Calendar of Events
‘Growing Up Catholic’ theme of annual Spring Lecture
The American Catholic Historical Society will welcome Mary Ellen O'Donnell on April 9 speaking on her new book, "Ingrained Habits: Growing Up Catholic in Mid-20th Century America."
Martin Saints High School plans spring festival
The family event featuring a craft fair, food, flea market and children's games will be held at the school in Oreland on Saturday, April 6.
Pro-Life Quizzo Night
N.E. Phila. Pro-Life Quizzo Night to benefit pro-life outreach and abortion alternative services in Northeast Philadelphia. Admission $25 includes pizza, beer, soft drinks, prizes and DJ.
Spring Concert & Fund Raiser
Event to benefit the Residents of the Holy Family Home, run by the Little Sisters of the Poor.
IHM Nun Run
Join the IHM Sisters for a fun-filled event. Proceeds benefit Camilla Hall, the convent home and health care center for the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Relic of St. John Paul II enshrined in Philadelphia parish
St. John Cantius will receive the first-class relic during a March 16 Mass celebrated in English and Polish by the late pope's personal secretary, Archbishop Mieczyslaw Mokrzynski.
St. Mary Parish serves Friday fish dinners in Lent
From March 15 through April 12, diners can enjoy eat-in or takeout meals that include weekly specials such as salmon and crabcakes, along with homemade desserts and family-friendly prices.
Constantia performs Lenten choral works
St. William Parish in Philadelphia will host the acclaimed ensemble at a free March 17 concert featuring music by Mozart, Tallis and Pergolesi.
Cultural Heritage Mass celebrates ‘one faith, one family’
Archbishop Charles Chaput will be the main celebrant and homilist at the March 23 liturgy, which will unite Catholics from Native American, Asian, African, European, Caribbean and South American groups.
7th graders invited to tour archdiocesan high schools
The annual Seventh Grade Visitation Day on Wednesday, March 20 gives invites students to spend a day meeting students and faculty, and participating in activities at any of the 17 archdiocesan high schools.