Calendar of Events
Ukrainian Folk Festival coming to Horsham Aug. 28
The Ukrainian American Sport Center is the venue for a festival of music, dance, food and fun celebrating 25 years of independence for Ukraine. The festival's theme is "United Ukraine -- United With Us."
Polish American Festival coming to Doylestown
More than 25,000 visitors are expected for this year's event, Sept. 4-6 and Sept. 10-11, featuring Polish culture with live music and dance, arts and crafts, ethnic Polish food and amusement rides.
I.H.M. sister to lead day-long program on Our Lady of Sorrows
The Neumann Adult Spirituality Enrichment Ministry in Warminster will offer a program Sept. 14 by Sister Mary Virginia Quinn on how Mary accompanies us through the sorrows and joys of our lives.
International children’s choir coming to Overbrook parish
The Matsiko World Orphan Choir is made up of some of the poorest orphaned and at-risk children from Peru, India and Liberia. They bring their hope-filled message to Our Lady of Lourdes Church Aug. 3.
Mass for peace to be celebrated in Wallingford Wednesday night
Everyone is welcome to the Community Mass for Peace at St. John Chrysostom Church July 20 to lift their united prayers over concerns for the recent incidents of violence in many communities this summer.
Putting the pedal to the (Miraculous) Medal
Young adults are invited to join a fun and faithful bike ride -- the Tour de Shrine -- in which riders will visit three Catholic shrines for prayers, tours and lunch in Philadelphia on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Healing Mass to be celebrated at St. Katharine of Siena Church
The church in Wayne will host the Catholic charismatic Mass on Thursday, July 21 in which a priest and teams of people will pray over all those wanting God's friendship.
Parish hosts day retreat on Padre Pio
Parishioners and staff of St. Maria Goretti Parish, Hatfield, invite all to their annual retreat on Thursday, Sept. 8.
Mass to mark sainthood of Mother Teresa coming to namesake parish
St. Teresa of Calcutta Church in Limerick will host Bishop John McIntyre for a Mass celebrating the canonization of the parish's patron saint on Sunday, Sept. 11 at noon.
Courses on penance, Islam highlight offerings at St. Charles Seminary
The School of Theological Studies at the seminary will present "Penance: The Gift and Mission of Mercy" and "Introduction to Islam" among its fall courses, part of a broad array for men and women studying theology.