Slovak version (full)
On Wednesday January 30th 2008 was erected a new Byzantine Catholic Eparchy in Bratislava and the Slovak Byzantine Catholic Church was elevated to the status of Metropolitan Church sui iuris. Our parish church was elected as the cathedral church. Follow the news here.
In the street of 29th August (ulica 29. augusta) in the larger centre of Bratislava. (Between the Bus station Mlynské Nivy and the supermarket TESCO, in the st. Andrews cemetery).
GPS: +48° 8' 52.44", +17° 7' 16.72" (48.147899, 17.121312)
- trolleybus 202, 205, 206, 208
- or to the Bus station Mlynské Nivy by bus 21, 25, 50, 70, 78, 88; trolleybus 210 (and about 5 minutes to walk)
- or to Špitálska street (stop Mariánska) by tram 1, 4, 11, 14 (and about 7 minutes to walk)
Address of the Eparchial Curia and Parish house:
Gréckokatolícky farský úrad Bratislava
ul. 29. augusta 7
SK-811 08 Bratislava
+421-2-52 93 28 56
Father Rastislav Čižik
Morning Office=Utiereň (in Church Slavonic)
Divine Liturgy (in Church Slavonic)
Divine Liturgy (in Slovak)
Vespers (in Church Slavonic)
Mon - Sat:
Divine Liturgy (Mon, Wed, Fri in Church Slavonic; Tue, Thu a Sat in Slovak) Saturdays and before great feasts 17:45 vespers.
Divine services on Sundays during the months July and August:
Morning office=Utiereň (in Slovak)
Liturgy (in Slovak)
Liturgy (in Church Slavonic)
Divine services for students in the University pastoral center:
Liturgy (in Slovak) - the liturgy of following Sunday
* during the school year
Our parish was founded in 1936 by the blessed bishop-martyr Pavel Gojdich, OSBM. The church was built in 1859-1861 and was originally a Roman Catholic Church (here you can see the view of the church before the iconostasis was built). Byzantine Catholics have used this church for about 30 years. The iconostasis was built in December 1996, the icons were painted by Rastislav Bujna.
We invite you to listen to the chants of our church choirs Chrysostomos and Kyrillomethodeon. (All songs are in mp3.)
Our parish was among the first in Slovakia that have had an own internet page. Here can you see its first version (1994).
Official webpage of The Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Bratislava (only in Slovak).
This is not an official homepage of the Byzantine Catholic Parish of Bratislava.
(c) andreios 2011-08-20