The cities of Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh provided the backdrop for students, teachers, parents and school choice supporters to celebrate National School Choice Week from January 21-27. Hundreds of Catholic school students attended the rallies, which were held in conjuncti
A few years ago, an official with the South Hills Interfaith Movement approached Father Phillip Pribonic, pastor of St. Joan, about starting a community garden that would grow vegetables for SHIM’s network of food pantries. The 10,000-square-foot garden is now the largest one affiliat
The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) is saddened by the news that Metropolitan Basil M. Schott, Archbishop of the Archeparchy of Pittsburgh, died on Thursday, June 10, 2010. He will be laid to rest next week.
I get by with a little help from my friends…,” sing the lyrics to a tune by a famous band from Liverpool, England. Those words ring particularly true for about 50,000 men and women currently living in assisted living facilities in Pennsylvania. Assisted living is relativel