Calendar of Events

Virtual career fair for teachers slated for April 16

The Philadelphia Archdiocese is seeking educators interested in teaching pre-K3 through eighth grade for the 2021-2022 academic year. Registration deadline is April 13.

Women veterans invited to free online retreat

“The Flower That Shatters the Stone: A Springtime Retreat for Women Veterans” will be held April 17 -- join other women vets in discovering the beauty and promise we hold.

St. Rita Shrine hosts healing Mass Sunday, April 18

The National Shrine of St. Rita of Cascia invites you and your loved ones for the monthly healing Mass to offer your burdens to the loving and tender mercy of God.  

Life of Father Judge topic of Catholic history talk

William Portier will present the life of Father Thomas Judge (1868-1933) on April 20 via Zoom. Many are unaware of the pioneering priest for which an archdiocesan high school is named.

Mass for those suffering from addiction set for May 11

Father Alessandro Giardini, parochial vicar at St. Eleanor Parish in Collegeville, will celebrate the Mass, hear confessions and lead a rosary so that all may draw strength from one another through faith.

All-Catholic Concert Band performing online April 10

The 74 students representing archdiocesan and private Catholic high schools will perform in a program beginning at 6:30 p.m. from Cardinal O'Hara High School.

Webinar explores history of Philadelphia Franciscan sisters

The Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia will celebrate their April 9 founder's day with a presentation by several members on their mission to the poor, immigrants and other vulnerable populations.

Virtual talk on Passover’s link to crucifixion hosted March 29

Roy Schoeman, a Catholic convert from Judaism, will explain how God's perfect plan for salvation depended on both Judaism and the Catholic Church, resulting on their convergence on Good Friday.

40 Days for Life closes with prayer rally March 27 in Phila.

The Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia invites all to the close of its spring campaign with a prayer rally Saturday morning outside the Philadelphia Women’s Center.

Grief support offered online Thursday nights in April

Cranaleith Spiritual Center offers the virtual “We Will Honor Our Grief: A Support Group” for those who have lost someone dear to COVID-19, old age, illness or racism, or are mourning the evils we commit as a culture.