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Lovin' Life in Florida

August 11, 2016 by Lillian Fitz-Gerald FitzGerald (Register to contact)

Lillian Fitz-Gerald ('65) and husband Jim moved in May from the D.C. suburbs to Cape Coral, Florida. Retirement is awesome! Daughter Nanci Duda Mammana (91) and her hubby Scott moved there in June of 2015.

in memory of

September 7, 2012 by Maryfrances O'Reilly Casey (Register to contact)

MARIANNE ELIZABETH TUCKER MCELWEE "56" DIED ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 2012. SHE WILL BE SADLY MISSED BY HER SONS ANTHONY AND JOSEPH AND THREE GRANDCHILDREN. MARIANNE REMAINED TRUE TO HER FAITH THROUGHOUT HER LIFE, THROUGH GOOD TIMES AND DIFFICULT ONES. MARIANNE DIED SERENELY SURROUNDED BY FAMILY AND FRIENDS. WE HAVE BEEN FRIENDS SINCE THE AGE OF 14.

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75th anniversary at Little Flower HS  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted October 6, 2014. Little Flower High School in Philadelphia's Hunting Park section celebrated its founding in 1939. School spirit is as strong as ever at the ...



Local students honored by Catholic Athletes for Christ  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted May 15, 2019. Nineteen students representing 18 Catholic high schools in the Philadelphia Archdiocese received the Courage Award from Catholic ...



Little Flower seniors pray together before graduation  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted June 9, 2017. Archbishop Charles Chaput celebrated the baccalaureate Mass for Little Flower High School June 8 at Maternity B.V.M. Church in ...



Philadelphia priest placed on leave after allegations of sexual abuse to a minor  PhillyVoice.com

The Rev. Steven Marinucci, a Catholic priest who has worked at numerous schools in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia since being ordained in 1974, has been ...



Young writers learn from pros at Little Flower event  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted April 30, 2015. Little Flower High School welcomed 20 published authors for hands-on writing discussions with students during the day-long Little Flower ...



- Inspirational Mt. Airyite wins 'Teacher as Hero' Award  Chestnut Hill Local

by Sharon Cornwall Twenty years ago, East Mt. Airy resident Maureen Gillespie, a 23-year-old idealistic teacher *fresh* from a yearlong JVC (Jesuit.



LAURA G. CARR  The Times

Laura G. Carr of Chalfont passed away Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, at Abington Jefferson Health Hospital in Abington. She was 86. Born in Philadelphia, she was a ...



Jalen Roberts and JayDoeFilms among many videographers on the Philly high school sports scene  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Videographers across the region help high school athletes sell themselves to prospective college coaches via highlight videos posted online.



Saturday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: La Salle baseball repeats as Catholic League champs  The Philadelphia Inquirer

The top games and performances in Southeastern Pa.



MLB draft: Harriton pitcher Jack Kochanowicz goes in third round to Angels  The Philadelphia Inquirer

When Harriton's Jack Kochanowicz heard his name called early on the second day of MLB's first-year playoff draft, a sense of relief came over him, he said.



Penn Charter’s Sammy Siani ‘speechless’ after being drafted by Pittsburgh Pirates  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Siani was the 37th overall selection, a competitive balance selection after the first round.



Long shot Little Flower beats the odds with first league swimming title  CatholicPhilly.com

Members of the Little Flower High School swim team, from left, pose with their District 12 championship plaque: Rose Pisacano, Catherine Spreckly, Rachael ...



Our Lady of Port Richmond School offers new scholarships  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted March 31, 2017. The regional Catholic school in Philadelphia announced the new Matching Starter Partnership grants with three archdiocesan Catholic ...



PATRICIA ERB  The Intelligencer

Patricia "Pat" (Smith) Erb passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019, in the comfort of her home surrounded by her most prized possession, her loving ...



Flower Show inspires Catholic students to think spring  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted March 21, 2017. As the annual Philadelphia Flower Show was taking place two weeks ago, area Catholic school students also were completing their ...



Central Bucks South to play Souderton in Friday’s PIAA Class 6A state baseball championship game; Devon Prep i  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Central Bucks South scored nine runs in the sixth inning to beat North Allegheny, 11-6, in the semifinals on Tuesday.



