St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral
5913 State Road
Parma Ohio
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OLGA TRYPNIAK

Olga Trypniak, 65, of Bay Village, fell asleep in the Lord Friday, April 9, 2021 in Fairview Hospital following a 20 year valiant battle with cancer. She was born October 28, 1955 in Lorain. She graduated from Southview High School in 1974. Subsequently, she received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Kent State University. She also completed the intensive program at Harvard Ukrainian Summer Institute (HUSI).

 

Olga retired last May as a Medical Technologist (E-22) from Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital, Cleveland. Dedicated to her work, she started her career at the former St. Joseph Hospital, Lorain. Olga also worked at the old Lakewood Hospital for 35 years, until they closed. Along with her focus on her career, Olga was a dutiful daughter, caring for her father who had a long-term illness.

 

Olga was a member of Saint Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral in Parma, where she was a member of the choir. Olga was a president of the Ukrainian Orthodox League. She was an excellent baker and cook. Olga enjoyed teaching her culinary skills.

 

Olga will be dearly missed by her close friend and sister in Christ Larissa M. (Richard) Reidy and her “nieces” Natasha, Nadya and Larissa J.

 

Olga was preceded in death by her parents Mykola and Dora (nee Soroka) Trypniak and her brother Ihor Trypniak.

 

Visitation will be Tuesday, April 13, 2021 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Richard J. Reidy Funeral Home, 1783 East 31st Street, South Lorain. On Wednesday, April 14, visitation will continue from 9:00AM until the time her funeral service at 10:00 AM at St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, 5913 State Road, Parma. Very Rev. John Nakonachny and Rev. Michael Hontaruk will officiate. Burial will follow at Elmwood Cemetery, Lorain, Ohio.

 

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Vladimir Orphanage Fund c/o St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, 5913 State Road, Parma, Ohio 44134.

 

May her memory be eternal.     Vichnaya Pamyat!     Вiчная ïï Пам'ять! 

 

 

https://www.reidyfuneral.com/

https://www.reidyfuneral.com/obituary/olga-trypniak

 

 

 

 

 


Current procedure for attending church. 

 

The Ukrainian Service DOES BEGIN at 10:30 AM and NOT as stated in the letter. 


 

Sunday April 11, 2021

4th Sunday of Great Lent


 8:30 AM English Divine Liturgy

10:30 AM Ukrainian Divine Liturgy

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Commemoration for health and memorial forms link to pdf

https://www.stvladimirs.org/donate1.

Thank you for your monetary weekly, monthly, and special occasion gifts to St. Vladimir Cathedral.

Journey to Pascha 

SYNODIKON OF THE 7TH ECUMENICAL COUNCIL

The Greater Cleveland Council of Orthodox Clergy  present the video of the reading of the Synodikon, commemorating this year’s celebration of Sunday of Orthodoxy.  This is a YouTube video.  Click here 

 

The text:

SYNODIKON OF THE 7TH ECUMENICAL COUNCIL

As the prophets beheld, as the apostles have taught, as the Church has received, as the teachers have declared, as the world has agreed, as grace has shown forth, as truth has been revealed, as falsehood has been dispelled, as wisdom has become manifest, as Christ awarded;

Thus we declare; thus we affirm; thus we proclaim Christ our true God, and honor His saints in words, writings, thoughts, sacrifices, churches, and holy icons;

On the one hand, worshiping and reverencing Christ as God and Lord, and on the other, honoring the saints as true servants of the same Lord of all, and offering them proper veneration.

Thus is faith of the apostles. This is the faith of the fathers.  This is the faith of the Orthodox.  This is the faith on which the world is established.

Therefore, with fraternal and filial love we praise the heralds of the faith, those who with glory and honor have struggled for the faith, and we say: to the champions of Orthodoxy, ’faithful emperors, most-holy patriarchs, hierarchs, teachers, Martyrs, and confessors:  May your memory be eternal.

