University Welcomes Catholic Scholars Program’s Second Cohort “Much will be required of the person entrusted with much, and still more will be demanded of the person entrusted with more.” Luke 12:48 Combining faith, academics and leadership, St. John’s University welcomed 35 freshmen into the second cohort of the Catholic Scholars Program this semester with […]
Pope Francis has called for a day of fasting and prayer for peace in Syria, in the entire Mideast region, and throughout the whole world to be held this coming Saturday, September 7th, 2013. Speaking ahead of the traditional Angelus prayer with pilgrims gathered in St Peter’s Square this Sunday, Pope Francis said, “On [Saturday] […]
Under the leadership of their chaperones, Ms. Marie Geraci, Mr. Phil Fama, Mr. Jim Grillo and Mr. Mark Amatrucola 10 students came and made their imprint on our Germantown community. Literally, they painted and managed the heat of August to begin and finish the mural for the center.
Today we remember our Jesuit Family, as we remember the Feast of St Ignatius of Loyola “O my God, teach me to be generous to serve you as you deserve to be served to give without counting the cost to fight without fear of being wounded to work without seeking rest and to […]
The only way we have to show our love for God is by the love we have for our brother. “Inasmuch as you have done it unto one of the least of these, my brethen, you have done it unto me.” You love God as much as the one you love the least. Servant of […]
Mark is the author of the earliest and shortest gospel account in the Bible. St. Mark shares the good news of Jesus’ ascension into heaven. If we but believe, are baptized, and share God’s words with others, we can accomplish miraculous deeds. GO out into all the world, and proclaim the Gospel to every creature, […]
The week of April 15-21st St. Joseph’s Parish Youth Ministry group from Danbury Ct. came to the St. Vincent de Paul Center in Germantown Pa. to work. The students from St Joseph’s Parish gave up their break to come and work with the poor and marginalized in the Vincentian Family here in Germantown. The students began the […]
Thoughts for today: St. Vincent de Paul tells us, “Always, the hand of God is outstretched for those who wish to grasp it. St. Louise de Marillac tells us: “Remain in peace in the confidence you should have in the love of our Lord.”