Calendar of Events
Belief in a time of suffering
Father Thomas Dailey presents insights into the wisdom of the prophet Job in this free Lenten event March 29 at St. Jude Church, Chalfont.
Talk on Augustinians, Italian Americans, coming to Villanova
The Mission of Italian Augustinians in the United States will be the topic of a presentation March 29 by Augustinian Father Michael Di Gregorio at Villanova University's Falvey Memorial Library.
Doylestown parish invites adults to parenting workshop
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish will host three sessions March 28, April 11 and April 25 with psychologist and researcher Dr. Mariette Danilo to show how parents can help kids navigate an image-conscious world.
The Annual Santacruzan & Flores de Mayo
The Annual Santacruzan & Flores de Mayo & to commemorate the 41st Anniversary Celebration of The FILIPINO-AMERICAN COMMUNITY is being held in May.
AbbeyFest Concert Series coming to three parishes
The series begins Thursday, March 30 at St. Norbert Church in Paoli followed by Friday, March 31 at Nativity of Our Lord in Warminster and concludes on Saturday, April 1 at the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul.
Mothers of Children with Disabilities Retreat Day
This special day is for mothers who are raising children with disabilities and also those who have adult children with disabilities.
Annual Mass and Reception for Persons with Disabilities
Annual Mass and Reception for Persons with Disabilities is being held on April 1.
The Culture Project Banquet & Fundraiser
The Culture Project will be hosting their first ever banquet at SS. Simon and Jude parish in April.
Mission & 40 Hours
St. Anthony Parish in Ambler is hosting a 40 hours event in April.
St. Maria Goretti Parish offers Lenten meal, study and prayers
Participants of the event will share a meatless meal and good company, view a DVD on the sacrament of reconciliation and pray the stations of the cross on March 31.
Eight-week women’s study group looks at role of women
The Endow Women’s Study Group at St. Maria Goretti Parish, Hatfield, will study St. John Paul II’s "Letter to Women" in a series of eight Sunday evenings in the parish center from March through May.