Video Features

Rice Bowl reveals ‘face of Christ,’ says archbishop

Catholic Relief Services' annual Lenten campaign, which combines prayer, fasting, and almsgiving, helps those in need at home and abroad, said Archbishop Nelson Pérez. As an example of "faith in action," Rice Bowl enables participants to draw closer to God and others.

Happy one-year anniversary, Archbishop Pérez!

Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez was installed in February 2020. One year later, listen to his inspiring words before the installation Mass and see scenes from one unforgettable year.

Courage, sense of welcome can help heal racism’s wounds

James E. Andrews, director of the archdiocesan Office for Black Catholics, shares how Catholics can build diverse yet united communities through honest conversations and genuine encounter.

Dialogue key to healing racism, says archbishop

In a new video, Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez shares how authentic listening and communication can begin the process of dismantling racial divisions.

A dose of hope: Vaccine reaches frontline workers, clients

The first jabs of the Moderna inoculation drew tears of joy from staff and residents of Divine Providence Village, a Springfield-based care complex for women with intellectual disabilities.

A Christmas feast in Chester

Families received healthy, hearty meals in time for the holiday (and a smile from Santa) thanks to archdiocesan Nutritional Development Services.

Video marks 65 years of Archbishop’s Benefit for Children Christmas Party

Archbishop Nelson Pérez has released a new video on the annual benefit for children served by archdiocesan Catholic Social Services, along with a Christmas message.

Happy Thanksgiving, from their ‘wacky family’ to yours

Patrick Walsh and Eli Wenger of Martha's Choice Marketplace, an archdiocesan food pantry in Norristown, want you to remember that in good times and bad, "we're all in this together."

In fighting hunger, ‘we’re all in this together’

A new music video from the managers of an archdiocesan food pantry reminds listeners that addressing food insecurity is far from a solo act.

From farmers to families, through the hands of God’s people

Amid ongoing food insecurity, volunteers gathered Oct. 17 to distribute 1,110 boxes of fresh food supplied by the USDA, a longtime partner of archdiocesan Nutritional Development Services.