68th Annual Archbishop’s Benefit for Children Christmas Party
Catholic Social Services hosted its 68th annual Archbishop’s Benefit for Children Christmas Party Dec. 20 for more than 500 children and youth.
Cardinal O’Hara Students Give Local Children Gifts and Prayers This Christmas
Some 546 children are receiving gifts and prayers from students, families, and faculty members of Cardinal O’Hara High School in Delaware County.
Archdiocesan summer camp gives kids ‘a bit of heaven on earth’
The messy fun of Camp Rainbow shines in the smiles of kids from St. Edmond's Home for Children, part of Catholic Social Services' continuum of care for persons with disabilities.
Little learners claim diplomas, with eye to kindergarten
More than 50 graduates of the archdiocesan Casa del Carmen Preschool Academy in North Philadelphia turned their tassels June 24, to the cheers of teachers, staff and family.
Little learners cool off after long school year
Kids at the archdiocesan Casa del Carmen Preschool Academy celebrated the end of the term with shaved ice, beating the heat and savoring the moment amid challenging times.
Annual party brings Christmas magic and message to kids
From angels and alpacas to Santa and superheroes, the 66th annual Archbishop's Benefit for Children Christmas party delighted hundreds of kids, while instilling in them the meaning of Jesus' birth.
Christmas bash for kids shows Jesus is the real ‘superhero,’ says archbishop
Archbishop Nelson Pérez donned a red Superman cape Dec. 20 for the 66th annual Archbishop's Benefit for Children party, where he reminded some 300 children that Christ's love is the ultimate power.
Despite COVID and snowstorm, Christmas still came for kids
The Archbishop's Benefit for Children, an annual fundraiser that concludes with a lavish holiday party for kids, looked different this year but the joy and hope it creates remained stronger than ever.
Camp offers summer fun, even in a pandemic
At St. Edmond's Home for Children, watermelon sprinklers and a homemade "drive-through" aquarium are bringing joy to medically fragile kids during a challenging time.
Amid gloom of COVID, Camp Rainbow shines
With bubble wrap fireworks and coffee-filter jellyfish, the archdiocesan summer program for intellectually disabled children is finding ways to keep kids safe while having fun.