Welcome to Saint Anastasia, A Roman Catholic Church and School in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Dear Parishioners of Saint Anastasia,
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act has affected the longstanding practice of hospitals and nursing facilities in providing information to priests about parishioners who become patients at local hospitals or residents of local nursing homes. Because of this law, priests may not be informed that a member of our parish has been hospitalized, entered a long-term care facility, or become a resident at an assisted living facility. If you are in the hospital or nursing home and wish to see a Priest while you are there, you must register as a Catholic when admitted or make sure a family member does so for you. This is the only way to assure a visit by a Priest or Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion.
Emergency sick calls may be made to the Rectory at any time. If surgery or admission to the hospital is scheduled, call the Rectory ahead of time to make arrangements to receive the Sacrament of the Sick.
Please notify the Rectory, either directly or through a family member, when you become a patient in a hospital or a resident of a nursing home.
Have a great week,
Parish Summary of Operations
Please take a moment to review our Results Summary 2014 for the fiscal year ending June 30th. Thank you.
Malvern Retreat House
Please click here to view the Malvern Retreat Experience video. Malvern is the oldest and largest Catholic Retreat House offering Retreats for men, women, young adults and families.
Come, Spend Time with Jesus – Heart to heart!
Please stop by the St. Anastasia Chapel anytime for any length of time when the chapel is open: Monday to Friday, 9:30 AM – 9:00 PM September thru Mid- June. There are also empty time slots available. Please consider signing up for one or as many times that you wish to spend quiet time with Our Lord Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament by contacting Perpetua Salvucci at 610-359-9817; email email@example.com or click this Sign-Up Genius link.
Reserve time to be with Jesus to ensure that He is never left alone. Jesus is waiting for you!
To learn more about Eucharistic Adoration, please click this video link.