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

7/14/17 – Phosphora Baking/Women’s Fellowship

The prosphora baking, women’s fellowship scheduled for this Saturday, July 15th, is being postponed, due to a very large Funeral Mass next door at St. Monica’s Roman Catholic Church for “Captain Bubba” David Haberlin, San Francisco Fire Department retired Battalion Chief.

May his soul dwell with the righteous, and his memory be eternal!

7/11/17 – OLF Book Club

This week the OLF Book Club will be beginning a study of some excerpts by Vladimir Solovyov, entitled “Beauty in Nature” and “The Meaning of Art”. We will meet this next Sunday in the upstairs library at 1pm after the agape meal. All are welcome to attend. The goal of these passages is to better acquaint ourselves with the proper meaning of beauty and its place within the Byzantine and especially Russian Christian tradition.

If you have any questions or would like a copy of the excerpts, please email Austin (austinchoate33@yahoo.com).

5/30/17 – June-July 2017 Schedule of Services

Enclosed is our June to July 2017 Schedule of Services Schedule of Services. Please join us! Please note that there will be no services from June 1st through June 18th. OLF clergy will be in Italy for International Congress of Russian Byzantine Catholic Church.

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.”