Calendar of Events
‘Called to Community: The Life Jesus Wants for His People’
The discussions around this book are an invitation to explore the many facets of community — that unity with God in Jesus that gives birth to a oneness in the Spirit, which we call the church.
Stumbling in Holiness: Sin and Sanctity in the Church By Brian Flanagan
In Stumbling in Holiness, professor and theologian Brian P. Flanagan addresses the ways in which both holiness and sinfulness condition the life of the pilgrim church.
Triduum 2019 ‘Easter is Three Days’ conference
Come to pray these holiest days of the year at Daylesford Abbey. Complementing the liturgies on Good Friday and Holy Saturday are morning conferences where Father Andrew Ciferni.
Ash Wednesday — Beginning the 40 Days of Lent
The conferences of this Day of Recollection will not only offer some thoughts on each of the three traditional Lenten practices but also examine how “one needs the other.”
Basilian Spirituality Center Open House
Enjoy food and conversation while touring the Center and learning about our Spring 2019 Program Schedule. Beer, wine, and cheese served.
St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Dance at St. Francis Xavier Parish
Come all ye lads and lassies to the annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner and Dance. Sean Fleming will provide music once again and a surprise visit from the Irish School of Dancing.
Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Candlemas (High Mass)
High Mass with the blessing of Candles starting at 9 am.
Your child is invited to spend the day with us on Monday, January 21st at 8:30am. They will get to experience a "day in the life" of one of our students.
Local World Youth Day in Philadelphia
Local World Youth Day Philadelphia will be a spiritually uplifting event for young adults 18-35. This event will consist of time for Mass, prayer, Adoration, social fellowship and time for personal reflection.
Black women religious featured at seminar for youth
The archdiocesan Office for Black Catholics will offer a Feb. 12 workshop on Mother Mary Lange and Mother Theresa Maxis, two women of color who each founded religious congregations.