Calendar of Events

Seminary’s lay graduates invited to day of recollection

The Alumni Association of the School of Theological Studies (formerly the Religious Studies Division) at St. Charles Seminary is hosting a reflection, Mass and barbecue for graduates on June 26.

Pat Ciarrocchi to receive honor at Cardinal Foley Symposium

The longtime TV broadcaster will receive the Foley Award in Communications May 26. A panel discussion on World Communications Day precedes the award luncheon and is open to the public.

St. Margaret School, Narberth, to toast two longtime teachers

Second grade teacher Dolores Lopresti has taught for 40 years at the regional school and first grade teacher Jane Krause has devoted 35 of her 40 years in education there. They will be honored May 20.

Collingdale parish hosting carnival

St. Joseph's in the Delaware County borough will offer rides, food and entertainment at its parish carnival June 1-4.

St. Hubert’s HS alumnae to host riverside event

Bambies by the River will be held on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 3 to 7 p.m. at Maggie's Waterfront Cafe in Philadelphia. All Bambies and friends ages 21 and over are welcome.

Culture Project to host event at St. Charles Seminary

The second annual Mass and Brunch on Saturday, April 30 will celebrate the organization’s mission of life, love, virtue and cultural restoration.

Alumni of church orphanges to host memorial Mass

The Friends of St. Francis, an alumni group of the former St. Francis Vocational School, will sponsor a Mass for deceased residents of the former Catholic child care institutions of the archdiocese.

St. Michael’s hosts outdoor mission series

St. Michael Parish in North Philadelphia is holding its second annual Great Mission on five consecutive Sundays in the Easter season through mid-May in Norris Square Park, six blocks from the church.

Chornobyl disaster, war in Ukraine focus of prayer service

Christians in the region will gather Sunday, April 17 at the Ukrainian cathedral in Philadelphia to commemorate in prayers and songs the world's worst nuclear catastrophe and the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Royersford parish choir to perform concert

Sacred Heart Parish will present a free concert Sunday, May 1 featuring music by composers such as Henry Purcell, Ludwig von Beethoven and Franz Schubert, and hymns dedicated to Mary.