Community of Communities

This past Sunday, we began our Great Mission to announce the love of God to those in the Kensington area.


100 youth from Philadelphia with nearby parishes went on a pilgrimage to Boston. 

We ended the year with many blessings and gifts during Christmas season!
A lot of thanks to all those who participated in helping build our Nativity Scene!!

Dear brothers and sisters,

This last week was truly a great way to begin the year. We had a beautiful Christmas Play with the kids of the parish. They had lots of fun and we also enjoyed food afterwards. Moreover, we had a small celebration for the Three Kings Feast. Thanks to all who participated and help.



I encourage to keep donating to the box under the virgin of Guadalupe Icon and the Divine Mercy image. This money will be used to help The Blessed Sarnelli Community soup-kitchen in Kensington.

Last year, we had the privilege of doing a play with all the youth from Philadelphia! They worked very hard in making this happen and many virtues and graces came about. The play was called “The Divine Narcissus.”

Here’s a summary of the play: Sor Juana Ines de La Cruz takes the Greek myth of Narcissus and spins it by adding a Catholic perspective, merging these two different worlds to answer the question: what is God’s greatest act of love? In this Greek Mythology meets Catholicism play, Jesus Christ is played by Narcissus, who falls in love with Human Nature. They do everything in their power to find their way back to each other. However, along the journey, they are faced with Sin, Pride, and Satan, who are willing to stop at nothing to prevent the union of Narcissus and Human Nature.