Welcome to Our Lady of Fatima
Russian Byzantine Catholic Church!

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An Eastern-rite Catholic Parish grounded in the Russian tradition,
welcoming worshipers from many cultures and traditions.

Announcements

7/26/18 – August 2018 Schedule of Services & Fasting Information

Enclosed is the August 2018 Schedule of Services & Fasting Information document. Please join us!

7/11/18 – OLF Book Club

This month, the OLF Book Club will be discussing Violence and the Sacred by the late Stanford professor and devout Catholic, René Girard. Girard’s landmark analysis of sacrificial rituals from around the world will form the basis for our discussion of some of the distinctive features of the Byzantine Christian tradition, particularly the notion of sacrifice in the liturgy, the priesthood, and soteriology (theosis).

Attached is a pdf copy of the book. Please look over Chapter 1 titled “Sacrifice”. The meeting will be at 1pm on July 22nd in the upstairs library after the agape meal.

All are welcome!

7/1/18 – July 2018 Schedule of Services & Fasting Information

Enclosed is the July 2018 Schedule of Services & Fasting Information document. Please join us!

Contact

Our Lady of Fatima Russian Byzantine Catholic Church
5920 Geary Boulevard (near 23rd Avenue)
San Francisco, CA 94121
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Phone: 415-752-2052
Fax: 415-752-6073

A parish of the Archdiocese of San Francisco
Pastor: Reverend Father Kevin Kennedy
Deacon: Father Deacon Kyrill (Bruce) Pagacz

Schedule of Services

All our services are in English. Visitors always welcome! Please join us!

Divine Liturgy 10:00am
Sundays
Followed by a Fellowship Meal
For all other services and times, please refer to our online calendar.

“It is truly right to bless you, O Theotokos,
ever blessed and most pure, and the Mother of our God.
More honorable than the Cherubim,
and more glorious beyond compare than the Seraphim;
in virginity you gave birth to God the Word.
True Theotokos we magnify you.”