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Click here for a copy of the current Parish Bulletin.

But wait – there’s more!  Listed below are more announcements that we didn’t have room to print in the current Parish Bulletin.


Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 7:30 PM
Event: Forward in the Faith Benefit feat. Immaculée Ilibagiza
Regina Angelorum Academy is excited to announce that we are hosting renowned Rwandan genocide survivor and New York Times best-selling author Immaculée Ilibagiza for a social evening event including open bar cocktail hour, hors d’oeuvres, VIP reception, inspirational keynote and book signing by Immaculée.
Location: Llanerch Country Club, Havertown, PA
Speakers include: Keynote Immaculée Ilibagiza; Emcee Bill Donaghy, TOB Institute
To learn more: Visit the event website:
reginaangelorumacademy.org/benefit




Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11, 2019
Event: Unbound: Freedom in Christ Conference
Come learn about the Unbound model of healing and deliverance, a simple process of prayer that will help set you free from the things that bind you.  This conference is for those who wish to find freedom for themselves or want to learn how to help others find freedom.    
Speakers: Neal, Matt and Janet Lozano, Heart of the Father Ministries
Location: St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Media, PA
More info:
Visit the website




June 12-16, 2019
Event: 2019 GIVEN Catholic Young Women’s Leadership Forum
The GIVEN Forum is designed to help young adult Catholic women with a heart for mission and an aptitude for leadership identify their particular gifts and find practical pathways to put them in the service of the Gospel.
Speakers: Helen Alvare, Gloria Purvis, Sr. Bethany Madonna, SV, Jeanne Mancini, and more!
Location: Washington, DC
More info: Visit the website; Interested in sponsoring a young woman? Click here



Saturday, June 15, 2019
Event: Be Not Afraid! Family Vocation Day
Please join us as we welcome keynote speaker Leah Darrow for a day for families and individuals of all ages as we explore the possibilities for vocations in the Church. Bishop Timothy Senior, the Pauline Fathers & Brothers, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and members of several religious communities will share with you their way of life, with talks for all ages: children, teens, adults–indeed, everyone who supports and prays for religious vocations. May we heed the call of our beloved St. John Paul II as he encourages us to “Be Not Afraid!” which is the theme of this day of prayerful reflection.
Location: National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Doylestown, PA
More info:
View the Save the Date




June 15, 2019 6:30AM -2:15 PM
Event: Dr. Scott Hahn giving three talks “Given for You, Sacrifice of the Mass”, “How to get the Most out of Mass” and “Evangelizing Catholics” or “The Healing Power of Confession”
Speaker: Dr. Scott Hahn
Location: St. Agnes RC Church 445 N Main Street, Sellersville PA
To learn more: Visit https://stpaulcenter.com/sellersville/
 




Saturday, June 22, 2019, 9am
Event: Relevant Radio National ELEVATE Conference
Meet and pray alongside Relevant Radio show hosts during this national Catholic conference! The day includes enlightening presentations, encouragement, laughter, Mass, holy hour with adoration, continental breakfast and boxed lunches.
Location: National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Doylestown, PA
Speakers include: Patrick Madrid, Drew Mariani, Fr. Richard Simon, Fr. Matthew Spencer, Msgr. Stuart Swetland, Sheila Liaugminas
To learn more:  Visit the website:  relevantradio.com/elev…  or email Mary Radford at mradford@relevantradio.com 



Friday, June 28, 2019, 7:00-10:00 PM
Event: Living Every Day with Passion & Purpose with Internationally Acclaimed Speaker Matthew Kelly
Are you thriving or just surviving? Do you want more energy? A deeper sense of purpose? Join us for Living Every Day with Passion & Purpose, presented by internationally acclaimed speaker Matthew Kelly. It’s not your typical church event.
Location: Saint Helena Parish, Blue Bell, PA
Speakers include: Matthew Kelly & Eliot Morris
To learn more: Visit the website. An early sellout is expected!



Saturday, June 29, 2019, 7:00-10:00 PM
Event: Living Every Day with Passion & Purpose with Internationally Acclaimed Speaker Matthew Kelly
Are you thriving or just surviving? Do you want more energy? A deeper sense of purpose? Join us for Living Every Day with Passion & Purpose, presented by internationally acclaimed speaker Matthew Kelly. It’s not your typical church event.
Location: St. Ephrem Catholic Church, Bensalem, PA 

Speakers include: Matthew Kelly & Eliot Morris
To learn more: Visit the website An early sellout is expected!


Catholic Family Fun Club (CFFC)
Want to find Catholic activities for the whole family to do together? Want to meet other families that share your values? Look no further! The Catholic Family Fun Club (CFFC) and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia invite you to join the CFFC to network with other families and to attend—and create—local Catholic catechetical and social activities. Go to:www.meetup.com/Catholic-Family-Fun-Club/ to join.  Please direct questions to Mary Beth at catholicfamilyfun@gmail.com


Courage/Encourage Ministry
Are you or a loved one struggling with unwanted same-sex attractions and looking for answers? Courage, an apostolate of the Roman Catholic Church, ministers to those with same-sex attractions and their loved ones, focusing on chastity, prayer, fellowship, support and good example. For more information, call (215) 587-4505 to leave a message, email courage.philadelphia@gmail.com or visit:  phillycourage.com.  Confidentiality is assured.


The Calix Society
Are you currently in a 12-step program? Would you like to be able to freely discuss how your Catholic faith, Christ, and His Sacraments nourish your recovery? If so, the Calix Society is for you! This group serves to enhance (not replace) 12-step groups with an emphasis upon our journey in Christ. You can find our national website at www.calixsociety.org and local meeting information at www.calix-philly.com. You may also contact Ken at 215-327-3236 or Amy at 610-405-7747.


Compassionate Care Hospice
Volunteers are needed for Compassionate Care Hospice.  They have opportunities for kind and caring individuals to provide support and friendship to patients and their families during this most challenging time through visits or phone calls.  Office volunteers are very much welcomed.  Training provided.  Call Myra Griffith, Volunteer Coordinator, at (267) 885-7348 for further information.