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 St. Stephen

Join Us for Mass!
Saturday 4 PM
Sunday 8 & 11 AM

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Call: 412-421-9210
 On Mission Update for St. Stephen - Click HERE
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Letter from Bishop Zubik following release of Grand Jury Report

Rejoice and Be Glad - Pope Francis - Click HERE

Final Grouping and Clergy for St. Stephen - Click HERE

Bishop Zubik letter to St. Stephen Parisioners - Click HERE

All Groupings and St. Stephen - Click HERE

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Pope Francis - "Amoris Laetitia" (The Joy of Love)   Full Text

America Media comments: HERE

Pope Francis - "Laudato Si..." (Praise be to you...)    Full Text

Want to know more about Catholic Church? 
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) meets once a month on Tuesday 
evenings.Contact: Rose Velgich or Deacon Tom to learn more. 

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    Upcoming Events:

    Weekend Mass Times
    Saturday 4:00 PM (vigil)
    Sunday 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM
    Confessions: Saturday 3:30 PM or appointment
    Daily Mass Times
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 AM
    Wednesday 12:00 PM (followed by Adoration)
    Saturday No morning Mass
    Looking for a spiritual home?
    We welcome you with open arms!

    5115 Second Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA   15207
    Phone: 412-421-9210
    FAX: 412-421-6421

    Office Hours
    9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    Monday through Thursday

    Pastoral Staff
    Rev. Vincent Stegman, C.S.Sp., Administrator
    Deacon Thomas J. Berna
    Rose Velgich, Religious Education Coordinator
    John Tague and Carla Menosky, Advocates for Persons with Disabilities
    Denise Motta, Parish Secretary

    Mission Statement
    We, the parishioners of St. Stephen Catholic Church, strive to be a living example of Christ's continuing work in the world. We support this spiritual growth by becoming a multi-cultural, faith-filled community. To promote the goal of spiritual well-being and social justice, we embrace the Hazelwood Community and beyond by reaching out to all who seek Christian fellowship.