PA: Duquesne - 2

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Metro Area: Pittsburgh (PA)
Ss Peter & Paul Byzantine (Ruthenian) Church
701 Foster Ave
Duquesne
PA
15110-2025
USA
Phone: 412-466-3578
Fax: 412-466-3578
Rite: Byzantine
Church sui iuris: Byzantine Ruthenian Catholic
Metropolitan Archeparchy: Pittsburgh of the Ruthenians


 

Always call ahead to verify times

Day

Service

Time

Sunday Divine Liturgy 9:00am
Saturday Divine Liturgy (Sunday Vigil) 5:00pm
Feast Day Vigils Divine Liturgy 7:00pm
Feast Days Divine Liturgy 9:00am
     
     

Mystery of Repentence

Saturdays 4:00pm
   
 


Semi-official Website links to a page maintained by the Archeparchy


Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 1904 from the-then St Nicholas Greek-Catholic Church, Duquesne, PA
Mission established in: 1909 under the patronage of Ss Peter & Paul
Parish erected in: 1916 at First & Viola Sts, Duquesne, PA
Relocated in: 1958 to its present site
Status: ACTIVE CHURCH
This Entry Last Updated: 11/10/2009
Latitude: 40.364667
Longitude: -79.849186
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“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied." (Matthew 5:6 ESV)

Pentecost

Blessed are You, O Christ our God, * Who has shown the fishermen to be all wise, * by sending down to them the Holy Spirit, * and through them You have caught the whole world in Your net. * O Lover of Mankind, glory to You. (Troparion - Tone 8)

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and to the ages of ages. Amen.

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Pray Without Ceasing

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner.

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