Welcome to

Holy Spirit Byzantine Catholic Church

"The Holy Spirit shall come upon you and the power of the Most High shall overshadow you."

[Luke 1:35]

Founded in 1907.  Celebrating 115 years of service to the Byzantine Catholic community in the medical and academic center of Pittsburgh.

All are welcome to join us.

Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost
25 September 2022

READING:  2 Corinthians 6:1-10

GOSPEL:  Luke 5:1-11

Confession is available before most services.
The Holy Rosary is prayed before Sunday Liturgy at 10:25am.
Third Hour is prayed at 10:45am.
All are welcome to join us!

Upcoming Events:

ADULT EASTERN CHRISTIAN FORMATION OPPORTUNITY....

 

October Date and Time TBD

"What Is a Byzantine Catholic?"
 

Formation in our faith does not stop after we’ve graduated from High School.  Education in the faith is a process which continues throughout our whole lifetime and does not even stop on the day we die.  Spiritual, intellectual, and practical growth in our faith is formed as much in our public as is in our private prayer lives and is likewise formed as much in our public endeavors for educational enrichment as it is in our private endeavors for educational enrichment.  To that end, each month Fr. Michael will be hosting an Eastern Christian Formation opportunity for our parishioners and anyone else interested in attending.  These will be announced in the first bulletins of each month. 

 

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YOUTH EASTERN CHRISTIAN FORMATION BEGINS THIS MONTH!

Tuesday, 9/27 ~ 5:30pm ~ Holy Spirit Parish Hall

Catechism classes will be offered two Tuesdays a month starting at the end of September. This is open to all youth in grades Kindergarten through 12. This is a valuable opportunity to enrich the lives of our children, whether they are at a public school that does not teach religion, or at a Catholic school that does not understand what makes our tradition unique. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Fr. Michael.

UPCOMING HOLY DAYS​​​​​​

  • October 1, 2022 ~ The Feast of the Protection of the Theotokos