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Thomas Awiapo faced bleak poverty and hunger growing up in his village in Ghana, but survived thanks to Catholic Relief Services. He will share his story over a simple meal Wednesday, April 9 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.
Malvern Retreat House offers a discount on the May 30-31 retreat for young adults, single or married, if they register before April 25.
Msgr. John Conway will celebrate Mass April 7 at Mary Mother of the Redeemer Church, after which guest speaker Joseph Stanton will detail the efforts to protect the First Amendment Rights of pro-life citizens and deliver a tribute to his father, John Stanton.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley will celebrate a Mass on the U.S.-Mexico border April 1 to commemorate the 6,000 migrants deaths in the desert since 1998. People at home are invited to take part and get involved with immigration reform.
The Upper Darby parish invites everyone to sample foods from some 20 countries and “celebrate the rich cultures in our community,” according to the pastor, Father Sean O’Neill.
The four major Catholic shrines in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia invite everyone to join in a Holy Hour of prayer for the visit of the pope to Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families in the city in 2015.
Dr. James Coplan will speak at Neumann University on Tuesday, April 1, about developmental disorders and his professional experience dealing with children and young adults who have been diagnosed with these disorders.
The festive celebration March 22 at Mother Teresa Regional Catholic School will offer food, drink, live music by the Irish band “Great Craic,” bagpipers and drummers, Irish Dancers, open mic time and raffles.