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New Metropolitan of Pittsburgh’s Byzantine Catholics
Catholic News Service (25 April 2012)
MUNHALL, Pa. (CNS) — Archbishop William C. Skurla said that “the need to present Jesus Christ and his Gospel teachings in a way that touches the lives of our people”. is one of his most pressing priorities as he assumes the administration of the Byzantine Catholic Archeparchy of Pittsburgh.

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Picture of the Day: Easter in the East
In this image from 2001, Ruthenian Greek Catholics celebrate the paschal mystery in the village of Tichy Potok in Slovakia. (photo: Jacqueline Ruyuak)

A Bishop Rebuilds
In nine years, Bishop Milan Šášik has worked to revive hundreds of parishes within the Carpatho-Rusyn Greek Catholic Church.

Picture of the Day: A Model Church
Carpatho-Rusyn Greek Catholic Bishop Milan Sasik, C.M., shows off a model of a church in the distinctive Rusyn style, built from wooden joints without the use of nails. (photo: Igor Grigoryev)

Picture of the Day:
Byzantine Catholics Mark Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Too

Renowned for its reverence for ancient tradition, the Byzantine Catholic Church is rather unhurried to add new feasts to its liturgical calendar.

Picture of the Day: Making Peroghi for Lent
An Eastern European tradition lives on

Picture of the Day: Easter in Slovakia
Ruthenian Greek Catholics of the village of Tichy Potok, Slovakia, celebrate the paschal mystery on Easter in 2001. (photo: Jacqueline Ruyuak)

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