Upcoming Adult Spiritual Education Programs at StEAS

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Dominican Spirituality

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Monsignor’s recommended resources about Ignatian Spirituality

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When a compass loses its bearing ….

Compass“A compass that points in the wrong direction is lying. It cannot be trusted. But if a traveler doesn’t know the compass is lying, the traveler will be naively and happily lost, deceived and unknowing, headed toward peril and not safety…. All of the scientific, medical, and moral evidence points in one direction: to life. The human person developing in the womb is precisely that: a living human person. If we can’t see that, our moral compass has lost its bearing.” Read Monsignor’s complete message from the insert in this week’s bulletin HERE.

Coming to our parish on September 12!

TMIY_Program_Man_and_Child_300pxSerious spiritual growth for men. Learn more HERE.

 

September 12, 2015: Caregivers!

This day is for you – men and women who care for family members, neighbors and friends with chronic illness, age issues, or disabilities.  At Saint Katharine Drexel, for all parishioners in our Deanery! Learn more HERE.

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Free Spiritual Formation Resource for Parishioners

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Religious Liberty

Why is the national conversation about religious freedom so important to us as citizens of the United States? Read the insightful thoughts of  G. Randall Lee, Professor of Constitutional Law at Widener School of Law in Harrisburg, in this downloadable and shareable special section from this week’s Seton Sunday.


Building our Legacy

floor_plans_1_thA legacy is not built quickly. It rises with an inspired vision. With confident reliance on God’s grace it is built with toil, sacrifice, and teamwork. A legacy is a precious thing. It isn’t for one generation alone. It is to be received in gratitude and handed on in hope. Faith and confidence in God, together with the sacrifice and hard work of our founders, brought us from a vision and an empty field on Mount Allen to the great parish we are today. Read more