The academic year has ended, so chaplaincy will not meet to celebrate liturgy until the fall. Stay tuned to this website for announcements on the first liturgy!
Until then, please attend liturgy at the parish, St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Shrine.
We’d like to have a BBQ this Sunday at the chaplaincy. Adam has arranged to use the facilities at the St Paul residence next door, and he and I will bring the essentials—burgers, hot-dogs, buns and condiments. To help us plan, please let us know if you are coming, if you are bringing any friends, and if you can bring either a salad, a desert, or something to drink.
Fr. Alex finishes his year as acting director of the Sheptytsky Institute at the end of the month. As you know, he also helped with the Chaplaincy on many occasions. We would like to bid farewell and thank him for his hard work. Friday evening, April 25 at the Sheptytsky Institute Chapel at 5pm, we will have a Divine Liturgy followed by a potluck. Please join us!
There will be a Divine Liturgy at the Eastern Catholic Chaplaincy tomorrow as usual at 11:30am. If someone wants to go to the memorial service on Parliament Hill at 2pm, Fr. Peter will have room for four people in the car. The service is on the occasion of the 40th day of death of the victims of the Maidan in Kyiv. Singers are always needed. It is a panakhyda with parts in Ukrainian, English and French.
Just in case anyone was wondering—there IS Divine Liturgy at the Chaplaincy tomorrow as usual at 11:30am.
Fr. Peter thanks you for the absolutely beautiful services that were celebrated in the Sheptytsky Institute Chapel during the first week of Lent.
The remaining available dates for signing up to bring snack this semester to Chaplaincy are
Let L.C. know if you’d like to claim one of those dates. Thanks to all who have contributed so far, with food and with clean-up duties!
Reminder and announcement: There is Liturgy at the Chaplaincy tomorrow as usual at 11:30am, but Matins starts at 10:30, not 9am.
There there will be no Divine Liturgy this Sunday (Feb 9) as Fr. Peter is recovering from surgery on his ankle. Keep him in your prayers and keep your eyes on this space for further updates.
Please join us at the Museum of Civilization tomorrow for Matins at 11am; then Liturgy at 12:00noon; the Great Blessing of Water at 1:30pm. Thus there will NOT be a Liturgy at Saint Paul U Sheptytsky Institute chapel.
However, there WILL be a Liturgy at the regular place NEXT Sunday, Jan 26.
St. Paul is at 223 Main St. and is accessible by bus 5. The chaplaincy meets in the chapel on the second floor of the Sheptytsky Institute.