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Welcome to Saint Frances Cabrini in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania. On July 1, 2014 we joined together with the parishioners of St. Joseph the Worker Parish to form a new community which serves the needs of the faithful in Fairless Hills, Fallsington and Levittown. As a Catholic community we proclaim Jesus Christ as Light of the World. Learn more about us. Call 215-946-4040 or email

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The Pot of Gold Lottery Program has a new Jackpot Prize Winner!  The $126,000 was awarded tonight! Thank you for your continued support of the Pot of Gold Lottery Program…next week’s Jackpot Prize is $5,000 and you could be the lucky winner!  Tickets are available in the rectory or after all the Masses in the […]

Archbishop Chaput’s Column: A New Overview of a Contested Subject

In his latest column, Archbishop Chaput writes, “The goal of my column this week is simple: pointing readers to The New Atlantis, one of the nation’s best journals about science, technology and their intersection with ethics. Earlier this week (August 22), The New Atlantis released an important new overview of nearly 200 peer-reviewed studies from […]

Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia Announce a New Director of Liturgical Music

Charlene Angelini has been appointed as the new Director of Liturgical Music for the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul Parish and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. She succeeds Dr. John A. Romeri and is the first woman to serve in this position. As you may know, Charlene started her music ministry as a cantor for […]

St. Joseph the Worker – Church Pews

All of the remaining pews from St. Joseph the Worker have found a home.  There are no more pews available, therefore, the pickup time on Saturday, July 30 from 8:00 AM until 12 Noon is no longer necessary and has been cancelled.   If you have any questions, please call Karen David at 215-946-4040.

St. Joseph the Worker – Church Pews

St. Joseph the Worker – Church Pews There are two remaining dates for the removal of pews from St. Joseph the Worker Church. The dates are Wednesday, July 27 from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM and, if necessary, Saturday, July 30 from 8:00 AM until 12 Noon.  Some of the large pews have been cut […]


Monsignor Magee’s 25th Anniversary Celebration

Monsignor Magee’s 25th Anniversary Celebration        On Sunday, June 19th, Monsignor Michael Magee celebrated the 11:00 AM Mass and after the Mass, many parishioners joined Monsignor Magee for a gathering on the Church lawn to congratulate him on his 25th anniversary as a priest and to express our gratitude for his ministry to Church at the Vatican, our Seminary,  and also his […]

Recent Op-Ed Pieces on Amoris Laetitia Guidelines in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia

The recent guidelines issued by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia on the implementation of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia have been the topic of a great deal of media coverage. Today, I am sharing links to two Op-Eds that were published over the weekend that you may find of interest. One is by Christine Flowers […]

Incredible story shows why PA should update its quarter-century-old abortion law

The Today Show recently highlighted the story of Francis William Azize, a baby born in January 2015 at just 23 weeks – and now thriving.   In Pennsylvania, babies like 23-week Francis are able to be aborted. State law permits abortion as far as six months into a pregnancy, up to 24-weeks, 6 days. At […]

Archbishop Chaput’s Statement Regarding Violence in Louisiana, Minnesota and Texas

Archbishop Chaput has released a statement regarding the recent violence in Louisiana, Minnesota and Texas. The full text is below and attached.   “The death of two black men at the hands of police in Baton Rouge and Minnesota this week is a grave source of concern and a tragedy compounding a long and bitter […]

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