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Chris Stefanick - REBOOT! Live!

Posted on September 19, 2019 in: General News

Thursday, October 10, 2019, 7:00 - 9:30PM Event: Chris Stefanick - REBOOT! Live! Featuring internationally acclaimed speaker, author and TV host Chris Stefanick, REBOOT! is the fun, inspiring and practical experience of applying the beauty and genius of the heart of the Gospel to every aspect of your life.  From prayer and spirituality, to work, dating, marriage and parenting, health and more!  For ages 12 and up!  Order tickets online. Location: Archbishop John Carroll High School, Radnor, PA Speakers include: Chris Stefanick, Real Life Catholic To learn more:  Visit the website: re...

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What Can We Do?  The Role of the Laity in a Time of Crisis As the Church undergoes this period of profound crisis, many of us feel helpless as we watch a drama unfold that we can do nothing about. But the truth is that we are not powerless. The history of the Church tells us that lay people have a role to play in the Church’s times of turmoil. Join us for an evening of reflection on the mission of the laity in times of ecclesial crisis and learn what you can do to cooperate with Christ’s action to purify and heal His Church. View the flyer for more details Please RSVP here Dates/Locations:&n...

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SEPTEMBER 22-24 St. John Neumann, the 4th bishop of Philadelphia, instituted the 40 Hours Devotion as a special, annual time of parish Eucharistic devotion—long before the advent of perpetual adoration in parishes.  Because we have 24/7 perpetual Eucharistic adoration here, the topic was discussed last year by the parish council & the conclusion was that we should move away from 40 Hours & into an annual Parish Mission, which will occur over Sunday, Monday, & Tuesday nights from 7-8 pm. in the Upper Church.  It will be led by Fr. Steve DeLacy, the Vocations Director for the Archdiocese of ...

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On Being ‘Home Alone,’ & Fears of Missing the Mark:   The iconic photo of the young boy Kevin McAllister (from the Christmas movie Home Alone) pictures Macaulay Culkin with both hands clasping his cheeks—wide-eyed & mouth agape at discovering bungling burglars trying to access his home; & is an apt visual metaphor for the surprise & shock that I experienced here this past summer.  The transfer of Fr. Brian came with precious little warning & it being followed by the archdiocese assigning Fr. Sean here for only 2 summertime months & then reassigning him without any...

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On Being ‘Home Alone,’ & Fears of Missing the Mark:   The iconic photo of the young boy Kevin McAllister (from the Christmas movie Home Alone) pictures Macaulay Culkin with both hands clasping his cheeks—wide-eyed & mouth agape at discovering bungling burglars trying to access his home; & is an apt visual metaphor for the surprise & shock that I experienced here this past summer.  The transfer of Fr. Brian came with precious little warning & it being followed by the archdiocese assigning Fr. Sean here for only 2 summertime months & then reassigning him without any...

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Abbey Fest

Posted on September 05, 2019 in: General News

Join the youth of Visitation for an amazing day at Abbey Fest on the grounds of the Daylesford Abbey. http://catholicphilly.com/2019/09/news/local-news/abbey-fest-set-to-draw-4000-for-6th-annual-concert-fun-day/ To register, contact Laura at visibvmyouth@gmail.com.  

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Power of the Priesthood

Posted on September 05, 2019 in: General News

Check out the Vocation Office for the Diocesan Priesthood website, www.heedthecall.org Take a minute to watch this powerful video:   https://heedthecall.org/power-of-the-priesthood/

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Why Confession?

Posted on August 14, 2019 in: General News

Why Confession?   "Confession is not so much about how bad you are, but about how good God is." -- Fr. James Martin Confessions are heard Saturday morning after the 8:15 Mass and Saturday afternoon from 4-5 PM, in the Lower Church.

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Parish Mission

Posted on August 14, 2019 in: General News

SAVE THE DATE - Parish Mission Fr. Steve Delacy will present a Visitation BVM Mission Sept. 22-24 on "A Journey with the Archangels: Message, Healing, and Spiritual Warfare". Save the date and more info to come.

