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Христос Воскрес! ВоiстинВоскрес!

Khrystos Voskresu! Voistyna Voskres!

Christ is Risen! Indeed He Has Risen!


Halushki and 2 variety of soup (Black Bean Salsa and Chicken Noodle) are for Sale after Saturdays 4pm Liturgy and 11am Sundays Liturgy. $8/quart. Stop by or call Barbara Catherman at ​


Divine Liturgy

We invite you to Worship with Us

Saturdays:  4pm in English

Sundays: 11am in Ukrainian / English

Holydays: Check the website

Confessions: Half hour before Liturgy

Presented & Moderated by

Andrij W. Chornodolsky

You are cordially invited to join us the second Sunday of each month on interesting topics of Ukraine. The presentation begins at 12:15PM. Admission is FREE. Sandwiches, desserts and drinks will be available. Donations will be accepted for medical needs of Ukrainian Wounded Soldiers. Please share and join us for a learning experience in good company.

God Bless our endeavor. 

September 10, 2023  Historical context of Ukrainian emigration to the United States pre-World War I and after World War II. Books introduced with brief overview: Myron Kuropas-Ukrainians in America, Alexander Lushnytsky, Ph.D- Ukrainians of Philadelphia and other examples. Open discussion about film and subject matter. Film- Baba Babee Skazala


October 8, 2023 Ukrainian musical Instruments legacy presentation in Dioramas by Luba and Andrij Chornodolsky. Film: Music of Survival-The Story of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus


November 12, 2023   Understanding the Holodomor-Ukraine’s famine-genocide 1932-1933. “Ninety years later another genocidal war in Ukraine. Genocide as defined by International Law” presentation by Andrij W. Chornodolsky Film: Bitter Harvest 


December 10, 2023   Presentation of Christmas Eve traditions in Ukraine and Christmas Carols Film: Christmas in Lviv by renowned popular singer Ruslana 


January 14, 2024  History of Ukrainian dance in America Surprise Guest Speaker -renowned dance choreographer to be announced. Film-”Folk-Finding our red dancing boots.” 


February 11, 2024   Discussion-History of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States. Guest Speaker to be announced. Book Review “Bishop Soter Ortynsky” by Rev. Iwan Kaszczak Film: Metropolitan Andrey by Oles Yancuk 


March 10, 2024   Discussion- The Orange Revolution as prelude to the Russia invasions of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk and the full-scale War against Ukraine, the time periods of 2014 till the present. Film: Freedom or Death by Damian Kolodiy 


April 14, 2024   Discussion -The role of media in either telling the truth or perpetration of lies-the case of Gareth Jones and Pulitzer Prize winner Duranty. Pictorial display Memorializing the Holodomor Film- Mr. Jones-The Truth Can’t Be Hidden Forever by Agnieszka Holland 


May 12, 2024  Presentation -Understanding Ukraine’s complex modern history and its relationship with its eastern and western neighbors. Focus on pre- and western neighbors. Focus on pre- and post-World War I. The contrast of the 20th and 21st centuries in terms of foes and friends. Film: Bereza Kartuzka by Yurij Luhovy 


June 9, 2024   Prefaced by a historic analysis of the history of Crimea and of the Crimean Tatar Nation and its role in the present Russo-Ukrainian War. Film: CHAJTAPMA Renowned classic film about the tragedy of the forced deportation of the Crimean Tatars exiled by Stalin in 1944 


July 13, 2024   Unanswered Questions about Ukrainian History and identity- a panel discussion-When did Rus become Ukraine? Film: Ukraine-The Birth of a Nation by Jerzy Hoffman 


August 10, 2024  Highly well reviewed and Film Festivals awarded historical overview of seventy years of Soviet terror Film: The Soviet Story by Edvins Snore

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Non perishable/canned foods, cereal, rice

Toiletries (soap, shampkoo, toothpaste,            baby/children's disposable diapers and            pull ups, baby wipes, hand wipes, First-Aid      and health care items.

