News Releases from the Archdiocese
Catholic Social Services’ Northeast Family Service Center To Host Fourth Annual Senior Community Services FairPublish date: June 19, 2019
The Northeast Family Service Center (NEFSC), a ministry of Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CSS), will host its fourth annual Senior Community Services Fair.
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An authentic relationship with the Father, Son and Spirit should reveal itself in the very real fruits of virtue -- patience, joy, charity -- rather than in emotions and extraordinary signs, says Father Joseph LoJacono.
Karl Miller is a Catholic gay man who has a three-point plan for building a bridge of dialogue between the Catholic community and the gay community through education, evangelization and prayer.
Independent Reconciliation and Reparations Program to Support Survivors of Clergy Sexual Abuse (IRRP)
The IRRP will be administered independently of Church leadership or influence and provide financial compensation to those sexually abused as minors by clergy of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. To learn more about this program or to submit a claim, please visit www.PhiladelphiaArchdioceseIRRP.com
Remain in My Love
Archbishop Chaput’s 3-year initiative for the renewal of marriage and family life in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Learn more at archphila.org/remain.
Gifts made to the Catholic Charities Appeal support close to 180 ministries and programs.
Cathedral Basilica Cantate Domino Children’s Choir Camp
The Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul will host the Cantate Domino choir camp for children of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia this summer July 8th -10th. The three-day camp is open to all children ages 7-15 and will conclude with a concert at the Cathedral Basilica. For more information please visit: cathedralphila.org/music/choirs-at-the-cathedral-basilica/
Saint Katharine Drexel Shrine
The newly constructed Saint Katharine Drexel Shrine at the Cathedral Basilica in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is open for visitation and prayer. Click here to learn more.
With 141 schools across five counties, find a school that is right for you.
Explore the Archdiocese’s Elementary, Secondary, Special Education and Early Childhood Programs.
Strangers in a Strange Land
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput has authored a new book offering guidance on how Christians―and particularly Catholics―can live their faith vigorously in a post-Christian public square. Click here to learn more and order your copy.
Archdiocesan Audited Financial Statements and Additional Financial Information
For copies of current audited financial statements for entities of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia as well as information about the Archdiocesan Finance Council and parish financial policies, please click here.
File an EthicsPoint Report
The Archdiocese has selected EthicsPoint to provide you with a way to anonymously and confidentially report actual or possible violations of financial policies.
The Keys and Sword Event 2019
The Keys and Sword Event is the annual fundraising effort of the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. This year’s event will take place on Friday, June 28th, 6:30 p.m. at The Logan Philadelphia Hotel. To learn more please visit http://cathedralphila.org/keys/.
Office for Divine Worship Workshops
The Office for Divine Worship offers workshops for lectors and ministers of Holy Communion that are designed to provide ongoing formation for this important liturgical ministry.
For stressed or troubled marriages
The Retrouvaille Program consists of a weekend experience with 6-12 post-weekend sessions over 3 months. It provides the tools to help put your marriage in order again. The main emphasis of the program is on communication in marriage between husband and wife.
Hope in Christ: Spiritual Support for Addiction
The Church desires to be close to her children who are struggling with addiction and to bring them the healing power of Jesus Christ’s love. Visit the Hope in Christ website to find local Catholic events and resources to support you.
The Office of Youth and Young Adults for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia exists to reveal the real person of Jesus, to help people discover their identity in Him, and to assure everyone that they belong in His Church.
Disabilities & Autism Help-Line
Do you need help accessing services and supports for someone with an intellectual disability or Autism? This convenient help-line can help families connect to disabilities services provided by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
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