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St Michael the Archangel Russian Greek-Catholic Chapel
266 Mulberry St
New York
NY
10012-3302
USA
Phone: 212-226-2644
Fax: 718-788-9144

Rite: Byzantine
Church sui iuris: Russian Greek-Catholic
Canonical Jurisdiction(s):
Latin Archdiocese: New York
Canonically: Latin
Ritually: Russian
Cemetery: None

 
Schedule of Divine Services

Always call ahead to verify times

Day

Service

Time

Sunday Divine Liturgy 11:00am
Saturday Great Vespers 6:00pm
Feast Day Vigils Vesperal Divine Liturgy 6:00pm
     
     

Mystery of Reconciliation

Saturdays Prior to Great Vespers
Other Days & Times By Appointment

The Monthly Calendar is available online


Mailing Address: As Above
Served By: Resident Clergy
Sacramental Records: In custody of the parish
 

Notes

The interior photograph is by Andrew and appears on his blog, Catholic Churches of Manhattan. It is used here with Andrew's kind permission.


The exterior photograph formerly appeared on the parish website and is used here with the kind permission of Father Economos Roman (Russo), rector of St Michael the Archangel


Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 1935
Parish erected in: 1936, under the patronage of St Michael the Archangel

Status: ACTIVE CHURCH
This Entry Last Updated: 05/15/2016

Latitude: 40.7239935
Longitude: -73.9953506
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Teachings of Christ

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God." (Matthew 5:9 ESV)

Pentecost

Blessed are You, O Christ our God, * Who has shown the fishermen to be all wise, * by sending down to them the Holy Spirit, * and through them You have caught the whole world in Your net. * O Lover of Mankind, glory to You. (Troparion - Tone 8)

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and to the ages of ages. Amen.

When the Most High descended, confusing tongues, * He divided the nations; * but when He distributed the tongues of fire, * He called all to unity; * and, with one voice, * we glorify the Most Holy Spirit. (Kontakion - Tone 8)

Random Proverb

"When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with the humble is wisdom." (Proverbs 11:2 ESV)

Pray Without Ceasing

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner.

Wisdom from the Church Fathers

Even a pious person is not immune to spiritual sickness if he does not have a wise guide -- either a living person or a spiritual writer. This sickness is called _prelest_, or spiritual delusion, imagining oneself to be near to God and to the realm of the divine and supernatural. Even zealous ascetics in monasteries are sometimes subject to this delusion, but of course, laymen who are zealous in external struggles (podvigi) undergo it much more frequently. Surpassing their acquaintances in struggles of prayer and fasting, they imagine that they are seers of divine visions, or at least of dreams inspired by grace. In every event of their lives, they see special intentional directions from God or their guardian angel. And then they start imagining that they are God's elect, and often try to foretell the future. The Holy Fathers armed themselves against nothing so fiercely as against this sickness -- prelest.

Metropolitan Anthony Khrapovitsky