Souderton beats Central Bucks South to win PIAA Class 6A baseball state title  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Trailing 3-0, the Indians scored three runs in both the fifth and sixth innings.



Thursday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: Notre Dame girls’ lacrosse wins first PAISAA title in school history over  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Claire Gola recorded five goals and one assist to lead the Notre Dame girls' lacrosse team past Agnes Irwin, 12-10, to win its first Pennsylvania Independent ...



Coatesville boys are fifth - but first American team - in 4x100 Championship of America at the Penn Relays  The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Red Raiders clocked in at 41.82, just a bit slower that their impressive 41.55 from Friday's qualifiers.



Friday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: Neshaminy rebounds to win District 1 Class 6A title  The Philadelphia Inquirer

The top games and performances in Southeastern Pa.



Thursday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: Neshaminy baseball edges Downingtown East in PIAA Class 6A playoffs  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Dalton Turner went 2-for-3 with a double and Joe Kaleck had two RBIs as Neshaminy defeated Downingtown East, 3-1, in the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class 6A ...



High school scholars honored from across the archdiocese  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted June 7, 2016. The Academic Honors Convocation held May 24 at the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul recognized the academic excellence of ...



2019 MLB draft: Harriton’s Jack Kochanowicz making his pitch  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Harriton High senior Jack Kochanowicz has pitched before hundreds of major league scouts this spring. He and his family have had home visits with ...



MAUREEN T. GRASSO  Bucks County Courier Times

Maureen T. "Rene" Grasso of Telford, formerly of Hatboro, passed away peacefully, Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, at Telford Lutheran Community Skilled Nursing Unit.



Aaron Nuble provided an immediate offensive spark in Devon Prep’s state title win over Serra Catholic  The Philadelphia Inquirer

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- His team got down by two runs in the top of the first inning and had already made a pitching change, so Devon Prep needed a spark.



Tuesday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: Danny Mallee’s double OT goal lifts the La Salle lacrosse team past Garnet  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Danny Mallee scored four goals, including the game-winner in double overtime off a rebound, to help the La Salle lacrosse team beat Garnet Valley, 11-10, ...



PIAA state track and field championships: Girard College’s Thelma Davies goes for four in a row in the 100 and  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Perkiomen Valley senior Christina Warren is seeking her third straight triple jump title.



Tuesday’s Southeastern Pa. roundup: Phil Stahl’s double helps Holy Ghost Prep top Bishop Shanahan in District  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Phil Stahl came up with a clutch hit Holy Ghost Prep needed it the most as the Firebirds beat Bishop Shanahan, 1-0, in the District 1 Class 5A championship on ...



Malvern Prep outfielder Chris Newell is off to Virginia after spurning late-round pick by St. Louis Cardinals  The Philadelphia Inquirer

I am committed to [Virginia] and talked to the coaches,” said Newell, who hit .411 with 12 doubles, eight home runs and 31 RBIs this season.



Half of archdiocesan high schools to see leadership changes  CatholicPhilly.com

By Lou Baldwin • Posted August 10, 2017. Nine of Philadelphia's 17 archdiocesan high schools will start the 2017-18 school year with changes in leadership, ...



ELIZABETH M. J. MARTIN  Bucks County Courier Times

Elizabeth M.J. "Betty" (Wurtz) Martin went peacefully to be with our Lord on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was 91. Betty was ...



Penn State loses three players who committed to its 2020 recruiting class — all in the same week  The Philadelphia Inquirer

The week began with the first player to commit to the Nittany Lions' 2020 class flipping to Ohio State. Then a pair of high school teammates decommitted, feeling ...



Margaret Anne "Peggy" Braun | Obituaries  LancasterOnline

Margaret Anne "Peggy" Braun, 73, died peacefully at Hospice & Community Care on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 after a brief illness. Born in Philadelphia, PA, ...



Students from dozens of Catholic schools get EITC grants  CatholicPhilly.com

Students of St. Hubert's Catholic High School for Girls join students from other schools to cheer the awarding of more than $268,000 in EITC scholarships ...



Bodner, Anne Fitzpatrick  Greensboro News & Record

GREENSBORO Anne died peacefully on September 21, 2017, at Beacon Place. Anne was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1934. She was the youngest of five ...