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All women and men are called to belong to the new people of God. This people therefore, while remaining one and unique, is to be spread throughout the whole world and to all ages in order that the design of God’s will be fulfilled in each of us… (Paraphrase from Lumen Gentium of Vatican Council II) The Religious Education Program is in need of several more volunteers for the 2019-2020 year. Aides to the teachers are most needed at this time. Please ask the Holy Spirit if you are called to share your Faith with the young people of our Parish by becoming a catechist or aide for PREP. We are in need of several vo...

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Respect Life Essay Contest

Posted on June 20, 2019 in: General News

Respect Life Essay Contest The contest winners of this year’s Respect Life Essay Contest have written outstanding essays giving their thoughts on ProLife—ways to honor and protect the sanctity of each life. It is with pleasure we announce the winners of the 2019 Annual Respect Life Essay Contest. First Place: Olivia Wallace, 10th Grade, John Paul II High School Second Place: Giavanna Pisano, 12th Grade, John Paul II High School Third Place: Luke Baran, 11th Grade, Regina Luminis Academy Mrs. Betty Welsh’s comments represent those of all the judges: “I am sooo happy that all of these are win...

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Abbey Fest

Posted on May 23, 2019 in: General News

"ALIGHT" ***FLASH SALE*** - Fr. Rob Galea & Joe Melendez ABBEYFEST Sept 21 WITH:  Matt Maher, Mac Powell, Hannah Schaefer FLASH SALE ENDS MAY 31 MIDNIGHT Tickets: TheAbbeyFest.com 

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Parish Patronal Celebration in Honor of the Feast of the Blessed Vigin Mary Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Mass & Crowning of the Blessed Mother 6:30PM – Upper Church Our Annual Parish Feast Mass, May Procession and Appreciation Cook-Out will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 28th, beginning at 6:30PM. The Statue of the Blessed Mother at the Our Lady of Life Shrine will be crowned after the conclusion of Mass. A Parish picnic follows the ceremonies at the Parish Pavilion. We are in need of dessert donations. Donations can be dropped off at the CYO pavilion prior to the Procession. All are invited! Please try to join...

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Mother's Day and Parish Center

Posted on May 10, 2019 in: Pastor

On this blessed Mother’s Day weekend I hope we all take the time to honor our Mothers this day and throughout the course of our daily activities.  Our namesake, the Blessed Virgin Mary, gives us the highest example of grace to live by, and it is through her intervention that we are reminded of the importance of honor and grace in all that we do.   So a happy and joyful Mother’s Day to all of the Mothers in our community! On evening of April 23rd, just following a blessed Easter Weekend, we held our first of several information nights regarding the Parish Center project. This evening was partic...

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ARCHDIOCESE OF PHILADELPHIA OFFICE FOR COMMUNICATIONS 222 North Seventeenth Street ● Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103-1299 Telephone (215) 587-3747 ● commof@archphila.org ● www.archphila.org                                                        For Immediate Release             ...

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ARCHBISHOP CHAPUT’S WEEKLY COLUMN

Posted on March 22, 2019 in: ProLife

SEE THIS MOVIE. IT MATTERS.   A friend of mine, a mother and teacher, has spent the last 40 years caring for young people: her hundreds of grade-school students, her children, and her many grandchildren.  She’s spent those same 40 years volunteering in the cause of life.  Over the decades she’s helped open 11 prolife clinics; led and served on the boards of prolife organizations; marched and picketed; given public talks; and spent hundreds of hours on the phone and in person listening to and trying to help women faced with the crisis of an unplanned pregnancy. She once told me that, in her...

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50 Years Married

Posted on February 27, 2019 in: General News

Visitation BVM couples key to 50 married years.

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SAFE HAVEN SUNDAY

Posted on February 27, 2019 in: General News

SAFE HAVEN SUNDAY             As your pastor, I am constantly impressed and edified by the love I see expressed in the families of this great parish.  As I’m sure you realize, families are the backbone of this parish, indeed, of any parish and of the Church.  As far back as Tertullian, a 3rd century Christian author, the family has been seen as the domestic Church.  Yet, as the Universal Church is today struggling with the tragic clergy sex abuse scandal, families are struggling with the tragedy of pornography due to easy access throug...

