PA Lawmakers Expect Battle With Church Over Child Sex Abuse BillA full-scale battle over Pennslvania's statute of limitations is expected to break out.
Nun Convicted Of Drunk Driving In Gloucester CountyA nun in Philadelphia has been found guilty of drunk driving in South Jersey.
Archbishop Chaput Named Principal Celebrant For Mother Angelica Funeral MassPhiladelphia's Archbishop has been asked by the Eternal Word Television Network to play a key part in the funeral for its found who died on Easter Sunday.
Phila. Archdiocese Joins Worldwide Lenten Event To Emphasize Year Of MercyThe Archdiocese of Philadelphia is joining in a worldwide Lenten event this coming weekend to put some extra emphasis on his declaration of a Year of Mercy by Pope Francis.
Catholic Church Sets New Precedent For Co-Ed Contact SportsFor Catholic high schools in Philadelphia, men and women competing in contact sports has been a no-no. That rule meant a potentially career-ending forfeit for one local athlete this weekend.
Officials With Phila. Archdiocesean Schools Take Steps To Grow EnrollmentThe new agreement runs until 2022.
Philadelphia Archdiocese Launches Annual Catholic Charities Appeal With Ambitious GoalThe Philadelphia Archdiocese has announced an ambitious goal for its annual Catholic Charities Appeal.
Archdiocese Offers Advice For Catholics This Snowy WeekendBecause of the snowstorm, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia is advising Catholics to exercise prudent judgment about attending mass this Sunday.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia Recognizes The Catholic Church's Year Of MercyThe Extraordinary Jubilee year of mercy is a time for Catholics around the world to be more cognizant of their actions and to make a stronger effort to live the way Jesus taught.
Philadelphia Archdiocese, In Solidarity With Pope, Prepares To Launch Year Of MercyPope Francis inaugurates a Jubilee year of mercy this week from the Vatican, and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will be launching events in the city, as well.
Speculation Grows About Potential Elevation Of Chaput To CardinalIn the wake of a successful papal visit to Philadelphia, speculation is growing in some church circles about the potential for Archbishop Charles Chaput being elevated to the rank of cardinal.
Philadelphia Archdiocese Hopes Pope's Visit Will Have Lasting ImpactPope Francis' visit to Philadelphia was short - only two days - but a top official of the archdiocese says the hope is the "Francis Effect" will linger.