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Cathedral is Open For Visits


Please call for a Tour of the Cathedral and/or Treasury of Faith Museum at 215-922-2845 or 215-627-3389.  Thank you.

 
Divine Liturgies:
Saturday:    4:30 pm English
Sunday:       9 am Ukrainian
                      11 am English


 

Chapel: Please note the Chapel is located in the Cathedral Rectory, next door to the Cathedral.  Please enter from the 8th Street side of the Rectory.


 



About Cathedral

Click to enlargeLocated in the historic Northern Liberties district in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was erected in 1966 through the effort of Ukrainian Catholics in America. This magnificent edifice, designed by Julian K. Jastremsky, replaced the old Cathedral Church which had been purchased in 1907 by Bishop Sotor Stephen Ortynsky, O.S.B.M., the first bishop of Ukrainian Catholics.

The present Cathedral, constructed to reflect authentic Byzantine architecture, is built in the same style as Hagia Sofia (St. Sophia) Cathedral in Constantinople (present day Istanbul, Turkey). It also mirrors the beauty and richness of the religious and cultural heritage of the Ukrainian people. Basic geometric forms were purposely and consistently used to develop the character of the building. Almost no ornamentation is needed, though the completion of the interior embellishments is an ongoing process which will continue over the years.

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