The College and Theology seminarians of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary will return to campus to mark the start of the academic year on Tuesday, August 22nd beginning with registration and moving-in to the dorms.
STATEMENT OF ARCHBISHOP CHARLES J. CHAPUT, O.F.M. CAP. REGARDING RACIAL VIOLENCE IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA
Racism is a poison of the soul. It’s the ugly, original sin of our country, an illness that has never fully healed. Blending it with the Nazi salute, the relic of a regime that murdered millions, compounds the obscenity. Thus the wave of public anger about white nationalist events in Charlottesville this weekend is well warranted. We especially need to pray for those injured in the violence.
Office for the New Evangelization of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia To Co-Host The First WINE National Catholic Women’s Conference
The Office for the New Evangelization of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia along with WINE (Women In the New Evangelization) invites women of all ages to come together for a day of inspiration, faith, fellowship, and fun at the inaugural WINE National Catholic Women’s Conference. A sell-out crowd of 1200 women is expected.
Catholic Social Services Of The Archdiocese Of Philadelphia Provides 25 High School Youth Educationally Enriched Work Opportunities
For the seventh consecutive year, Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia is implementing the Summer WorkReady Program managed by the Philadelphia Youth Network. This summer, CSS has provided 25 high school students with educationally enriched work opportunities at various Out-of-School Time program sites.
Celebrating one faith and many traditions
Philadelphia Catholics to be Commissioned Father Tolton Ambassadors; Will Promote the Sainthood Cause and Life of Our Nation’s First Black Catholic Priest
Tolton Ambassadors are commissioned to share information with the faithful about the significance of Father Tolton’s Cause for Sainthood; promote prayer for the success of this cause; and educate others about the life and impact of Father Tolton.
Archbishop Chaput’s Weekly Column: “A Moment for Women in the New Evangelization”
When an event sells out five weeks in advance with 300 people on a waiting list, it’s safe to conclude a few things. First, the event matters. Second, it’s meeting a serious need. Third, the topic greatly interests its intended audience.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia, in conjunction with the Catholic Grandparents Association, and Saint Monica Parish (Chester County), will host a day of learning, sharing, prayer, and support for grandparents in the five-county region encompassing the Archdiocese.