Glory to Jesus Christ!
Welcome to St. Sophia Ukrainian Catholic Church. We are delighted you’re here! St. Sophia’s is an Eastern Catholic Church in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex under the jurisdiction of St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Chicago. We are in full and visible communion with Rome.
It is our hope that this website will help to answer your questions and will provide you with all the necessary information about our parish and our Church. Should your inquiry not be answered here, we also welcome you to call, fax, email or come and visit.
His Beatitude Sviatoslav (Shevchuk) said, “a living parish is the place of meeting with the living Christ.” We especially invite you to visit us for prayer and worship to experience for yourself the richness and beauty of our Ukrainian Byzantine Rite. As the Apostle Philip said (John 1:46), “Come and see!”
- Voters should check whom they elect, and populists should be punished, says His Beatitude Liubomyr October 21, 2014
- Head of Church categorically rejected Moscow's accusations of aggravation of the Union problem October 17, 2014
- Religious Procession to be Held in Lviv to Mark Anniversary of UGCC’s Legalization October 13, 2014
- UGCC Bishop Dziurakh: Despite efforts of Moscow Patriarchate, ecumenical dialogue goes forward October 2, 2014
- Conferences of St. John Cassian - Conference Eight on Principalities Part I October 17, 2014
- Conferences of St. John Cassian - Conference Seven on the Changeableness of the Soul and on Evil Spirits Part IV October 13, 2014
- Conferences of St. John Cassian - Conference Seven on the Changeableness of the Soul and on Evil Spirits Part III October 2, 2014
Sunday Liturgy: 10:00 AM
Feast Days: 7:00 PM
Confession: 30 minutes before every service or by appointment
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You will find that in volunteering, there is satisfaction, fulfillment, joy and strength. Our doors are always open.
The Reverend Pavlo Popov
Parish Phone/Fax: 972-370-4700