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Beginning Sunday, March 10, 2019 Event: Remain in My Love Plenary Sessions for the Renewal of Marriage and Family Life Individuals, couples and families of the Archdiocese are invited to hear national Catholic speakers break open the splendor of Christ's teachings on marriage and family as part of Archbishop Chaput's Remain in My Love initiative. Speakers: Megan Murphy, Fr. Dennis Gill, Damon Owens Location: Various parishes throughout the Archdiocese More info:  View the flyer and visit archphila.org/remain2019 for more info and RSVP  

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Evangelization 101 is a short teaching on one of the fundamentals of Catholic evangelization, drawn from the Church's documents and applied to life.   The Church identifies two dimensions of evangelization, implicit and explicit, both of which are necessary for complete and effective evangelizing. In the words of Pope St. Paul VI, “…even the finest witness will prove ineffective in the long run if it is not…made explicit by a clear and unequivocal proclamation of the Lord Jesus. The Good News proclaimed by the witness of life sooner or later has to be...   Read the full article ...

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Retreat for High School Girls

Posted on January 10, 2019 in: General News

Wonderfully Made: A Theology of the Body Retreat for High School Girls Retreat Leader: Samantha Kelley of FIERCEAthlete.org Priest: Fr. Timothy Danaher, O.P. of St. Patrick Church Rittenhouse Sq., Phila Small Groups facilitated by The Sisters of Life WHEN: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH - 9AM to SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH - 11:30AM Lunch and Dinner served Saturday and Breakfast served Sunday WHERE: ST. MARY OF PROVIDENCE CENTER, ELVERSON 227 Isabella Road, Elverson, PA 19520 Cost: $50 per person (scholarships available) We will talk about what it means to be a young, dynamic, Catholic woman in today’...

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A Most Fitting Honor & Celebration:  Our Visitation BVM school community is greatly blest by the dedication & commitment of so many—among whom Mrs. Theresa Conte shines like the Star of Bethlehem!  Mrs. Conte recently received very well-deserved recognition for her 43 years of loyal service as the principal’s secretary at our parish school.  The Foundation for Catholic Education hosted their annual Hall of Fame Gala at Normandy Farms on Thursday evening, November 29th at which Mrs. Conte was among 3 persons awarded for their longstanding & generous contributions to our school in parti...

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PAPA FRANCESCO IS RIGHT (& EXTREME RIGHT-WING CATHOLICS ARE NOT!):  There are multiple & competing narratives raging around the Catholic world as to the etiology of the clergy sexual abuse scandal & its consequent cover-ups.  Some of them are red herring tales (but beloved of the cultural warriors):  it’s because of the all male priesthood with its outdated celibacy requirements that needs to end; it’s because of individual clergy—bishops, priests, & deacons—with a personal sexual orientation that is homosexual; it’s because of the dearth of women & their ...

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Keeping the Faith in Tough Times

Posted on October 24, 2018 in: Pastor

FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK ON KEEPING THE FAITH IN TOUGH TIMES:  As I look around at all of the empty pews each weekend here at Visi, & as I observe the downward spiral of contributions that enable our parish to function, I’m quite aware that a great many of our people are very seriously scandalized & have abandoned the regular practice of their weekend worship & support of the church over the recurring awful news of clergy abuse settlements & cover-ups by powerful leaders.  We have received numerous phone calls, voice mail messages, letters & emails angrily denouncing such atrociti...

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Welcome Seminarians

Posted on October 24, 2018 in: Pastor

FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK Some Good News & Warm Welcome!:  Amid all of the ugly news erupting within our church, I am happy to share with you something good.  St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, which prepares our own seminarians as well as those from several other dioceses & religious orders, now has its largest class since the year 2000—both the undergraduate & graduate theology divisions together this year welcomed 176 young men into the formation programs there.  For the first time in many years, Visitation BVM is assigned 2 seminarians who will come to us each Thursday during the scho...

