Philadelphia, PA - “A Code Blue remains in effect in Philadelphia through Monday December 12th at 6:00 am. This is the first Code Blue of the winter season, which started at 6:00 pm Thursday, December 8th.
Philadelphia, PA – In case you missed it, Philadelphia was named one of Travel and Leisure’s 50 best places to Travel in 2017. Travel and Leisure cited diversity in commercial corridors like East Passyunk and a Mayor fighting to protect inclusive values as reasons for Philadelphia making the list.
Philadelphia, PA - 20th Annual Blessing of the Nativity Scene to be Celebrated in New Location. Reverend Dennis Gill, Director of the Archdiocesan Office for Divine Worship and Rector of the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul will preside over the 20th annual Blessing of the Nativity Scene.
Philadelphia, Pa - Twinkling lights, the echo of carols and a nip in the air all bring a sprinkle of seasonal magic to Philadelphia. This year the festivities get an extra touch of sparkle with the launch of the Philly Holiday Festival, the city’s colorful, seven-week holiday gift to locals and visitors, featuring a new spectacularly lit tree and America’s Garden Capital Maze in Dilworth Park, parades, light shows and two fireworks displays along the Delaware River. Beyond the festivals, revelers can enjoy all of their regional favorites, including the dazzling Longwood Gardens Christmas display and Washington’s annual Crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Day.
Mayor Jim Kenney has called on Philadelphians “to productive actions that help build bridges and strengthen our communities.” " title="PHILADELPHIA Pa– Mayor Jim Kenney has called on Philadelphians “to productive actions that help build bridges and strengthen our communities.” " style="float: left;" />Philadelphia Pa– Mayor Jim Kenney has called on Philadelphians “to productive actions that help build bridges and strengthen our communities.”
Philadelphia, PA - This fall, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., along with the Auxiliary Bishops of Philadelphia and the Archdiocesan Office of Catholic Education (OCE) announced an inaugural “Christmas Card Design Event” in the 217 parishes, 17 high schools, 122 elementary schools, and 4 schools of special education in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.