Calendar of Events
Women veterans invited to retreat day
Cranaleith Spiritual Center will host Song of the Caged Bird: A Retreat Day for Women Veterans on Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Delco parish hosts Sidewalk Servants training session
The June 30 instruction at St. Katherine of Siena in Wayne, led by the Sisters of Life and the Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia, will enable participants to provide a peaceful and practical witness to abortion alternatives.
Bucks County parish hosts annual food festival
St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church in Warrington will offer Ukrainian favorites and raffle prizes in takeout format June 27, with the deadline for orders June 25.
Retreat center offers ‘Outdoor Contemplative Morning’
The July 10 program is an opportunity for friends of Cranaleith to come onsite and enjoy the beauty of Cranaleith that touches the soul.
Cranaleith’s beauty invites all to slow down, go deeper
"Something New: An Outdoor Morning Retreat" on Saturday, July 31 is an opportunity for those who do not have much experience with a spiritual center or a retreat.
Mass honoring Father Tolton set for June 26 at cathedral
A Mass honoring the heroic and virtuous life of the Venerable Augustus Tolton, the first Black Catholic priest in the U.S., will be celebrated by Archbishop Nelson Perez in the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul.
Concert of patriotic music coming to St. Bede Church
A concert for the Northampton, Bucks County community will be held on the eve of Independence Day at the Catholic parish in Holland, featuring patriotic favorites and pop classics.
Monastery hosts Latin Mass for Sacred Heart feast
Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite will be celebrated on June 11 at 7 p.m. at the Carmelite Monastery of St. Joseph and St. Anne.
Webinar explores rituals as entry to the holy
A June 19 online session from Cranaleith Spiritual Center will trace the ways in which even everyday rituals serve as a way of encountering the divine.
Cranaleith hosts online session on prayer, imagination, Scripture
Author and Sister of Mercy Joy Clough will reflect on how all three intersected with human experience in Jesus' own life, and in the stories through which he taught.