Christmas is a time for celebration, but it also a time for helping those in need. Since 1955, the Archbishop’s Christmas Benefit for Children has supported programs at Catholic Social Services that directly benefit children in poverty, at-risk youth and children living with special n
The Vatican confirms the Holy Father’s visit to Philadelphia next year In remarks offered today in Rome, Pope Francis formally announced his intention to attend the World Meeting of Families – Philadelphia 2015, set to be held September 22-27, 2015. This visit will mark his first to t
This year, the PCC advocated for improvements to the popular Education Improvement Tax Credits and the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit programs. “The Pennsylvania legislature has heard from the business owners and schools who are working to give parents choices in education.
Over the past two years, Catholic advocates in Pennsylvania made their voices heard on issues ranging from education to respect for life, from health care to religious liberty. No matter the subject, you have brought Gospel values and the teachings of the Church into the public square
There are many issues on the minds of Catholic voters in this election. On November 4, Election Day in the Commonwealth, we have important political choices to make. The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference invited both candidates for Pennsylvania governor to share their views. Incumbent
Printer-friendly Church Bulletin Insert There are many issues on the minds of Catholic voters in this election. On November 4, Election Day in the Commonwealth, we have important political choices to make. The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference invited both candidates for Pennsylvania g
Does the staff of your parish, school, or other organization want to use new media (like Facebook, Twitter, mobile and email) but isn’t sure where to begin? Could you – clergy, religious, teacher, or lay faithful – benefit from the guidance of top Catholic digital experts? Would
Camp St. Andrew serves the youth of northeastern Pennsylvania by offering fun-filled outdoor activities while building character, developing leadership skills and establishing life-long friendships. Located in Tunkhannock, Camp St. Andrew is run by the Diocese of Scranton’s Catholic S