Building on the success of a highly successful event two weeks ago, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Allentown will again be collecting grocery donations in a drive-through, socially distant event this Saturday, May 16 at the Vegan Butcher, 768 Union Boulevard, Allentown from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM. .
Priest to be interim leader at Marian Catholic, search for permanent principal starts soon
May 13, 2020
Father Allen Hoffa has been named Interim Head of School at Marian Catholic High School, effective July 1, 2020. Father Hoffa succeeds the current principal, Mrs. Jean Susko, who is taking a new leadership role at Marian as Director of Academic Studies. .
In a letter from the priests of the three parishes that sponsor St. John Neumann Regional School emailed to parents today, it was announced that the school, with campuses in Palmerton and Slatington, will open for the 2020-2021 school year.
St. Theresa School’s K-8 grades will close at the end of this school year because of steadily declining enrollment, which is causing a financial drain on the parish that operates it. The Hellertown school’s Pre-K program will continue.
Diocese of Allentown Bishop Alfred Schlert will ordain an Allentown man a transitional deacon in ceremonies at the Cathedral of Saint Catharine of Siena in Allentown on Saturday, May 16th at 10:30 AM. A transitional deacon is one step from being ordained a priest.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Allentown will be collecting grocery donations in a drive-through, socially distant event from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, at the Vegan Butcher, 768 Union Boulevard, Allentown.
Catholics throughout the Diocese of Allentown – socially distant but united in prayer – are invited to use technology to join Bishop Alfred Schlert in a series of special livestreamed Masses from the Cathedral of St. Catharine of Siena starting Sunday.
For safety, no palms will be distributed this weekend
April 02, 2020
To help ensure the safety of parishioners, Bishop Alfred Schlert has directed that no palm branches be distributed this weekend.
Now that the state has extended the order to close schools, Catholic school students around the Diocese of Allentown are signing on and reporting for enhanced learning online.
After continued consultation with healthcare professionals, and taking into account the restrictions put in place by civil authorities, Diocese of Allentown Bishop Alfred Schlert has announced that the suspension of public Masses in the Diocese will remain in place for the entirety of the upcoming Holy Week, April 5-12.