Calendar of Events
Philadelphia Franchise Show
The Philadelphia Franchise Show gets you face-to-face with the hottest Franchises and Businesses looking to grow in your market. Plus, FREE seminars from industry professionals empower you with the information you need to know to own a business.
Philadelphia Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
Show your pro-life pride by marching in the Philadelphia Saint Patrick's Day Parade with the Pro-Life Union of Greater Philadelphia.
Gladwyne parish hosts Lenten mission March 22-25
St. John Vianney Parish welcomes renowned preacher, Dominican Father Stephen Hayes, who will offer a Parish Lenten Mission and preach at weekend Masses and nightly reflections.
Schwenksville parish readies for Divine Mercy Sunday
Father Louis Bellopede will lead St. Mary Parish's annual Divine Mercy Sunday Holy Hour April 19. After benediction an image of the Divine Mercy and saints' relics will be available for veneration.
Second Sundays with the Culture Project
Join The Culture Project and friends at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul and Mace’s Crossing (down the street from the Cathedral) for a night of prayer and fun.
Family Pancake Breakfast Buffet
All you can eat buffet, includes pancakes, sausage, bacon, juice, tea and coffee. Gluten-free available. $10. adults $5. child
Saint Clements church 50th year class reunion class of 1970
Calling all class of 1970 from Saint Clements grade school. We would love to see you at our 50th year reunion cost of the ticket is $60 for a DJ ,door prizes , and dinner we would love to see everyone there to share old memories and make new ones.
CANCELED – Catholic mom shows how to ‘be brave in the scared’
In a March 26 talk at St. Mary Magdalen Parish in Media, author Mary Lenaburg will share how she learned to trust God during difficult times.
American Catholic Historical Society
You are invited to attend the Annual ACHS St. Patrick's Day Party.
The Shroud of Turin, a silent witness of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
The Shroud of Turin is a centuries-old linen cloth which bears the image of a crucified man, a man that millions believe to be Jesus Christ. Immaculata University has invited a speaker who has spent thirty years studying the shroud in all its aspects. He will display a life-size replica of the Shroud and a two-foot statue which shows the position of the body of Jesus when he was wrapped in the burial cloth before being placed in the tomb.