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Welcome to St. Alphonsus Parish Community

As a parish community, the members of Saint Alphonsus Worship, Educate, Reach Out, Share, Promote, and Recognize, for we are all One Body in Christ. We are a welcoming parish in Maple Glen, Pennsylvania blessed with some 6,000 parishioners, 1,700 families, and a regional elementary school. It's our hope that just as you've joined us in the digital space, you'll consider joining us in our physical place for Mass and come to be a part of our parish family.

Come join “A Walk for Healing, Peace, & Justice”

The Wissahickon Faith Community & Bethlehem Baptist Church(Host)

For The Families and the Charleston, SC Community

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

6:30 p.m. – Beginning at Wissahickon High School Parking Lot – Dager Road entrance

Walking to Bethlehem Baptist Church 712 Penllyn Pike

7:00 p.m. – Interfaith Service

Bethlehem Baptist Church

Interfaith Clergy Participating

Parents are encouraged to bring their children

Feast of Corpus Christi

Our parish celebrated the Feast of Corpus Christi last Sunday with a procession. Father Leva, Deacon JT, our altar servers, members of the choir, and scores of parishioners joined together in a walk around the neighborhood, followed by a ceremony in the prayer garden and a reception in the narthex. The group processed out of the church and onto Temple Drive, turned onto Bell Lane, and followed Conwell Drive back to the parish grounds. The reception honored our new deacon, Deacon John, with a cake.

Sunday June 7th  is the Feast of Corpus Christi. There will be a special celebration at 12 Noon Mass where we will have the opportunity to rejoice in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. Mass will be followed by a Eucharistic Procession around our neighborhood on Bell Lane, ending with a reception in the narthex. This mass will also be John Mischler’s first mass, following his Diaconate Ordination on Saturday, June 6th.  There will be a reception in the Narthex following the procession. We hope you will consider being part of this special parish celebration. Wear something white!