OLA Fundraiser Event at Robin Ford

On November 16th, OLA will be participating in the Drive 4 UR school event with Robin Ford in Glenolden! For every person OLA gets to test drive a Ford vehicle – Ford will give us $20.00. Ford is willing to give us a maximum of $6000.00, so we need to get parents and friends to drive for us! You are not obligated to buy anything. Robin Ford is doing this strictly to help us raise money for our school!  The only catch is we are limited to one driver per household!  Please consider coming out and helping us by test driving a car. It will take less than a half hour of your time and will really help! All you need to do is come to Robin Ford at 100 North MacDade Boulevard in Glenolden on the 16th.  Please bring a valid PA driver’s license. Thank you, we hope to see you there! For more information or to register contact Jim Nespoli at (610)  764-6342.

Map and Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/EDNBiJZSMBVddzXbA

OLPH/OLA Construction Photos November 2019

Photo Archive: OLA/OLPH New Building Construction

Click on the links below to see how the OLA/OLPH Building Construction process evolved from the beginning (March 2019) to the present day:

Photos Nov. 2019        Photos Oct. 2019       Photos Sept. 2019

Photos August 2019         Photos July 2019

Photos Week of June 10         Photos Week of June 3

Photos May 2019         Photos March & April 2019

The concrete slab serving as the foundation of the new building was poured on Saturday, 6/15/19. This key achievement enabled us to really move forward with the new building construction! See video below:

 

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Dear Parishioners,

Greetings and welcome to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Morton. May the grace and peace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you!

The mission of the Church is the mission of Jesus Christ, “to have life and have it fully.” Jesus is our priest, prophet, and king who sanctifies, teaches, and governs the People of God in his Church, his espoused bride. Each parish is part of the universal Church in the diocese in which it is located. Each parish exists to carry out the mission of the local bishop to teach, sanctify, and govern under the ministry of the local pastor with his assistants, priests, and deacons.

“The parish is a privileged place where the faithful concretely experience the church” (Ecclesia in America, #41). The parish “is the place where all the faithful can be gathered together for the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. The parish initiates the Christian people into the ordinary expression of liturgical life—it gathers them together in this celebration, it teaches Christ’s saving doctrine, it practices the charity of the Lord in good works and brotherly love” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, #2179).

I am pleased to welcome you to the web site of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Our parish life revolves around seven vital areas: Worship, Christian Community, Evangelization, Teaching, Service, Leadership, and Stewardship. Our web site, which includes general information, sacramental celebration and requirements, and parish organizations, programs, support, etc., is offered to you as a means to assist you with the particulars of Catholic life in our parish.

In addition, for your convenience we have compiled and included a section on parishioners’ business services, which might prove useful for your daily needs.

I encourage each of you to live your Catholic faith as an active member of our parish family. I also invite you to participate in our parish programs and activities. I pray that together in the spirit of Christ we may continue to build up our parish to truly reflect the Gospel message of love and charity under the care and protection of Our Lady of Perpetual Help.

 Sincerely in Christ,

 Rev. Msgr. John M. Savinski, Pastor

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St. Charles Seminary Appeal 2019-2020

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