Our Lady of Hope Church hosts concert to support local youth  CatholicPhilly.com

Posted April 29, 2014. Our Lady of Hope Parish hosted the Step Up for Youth Concert on Sunday, April 27. A dozen choirs and entertainers performed songs, ...



Three generations share food and faith under one roof  CatholicPhilly.com

The three-generation Bernaudo-DeLuca family prays before dinner together in their Torresdale home, Philadelphia. (Photo by Sarah Webb). By Lou Baldwin ...



Cabrini beats Amherst, 16-12, at the Linc for first Division III men’s lacrosse title  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Radnor's own made the most of its first championship game.



50 Philly High Schoolers Earn City Scholarships  Patch.com

50 Philly High Schoolers Earn City Scholarships - Philadelphia, PA - Congratulations and good luck to all the scholarship winners!



A look at the candidates vying for Methacton School Board  The Times Herald

There are eight candidates running for four available positions on the nine-member Methacton School District Board of School Directors. They are the top four ...



500 kids enjoy 'the best day ever' with Archbishop Chaput at Christmas party  CatholicPhilly.com

After songs, skits and lunch, children tear open presents at the annual Archbishop's Christmas Benefit for Children Dec. 19 at the Sheraton Philadelphia Center ...



- Memories of Hill still vivid for stunning watercolorist  Chestnut Hill Local

Her newest exhibit opens April 28 By Len Lear Bette Lesher, who is now in her 70s, grew up on Johnson Street in Germantown and moved with her family to.



- Springside hires coaching veteran for hoops squad  Chestnut Hill Local

by Tom Utescher In selecting a new head coach for its basketball team, Springside School once again drew upon the hoops-rich tradition of the Philadelphia.



ROSEMARIE T. MILEY  Bucks County Courier Times

Rosemarie T. Miley Rosemarie T. (Quinn) Miley, a longtime resident of Warminster, died peacefully on Thursday, March 1, 2018, two days after her 93rd birthday ...



Jailhouse is ready to rock for Pope Francis  CatholicPhilly.com

Prisoners at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility sing, clap and praise the Lord in a liturgy celebrated by Archbishop Charles Chaput last January.



Tiffanie Stanard: Capturing the entrepreneurial spirit of Madam CJ Walker  Philadelphia Sunday Sun

It is easy to understand why entrepreneur Tiffanie Stanard was honored at the National Coalition of 100 Black Women's Pennsylvania Chapter's 31st Annual ...



Phila.-area youth ready to join thousands in Poland for World Youth Day  CatholicPhilly.com

After receiving a blessing at the end of Mass, the young pilgrims headed to World Youth Day in Poland lead the recessional at St. Isaac Jogues Parish in Wayne.



See the sights of St. Patrick's Day Mass and parade  CatholicPhilly.com

Maggie Harahan from Cara School of Irish Dance and Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Morton dances for spectators while the parade slows. Posted March 18 ...



Events coming to and around Burlington County - News  Burlington County Times

BENEFITS & FUNDRAISERSPuppapalooza at the Pier: 6-9 p.m., Aug. 30, Morgan's Pier, 221 N. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia. Cost: $40, general ...



5 Priests Removed, 1 Placed on Leave Due to Allegations of Sexual Abuse, Misconduct  NBC 10 Philadelphia

Five Philadelphia priests were removed and one was placed on leave due to sexual abuse and misconduct allegations. Early Sunday afternoon, the ...



The Philly campaigns that have raised the most money on GoFundMe  PhillyVoice.com

Crowdfunding websites have revamped fundraising possibilities, broadening the network of potential donors and simplifying the donation process. In some ...



Former St. Agnes Priest Placed on Leave  Patch.com

West Chester, PA - The Rev. Michael Chapman, former priest at St. Agnes, has been placed on administrative leave after allegations of sexual abuse of minors.



Comcast Awards $187,000 In Scholarships To 178 Pennsylvania High School Seniors  PR Newswire

HARRISBURG, Pa., June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Comcast Foundation, founded in 1999 to provide charitable support to its local communities and to ...



Comcast Awards $173,000 In Scholarships To Pennsylvania...  3BL Media

(3BL Media) Harrisburg, PA - May 3, 2012 - The Comcast Foundation, founded in 1999 to provide charitable support to its local communities and to empower ...



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