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 email@example.com
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The Rectory office will be closed on Holy Thursday, April 13th and Good Friday, April 14th. The Rectory will also be closed on Easter Monday April 17th; however the Pot of Gold drawing will still take place that evening as scheduled. Pot of Gold Tickets can be dropped off at the Rectory by using […]
Monsignor McCormac will be available for the Sacrament of Reconciliation this evening, April 12th at 7:00 PM . Since there will be no Confessions on Holy Saturday afternoon, this will be the last opportunity to receive the Sacrament at Saint Frances Cabrini before Easter.
On behalf of Bishop Timothy C. Senior, Rector of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, I am pleased to share the following. Today, the Seminary announced that that it will award a Doctor of Humane Letters degree, honoris causa, to United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito at its Concursus ceremony on Wednesday, […]
Last week, the Senate passed the resolution of disapproval to override a rule change made late in the Obama Administration that prevented states from redirecting Title X family planning funding away from abortion providers like Planned Parenthood to community health centers that provide comprehensive primary and preventive health care. The House passed it in mid-February. […]
Today, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia is pleased to announce that the Office of Youth and Young Adults has been officially renamed ANTHEM. The new name was chosen as a result of careful prayer, consideration, and market research to gauge what would appeal to contemporary youth and young adults. ANTHEM has its basis in the biblical […]
After much planning and after six weeks of renovations, Monsignor McCormac formally presented the newly installed stained glass window of the Crucifixion. As our parishioners know, especially the former members of St. Joseph the Worker Parish, this beautiful stained glass window stood over the entrance to the St. Joseph the Worker Church. As […]