People and Events

Local Students Attend Screenings of Cabrini Movie

Over 16,000 students from throughout the five-county region attended screenings of the movie Cabrini.

Andrea Mueller Appointed Associate Director of the Office for Ministry with Young Adults

The appointment becomes effective March 18, 2024.

All Catholic Orchestra Participants Gather for Rehearsal Ahead of Annual Concert

See photos from the Feb. 26 rehearsal for the 2024 All Catholic Orchestra.

Importance of Rest Focus of Talk at Theology on Tap Event in Delco

Young adults from Nativity B.V.M. Parish in Media gathered for a faith-informed discussion on the importance of rest.

Fr. Thorne Offers Theology on Tap Session for Young Adults

At a Feb. 9 Theology on Tap event, Fr. Stephen Thorne said we must continue to ask the Lord to open our eyes and hearts to all of our brothers and sisters, especially during Black History Month.

DeSales VP and Philadelphia Native Gerald Joyce Named President of Mount Saint Mary’s University

Joyce, a Philadelphia native, currently serves as executive vice president of DeSales University near Allentown. He will join the Maryland-based Catholic university July 1.

SS. Cyril & Philomena School host career day during Catholic Schools Week

The theme of this year’s career day was “Catholic Education Leads Us Towards College, Career, & Heaven.”

Holy Cross students help feed the hungry and receive visit from the Phanatic in recognition of their efforts

Students and staff at Holy Cross Regional Catholic School in Collegeville recently enjoyed a surprise visit from the Phillies' Phanatic in recognition of their efforts to help feed our neighbors in need.

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.

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.