Calendar of Events
I.H.M. Sisters to hold vocation night Oct. 29
Single young women 18-35 are invited to join the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary for an evening of pizza, prayer and informal sharing on Friday, Oct. 29 at the IHM Motherhouse in Malvern.
Theology on Tap coming to St. Charles Seminary
The event for young adults, ages 21-35, is set for Friday, Oct. 22. A holy hour with eucharistic adoration begins at 6 p.m., with the main feature -- a panel discussion with seminarians -- to follow. Music and fun continue until 10:30.
Rwandan genocide survivor to speak at St. David Parish
In an Advent season event Dec. 15, the Willow Grove parish will welcome Immaculée Ilibagiza to share her miraculous story on finding forgiveness through God's mercy. It will be followed by refreshments and a book signing.
Black Catholics Office presents Day of Reflection Nov. 20
The Office for Black Catholics invites all to reflect on "Renewing the Human Family" during a day of prayer, music and conversation featuring Sister Cora Marie Billings, R.S.M.
Benedictine Center offers Retreat Day on Prayer Oct. 23
The retreat focuses on various forms of personal prayer, with opportunities to experience them. Participants may choose to arrive early for 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer and 8 a.m. Mass.
Day of Charismatic song, reflection and prayer Oct. 30
"A Door of Hope" is the theme for a day that includes praise and worship, morning and afternoon reflections, Mass, a healing service and two meals.
Fatima holy hour for end to pandemic coming Oct. 13
The World Apostolate of Fatima is sponsoring the devotion to include the rosary and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at St. Timothy Church in Northeast Philadelphia.
Child exploitation topic of Respect Life Forum
The Respect Life Committee of Holy Martyrs Parish, Oreland is sponsoring the Oct. 20 discussion on "Human Trafficking and the Exploitation of Children."
St. Joseph’s to host Mass in October for healing from addiction
St. Joseph Parish in Spring City will host the Oct. 30 liturgy, followed by a blessing for healing, for those whose lives have been touched by any kind of substance abuse.
Philadelphia’s 1844 riots topic of fall lecture
The American Catholic Historical Society's annual talk on Tuesday, Oct. 19 features historian Dr. Zachary Schrag speaking about "The Fires of Philadelphia: The Nativist Riots of 1844."