Calendar of Events
Webinar explores ‘prophetic mission’ of St. Katharine Drexel
Catholic Social Services will host a March 4 presentation exploring the Philadelphia saint's service to Black and Native American communities, a legacy that remains a "call to charity and justice."
St. Kevin Parish to host holy hour for those affected by COVID
Augustinian Father Rob Hagan will lead a eucharistic holy hour in memory of all who have died from COVID-19 and for all health care workers Wednesday evening, Feb. 24.
Man Up Philly returns March 6 in all-virtual event
All men in the Philadelphia region are invited to attend the 13th annual Men's Spirituality Conference featuring top speakers in an inspiring day of faith and fellowship.
St. Bede Parish, Holland to host 3-day celebration of St. Joseph
Father David Friel is the guest for the Bucks County parish's triduum for the Year of St. Joseph, with evening liturgies and talks in the church March 17-19.
CRS leaders to talk on forced migration Feb. 20 at Cranaleith
Maureen McCullough and Ella Guimond of Catholic Relief Services’ Northeast Mid-Atlantic Regional team will speak in a Zoom event at Cranaleith Spiritual Center in Northeast Philadelphia.
Six-week class on writing for fun offered online
A "Writing for the Fun of It" course will be offered over six weeks beginning Feb. 24 by Main Line School Night, presented on the Zoom platform.
Isolation of young adults to be discussed in Zoom webinar
The archdiocesan Office for Ministry to Young Adults is sponsoring “Finding God During Times of Isolation and Solitude” on Thursday, Feb. 11 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Virtual prenatal, parenting classes offered by Catholic Social Services
CSS' Bucks County Family Service Center in Levittown is holding virtual events and classes to support pregnant women and new mothers.
Pastor examines Father Augustus Tolton, Black Catholic experience
In a Feb. 10 online presentation, Father Stephen Thorne of St. Martin de Porres Parish in Philadelphia will explore the life of the first African American priest ordained in the U.S., while tracing new opportunities for church renewal.
Girls’ Catholic education, Little Flower HS, topic of talk
The American Catholic Historical Society will present a free online event on “Little Flower High School and Catholic Girls' Education in Philadelphia” Sunday, Feb. 21.