Clothing and shoes (Only New)

There is a box in the vestibule of the church for your kind giving from your heart.


With the celebration of Easter - the Feast of Feasts - we began the 40-day Easter cycle. During this time, all the faithful should stand instead of kneeling during the Divine Liturgy. If you study the icon of the Resurrection of our Savior, you will notice that our Lord is RAISING Adam and Eve to their feet. They and we now stand in the glory of the Resurrected Savior. Kneeling, furthermore, is a sign of penance. Since all signs of penance are removed from the Liturgy during the Easter season, we should likewise refrain from kneeling. 



Today we celebrate the joyful feast of Easter. We remember the new life Jesus has won for us by His suffering, death, and resurrection. This is the great feast of the Church because by His resurrectiuon, Jesus assures us that we too will rise from the dead. By His death, He has conquered sin and death forever, and what we have to do is believe in Him. We acclaim Jesus as our Lord and Savior and so we are indeed, saved by Him. If we believe in Him and what He has done for us, our lives must constantly be changing to be more and more like His. By living lives of real faith, we show Jesus that we truly believe in Him. As we celebrate Easter year after year, we must also grow in our faith in God and our love for Him and for one another. Our faith enables us to love another just as He has loved us. On Easter Sunday, pray for those who struggle to believe. Many people live in doubt and fear. They are faced with uncertainty. They find it hard to believe. They search for God. Say a prayer for them, so that someday they will sing with us on Easter Sunday, knowing God's presence and love in their life. May this truly be a "holy" week for you and your family. Let us keep each other in our prayers!

Father Ihor & Family


We extend a warm invitation to you to join a meaningful experience at Saints Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church.

Whether you're a devout follower, curious seeker, or just looking for a serene place to reflect, our church offers a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. The rich traditions, beautiful liturgy, and sense of community have been a source of inspiration and comfort for many, including myself.

Here are some reasons why you might want to consider attending:

Spiritual Nourishment: Our church provides a space for deep reflection, prayer, and spiritual growth. The liturgy is both moving and contemplative, offering a chance to connect with your faith on a profound level.

Cultural Connection: Embracing Ukrainian Catholicism allows us to connect with our cultural heritage in a powerful way. The rituals, music, and customs provide a unique experience that resonates with our shared history.

Warm Community: You'll find a close-knit community of individuals who are supportive, compassionate, and eager to welcome newcomers. It's a wonderful opportunity to make meaningful connections and forge lasting friendships.

Education and Learning: Our church often hosts events, seminars, and study groups that delve into various aspects of faith and Ukrainian culture. These can be enlightening and enriching experiences for those interested in deepening their understanding.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or if you'd like me to accompany you for your first visit. I truly believe you'll find Saints Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church to be a source of comfort, inspiration, and community.


Our liturgy is held on Saturdays at 4:00pm in English and Sundays at 11:00am in Ukrainian (with choir).

Looking forward to sharing this experience with you!

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As you decorate your loved ones gravesites for Easter, take your decorations home with you. Please do not leave them at the back of the cemetery lot. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Thank you very much to Rita Lacey, Lisa Dries, Mary Zielinski, and Roma Weisner for their help with Pysansky Workshop. Many people came out to learn about our Ukrainian tradition of pysanky writing. The amount of $600 was raised to benefit our parish.


               PYSANKY WORKSHOP

28 individuals enjoyed learning and displaying their own Pysanky.

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2024 Parish Envelopes and Calendars can be found in the church hall. Please be sure to pick them up. EVER FAMILY is asked to fill out a NEW Registration Card, which can be found in your donation envelope box. 

Dear Parishioners! The only way that we can continue our ministry here at our church is with your generous financial help. Thank you for your generosity in the weekly collection. Know that we need your help and deeply appreciate the sacrifices you make!

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The Thrift Store is open every Saturday, weather permitted, from 11am to 3pm. Donations can be dropped off at the store or call Barbara Catherman at 610-710-1342 to schedule a time

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