Chancery Staff prays Panakyda for the Victims of the Conflict in Ukraine
On February 27, 2014, the Chancery Staff prayed a Panakyda for the Victims of the Conflict in Ukraine. The Panakyda was held at the Chapel at the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia. The celebrants included Fr. Rabiy, Fr. Demkiv, and Fr. Sverdan.
Ascension Manor is a non-profit senior citizen apartment complex for people 62 and older. It is located one block away from the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Philadelphia. It is under the direction of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia. For more information on Ascension Manor or for an application, please call 215-922-1116 or visit the website link below.
Conveniently located in Langhorne, PA, near the intersection of Rt. 1 and Rt. I-95. We are just minutes from center city Philadelphia, Bristol, and Trenton. Our plots are reasonably priced, with pre laid foundations included in the purchase price of the plot. Contact the cemetery office for additional information.
810 N. Franklin Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123 (1st and 2nd levels)
The museum was founded in 2002 and was established to manifest and preserve the Catholic faith, courage, and determination of our ancestors. It reflects the roots and history of our Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States of America. The museum houses artifacts from parishes within the Philadelphia Archeparchy. Contact the Treasury of Faith Museum for more information and tours.
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8) Links to photos from Major-Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk at the Cathedral
See all links to videos and pictures from His Beatitude Sviatoslav Shevchuk's visit to the Cathedral in Philadelphia on November 13, 2011. (click here)
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