Let us beseech God that we may be instructed and strengthened by the trials and struggles of these saints, which they endured for the faith even unto death, and by their teachings, entreating that we may to the end imitate their godly life.  May we be deemed worthy of obtaining our requests through the mercy and grace of the Great and FirstHierarch, Christ our God, through the intercessions of ourglorious Lady, the Theotokos and ever-virgin Mary, the divine angels and all the Saints.

(AMEN)

PDF of the SYNODIKON




 

 

 

For those who are unable to attend the Cathedral because of age or health situation  the Liturgy at St. Vladimir Cathedral is live-streamed on Facebook.  You do NOT need an account to view on the St. Vladimir Facebook page.  When asked to join, click 'no thank you.'

 

https://www.facebook.com/pg/St-Vladimir-Ukrainian-Orthodox-Cathedral-497302415586/posts

 

 

Moleben Service

Every Wednesday at 8:30 AM

 

Moleben Service Book  both English and Ukrainian

 

Downloadable and printable 

 


 

The current bulletin. 

April -  квітня

2021-04-04 Bulletin 

Недiля, 4 квітня, 2021

 

 

 


 


St. Herman House FOCUS, in Cleveland, is always in need of funds to support their outreach to peoples of less means.  Durng this time of year and during this strange Pandemic, funds are continuously needed for support.  Please go online www.sainthermans.org and make your donation.

 

OR YOU MAY SEND A MONETARY DONATION TO A SECURE PO BOX AT:
St. Herman House FOCUS Cleveland
PO BOX 932612
Cleveland, OH 44193

 

 

 


 

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Commemoration for health and memorial forms link to pdf

 

https://www.stvladimirs.org/donate1.

 

Thank you for your monetary weekly, monthly, and special occasion gifts to St. Vladimir Cathedral.

 

 



 

The doors of St. Vladimir Cathedral are open for Liturgical Services.  

Click here to learn more.

 

Opening The Doors of St. Vladimir Cathedral The pdf version 

 

 

 

Although these are difficult times,

please remember the monetary needs of your parish.

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St. Vladimir Cathedral

5913 State Road

Parma Ohio 44134

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Thank you to everyone who has donated to St. Vladimir Parish. You show your love for your clergy, your temple, and your fellow parishioners with your weekly and monthly gifts. Whether you give with a check or through the on-line giving app, your gifts are appreciated.
 
Because of generous people like you, your parish can continue its work in praising and serving the Lord.
 
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Although these are difficult times,

please remember the monetary needs of your parish.

Make a charitable

Donation to

St. Vladimir Cathedral

5913 State Road

Parma Ohio 44134

or

Donate on-line by following this link.






Links to Orthodox Affiliates

Parish Facebook Page

Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA

Orthodox Christian Education  UOC of USA

GREATER CLEVELAND COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX CLERGY 

St. Vladimir Cathedral's   Taras Shevchenko School of Ukrainian Studies 

ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN NETWORK  The Orthodox Christian Network is a commissioned agency of the Assembly of Canonical Bishops 

ORTHODOX BISHOPS OF NORTH and CENTRAL AMERICA 

OCF   ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP        Official campus ministry organization of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America.

ZOE HOUSE     ZOE is a charitable organization offering a wide variety of resources and support for women in a crisis pregnancy:     ZOE House is equipped to provide free and confidential services to clients.
ST. PANTELEIMON ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN OUTREACH      
A Pan-Orthodox ministry that displays Christian love, mercy and compassion to the individuals, families and facilities it serves.

ANCIENT FAITH RADIO 

ST. HERMAN HOUSE  - CLEVELAND FOCUS

ST. MARY OF EGYPT ORTHODOX MISSION AND CHAPEL 

 

 

MEMORY ETERNAL

Memory Eternal 2019

Memory Eternal 2020

Memory Eternal 2021

 

 

          



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Information on Stewardship

 UOL of USA Office of Stewardship

http://uocofusa.org/stewardship.html

The First and Finest    by V. Rev. Robert Holet

 

http://www.orthodoxsteward.com

Mr. William Marianes, a member of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, a dynamic lay leader and teacher who serves as legal consultant to the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the USA.

http://www.uocofusa.org/news_141104_1.html

Igniting the Flame of True Orthodox Christian Stewardship

http://stewardshipcalling.com/