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Very Reverend Fr. John M. Loya’s first liturgy, concelebrated with his father, Very Reverend Stephen Loya, and uncle, Reverend John Loya, on St. Thomas Sunday, April 23rd, 1961, in SS. Peter & Paul Byzantine Catholic Church, Duquesne, PA. John Hvasta’s uncle, grandfather and Great uncle, all at one altar. File size is 24MB, right-click, select Save As: and save to your Desktop.

Some Byzantine hymns in traditional old Church Slavonic by:

Slava Men’s Chorus,

  • Epiphany Byzantine Catholic Church, Annandale, VA

Holy God Holy & Mighty, Holy & Immortal

Our Father


Communion Thanks

Da Ispolnatsja

God Grant Us Many Years


Pittsburgh Byzantine Catholic Arch-Eparchial Choir

  • Lenten & Pascha Music:

Slavonic & English - The Grieving Mother.mp3

Slavonic & English - Pretepivy - Having Suffered.mp3

English & Slavonic - The Grieving Mother - Pretebevy.mp3

English - Having Suffered.mp3

English - Come All Now You Faithful Look Upon The Cross.mp3

Slavonic - Easter Pascha Song.mp3

Slavonic - Thru The Prayers Of The Mother Of God.mp3

Slavonic & English - Christos Voskrese1.mp3

Slavonic - Christos Voskrese2.mp3

Slavonic - Blessing of Baskets.mp3, 14minutes, (8MB, big file)

  • - St. John’s Byzantine Catholic Church, Wilkes-Barre, PA,

Slavonic - Christos Voskrese (“march”).mp3

English & Slavonic - Christ Is Risen, ChristosVoskrese.mp3

English - Christ Is Risen.mp3

  • Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church, McKees Rocks, PA

English - Blessed Be The Name Of The Lord.mp3

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