Because We Are Catholic: Bringing the Light of Christ to Teens in Schuylkill County

As Director of Youth Ministry for the 18 parishes in Schuylkill County, Annie Sarlo spends a lot of time behind the wheel of her trusty Jeep Renegade.

Young Men and Their Families Enjoy Quo Vadis Reunion

This year’s Quo Vadis Reunion was held at St. Thomas More, Allentown. Quo Vadis vocation camp gives young men the chance to participate in activities rooted in prayer, catechesis, evangelization and mentoring during the annual event. This year’s camp will run Sunday, July 14 to Thursday, July 18 at DeSales University, Center Valley.

Father Mongiello Records CD That Will Benefit St. Anne, Bethlehem

A Launch Party is slated for Saturday, Feb. 2 after the 4:40 p.m. Vigil Mass in the Parish Community Center.

Applications Being Accepted for Recovery High School

Kolbe Academy is the first faith-based recovery high school in the nation.

Diocesan official named to National Advisory Council

Bernarda Liriano, Director of the Diocese of Allentown's Office of Hispanic Affairs, has been appointed to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' National Advisory Council.

God’s Amazing Plan for Teens Requires Grace

“God, at this moment, is constantly trying to get into our hearts. He calls us to seek him and to love him. We want God to know us, to see us and to love us. But we have to have a relationship with him,” said said Scott Anthony, national speaker, presenting “The Master Craftsman: God’s Amazing Plan for Teens (and Their Parents).”

Scores of Diocesan Faithful ‘March for Life’ in Nation’s Capital

Buses traveled to the nation’s capital from all corners of the five-county Diocese of Allentown, and many who didn’t make the journey joined their pro-life prayers with those who attended the march. Bishop Alfred Schlert attended his second march as Bishop of Allentown.

Because We Are Catholic: An Ambassador of Enthusiasm for Religious Education

Like a glowing beacon of bubbliness, Penelope Tervalon stands in the drop-off lane every Wednesday night at Assumption B.V.M., Bethlehem, to welcome students to the Parish Religious Education Program.

‘Stand Up for Life’ Essays Denounce Personal Choice and Uphold Cherishing Life

The contest, a joint effort of the Knights of Columbus and the Diocesan Office of Pro-Life and Social Concerns, drew more than 600 submissions from students throughout the Diocese.

Council of Stewards Invoke Holy Spirit at Evening Prayer

“I am so appreciative for your support in helping the Diocese offer outreach to those in need,” said Bishop of Allentown Alfred Schlert.