Holy Innocents and two special education schools team up for graduation
The students joined thousands who are graduating this month from the archdiocese's 141 schools throughout the five-county Philadelphia area.
St. Gabriel’s horticultural program plants the seeds of success
Out of the city and living in the Montgomery County countryside, at-risk young men are learning in the classroom and on the grounds how to plant vegetables and maintain lawns while working as teammates.
Mary’s ‘beloved children’ honor her with May procession
Some 80 children and adults of St. Edmond's Home and the Divine Providence and Don Guanella communities honored the Blessed Mother on May 9. The celebration included sensory-specific devotions and lively Marian hymns.
Prom Gear Exchange offers teens style and savings
The annual Catholic Social Services event, which offers gently used formal attire for free, helps teens attend the big dance without breaking the budget.
How ‘Nova basketball gets with the (spiritual) program
Anthem, the archdiocesan youth and young adult ministry, sat down with Father Rob Hagan, chaplain of the Villanova Men's basketball team, to discuss faith at the core of the winning program.
Catch sights and sounds from Concert of Excellence
Watch our video of the annual concert featuring musicians and singers from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Last second of Roman-Bonner PCL title game
Watch the final seconds and ensuing celebration of the Philadelphia Catholic League boys' basketball championship Feb. 26 at the Palestra.
Final minute of Roman-Bonner PCL title game
Watch the dramatic closing moments of the Philadelphia Catholic League boys' basketball championship Feb. 26 at the Palestra between Bonner-Prendergast and Roman Catholic.
De La Salle Vocational’s boys tell their story to help young kids
Teens in the archdiocesan program for at-risk youth shared their experiences of overcoming poverty, substance abuse and trauma with eighth graders at Our Lady of Port Richmond Regional School in 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.