Christ is risen!
This week vigil light is offered by Kolesnik and Buciak families for Special Intention.
From July 3 until September 11 we will celebrate only one Divine Liturgy at 10:00 a.m. in Ukrainian and English languages.
There will be pyrohy (varenyky) for sale in the church hall as long as supplies last. $16.00 for 2 dozens.
During my vacation in case of emergency you can call Fr. Paul Luniw 860-583-7588, Fr. Ivan Mazuryk 203-367-5054, Fr. Gregory Lozinski 201-985-5015, or Fr. Albert Forlano 203-215-3311.
Ukrainian School Closed for the Summer: The Ukrainian School of New Haven will reopen for the new school year 2022-2023 on or about September 23. Questions call Halia Lodynsky at 203-494-6278.
Please visit our parish website for regular updates and information: https://stmichaelukrainian.org
68th ANNUAL HOLY DORMITION PILGRIMAGE will be held on August 13-14 at the motherhouse of the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate in Sloatsburg. This year’s theme is “Our Loving Mother, Under Your Patronage, Welcome Your Children, We beseech You!”. The Sisters invite all our parishioners to attend! For information call: 845-753-2840 or visit www.ssmi-us.org
CHARITIES APPEAL : Please don’t forget to donate for Charities Appeal. Please make check payable to the Byzantine Rite Eparchy of Stamford. DO NOT MAIL THIS FORM TO THE CHANCERY OFFICE. We sincerely ask all parishioners to make generous contributions.
Our New Haven Ridna Shkola is doing a Fundraiser called, KIDS HELPING UKRAINE. The stickers are $1.00 per sticker and if you can contribute more it will be appreciated. All donations will go to provide medical supplies and care for those wounded in this terrible war started by Russia. If you any questions contact Halia Lodynsky or Volodymyr Dumalskyy.
Ukrainian American Veterans Post 33 in New Haven, is seeking your support for the war effort in Ukraine. We are collecting medical equipment and supplies for the Lviv Regional Hospital for soldiers and war veterans in Vynnykiy (Lviv Region) to be used for the treatment of soldiers and civilians injured during war in Ukraine. We also need funds to purchase boxes packaging materials, cover transportation expenses, etc. We are working with UUARC (United Ukrainian American Relief Committee based in Philadelphia-UUARC.org) to transport all donated items to Warsaw for transport by truck to the hospital in Vinniki. All donated items can be dropped off at St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church hall at 569 George St., New Haven. The collection center will be open on Tuesdays from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Sundays from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Checks are to be made out to: UAV POST 33. In the memo section write in: Ukrainian soldiers welfare fund. Checks can be mailed to: Ukrainian American Veterans Post 33, Post Office Box 972, Orange, CT 06477. If you have any questions about this project, please call 203-848-4860 or send e-mail to email@example.com
If you would like to have a Confession, Holy Communion or prayer of the sick at your house or nursing home, please call the rectory at 203-865-0388.
A container is in our church vestibule for non-perishable food. This collection will be taken every week or twice per month. Father Iura will distribute the food to those in need. Thank you for your generosity.