Parishioners from St. Aloysius in Pottstown and other area churches are organizing bus transportation to attend the Jan. 27 "March For Life" rally in Washington DC.
The. Rev. Joseph Maloney of St. Aloysius church and school has been selected as a recipient of the second annual Learn, Lead, Proclaim Awards to be presented during April by the National Catholic Education Association.
The tribute was part of the 275th anniversary celebration of Most Blessed Sacrament Church.
Last month's highly successful fund-raiser on behalf of the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities raised $36,000 to benefit its several programs for local families in poverty.
St. Aloysius Church in Pottstown, which in June received a chance to expand its elementary school into the vacant St. Pius X building in Lower Pottsgrove, has raised half the funds it needs to move.
Drivers in Pottstown won't be able to use King Street near its corner with Charlotte Street generally during daylight hours on weekdays only, due to demolition at First Baptist Church.
Twenty-nine members of St. Aloysius Parish in Pottstown, the majority of them teens, attended a recent Franciscan conference in Steubenville OH, CatholicPhilly Magazine reported Thursday.
St. Aloysius School in Pottstown, which teaches students in grades K-8, reportedly has been offered an opportunity to move into the former St. Pius X building on North Keim Street in Lower Pottsgrove.