Calendar of Events
‘What’s a Wolf to Do?’ at Immaculata
Immaculata University’s Cue and Curtain Players will perform its Children’s Theatre production March 25 to 27 in the university's Alumnae Hall.
Divorce and Beyond
The program for men and women working to heal the wounds of divorce will be held Tuesday evenings from April 7 to July 7 at St. Bede Parish, Holland.
St. Gianna feast day Mass
The Society of St. Gianna Beretta Molla at Nativity of Our Lord Church in Warminster will host the annual feast day Mass for the saint on Tuesday, April 28.
Mental illness support group
The National Alliance on Mental Illness Support Group meets at St. Ignatius Church in Philadelphia for caregivers of a family member or friend living with mental illness.
May procession planned for cathedral
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is hosting a May procession on Sunday, May 3. Mary’s Court for Crowning will be selected from essays on the theme, “Why My Family Calls Upon Mary.”
Rock band performs for Little Sisters’ benefit
The Little Sisters of the Poor's spring concert features Scythian on Saturday, April 11 at Villanova University. Proceeds benefit the elderly residents of Holy Family Home, operated by the sisters.
How to plan for the big event with the pope
Learn what it takes to prepare for the visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia this September during a discussion Thursday, March 19 at 2 p.m. at Neumann University.
Archbishop Chaput to lead 4-part series on religious freedom
The Krol Chair of Moral Theology at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary will host the starting Tuesday, March 17, with a talk by the archbishop. The series examines religious liberty in light of Vatican II.
Berwyn parish’s ‘helping hands’ ready to feed 10,000 in Africa
More than 200 volunteers from St. Monica Parish will break down palettes of food from Catholic Relief Services and repackage them in to smaller bags to feed the needy people of Burkina Faso on March 15.
Cultural Heritage Mass coming to cathedral
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput will celebrate the annual Mass with members of all the immigrant groups residing in the Philadelphia Archdiocese on Saturday, March 14.