We come together as a diverse and welcoming community to glorify, praise and give thanks to God through Jesus Christ. Inspired by God's Word and the Eucharist, we go forth to serve the needs of our parish and the extended community.
We are called through the Holy Spirit to spread the Gospel message and reach out to the poor and oppressed. We are commited to know, understand and love each other as member of Christ's body.
Our annual pilgrimage of penance and preparation for the festival of Easter begins on Ash Wednesday, March 5th. Mass, including the Distribution of Ashes, will be celebrated at Holy Spirit at 8:00AM and at 9:30AM. Ashes will be imposed during a prayer service at 1:30PM at the Harvard Ave. campus of Archbishop Lyke School, 18230 […]Read More
The Knights and Ladies of St. Peter Claver recently sponsored the 13th annual Archbishop James P. Lyke African-American Male Image Awards. As noted in the program, those receiving the award are to be commended for their “contributions and continued commitment to the needs of others in your church, community and profession.” During the brunch gathering […]Read More
The former high altar that once filled the sanctuary of St. Catherine (of Alexandria) Church on East 93rd Street was recently reinstalled to serve as the Altar of Repose in the new St. Catherine (of Siena) Church in Wake Forest, North Carolina. The altar can be seen the background of the picture taken a few […]Read More
Archbishop Lyke School Open House/Application meetings for the 2014-2015 school year are scheduled for Wednesday, February 12th at 6:30pm at the Middle School Campus at Holy Spirit Parish and Tuesday, March 11th at 6:30pm at the Elementary School campus at 18200 Harvard Ave. Both meetings outline the entire K-8 educational program. Please remember that the […]Read More
The new logo, crafted with images reflective of the parish by web designer Victor Howe, is found at the top left corner of the home page. Set in a circle rather than on the customary crest, the central images on the logo are surrounded by patterns of Kente cloth found here at Holy Spirit Church. Modern forms […]Read More