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From Our Pastor - Aug 19th

Posted on September 09, 2018 in: Pastor

This article was printed in the August 19th bulletin. “It’s like déjà vu all over again!”:  This line is attributed to the late, great Yogi Berra; & it comes to mind upon the recent release of the grand jury report that investigated clergy sexual abuse & its consequent cover-ups within 6 dioceses in the state of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia & Altoona-Johnstown had prior investigations & so are not involved in this current report).  Berra’s quip is humorous, but there is nothing akin to humor & only horror to be found in the scathing, almost 900 pages of documents that ...

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Why Remain Catholic?

Posted on September 07, 2018 in: General News

Friends, Please watch and share my most recent video with your family, friends, and pastor. In light of the recent scandals, I know many people are wondering whether they should remain in the Catholic Church. And I totally get that; the outrage is warranted. But in this time of crisis, I beg you not to flee, but to fight--not violently, with the weapons of the world, but with the weapons of the Spirit. We need you. Watch and share the video here: http://bit.ly/2wADHHo Peace, Bishop Robert Barron Founder, Word on Fire Catholic Ministries

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From The Pastor's Desk “It’s like déjà vu all over again!”: This line is attributed to the late, great Yogi Berra; & it comes to mind upon the recent release of the grand jury report that investigated clergy sexual abuse & its consequent cover-ups within 6 dioceses in the state of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia & Altoona-Johnstown had prior investigations & so are not involved in this current report). Berra’s quip is humorous, but there is nothing akin to humor & only horror to be found in the scathing, almost 900 pages of documents that were released. For me personally, it re...

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STATEMENT FROM THE ARCHDIOCESE OF PHILADELPHIA REGARDING THE RELEASE OF THE REPORT OF THE 40TH STATEWIDE GRAND JURY The Attorney General’s investigation and subsequent grand jury report involving six Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania has been broad and the content has been difficult to read. The material is painful for everyone, most especially survivors of sexual abuse and their loved ones. We deeply regret their pain and remain focused on a path toward healing. It is important to note that the Archdiocese was not subject to the grand jury investigation and is not part of this report. However, that fact in no way...

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Archdiocesan Office for Child and Youth Protection Issues Joint Statement with PA Office of Victim Advocate and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape Regarding Statewide Grand Jury Report 222 North Seventeenth Street ● Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103-1299 Telephone (215) 587-3747 ● commof@archphila.org ● www.archphila.org   For Immediate Release August 14, 2018 STATEMENT FROM THE ARCHDIOCESE OF PHILADELPHIA REGARDING THE RELEASE OF THE REPORT OF THE 40TH STATEWIDE GRAND JURY The Attorney General’s investigation and subsequent grand jury report involving six Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania h...

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Get Spirit Savvy!  Young Women of Grace® Retreat for teen girls ages 13+.  This fun-filled day is designed to help girls discover their feminine genius and learn how to use it to not just survive in this toxic culture, but to thrive in spite of it!  This full-day retreat, entitled “Get Spirit Savvy,” will take place Saturday, July 14th from 9:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.  The day will be jam-packed with interactive hands-on activities, great music, and inspiring speakers who will help the girls to understand the gift of authentic femininity and how to use it to counter the twisted messages be...

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Fall Coaches Needed

Posted on June 25, 2018 in: General News

Fall Coaches Needed:  Our CYO Program is  in need of several coaches for the 2018 Fall Sports Season.  We need JV and Varsity coaches for Football, Field Hockey, Soccer, and Volleyball.   If you are able to donate your time and talent, please contact Fran Greek, Chief Adult Advisor, at fcg623@yahoo.com.  Without coaches, we are not able to support our teams.  All coaches need to have current clearances.    All  CYO sessions are available to Visitation BVM School and PREP students. You must be a registered member of our school or PREP classes to register and p...

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Our Lady's Missionaries of the Eucharist Invite You To:  Fatima Evening, July 11, 2018      6 P.M. — 8 P.M. Father Harry McCreedy will lead the July 11th Fatima Evening of Prayer for Peace and the Protection of the World at Our Lady’s Missionaries of the Eucharist in Birdsboro, PA. For the past 22 years, Father McCreedy has led Candlelight Rosary Devotions to Our Lady of Fatima at his parish. He is a prominent Fatima pilgrimage guide due to his special devotion to Our Lady of Fatima. This event includes Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacramen...

