Calendar of Events

Hitchcock thriller headlines during young adult movie night at the seminary

Can watching a Hitchcock film help you understand the sacrament of reconciliation? Find out during Young Adult Movie Night at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.

Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshop

This half day workshop is designed to help congregations strengthen their ministry through equipping lay people as caregivers.

Christmas at the Cathedral

Cathedral Music Director Charlene Angelini leads an uplifting program of beautiful carols and the traditional music of Christmas, performed by the combined forces of the Cathedral Choir and the choirs of the Philadelphia Archdiocese.

Healing Mass and baptism in the Holy Spirit to be celebrated

Candidates for the rite within a Mass Nov. 2 at St. Katherine Church in Wayne will reaffirm their baptism and confirmation commitment for a deeper personal relationship with the Lord.

Bishop Shanahan High School Open House

The archdiocesan high school in Downingtown, Chester County will open its doors to prospective students on November 12. Tour the school, meets its leaders and students, and visit demonstration classes.

Doylestown parish school hosts 39th annual craft fair

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School will host over 100 artists and crafters at its holiday market, which will also feature a "Bulldog Bistro" and boutique area.

St. Teresa of Calcutta retreat coming to Malvern

All women are invited to this retreat that will be directed by a former close associate of St. Teresa of Calcutta, Father Thomas Sullivan. A first-class relic of the saint and the presence of her Missionaries of Charity are also featured.

Men’s vocal group Cantus leads Concerts at the Cathedral series

The ensemble is widely known for its innovative and engaging performances of music ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century. The group performs Oct.28 at 8 p.m. at the Cathedral Basilica.

Biblical scholar, ecumenism expert to speak Oct. 23 on Reformation

The St. Charles Borromeo Seminary Lecture Series continues on Monday night, Oct. 23 with a talk by Dr. Timothy George on “The Reformation After 500 Years: An Ecumenical Remembrance.”

Food insecurity is focus of Manor College symposium

The Catholic college in Jenkintown will host its third annual Social Justice Symposium on Oct. 24, beginning with a poverty simulation followed by panel discussion concerning food access.