Latest News & Announcements

Weekly Message from Monsignor McCormac

Take a tour of our St. Joseph Chapel with Monsignor!

USCCB Releases Statement on Recent Vote on Eucharistic Document

Last week, Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez along with the Catholic bishops of the United States met for their Spring General Assembly (June 16-18) in a virtual format. During the meeting, the full body of bishops voted to task the Committee on Doctrine to draft a formal statement on the meaning of the Eucharist in the life […]

SCOTUS Rules in Key Pennsylvania Religious Liberty Case

We are happy to share the following message from Michael Geer, President of the Pennsylvania Family Institute. I am glad to bring you this breaking news – a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the case Fulton v. City of Philadelphia that restores the right of Catholic Social Services to provide foster care and adoption services that align with its religious […]

Mass of Remembrance for the former Saint Leo the Great Church

Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez will celebrate an outdoor Mass of remembrance across the street from where the church originally stood. All are welcome to join together to remember the church and its importance in the life of the community on Saturday, June 19th. The Mass will begin at 11:00 a.m. and will be live streamed […]

Weekly Message by Audrey Wilson – 6/17/21

Audrey Wilson provides the weekly message!

Happy Birthday Archbishop Pérez

Today, Archbishop Pérez marks his 60th birthday. In recognition of this occasion, the Office for Communications has produced a brief video featuring individuals representing various facets of our local Church. It can be viewed here. The Saint Frances Cabrini Parish Community joins with all the faithful across the Archdiocese in sending prayerful best wishes to […]

Archbishop Pérez’s Messages for the End of the Academic Year

Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez recently shared special video messages for students and school families as well as teachers and administrators to mark the end of the 2020-2021 academic year. These videos were shared across the Archbishop’s social media platforms beginning on Thursday, June 10, 2021 with his message to all students and concluded with his […]

Weekly Message by Jean Madden

Jean Madden, Director of Religious Education, gives the weekly message.

Broadcast of Sunday, June 6, 11 AM Mass

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the internet connection for the livestreaming of our Sunday, June 6, 11:00 AM Mass was dropped immediately prior to the Communion and Concluding Rites. The complete Mass is now available in our Video Library or you can click here to access it.

Support Legislation for School Choice

Please Urge Your Senator and Representative to Support Legislation for School Choice We respectfully ask for your help once again in reaching out to your state senator and representative. Budget discussions are beginning at the state Capitol in Harrisburg, which means it is a very critical time for getting funding for our Catholic schools across […]

Weekly Message by Karen David

This week, our Business Manager, Karen David, gives the weekly message.

Deacon Tyler Sparrow Priesthood Ordination this Saturday

Deacon Tyler Sparrow will be ordained to the priesthood on Saturday, June 5th at 10:00 AM at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh, North Carolina. Click here on Saturday morning to access the livestream broadcast of the Ordination Mass.

Weekly Message from Monsignor McCormac

Check out the most recent message from our Pastor!

Time to Register for Camp Cabrini 2021

Camp Cabrini is back! Do you hear the conductor calling, “All aboard?” It’s time to register for ROCKY RAILWAY – Jesus’ Power Pulls Us Through! Camp Cabrini 2021 will be held Monday, June 21st, through Friday June 25th, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. Children ages 3 through 11 are welcome to participate in a […]

Nothing Compares to Being There!

On the Feast of Pentecost, Archbishop Pérez he introduced a new Archdiocesan initiative, Nothing Compares to Being There. The COVID-19 pandemic brought many changes to our lives, to our routines, and even to our Sunday worship. For a period of time we were not able to be personally present for the celebration of Sunday Mass […]


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