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Welcome to the God-loving and God-Protected

Cathedral Parish of Saint Vladimir

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Arch pastor of St. Vladimir Cathedral, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  His Eminence Metropolitan Antony

Dean of St. Vladimir Cathedral, Philadelphia:  Mitered Protopriest Taras Naumenko  215-927-2287

 Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the United States of America 

"The Vision of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA is to transform lives through Christ-centered, compassionate and welcoming communities that embody Sacred Scripture and Holy Tradition while serving and ministering to people as they navigate contemporary life."

Church email address:

Sunday, April 21, 2024

Fifth Sunday of Great Lent. Tone 5.

Venerable Mary of Egypt.


Holy Apostles of the Seventy: Herodion, Agabus, Asyncritus, Rufus, Phlegon, Hermes, and those with them (1st c.). Martyr Pausilippus of Heraclea in Thrace (117-138). St. Celestine, pope of Rome (432). Ven Rufus the Obedient of the Kyiv Caves (14th c.).

  Weekly Bulletin for Sunday, April 21, 2024

Week at a Glance:

Sunday, April 21 Wed., April 24 Saturday, April 27 Sunday, April 28

Fifth Sunday of Great Lent. Venerable Mary of Egypt


  Lazarus Saturday

The Resurrection of the Righteous Lazarus

Sixth Sunday of the Great Lent.

Palm Sunday. The Entry of the Lord Into Jerusalem

8:30AM - 9:15AM Confessions 6:30PM Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts 9:00AM Liturgy 8:30AM - 9:15AM Confessions
9:00AM 3rd & 6th Hours   5PM Vespers 9:00AM 3rd & 6th Hours
9:30AM Liturgy of St. Basil the Great     9:30AM Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom

Prior Weekly Bulletin found here

Reflections from Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA


Current Hope Fund Projects:

1.  Collecting to purchase stretchers for Ukraine.  Each stretcher costs $60 US dollars.

2. Collecting to purchase "recycled" computer equipment for medical use in Ukraine.  We are able to purchase for $90 each, US dollars. 

To contribute to either of these projects, click here and select "***Aid to Ukraine***" from the dropdown list.  Please remember to cover the fee associated with online donations.  You may also bring cash or a check to the church office.


Coming soon.....

2nd Annual Lenten Project to raise funds to purchase medical kits for Ukrainian soldiers.

This include Stop-the-Bleed kits, high-quality tourniquets, chest seals, and related products.

Our goal is to raise $10,000 by Pascha, 2024 -- May 5.

Click here to donate. Select "Hope Fund" from the drop-down list.

Please remember to cover all fees related to online donations, or make a cash or check donation in our church office.



Thank you for continuing to support the medical needs of our Ukrainian soldiers!


Have you checked our NEWS section this week?

  • Help is needed baking Paskas Friday, April 26th 9AM


More from St. Vladimir Parish.....


 Visit our DONATE page to make your Sunday Envelope or any other donations, including to the Hope Fund to support our charitable projects.

View the categories and amounts for Parish Dues on our DONATE page




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