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MONTHLY CALENDAR

Church Calendar

CHURCH ACTIVITIES

Church Activities

CHURCH FESTIVAL

   INDEPENDENCE DAY

Independence day

 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Sunday School

          РІДНА ШКОЛА

РІДНА ШКОЛА

ALL SAINTS EL. SCHOOL

All Saints Elementary School

SCHEDULE OF LITURGIES                                            

Church Interior
Confessions before and after Liturgies or by request.
Sat Liturgy by request
  Liturgy 04:00PM   eng
Sun Liturgy (Winter)* 09:00AM 11:00AM 9AM eng/ukr 11AM ukr
  Liturgy (Summer)* 8:30AM 10:00AM 8:30AM eng/ukr 10AM ukr
Tue-Fri Liturgy 08:00AM   eng/ukr
Holy Days Liturgy 06:00PM Evening Before eng
Liturgy 08:00AM Holy Day ukr
Liturgy 09:00AM Holy Day eng
*Winter: September – April; Summer: May – August. Check bulletin for dates of change.

Holy Day Exaltation of the Holy Cross: 9 am 9-14; 6 pm 9-13.

  • FROM THE PASTOR
  • WEEKLY READINGS
  • OUR HIERARCHY
  • SOME PHOTOS

Why We Make the Sign of the Cross

626 By the sign of the holy Cross, the Christian professes faith in the Most Holy Trinity and the Incarnation of God’s Son. We make the sign of the Cross with our right hand, devoutly and without haste, pronouncing the words, “In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.” Joining the first three fingers of our hand is a sign of our profession of faith in the Holy Trinity, while bending the remaining two to the palm of the hand signifies our confession of two natures - divine and human - in the incarnate Son of God. Signing ourselves crosswise, from the forehead to the breast and from the right shoulder to the left, we profess the Paschal Mystery of Christ - his dying and rising. Every time we sign ourselves with the holy Cross, saying “In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit,” we profess that our salvation, accomplished on the cross by Jesus Christ, is the work of the Holy Trinity.

       
OUR HIERARCHY
His Holiness Pope Francis His Holiness Pope Francis
His Beatitude Sviatoslav (Shevchuk),
 Patriarch of Ukrainian Catholic Church
His Beatitude Sviatoslav (Shevchuk), Patriarch of Ukrainian Catholic Church
Most Reverend Archbishop, Bodys Gudziak, Metropolitan of Philadelphia
Spiritual son of our Parish Most Reverend Archbishop, Bodys Gudziak
Metropolitan of Philadelphia
Most Reverend Bishop Paul Chomnycky,
 Eparch of Stamford
Most Reverend Bishop Paul Chomnycky, Eparch of Stamford

RECTORY OFFICE HOURS & CONTACT INFORMATION

Priests Tue. Morning 10:00 AM
Noon
Priests Tue. Afternoon 1:00 PM 04:00 PM
E-mail stjbuccsyracuse@gmail.com
Website www.stjohnbaptistucc.com
Facebook
Rectory 315-478-5109
Fax  
In emergencies, please call any time
   
   

SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW

  • FOR YOU TO KNOW
  • USEFUL INFORMATION
Confessions: Confessions before and after Liturgies or by request.
Baptisms: Please contact parish office before arranging the date.
Marriage: Call parish at least 6 months in advance. Pre-marital counseling is mandatory.
Religious Education: Religious Education every Sunday at 10 am in the parish school. If you would like to register your children please contact Anya Locke and Martha Wojtowycz. .
Sacrament of the Sick: In case of emergency, call parish anytime.
Bulletin Deadline: Monday of every week.
Church Facilities: Any use of church facilities must be cleared in advance at the rectory.
Cemetery: Purchase of cemetery plots is a privilege reserved to parishioners. Please contact the rectory before any major improvements are undertaken.
Bequests: In making out your will, kindly remember your church. St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, Syracuse NY is our legal title.