Contact the Parish Office at 215-638-3625 to arrange a pastoral visit for the sick.
For after-hours ministry to the dying and in emergency, call 215-638-3650.
News & Updates
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is privileged to receive the relic of the incorrupt heart of Saint John Vianney at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul on Saturday, February…
Sunday, January 20th The Rally occurs at 2:30 PM and is followed by hospitality in the Church Basement at St. Katherine of Siena Church at 9700 Frankford Avenue. Please attend,…
9daysforlife.com Nine Days for Prayer, Penance, and Pilgrimage January 14–22, 2019 Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., encourages the clergy and faithful of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to pray with…
The Parish Office at St. Charles is looking for receptionists and a part-time administrative assistant who speak and write both English and Spanish to work in the afternoons. Interested candidates,…
We invite you to investigate the Legion of Mary Apostolate. Come to our meeting Tuesday night at 6:00 PM in the Saint Charles Rectory. Find out if Our Lord and His…
Washington D.C. Friday, January 18, 2019 Join thousands of people from all over the East Coast traveling to the Nation’s Capital in support of life. St. Ephrem Men’s Faith Sharing…
Prayers for the Sick and the Deceased
We ask that you keep in mind all our sick friends from our parish in need of our prayers, especially: Zach Sieger, Maryanne Tillger, Frank & Nora McIntire, Roselyn Osorio Espinosa, Ed Sliwa, Baby Dean, Ruth & Edward Gibbons, Father Fidelis, Joseph Lance Rossi, Larry Boersig, Reverend Paul Stenson, Father Victor Warkulwiz, Catherine Hartzel, Frances Petruzzelli, Toni Kovolisky, Brian Moehler, Mary Sherwood, C. Trescott, Betty Weiland, Renee Booker, Mary Whitlock, Dorothy Otto, Chris Contino, Carole Follin, Rose Duckworth, Ted Etling, Joanne Clarkson, Dennis Connelly, Eleanor Stretz, Theresa Jamison, George Eckbold, Helmut & Marie Witt, Ryan Herzog, Christina Contino, Patty Richardson. We also pray that those who have died will dwell forever in the Kingdom of Heaven, especially Anna C. Marino, Bernice T. Dymek.
This is the way we can easily overcome the countless difficulties we have to face day after day, which, after all, are part of our work: in meditation we find the strength to bring Christ. – St. Charles Borromeo
If we wish to make any progress in the service of God we must begin every day of our life with new eagerness. We must keep ourselves in the presence of God as much as possible and have no other view or end in all our actions but the divine honor. — St. Charles Borromeo
St. Charles Borromeo,
our holy and fascinating patron,
pray for us!
Let’s pray for each other!
Liturgy & Prayer
- Altar Servers
- Altar Society
- Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
- Holy Rosary Society
- Hospitality Guild
- Legion of Mary
- Miraculous Medal Novena
- Music Ministry
- Blood Drive
- Boy Scouts
- Feed the Hungry
- Food Pantry
- Fútbol (Soccer)
- Home & School Association
- Pro-Life Group
- Special Needs Basketball
- Women’s Club