People and Events

Catholic Foundation welcomes new CFO

James Moretti, a member of Immaculate Conception Parish in Jenkintown, brings more than 30 years of financial management experience to his new role.

Papal Foundation adds key members to team

Longtime Catholic development professionals Sharon Kucia and Ian Rangel will expand the organization's efforts to help the most vulnerable in the developing world.

St. Hubert HS alumna returns as principal

Gina MacKenzie, a Class of 1993 graduate, has been appointed principal of the Bambies effective Aug. 15.

New principal for Bishop Shanahan HS announced

Dr. Robert W. Moran, currently the school's assistant principal, will step into his new role July 20. He succeeds Father John Donia, who was recently named the school's president.

De Sales Oblates elect new provincial

Father Jack Kolodziej, O.S.F.S., has been elected to head up the order's Wilmington-Philadelphia Province, which has a long and rich history of ministry within the Philadelphia Archdiocese.

Catholic Charities heads back to the ballpark for ‘Night with the Phillies’

Proceeds from the June 30 match between the Phils and the Atlanta Braves will benefit ministries aiding special education, hunger relief, afterschool care and homelessness.

Caring for Friends honors year’s top volunteers

The non-profit organization recognized some of its 10,000 volunteer individuals and partners that helped pack and distribute 12 million pounds of food last year to the needy of the Philadelphia region, especially homebound people.

Group from Papal Foundation attends Legatus gathering

Dave Savage, a St. Norbert parishioner in Paoli and executive director of the Papal Foundation, attended the Legatus Summit recently in Florida, where he accompanied the foundation's Stewards of St. Peter.

Peace is the message for passersby

As at many parishes in the Philadelphia Archdiocese, Our Lady of the Assumption in Strafford, Chester County is reminding area residents to pray for peace during Lent, as a sign erected outside the church shows.

Moms teach their daughters at city Catholic school

At Our Mother of Consolation in Chestnut Hill, several teachers have daughters who attend the school.