Parish Info

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If you are new to the area, we welcome you to register at the Parish Office  as soon as possible so that you may participate more fully in the life of the parish. If you move or change your phone number, please notify the Parish Office so our records can be kept current.

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Open to all youth of the parish the CCD or P.R.E.P. classes are on Monday evenings at 6PM.  If your child is not in Catholic School please make sure you sign them up for religious educations classes and prepare them for reception of all the sacraments (Reconciliation, 1st Communion and Confirmation.)  You may register at the Parish Office.  Forms are also available in the rear of the church.  Or Call Vita Young at (610) 432-9384.

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What a blessing it is to just sit and spend time with Jesus in prayer!  More and more people find such peace and comfort with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.  Exposition is in the Chapel every Wednesday after 8:15AM Mass until Benediction with Evening Prayer at 5PM.


Upon the death of a loved one, please consider a memorial gift to the parish. Your Loved one will be remembered in the monthly Mass which is celebrated for all who are enrolled in the Memorial Program.bequest3.gif

Bequests Please consider designating Our Lady Help of Christians Parish in your last will and testament so that the blessings the Lord has given you in your lifetime will continue to build up His Kingdom in the years to come.

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The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated the First and Third Sundays of the Month after the 10:30am Mass. Please call the rectory (610) 432-9384 to schedule a Baptism and to register for Baptismal Prep Class.


We help couples prepare not only for their wedding day, but for the lifelong commitment of living a Christian marriage.  Parishioners of O.L.H.C. should make arrangements with the parish at least six months prior to the date of the Wedding.  The couple must meet with a priest before the date for the marriage can be confirmed.

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Holy Communion is taken to the homebound each month by the Priest or Deacon and two weekends a month by the Eucharistic Ministers. The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick is available anytime upon request. Please call the Parish office to make arrangements.