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Parish Pastoral Council

Posted on June 24, 2018 in: General News

Thank You to the seven parishioners whom participated in the nomination process.  Two of the seven Nominees were able to accept their Nomination to Council.  Congratulations to Barb Siso and Roger Tartaglia, who will begin their terms on Parish Council in September 2018  

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Holy Hour for Life

Posted on June 20, 2018 in: ProLife

June 28th, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Event: Holy Hour for Life with the Sisters of Life The Sisters of Life invite you to join us for a special Holy Hour for Life. Come and pray before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and with the missionary image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Music will be by the Sisters. We will begin with prayer in the Church at 7:00 p.m. followed by a social afterwards. Location: St. Malachy's Catholic Church, 1429 N. 11th Street, Philadelphia Register here!

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Retreat at Malvern

Posted on June 19, 2018 in: General News

Charismatic retreat with Sr. Ann Shields and Fr. James Blount June 29-July 1. Music will be led by Firehill Worship and Mark Griswold. The retreat will feature a healing service, preaching, uplifting music, Sacrament of Reconciliation, private time and adoration.

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THE SECULAR FRANCISCANS:

Posted on June 19, 2018 in: General News

Would you like to model your life with the simplicity of St. Francis? The Lay Franciscans will meet Sunday, July 8th at 1pm in the Upper Conference room of the Rectory.  We would love to have you join us as we pray and study the Gospel way of living.  For information, call Helene at 484-679-1809 or just show up. All are welcome.

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Pope Francis states, “Let us love, not with words, but with deeds.” Our faith calls us to serve the poor. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has been answering that call since 1845.  The Society helps people move out of poverty to self-sufficiency and offers those who serve a chance to live their faith! We are looking for parishioners who want to grow spiritually and develop Christian friendships while serving those in need.  Would you like to be part of Visitation B.V.M.’s “Society of St. Vincent de Paul”?  For more information, call Sallianne Tschoepe – 610-212-66...

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Discipleship Invitation

Posted on June 19, 2018 in: General News

Join us for our next Parish Missionary Discipleship meeting as we discuss future plans for our parish.  All parishioners and ideas are welcome.  The meeting will be June 26th, at 7pm, in the Larkin Center.

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Help Wanted

Posted on May 09, 2018 in: General News

PART-TIME RECTORY HELP NEEDED: A part-time housekeeping position is available within the rectory that entails both some house cleaning as well as some cooking.   Interested applicants may contact Mary Ann Smallberger at: 610-539-5572.  

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Registration is now open! This event is expected to sellout in mid-September. Saturday, October 27, 2018 - 9am-4pm 2018 Catholic Women's Conference Join over 1,200 women from around the Archdiocese for a day of friendship, formation, fun and spiritual nourishment.   2018 Theme: Daughters of the King Speakers:  Dr. Mary Healy, Sr. Regina Marie Gorman, Damon and Melanie Owens, Emily Stimpson Chapman, Martha Reyes and more! Location: National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Doylestown, PA More info & registration: catholicwomensconference.org  

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July 12-July 15, 2018 (Clergy Track on July 11) Annual Courage International Conference  Annual gathering of the Courage Roman Catholic Apostolate that ministers to men and women who experience same-sex attractions and those who love them. Speakers: Archbishop Charles Chaput, Bishop Thomas Olmstead, Johnnette Benkovic, Sr. Sheila Galligan, IHM, Fr. Paul Check, Fr. Chris Rogers, and more Location: Villanova University, Villanova, PA More info:  Conference website

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July 10-20, 2018 Male juniors and seniors in high school are invited to apply for the 2018 Philadelphia Catholic Scholars Program: Faith & Reason. The PCSP is a residential, college-accredited program gathering young men for a rich spiritual and intellectual journey studying the great texts and ideas of western civilization. Taught by seminary and university faculty on the grounds of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary. Applications can be found at the website below. Location: St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA Professors include:  Dr. Kevin Hughes, James Despres, Dr. Michael Rombeiro, Kelly Ander...

