The residential program for children with intellectual and physical disabilities, based in Rosemont, celebrated its centennial with a Mass celebrated by Auxiliary Bishop John McIntyre Sunday, Sept. 25 at the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul in Philadelphia. The home began in West Philadelphia in 1916 to care for child victims of polio. Today the Catholic Social Services-run facility continues that mission for young people in fragile health who, through the staff and dedicated volunteers, receive 24/7 care. Read more about the Mass and other activities on Respect Life Sunday, here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)