St. Luke Byzantine Catholic Church

Ruthenian Eparchy of Parma 

Schedules

Liturgy  Schedule:

Great Vespers — Saturday, 4:30 pm
Third Hour—Sunday, 9:45 am  

Divine Liturgy — Sunday, 10:00 am 

Weekday Vespers - Wednesday, 7:00 pm


Holy Day Schedule:

Feast  Eve:  Festal Vespers 7:00 p.m.
Feast Day:   Divine Liturgy 7:00  p.m. 


Mystery of Repentance:   

Offered 30 minutes prior to Vespers

Sundays between 9:am-9:30am

After Liturgy

By appointment (Contact Fr. Michael)

        

Panachida:

Contact Father Michael or Deacon Nicholas 

to offer a Panachida for a deceased loved one. 


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Birth of Saint John the Baptist

The Feast of the Birth of Saint John the Baptist is celebrated June  24.   Saint John the Baptist is the Glorious Prophet, Precursor and the Baptist. Devotion to the precursor of our Lord was very popular in ancient times and throughout the Middle Ages .

 

Monday, June 24 - Typika at 7:00 pm (A Typika is a communion service.)

Peter & Paul Preeminent Apostles

Saints Peter and Paul are Prime Apostles. They suffered at Rome under the Emperor Nero probably in 67 AD. 


Friday,  June 28 - Festal Vespers at 7:00 pm

Saturday, June 29 - Divine Liturgy at 9:00 am.

Bible Study Extended

The Gospel written by the Holy Apostle and Evangelist John the Theologian is the most sublime of the four Gospels. The Holy Apostle John tells us that".Jesus did many other signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not written in this book. But these are written so that you may come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, Son of God, and that through believing you may have life in his name. " (Jn  20:30-31)  We will continue to  study these signs, events, and Jesus' teachings to understand how they show that he is the Messiah and Son of God in order to deepen our intimate relationship with the Lord and receive life in abundance (See Jn 10:10)! Classes were scheduled to end April 18 but have been extended.  Class will continue on Tuesdays at 7:00pm and go though the end  June. . It is not too late to start attending these classes, even if you have not been to a previous class. 

This class will be taught by Fr. Michael Lee.