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The congregation invites all families to come meet the sisters and to take a tour of Our Lady of Angels Convent in Aston on Sunday, Feb. 8.
The Warminster Catholic school hoped to raise $8,000 in a one-day marathon of dancing and fun activities, in tandem with a Penn State University fundraiser. The students instead raised $38,000.
National Guard members from the Horsham Air Guard Station and veterans from Chalfont VFW Post #3258 visited Mary Mother of the Redeemer School at an assembly Jan. 26.
The archdiocesan Office of Catholic Education and the parish community surprised Father Dennis Mooney with an award for his dedication to the parish school and its students, which he called “the love of my life.”
Archbishop Charles Chaput joins Bishop Francis Kalabat of the Chaldean Diocese of St. Thomas the Apostle in encouraging Catholics to pray the rosary and a special prayer for Christians especially in Iraq and Syria.
Students from Kindergarten through eighth grades sang songs, gave thanks and presented plaques to 50 firefighters and police officers visiting the Northeast Philadelphia school this week.
If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down federal subsidies that have helped millions of people get health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act, it will be “an incredible cruelty,” said the president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association.
“Critical to winning this battle” against human trafficking is “the ability to disrupt (its) business model,” a former Marine Corps general said at a media briefing Jan. 29 in Washington.
It is not an overtly “religious” film. Other than a brief funeral scene inside of a church early in the film, there is no mention of God, or of a particular faith or religion. And yet, “Black or White” is, according to its makers and stars, clearly a film that addresses what might be called “faith-based” values and behaviors.
See the daily excerpt from the preparatory catechesis for the 2015 World Meeting of Families, “Love is Our Mission: The Family Fully Alive.”