Jul 242013
 

Welcome to the Church of the Resurrection!

Worship Schedule

Saturday night Mass is 4 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM, 11:30 AM & 6:30 PM
Monday 6:00 PM (Miraculous Medal Novena follows)
Tuesday through Friday 9:00 AM
Holy Days - see schedule in bulletin

Sacrament of Reconciliation:Tues – Fri: After 9:00 am Mass
and Saturday: 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Parish Office: 412-563-4400
1100 Creedmoor Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15226
 
 
Jul 222013
 

Resurrection Church Prayer

Father, you have called the Church of the Resurrection to open our hearts and minds to your grace. Through the power of Your Holy Spirit give us the strength and the wisdom to hear Jesus, the true word of God, and follow Jesus, our way and our life. May we learn from him to surrender our lives into your hands in worship and to live in love and forgivness of each other. Then your kingdom will come, and your will be done in our homes, where e live our daily lives: in our parish, where we gather to celebrate the Eucharist: and in the world, where we work to bring your peace, justice and love. In Jesus’ name AMEN.


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Numbers – Fr. Frank Mitolo

Our Campaign for The Church Alive!

Our Campaign for The Church Alive!

Please watch this video presentation concerning the Church Alive initiative.  Bishop David Zubik discusses Our Campaign for The Church Alive! For more information please visit the Church Alive website by clicking the Link below: The Church Alive Website  

“Who do you say that I am”?

“Who do you say that I am”?

“Who do you say that I am”? By Deacon Rich Longo All of us have expectations don’t we? We have expectations of our Leaders. We have certain ideas about what they should do and say especially in certain situations. We have expectations of what the school teachers should do and say. We have expectations of [...]

                                Social Justice for Child Refugees

Social Justice for Child Refugees

Please consider sending a letter to the editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to encourage passionate, practical Christian response to the child & family refugee crises, currently escalating in the southern US. Click the link below – these sample Letters to the Editor come to us from the Sisters of Mercy.  http://www.sistersofmercy.org/resources/messaging-tools-changing-the-conversation-on-migrant-children-crisis/?utm_source=fb&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=justice  

2014 Fun Flair Wish List

2014 Fun Flair Wish List

41 Years of Fun! Ressi Fun Flair 2014 July 9-12 Click here for PDF Wish List Baked Goods: If your last name begins with letters: A-F, please drop off your treats July 9th; G-L, please drop off your treats July 10th; M-R, please drop off your treats July 11th; S-Z, please drop off your treats [...]

The Gospel Of The Blind Man What Does It Really Mean?

The Gospel Of The Blind Man What Does It Really Mean?

The Gospel Of The Blind Man What Does It Really Mean? By Deacon Richard Longo I know a retired school teacher. He told me a story about a blind girl in his high school. After gym class one day, the girl was in the locker room getting ready for the next class. All of a [...]

Those Who Believe In Me Even Though They Die Will Live!

Those Who Believe In Me Even Though They Die Will Live!

By Deacon Richard A. Longo The season of Lent for me is the time for reflection and the opportunity to remind myself about the importance of hope. The Gospel discourse about Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead ranks in my mind as one of the most poignant examples regarding the meaning of hope. Traditional Jewish [...]

What Is Lent and How Is It Observed?

What Is Lent and How Is It Observed?

What Is Lent and How Is It Observed? By Deacon Rich Longo On the Christian calendar, Lent is the 40-day period from Ash Wednesday to Easter. When it was first observed in the fourth century, its focus was on self-examination and self-denial in preparation for Easter, and Christians used fasting (abstaining from eating food) in [...]