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June 29th, 2018 – 6-9pm Engaged and married couples, as well as single women and men, are invited to learn about NFP. You will learn the signs of fertility of a woman's body and how to achieve or postpone pregnancy in this Church-approved method of family planning for married couples. NFP enhances the marriage vocation by fostering healthy and holy communication, mutual respect and selfless giving of spouses to one another. This date is for Class 1 of 3. Class 2 is July 27th and Class 3 is August 24th. Location: Mother of Divine Providence Parish Offices, King of Prussia Speakers: Jim and Jen Volpe ...

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Thursday, May 17, 6-9pm Behind the scenes tour of the stadium including dug outs and press room Meet and take pics with the Philly Phanatic; Meet the Philly’s and Eagles chaplains; Enjoy all your favorite ball park food … hot dogs, cheese steaks;First annual Courage Awards will be presented to area Catholic high school athletes who proudly live their faith both on and off the field. Location: The Diamond Club at Citizens Bank Park More info: $50/ticket (Bring the family!); Register:  http://www.catholicfoundationphila.org/CACevent

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Wine and Cheese Vocations Benefit

Posted on October 26, 2017 in: General News

Saturday, November 4, 2017, 4:30pm - 7pm Wine and Cheese Vocations Benefit Join us for the second annual Heed Your Call Benefit. This event helps us build and strengthen relationships with our supporters and the faithful of the Archdiocese. No donation is too small and everything will be directly applied to the programs and events aimed at helping men become better disciples of Jesus Christ and to answer His call. There will be a reception, a brief program of entertainment, presentations and vocation stories by some of our newly ordained clergy. Location: St. Charles Borromeo Seminary More info: To reque...

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About 30 young people joined the Catholic Young Adults of Chester County to learn the history of eucharistic adoration. “We can be transformed by just showing up,” said a speaker at the talk.  For complete article please follow this link:  Adoration 101  

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Charles Weik, Sr.

Posted on July 18, 2017 in: Pastor

Fr. Terry's father, Charles E. Weik, Sr. passed away Monday evening, July 17th.   Funeral arrangements are as follows: Viewing will be held on Friday, July 21, 2017, 7-9 pm and a second viewing will be held Saturday, July 22nd 9-10:30 am.  The viewing for both Friday and Saturday is at Wade Funeral Home, 1002 Radcliffe Street, Bristol, PA. Saturday, July 22nd, 11am will be the funeral Mass at St. Mark Church, 1025 Radcliffe Street, Bristol.  (the funeral home and church are across the street from each other) In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to St. Mark's church, 1025 Radcliff...

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The Visitation BVM Rectory will be closed Saturday, July 1 through Tuesday, July 4 in celebration of the Independence Day Holiday.

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If you are an alumnus of Visitation BVM School, please take a moment to fill out this form. We’ll be using this information so we can easily distribute information about Alumni News and the happenings of Visitation BVM School. In the future, we plan on having alumni events at Visi. Reunions, alumni soccer games, golf outings, sporting events, competitions, you name it. This will help us reach out to you so we can make these events happen. We can’t do this without your help. If you know any other Visitation Alumni, please share this form with them. The more the merrier. Once you’ve filled out...

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Please note that VISI School FOOD FEST will now be held on Friday, May 19th, from 6-10 PM.   We are less than 6 hours from our 1st annual Visi Food Fest. We wanted to share a few reminders for the event. -parking will be available in the front parking lot only and in the surrounding neighborhoods. -because of our limited parking we encourage all of our "local" visi families to walk or uber/lyft. -there will be an Uber line in front of the main entrance to the school for those who choose to use their services. -the event is open to the public. -our professional face painter will only be painting fro...

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Disciple Maker Index Survey

Posted on February 06, 2017 in: General News

Disciple Maker Index Survey is now available at:  www.DiscipleMakerIndex.com

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Welcome to the New Site

Posted on December 07, 2016 in: General News

We have a lot of exciting things to share, so please browse through the many pages of our new website. Some points of interest for first time users are as follows: Parish Ministries and Organizations. A listing of all Ministries and Organizations with their current contact information. Current Events. You will now be able to view the Parish Calendar and retrieve helpful information so you never miss another Parish event! Current Parish Bulletin. The Parish Bulletins are readily available for viewing via the Parish Links of the site. Church Images. A collection of pictures, recent events and oth...

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