Shapiro’s Cut to Real Alternatives Leaves Pennsylvania Women with No Alternatives
"It’s a devastating move that will deprive women throughout the state of vital resources at a time when they are struggling, vulnerable, and in need," writes Amy Stoner, Director of Catholic Social Services Community Based and Housing and Homeless Services Division.
Empowering Parents to Safeguard Children as They Head Back to School
"As we embark on this back-to-school journey together, I’m sharing some essential insights and tips that can empower parents to safeguard their children against abuse and neglect," writes Leslie J. Davila, Director of the Archdiocesan Office for Child and Youth Protection.
The Angel Award – Inspiring Evangelization
Sarah Hanley, President and Chief Executive Officer of the The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia, talks about an inspiring new grant offered by the foundation focused on evangelization.
A Chance To Be Seen as God Sees Us
Doug Sanford, a parishioner at St. Martin De Porres Church, offers a reflection on his experience attending the 13th National Black Catholic Congress.
Taking the Long Way Home
In his recent column, Matthew Gambino reflects on taking an out-of-the-way drive -- joined by the memories of years past and the present reality -- after visiting with his elderly mother.
Socially Responsible Investing and Catholic Social Teaching
"CFGP’s fund holders can have peace of mind that their funds are being managed in a manner that is both fiscally prudent and consistent with their Catholic faith and values," writes Kurt Gabbard, Chief Financial Officer for the The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia.
The Archbishop’s Ministry Support Fund is a Vehicle of Hope for Future Generations
In 2020, The Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia established the Archbishop’s Ministry Support Fund to provide financial assistance to ministries and initiatives identified by Archbishop Pérez as critical to the life and future of the local Church.
‘Write the Vision: A Prophetic Call to Thrive’
"Later this month, close to 3,000 participants from across the nation, including over 100 from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, will gather for the 13th National Black Catholic Congress," writes Father Stephen D. Thorne.
Celebrating 10 Years!
In her latest column, Sarah Hanley writes, "The tremendous impact we’ve made over ten years in operation is only possible because of your generosity to charitable causes seeking to improve the lives of others."
Reflecting on May and our Blessed Mother’s Loving Support
Dr. Brooke C. Tesche, Superintendent of Secondary Schools and Schools of Special Education for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, writes about sharing Jesus’s love, joy, and hope and how to walk with the grace our Blessed Mother taught us.