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As a parish family we welcome you to our parish website. We hope you find it useful and edifying in your lives. As a Church, we are striving for personal sanctification, to make real the image and likeness of God in our own lives; we seek to make God's Kingdom real in our parish community. We are always happy to have guests, not only on our website, but in person as well. You are more than welcome to visit our Holy Church at any time.

For a schedule of our Divine Services please visit our Liturgical Schedule page. We invite you to the many events in our parish that take place throughout the year. The Events as well as the Bulletins section will provide you with all the newest information on what is happening in our parish family.
In John 1: 46, the apostle Philip invited Nathanael to "Come and see" Jesus. Today we invite you to Come, See and Experience the life of the Church with us!

 

Liturgical Schedule

6:30 P.M. Vigil Divine Liturgy (McKees Rocks)

 Divine Liturgy 9:30 AM Sunday

Feast Days

Prior Evening: 7:00PM Vesperal Liturgy
Day of Feast: 10:00 AM Liturgy

*Please check bulletin for specific times.

To Be Deep In The Fathers Is To Cease To Be Protestant!

Learn what the fathers have to say

Where is the Catholic Church?

Let no one do anything of concern to the Church without the bishop. Let that be considered a valid Eucharist which is celebrated by the bishop or by one whom he ordains. Wherever the bishop appears, let the people be there; just as wherever Jesus Christ is, there is the Catholic Church.

image01Ignatius of Antioch | Letter to the Smyrneans 8:2 [A.D. 110]

Why is the Church Called Catholic?

The Church is called Catholic, then, because it extends over the whole world, from end to end of the earth, and because it teaches universally and infallibly each and every doctrine which must come to the knowledge of men...

image01Cyril of Jerusalem | Catechetical Lectures 18:23 [A.D. 350]

On the Importance of the Church

Indeed, I would not believe in the gospel myself if the authority of the Catholic Church did not move me to do so.

image01St. Augustine | Against the Letter of Mani Called 'The Foundation' 4:5 [A.D. 397]

Importance of What We Believe

Now in the Catholic Church itself we take the greatest care to hold that which has been believed everywhere, always and by all. That is truly and properly 'Catholic,' as is shown by the very force and meaning of the word, which comprehends everything almost universally.

image01St. Vincent of Lerins | The "Vincentian Canon", AD 434