St. Therese Byzantine Catholic Church
4265 13th Ave. North, St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 + 727 323-4022
St. Petersburg, Florida
Father Robert Evancho
Reverand Father/Pastor
4265 13th Avenue North
St. Petersburg, Fl 33713
727 323-4022 (Phone)
727 323-8351 (Fax)

Father Bob was born in Freeland, PA. and was baptized at the oldest Ruthenian Church in the US, St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church.  He was ordained in 1979 and had his first assignment here at St. Therese Church.  Later he served as the first resident pastor in Rosewell, Georgia and also in Ft. Meyers, Florida.  He later served in Beaver Meadows, PA., and a mission church in Sheppton, PA.  He then served in Ormond Beach, Florida and a mission parish in Jacksonville, Florida.  In 1996 he returned to his first church, St. Therese.  He enjoys gardening, the outdoors, the ocean, and especially walking his Samoyed friends.  

John Magulick

John Magulick was born in Youngstown, Ohio and attended St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church.  He served as an altar boy and began cantoring at age 10. John graduated from Youngstown State University in 1978 with a B.A. in Communications.  In 1981, he moved to Florida and has attended St. Therese ever since.  His wife, Lorraine, is from Niles, Ohio.  They have three children, John Paul, Elizabeth, and Nicholas.  They are blessed with several grandchildren.  He enjoys music and golf.

Carole Medvesky

Dr. Carole Medvesky began singing in the church choir at age 5 at St. Michael's Greek Catholic Church in South Fork, Pennsylvania. It was there that she learned the Divine Liturgy in Slavonic. In 1983, she joined St. Therese Church, sang alto in the choir and learned the Tropars and Kondaks. In 1996, she began substituting for the head cantor at both Saturday and Sunday Liturgies. Today Dr. Carole still sings alto each Sunday and serves as lead cantor when needed. She considers it an honor to sing the liturgy and is extremely proud of her Byzantine Catholic traditions and heritage. She maintains, "Sunset Smiles," a private dental practice in Clearwater, Florida.

Jim Peterson
Paul Craig
Lori Magulick
Altar Bread-Baker
Omar Ramos, Scott Gerke, Mark Zigarevich

O Lord I believe and profess that You are truly Christ the Son of the Living God who came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the first. Accept me todayas a partaker of Your mystical supper, O Son of God, for I will not reveal Your mystery to Your enemies nor will I  give you a kiss as did Judas, but like the thief I confess to You:

Remember me, O Lord, when You shall come into Your kingdom.

Remember me, O Master, when You shall come into Your kingdom.

Remember me, O Holy One, when You shall come into Your kingdom.

May the partaking of Your Holy mysteries, O Lord, be not for my judgement or condemnation, but for the healing of soul and body.

O Lord, I also believe and profess, that this, which I am about to receive,  is truly Your most precious body and Your life giving blood, which, I pray, make me worthy to receive for the remission of all my sins and for life everlasting. Amen.

O God, have mercy on me a sinner.

O God, cleanse me of my sins and have mercy on me.

O Lord, forgive me for I have sinned without number.

Francis, Pope of Rome
Metropolitan William Skurla
Bishop Kurt Burnette
Our Lady of Perpetual Help

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