Bishop Schlert congratulates new Bishops' Conference president
November 12, 2019
At their annual fall Assembly in Baltimore, members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops elected Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez as the new USCCB President. He is the first Hispanic American to be elected to this position Diocese of Allentown Bishop Alfred Schlert issued the following statement:
Rob Nicolella named executive director of Catholic Charities
October 31, 2019
Rob Nicolella, a seasoned administrator at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Allentown, has been named the agency’s executive director.
Victims of a devastating row house fire in Allentown can now receive free counseling for post-traumatic stress and anxiety from Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Allentown.
National speakers headline Diocese of Allentown's Men's Conference
October 25, 2019
The Diocese of Allentown will hold its 8th annual Men’s Conference on Saturday, November 23rd at De Sales University from 9 AM to 5 PM. There are six keynote speakers at the conference entitled “Standing firm in Our Faith.”
For the 17th straight year auditors find Diocese in compliance with child protection charter
October 09, 2019
For the 17th time since the inception of national diocesan audits seventeen years ago, the Diocese of Allentown has been found “in compliance” with the Charter for Protection of Children and Young People, adopted by the Bishops of the United States in 2002.
Stained glass sale to feature pieces from Diocesan churches, convents
September 30, 2019
Architectural remnants from stained glass from closed diocesan churches and convents will be available for sale at St. Elizabeth's Church in Whitehall on Saturday, October 5.
Retired Diocesan priest determined unsuitable for ministry
September 27, 2019
Father Stephen J. Halabura, 87, who has been retired for 11 years, has been found unsuitable for ministry after an investigation of an incident that Father Halabura self-reported to the Diocese of Allentown.
Diocese to Host Grand Opening of Nation's First Catholic High School for Students in Recovery
August 20, 2019
Recognizing the critical need to provide spiritual, academic and emotional development for students who are in recovery from addiction, the Diocese of Allentown is ready to open the nation’s first faith-based recovery high school.