Parishes of the Archeparchy pray for peace


Thursday, February 24, 2022

St. Michaels, Bishop Andriy Rabiy (Jenkintown, PA)

  • Divine Liturgy at 8 pm

St. Nicholas, Father Mark Fesniak (Minersville, PA)

  • Rosary Recitation before all liturgies (daily and weekend)
  • Open for private prayer
  • St. Nicholas School students begin each day with a prayer for Ukraine.

Ss. Peter and Paul, Father Ihor Royik  (Phoenixville, PA)

  • Divine Liturgy at 12 pm
  • Moleben at 2 pm – Christ, Lover of Humanity
  • Moleben at 4 pm – Mother of God
  • Divine Liturgy at 6 pm

Nativity BVM (Middleport, PA)

  • Rosary Recitation before all liturgies (daily and weekend)

St. Michael, Father Roman Oliinyk (Hazleton, PA)

  • Open for perpetual prayer

Saints Joachim and Anna, Father Robert Hitchens (Front Royal, VA)

  • Divine Liturgy at 6 pm
  • Church open all day for prayer through Liturgy

Ukrainian National Shrine of the Holy Family, Father Robert Hitchens (Washington, DC)

  • Church is open all day today for prayer.
  • Moleben at 6 pm – Mother of God; pray the Rosary afterwards

St Michael’s, Father Evhen Moniuk (Cherry Hill, NJ)

  • Divine Liturgy at 6 pm

Friday, February 25, 2022

9:00am – Ss. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church, Phoenixville, PA

Prayers in the Archeparchial Cathedral:
6:30pm — Moleben to Jesus Christ, the Lover of Mankind;
7:00pm — Divine Liturgy.

Saturday, February 26, 2022

St. Mary, Father Roman Oliinyk (McDoo, PA))

  • In-person Rosary at 1 pm for protection of Ukraine

9:00am – St. Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church, Pottstown, PA

Sunday, February 27, 2022

St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Bristol, PA

  • 9:30 a.m. Rosary Prayer. For peace in Ukraine

Thursday, March 3, 2022

Assumption of the Virgin Mary Ukrainian Orthodox Church, contact is Father John Seniw (Northampton, PA)

  • Moleben at 6:30 pm (church located about ten doors down from St. John the Baptist in Northampton at 1301 Newport Ave)

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