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Our parish has access to the website which contains a wealth of information and formational tools for Catholics who want to understand the Catholic Church and their faith more deeply. Please use our parish code: V2RXD8  (case sensitive) when you are signing up. Stay tuned for more Catholic web resources! 


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Young Adults! (age 18-30)* 

You are cordially invited to join us for our first ever "meet & greet" Friday, April 27th, 7-9pm at the Knights of Columbus hall on Broad St. We will have some light refreshments, soothing music and we will discuss formation of a group and the kinds of event/activities the group would like to do. 

*This includes young Catholic parents!! 


The Cross & the Light Musical 

Tremendous thanks to all who joined us for this for our trip to St. Andrew the Apostle RC Church in Gibbsboro, NJ. A special thanks to Sue Troise and Lisa Honnig for all their hard work to make it happen! Thank you so much! 

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Calling all men of St. Katharine Drexel!

Join us Tuesday mornings beginning March 6th at 7:00 a.m. in the Parish House (next to St. Paul's church) for prayer and faith sharing using the book How To Be a Catholic Man In the World Today published by The Word Among Us, which can be purchased here:

Please contact Don Reardon if you have questions (609) 386-0116

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We invite YOU to join us on Friday, March 23rd and/or Saturday, March 24th to help evangelize for our church! 

St. Katharine Drexel is participating in a one day campaign to spread the word about our parish and especially our Holy Week Schedule by placing door hangers with parish information as a way to invite members of our own community to join us Holy Week and the rest of the year.* 

Please note that there have been changes to the schedule.

What it looks like: We will gather for mass, after which we will have coffee and doughnuts at the Parish House and then go out to neighborhoods to hang the door hangers. We will come together before lunch for a final prayer. 

*An important note: This is not an apologetics project or catechesis. No one will be asked to enter discussions in which they will have to defend the church or explain doctrine. The point is to issue an invitation to the curious non-Catholic or the fallen away Catholic to come and join us. 

Please contact Fr. Michael at the parish office extension 217 or email at if you are interested! 



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