Introduction to the Devout Life

devoutLifecoverDid you read Father Swamy’s explanation of  Fransalian (Salesian) Spirituality in this week’s Seton Sunday? Father highlighted some key elements of this spiritual tradition from the book Introduction to the Devout Life. Click or tap the book cover to download the spiritual classic by Saint Francis de Sales.

September 12, 2015: Reconnect and Recharge

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.


Benedictine Spirituality

(Hover over image for links to more information about Benedictine spirituality. Download the special two-page section of Seton Sunday HERE.)

On Care for Our Common Home

(Hover over the image for links to Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environmental and justice, and for some practical resources for Catholics.)

Photo © Donald K. Uvick; used with permission

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.

Free Spiritual Formation Resource for Parishioners

(Click on the image to go directly to our parish registration page and set up your account.) symbolon

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