Live Broadcast of Palm Sunday Mass at 9:00 AM

On Sunday morning, April 5, we will have a live broadcast of our 9:00 AM Palm Sunday Mass. While we cannot be together in person, we can still pray as a Parish Community. Please visit our Parish website to access the live stream broadcast. The Mass will also be available for later viewing in our Broadcast Video Library.

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Message from Monsignor 4/2/2020

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Message of Gratitude

As we move forward into very uncertain times and recognizing that many people are worrying and struggling with regard to their finances, we offer a personal word of gratitude to our parishioners who continue to support the Parish financially during this difficult and unprecedented time.  We are truly grateful for everyone’s sacrifices to maintain our Parish Community.  We thank those who are contributing through EFT, as well as those who have mailed their envelopes or dropped them through the rectory mail slot.   Monsignor McCormac continues to offer a private Mass every day, giving thanks to the Lord for our Parish Community, and remembering all of our parishioners in his prayers.


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Archbishop’s Virtual Lenten Retreat

Archbishop Pérez has initiated a Virtual Lenten Retreat for all of the faithful of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to help us remain close to the Lord in this time. The retreat, “The Power of Faith and Hope in a Time of Uncertainty,” consists of seven 15-minute video reflections from gifted speakers from around the Archdiocese.   Click below for detailed information.  

“The Power of Faith and Hope in a Time of Uncertainty”


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Archbishop Perez Announces Virtual Lenten Retreat

A Message from Archbishop Pérez Announcing the Launch of

“The Power of Faith and Hope in a Time of Uncertainty: A Virtual Lenten Retreat”

Our Lenten journey has taken an unexpected turn with the worldwide outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). In an effort to impede the spread of the virus and to protect those most vulnerable among us, all of us have changed the way that we live. Life as we understand it has temporarily changed, but this too shall pass. We are people whose hearts are grounded in our faith and in our hope, that is the strength that helps us during this time of uncertainty.  Click here to read more…

Retreat begins Monday night, March 30, at 7:00 PM. To participate on that evening, and every evening after that leading up to Palm Sunday, visit one of the following sites:  Archbishop Pérez’s Facebook page, the Archdiocesan Vimeo Channel, the Archdiocesan website, or Click here for information on the presenters.

Click here for a personal invitation from Archbishop Perez.

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Message from Monsignor McCormac – March 27

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St. Frances Cabrini to Live Broadcast Sunday Mass and Easter Triduum


Although public Masses will not be celebrated until further notice, St. Frances Cabrini Parish will be broadcasting Masses live through the Parish website.  These celebrations will also be recorded and added to a video library available on the website for viewing at any time.

All broadcasts can be accessed through the Parish website at  You can connect with each broadcast 15 minutes before the liturgy begins.

The following liturgies will be broadcast:

Sunday, March 29th, 9:00 AM Mass – You can connect with the broadcast at 8:45 AM

Palm Sunday, April 5, 9:00 AM Mass – You can connect with the broadcast at 8:45 AM

Holy Thursday, April 9, 7:30 PM – The Mass of the Lord’s Supper – You can connect with the broadcast at 7:15 PM

Good Friday, April 10, 7:30 PM – The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord – You can connect with the broadcast at 7:15 PM

Holy Saturday, April 11, 7:30 PM – The Easter Vigil Mass – You can connect with the broadcast at 7:15 PM

Easter Sunday, April 12, 9:00 AM – Easter Sunday Mass- You can connect with the broadcast at 8:45 AM

Be sure to check the Parish website, download the Parish app, or follow us on Facebook for updated information on this and all Parish-related activities.

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Faithful From The Archdiocese Of Philadelphia To Join Pope Francis’ Live Stream Prayer Service And Receive Extraordinary Urbi Et Orbi Blessing On Friday, March 27

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Pope Francis invites Catholics around the world to participate remotely in a prayer service that will be streamed live from Saint Peters Square to on Friday, March 27th.

Pope Francis will give the extraordinary Urbi et Orbi Blessing with the opportunity for participants to receive a plenary indulgence. The Urbi et Orbi, meaning “to the City and the World,” is a blessing usually delivered by the Holy Father at Christmas and Easter.

Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez encourages faithful throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to join the Holy Father spiritually at 1:00 p.m., and to continue praying for sick, suffering, and their caregivers as well as government and health officials in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Thank you from Monsignor Sullivan – CARES Act Passed!

Yesterday, I wrote with a time-sensitive request for you to contact your United States senators urging them to make sure private schools would remain eligible for proposed Federal relief funding under the CARES Act.

I am happy to share that the CARES Act passed the United States Senate yesterday with the inclusion of eligibility for private schools to receive such funding. Please accept my sincere gratitude for making your voice heard in support of this measure, which will next be considered by the House of Representatives.

Future advocacy efforts may be needed to ensure equal access to Federal COVID-19 relief funds for the benefit of our young people. They hope to count on you when that time comes. May God continue to bless you abundantly as you care for those entrusted to your pastoral care in these trying times.


Sincerely in Christ,

Rev. Msgr. Daniel J. Sullivan

Vicar for Clergy

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Monsignor McCormac celebrated Mass on Wednesday morning for the Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord and had it videotaped for the students at Holy Family Regional Catholic School.  You can watch the video by clicking on the link below:


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