A Special Celebration: Our Healing Mass September 28, 2019

A SPECIAL CELEBRATION OUR HEALING MASS View Photos from the Healing Mass Here  During His ministry on earth, Jesus had a particular concern for sick people; He healed them not just with a word of power, but also with a human and compassionate touch. The Sacrament of the Sick, like all sacraments, is one way […]

Join the Saint Frances Cabrini Youth Choir!

The Saint Frances Youth Choir is Welcoming New Members! Join us Thursday, September 26th from 6-7:00pm in the Multi-Purpose Room.   Please follow and like us:

Cancelled: SFC Designer Bag Bingo Saturday, October 5th

**Due to low ticket sales and various other events on this same date, our Bag Bingo will now be held in February. We look forward to seeing everyone then.  Prizes will be 100% Authentic Designer Purses! Doors open at 6:00 PM, Bingo begins at 7:00 PM. Ticket price includes 3 chances to win on 10 […]

Archbishop Chaput’s Statement Regarding Standoff and Shooting of Philadelphia Police Officers in Tioga-Nicetown

STATEMENT OF ARCHBISHOP CHARLES J. CHAPUT, O.F.M. Cap. REGARDING STANDOFF AND SHOOTING OF POLICE OFFICERS IN TIOGA-NICETOWN “In reflecting on violent acts in our country a short time ago, I remarked that we’d soon be on to the next crisis—and it unfolded right here in our city. Like many Philadelphians I watched the news with […]

Tell Universal to drop plans to release movie of ‘humans hunting humans’

Tell Universal to drop plans to release movie of ‘humans hunting humans Universal Studios is taking a page out of Satan’s evil and demonic playbook as it gets ready to release “The Hunt” in theaters in September. The movie is a graphic and extremely violent film that portrays humans hunting other humans for sport. In […]

Biking for Vocations!!

Summer 2019 | Special Edition – August Biking for Vocations – August 2019 Dear Vocation Supporter – Greetings! On Thursday, August 8th, several seminarians from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary will kick off the 5-day Biking for Vocations Pilgrimage. Fr. Chris Cooke, Director of the Spiritual Year, will also be joining the seminarians. Between August 8-12th, the seminarians will cycle […]

Tell the National Education Association to drop pro-abortion stand

Tell National Education Association to drop abortion platform Among the most powerful entities in the United States are teachers’ unions. Just last week at the National Education Association’s (NEA) annual conference, the NEA, which is the largest teachers’ union in the U.S., with more than 3 million members, approved New Business Item 56, a resolution expressing full and […]

Electrical Outage Continues – Pot of Gold Drawing Held on Tuesday

The electrical outage on the Parish campus continues today.  The rectory office is running on a generator, but we do not have phone service.  The Pot of Gold drawing was held in the rectory on Tuesday evening and the winner sheet is now available on the Pot of Gold page.  Many thanks to our dedicated […]

Pot of Luck Drawing Postponed till Tuesday 7/23

Due to a Power Outage, the Pot of Luck Drawing is postponed till Tuesday, July 23rd. Please follow and like us:

What Really Happened on July 4th, 1776

As we celebrate Independence Day, I want to share an excellent short article by historian Stephen McDowell titled “What Really Happened on July 4th.” Please read it and share with friends and family. To me, what happened on that day, 243 years ago, is one of the most monumental days in human history outside the events of the […]

Chloe Kondrich: the global impact of one young girl with Down Syndrome

Chloe Kondrich: the global impact of one young girl with Down Syndrome Kurt and Chloe Kondrich, a teenager with Down syndrome, tell “an incredible story of life, death, disability, and the power of an innocent child to bring people unity, hope and peace,” to quote Maria Gallagher. This wonderful Father/Daughter team will be featured at […]

Register for our PREP program today! Early Registration available.

REGISTER It is now time to enroll for the 2019-2020 PREP year.  Classes will continue to be held on Monday evenings and Tuesday evenings from 6:30 PM to 7:45 PM. Kindergarten will only be offered on Monday evening and SPRED will only be offered on Tuesday evening. SPRED is a program of religious instruction specifically […]

Call for Funding Increase for Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC)

As you may know, Governor Wolf vetoed a proposed $100-million increase in theEducational Improvement Tax Credit, which is a huge help for Catholic schools. However, budget negotiations continue and we expect to get at least part of that in the final spending plan. That final agreement could come in the next few days. Please urge […]

Please contact your Rep, Senator, and the Governor to ask for a religious exemption for Catholic ado

We come to you with yet another important favor to ask: please urge your Representative, Senator and Governor Wolf to grant a religious exemption on the same-sex parent requirement for Catholic adoption services—commonly known as SWAN (State-Wide Adoption Network). Gov. Wolf is preventing SWAN providers from denying placement to households with same-sex parents. That goes […]

Thank You to Everyone Who Made Camp Cabrini 2019 a Success!

We want to thank all of our parishioners for their support of Camp Cabrini and, in particular, we want to thank the adult and youth volunteers who served as crew leaders, group aides, stations leaders, snack team, decoration team and office aides. Everyone involved experienced a wonderful week of faith, fun and friendship. Thank you! […]


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