St. Peter & St. Paul
Ukrainian Orthodox Church
220 Mansfield Blvd Carnegie, PA 15106
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Pray Without Ceasing! Please pray for everyone!
A Prayer for the healers!
Prayer for the Sick

Heavenly Father, Who sent Your only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, to be the Physician of our souls and bodies, Who cme to heal sickness and infirmity, Who healed the paralytic, and brought back to life the daughter of Jairus, Who healed the woman who had been sick for twelve years by the mere touch of the hem of your robe, visit and heal also your beloved servants:    {insert name(s)}  by the power and grace of You Christ.  Grant them the patience that comes from believing that You are always at work in our lives to bring good out of evil.  Grant them strength of body, mind and soul.  Raise them up from the bed of pain.  Grant them full recovery.  May they experience the  same surge of healing power flow through their bodies, s did the sick woman who touched you robe.  For we, too, are touching your robe today,dear Lord, through this our prayer.  We approach you with the same faith she did.  Grant them the gift of health.  For you alone are the source of healing and to You we offer glory, praise and thanksgiving in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  Amen.

Prayer from September 11th Service

"Lord God, Lover of Mankind, Bless our God protected nation, the United States of America, and forgive those who hate and wrong us, We will never forget!  Memory Eternal!"

By coming together in our parish communities and holding Memorial Prayer services to honor those lost and who have their lives 18 years ago, we renew our strength to move forward in the face of both old and new challenges, and we come together to uphold the values that have defined our country and our people that we share with the people of this planet.

from services on September 11, 2019

 



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Venerable Theodore Trichinas “the Hair-Shirt Wearer” and Hermit Near Constantinople
Venerable Theodore Trichinas “the Hair-Shirt Wearer” and Hermit Near Constantinople

Saint Theodore Trichinas was born in Constantinople, the son of wealthy and pious parents. From childhood Saint Theodore was inclined toward monasticism, so he left his home, family, and former life in order to enter a monastery in Thrace. There he began his arduous ascetic struggles. He dressed in…

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Venerable Alexander, Abbot of Oshevensk
Venerable Alexander, Abbot of Oshevensk

Saint Alexander of Oshevensk (+ 1479) was the founder of the Oshevensk Dormition Monastery and enlightener of the Kargopol area, and was tonsured in the White Lake Monastery. He appeared to Saint Diodorus of George Hill (November 27) in the seventeenth century when his Holy Trinity Monastery ran…

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Childmartyr Gabriel of Bialystok
Childmartyr Gabriel of Bialystok

Child Martyr Gabriel of Bialystok (+ 1690) was killed in Poland when he was only six years old. One day when his parents were not home, he was lured out of his house by a man named Schutko, and then killed. After thirty years, the martyred child’s body was found to be incorrupt.

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Blessed Gregory, Patriarch of Antioch
Blessed Gregory, Patriarch of Antioch

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Venerable Anastasius, Abbot of Sinai
Venerable Anastasius, Abbot of Sinai

Saint Anastasius of Sinai lived in the seventh century, and was one of the great ascetics who flourished on Mt. Sinai. From his youth, he was raised in great piety and love for God. When he reached manhood, Saint Anastasius left the world and entered a monastery to take upon himself the yoke of…

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Saint Betran, Bishop of Lesser Scythia
Saint Betran, Bishop of Lesser Scythia

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Saint Theotimus, Bishop of Lesser Scythia

Saint Theotimus the Scythian was Bishop of Tomis in Scythia. He was a native of Dacia Pontica, and was part Roman. He is believed to have been the teacher of Saint John Cassian (February 29) and Saint Germanus, because he was once living in the same monastery as they were. Somewhere between…

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Translation of the relics of Saint Nikolai of Zhicha
Translation of the relics of Saint Nikolai of Zhicha

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Saint Joseph of Serbia
Saint Joseph of Serbia

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Apostle Zacchaeus
Apostle Zacchaeus

The holy Apostle Zacchaeus was a rich publican at Jericho. Since he was short of stature, he climbed a sycamore tree in order to see the Savior passing by. After the Ascension of the Lord, Saint Zacchaeus accompanied Saint Peter on his travels. Tradition says he became the Bishop of Caesarea in…

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Saint Athanasius of Meteora
Saint Athanasius of Meteora

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