A Pennsylvania Charitable Trust


Roman Catholic Church  

Parish Membership: x  105
Baptisms: x  110
Marriage: x 101
Home Bound Ministry: x 110 
RCIA: x 101 or x 110
Mass Intentions:  x 109 
CCD: x 112

Extensions

​412-461-6906 


Parish Staff 

Rev. Stephen A. Kresak, Administrator

Rev. Robert J. Ahlin, Sr. Parochial Vicar

Rev. Levi D. Hartle, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Dan, Pastoral Associate  
Ms. Cheryl DePretis, Administrative Assistant 
Ms. Cindy Depretis, Bulletin Editor & Mass Intentions 
Ms. Elaine Garfold, CCD Coordinator 
Anthony Bradley, Youth Minister 
Mr. John Reitmeyer, Maintenance Supervisor
Ms. Karen Murphy, Music Minister

Bulletin Deadline:Monday 12:00 Noon
(Please note: this is the Monday one week before publication)

Have Something to submit to the bulletin? 

​​cindy@holyangelshays.org

 

Mass Intentions  
We are currently accepting mass intentions:
  
 Through December, 2019

Mass requests can be made by mail, through the collection basket or by stopping at the Church Rectory, Tuesday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. No requests will be taken over the phone.

​IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST A MASS, THE FORMS WITH OUR POLICY ARE AVAILABLE IN THE CHURCH. 



Parish Membership 

New Members are always welcome!

If you are moving into, within, or out of the Parish, please call the Rectory Office and let us know.

(412) 461-6906 Ext: 105

Baptisms

Infant baptism is celebrated every other Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Parents must attend a pre-Baptism Class. Please contact the Rectory Office to make arrangements. (412) 461-6906 Ext: 110

Reconciliation 

The sacrament of penance is celebrated Saturday at 8:30 a.m. 

Marriage 

Please contact the Rectory Office at least six months before the wedding (412) 461-6906 Ext: 101

Ministry to the Homebound 
Homebound members of the Parish should contact the Rectory Office to make arrangements to receive Holy Communion at home. Those in the hospital should inform the Rectory Office.

(412) 461-6906 Ext: 110



Use of the Holy Angels Parish Hall

• Registered parishioners may request the use of the parish hall following a funeral.

• Parish functions have priority.

• No alcohol may be served.

• Food must be catered or prepared elsewhere. 

• The condition of the hall is to be maintained. Garbage must be bagged and ordinary clean up is expected. 

• If necessary, security should be provided.  

• Although there is no charge for the use of the hall a donation toward the electricity, supplies and maintenance is appreciated.


General Information