People and Events

St. Lucy Day School principal honored

Sister Lisa Ann Lettiere, I.H.M., was named the Blindness and Low Vision Studies Alumna of the Year 2018 from the Alumni Association of Salus University.

Become a Cathedral Ambassador

The Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul in Philadelphia is recruiting new individuals throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to welcome visitors and answer questions.

St. Thomas More honors fathers during its 50th jubilee year

The Pottstown parish kicked off a year-long celebration in May, with multiple events that will culminate in a May 2019 Mass to be celebrated by Archbishop Charles Chaput.

St. Jude parishioners visit Divine Providence Village

Fun, fellowship and craft-making marked the April 21 day of service, which was part of this year's Catholic Charities Appeal.

Walkathon draws Nativity of Our Lord School community

The 27th annual event brought out students, faculty, parents and siblings for a walk around the grounds of the Warminster Catholic school, and that of its neighbor, Archbishop Wood High School.

St. Martin of Tours School runs gala to support tuition aid

Among the honorees at the fundraiser were Wendell Young IV, Christian Brother Richard Kestler and Mary Harkins. The annual event has helped the school increase enrollment.

St. John the Baptist creates cross of Lenten petitions

The Manayunk parish will bring the needs of its flock to Christ on Good Friday in a dramatic display.

Cereal, peanut butter collected to help Mercy ministries in city

Mercy Neighborhood Ministries benefited from recent donations that will provide 2,925 bowls of cereal and 2,557 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for needy families in North Philadelphia.

For one Philly priest, all roads lead to Rome

After serving throughout the Philadelphia archdiocese, Father James Oliver returns to Rome to join the Vatican's Congregation for the Clergy -- and to reconnect with old friends.

St. John’s Hospice savors the taste of Super Bowl victory

Residents of the Catholic Social Services ministry benefited from a cash donation and a clam chowder luncheon, thanks to a friendly wager between Archbishop Chaput and his colleagues in Boston.