Calendar of Events
Steadfast Young Adult Women’s Bible Study by Walking with Purpose
This study will show how scripture and the truths of our church are relevant to our everyday lives and the way to a more peace-filled life. Join the weekly event for a time of great conversation.
Sisters of Life Holy Hour: Opening of Fall 2019 40 Days for Life
Join the Sisters of Life as they will host a Holy Hour at the Basilica to kick off the 40 Days for Life Campaign.
Baptized and Sent: Extraordinary Missionary Month
Marisa Guerin, Ph.D., will tell the story of the Little Flower's own conversion and her way of supporting the missions. She will explain why mission begins with an encounter with the Lord Jesus and a commitment to discipleship. Prayer is the indispensable foundation of all our missionary efforts.
The Common Good and the Future of Capitalism Conference
The Collegium Institute presents a conference exploring The Common Good and the Future of Capitalism: New Directions in the Philosophy of Finance.
Why Canonize Newman Now? An Evening Conversation
The Collegium Institute and Penn Catholic Newman Community present an evening conversation exploring the import of Newman's canonization.
Being Catholic in Today’s World, with speaker Lord David Alton
Join an intimate discussion with the renowned member of Parliament on issues related to Catholic identity and heritage, and what the Catholic response should be to persecution in the past, present and future.
Irish dance class for adults at Glenside Knights of Columbus
The Timoney School of Irish Dance will offer weekly lessons for those just stepping onto the floor, starting Sept. 17.
Mass for Health & Healing
On the first Thursday of each month, we conduct Mass which includes the sacrament of anointing for all who might benefit from God’s healing grace whether it be emotional, spiritual or physical distress.
Hiking to Heal
When was the last time you had an opportunity to pause, ponder, and pray about the Lord’s presence and action in your daily life? In Luke 24:32, the story of the road to Emmaus, two discouraged disciples (in the days after Calvary) were walking together when they met a “stranger.”
Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debby Irving
Waking Up White is the book Irving wishes someone had handed her decades ago. By sharing her sometimes cringe-worthy struggle to understand racism and racial tensions, she offers a fresh perspective on bias, stereotypes, manners, and tolerance. As Irving unpacks her own long-held beliefs about colorblindness, being a good person, and wanting to help people of color, she reveals how each of these well-intentioned mindsets actually perpetuated her ill-conceived ideas about race.