PA: McKeesport - 2

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Metro Area: Pittsburgh (PA)
St Nicholas Byzantine (Ruthenian) Church
410 W 6th Ave
McKeesport
PA
15132-3538
USA
Phone: 412-664-9131
Other: 412-672-0728 (Transfiguration)
Fax: 412-664-0854
Rite: Byzantine
Church sui iuris: Byzantine Ruthenian Catholic
Metropolitan Archeparchy: Pittsburgh of the Ruthenians
Cemetery: This parish has a cemetery


 

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Mailing Address: As Above

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


Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 1901
Parish erected in: 1901, under the patronage of St Nicholas
Status: ACTIVE CHURCH
This Entry Last Updated: 05/04/2010
Latitude: 40.348465
Longitude: -79.876123
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“If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.’" (John 7:37-38 ESV)

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Christ is risen from the dead * trampling down Death by death, * and upon those in the tombs bestowing life! (Troparion)

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

Although You descended into the tomb, O Immortal One, * You destroyed the power of Hades; * You arose as the victor, O Christ God, * proclaiming to the myrrh-bearing women: “Rejoice!” * And granting peace to Your Apostles, * O, You, Who gives resurrection to the fallen. (Kontakion)

Random Proverb

"Let your heart hold fast my words; keep my commandments, and live." (Proverbs 4:4 ESV)

Pray Without Ceasing

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

Wisdom from the Church Fathers

Our holy fathers have renounced all other spiritual work and concentrated wholly on this one doing, that is, on guarding the heart, convinced that, through this practice, they would easily attain every other virtue, whereas without it not a single virtue can be firmly established.

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