Archbishop Perez thanks dedicated social workers
Archdiocesan Catholic Human Services marks National Social Work Month this March, and the archbishop has recorded a special video to celebrate the occasion.
To end racism, start with yourself
Gerald T. Davis, a member of St. Isaac Jogues Parish in Wayne, shares his own harrowing experiences of racism -- and how his journey of healing has shown the power of divine love over hatred.
A home of his own, with some advice from Mom
Garrett Goetz enjoys his independent life in a group home within the archdiocesan Communities of Don Guanella and Divine Providence, but still finds time to seek out maternal guidance (and words of love).
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the Kelly Street Chorus
For well over a century, the members of the historic all-male vocal ensemble have been delighting audiences with their performances, and even COVID can't stop the show.
Racial healing begins with ‘seeing people as the beautiful beings God created’
Lucretia Clemons of St. Raymond of Penafort Parish in Philadelphia shares how we can recognize the divine image in others through a commitment to truth, justice and reconciliation.
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.