prince of Kiev. St. Vladimir in 988 was the baptizer of the Ukrainian people.  He is, of course, the Patron saint of Ukraine.  Tomorrow in Ambridge, we will have Liturgy at 10 A.M. 

Because of the situation in Ukraine, tomorrow will be a wonderful day to come to Liturgy and ask St. Vladimir to intercede to God on behalf of the Ukrainian nation.  St. Vladimir is also known as St. Volodomyr, and in English, Walter.  Tomorrow we will pray for all the Walters of our parish including Father Walter.

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Sunday, June 5th, is PENTECOST SUNDAY (Green Sunday). In our Byzantine Rite, it is customary to wear green on this holy day.  The 11:00 Sunday Liturgy will be celebrated at the cemetery.  After Liturgy, there will be Panachyda by the cross, followed by the blessing of graves.  All parishioners and visitors are invited and encouraged to attend.


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PRAYERS ARE NEEDED: Our parishioner, Mariya Sheremeta, has flown to Poland to rescue her mother who lives alone right across the border in Ukraine.  Mariya is attempting to bring her mother back to Ambridge and is asking for prayers of all parishioners. She wrote saying that the situation there is far worse than what we see on television. When we get more information, I will share it with you.   Thank you, Fr. Mike