Mass News


 On Wednesday evening, May 9th, our parish will hold a special prayer service in honor of Our Lady of Fatima. It will be our privilege to have the official pilgrim statue of Our Lady with us for this evening of

prayer and song. The pilgrim statue will be carried in procession to the sanctuary of our lower church where she will remain for the service. Everyone will be invited to write their special prayer intentions during our time of prayer and bring them forward to our Lady’s altar. We hope that many of you will bring fresh flowers for this special occasion. The service will begin at 7 pm in the lower church on Wednesday, May 9th.



Manna Bags will be distributed at all our Masses on the weekend of May 12th and 13th. Kindly return your filled Manna Bag on Saturday, May 19th or Sunday, May 20th.

Canned food items in greatest need are: beef stew, tuna fish, fruit, vegetables, pasta, soups, and pork & beans.

If you are not able to bring a filled bag, feel free to donate online instead: ndsmannafooddrive.

Thank you for reaching out to people in emergency situations.

Sunday Collection Total

Sunday Collection Total
1/7/18 —- $4,218.


Visit the Shrine of Saint Rita to reflect on the message of the angel Gabriel and the manner in which it was received by Mary. We will gather to help prepare our hearts for Advent. Reflection will be led by a friar. Confessions will be available from 6-7 pm. Evening Mass will begin at 7 pm.

Come join us as we wait in joy for the coming of our Lord! 1166 S. Broad Street.

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Join Others in Prayer for the Victims of the Las Vegas Massacre

Saturday, October 7, 2017
5:15 p.m. (Mass)
7:00 p.m. (Rosary)
Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103

The massacre in Las Vegas this past Sunday night taking the lives of almost sixty people and injuring almost 600 people affects all of us. All people of good will are welcome this Saturday evening, October 7th to the 5:15 p.m. Mass to pray for all the victims—those who have died and those who have been injured, for healing and for an end to such senseless tragedy in our land. We can never allow ourselves to become immune to horrific violence and also to fail to pray for those caught in the grip of such violence. Those who have died will be especially remembered as we unite them to the Sacrifice of the Lord in the Eucharist.

The Archdiocesan Rosary that will take place later this same evening at the Cathedral Basilica at 7:00 p.m. will also include prayers for all those who have died and have been injured in the Las Vegas Massacre.