Faith is Taught, Experienced, and Lived Daily in Diocese Schools, Superintendent says in Catholic Schools Week Message
Catholic Schools Week begins Sunday, Jan. 29. In advance of this annual celebration of all that is good about attending Catholic school, Dr. Philip J. Fromuth, Superintendent of Catholic Education, shared a message with the Diocese’s Catholic school teachers, students, and parents.
Priests in the Diocese of Allentown have turned up the heat another notch in this year’s videos for Cooks with Collars, the on-line cooking competition that raises funds for parishes and for Catholic Charities.
Groups from the Diocese of Allentown will be among the hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans traveling to Washington, D.C. today (1/20) for the 50th anniversary of the March for Life, which began as a protest against Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion across the nation.
For twenty straight years, outside audits have found the Diocese of Allentown in full compliance with national standards designed to protect children and vulnerable adults from abuse.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, ‘A Man of Courage,’ Remembered at Diocesan Memorial Mass and Solemn Vespers
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI remained faithful to the constant teachings of the Church, Bishop Alfred Schlert said, as he celebrated a special Diocesan Memorial Mass for the former pope. The pews were filled at the Cathedral of St. Catharine of Siena to pay tribute to Pope Emeritus Benedict, who died December 31.