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  • A Pastoral Letter from
    Father Colagreco

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    Please continue to check the website for any updates. New pastoral letter posted weekly.

    Saint Anastasia Church will be open for private prayer from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM every day except Sundays, when it will be open from 12:00 - 4:00 PM.

  • The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has announced that Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez has suspended all public Masses in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia effective at 12:00 PM on Wednesday, March 18th and until further notice.

    To read the full statement, click HERE.
    To see a video message from Archbishop Perez click HERE.

  • Click on the video link below for the Live Stream Daily Mass from
    Word on Fire at 8:15 AM.

  • Virtual SMALL Group  

    Take part in the Lenten Journey of Breaking Open God's Word through a virtual small group.  Click HERE

  • chapel closing

    Beginning Monday, March 16, the chapel will be closed until further notice. 

  • St. John's Hospice

    Due to the stay at home directive, we are NOT going to have our normal collection this month.  St. John's are continuing to provide food and services for the homeless men in Philadelphia, The situation is DESPERATE, so please consider donating through this link: http://saintjohnshospice.org/donate-3/  See the attached letter for more information and the postal address.
                      Read Letter

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  • Parish Mission Statement

    We, the parishioners of Saint Anastasia, are a strong faith based community, grounded in more than a century of Catholic tradition rooted in worship and service. Compelled by the Good News of Jesus Christ, we are committed to growing in a deeper relationship with God and with one another. We strive to become a more vibrant parish by inspiring an atmosphere of belonging, of welcoming, and by promoting opportunities to share and spread our Catholic Faith, so that we may be more united as one parish community.

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  • Bp. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • Friends, in today’s Gospel the Lord tells some Jewish leaders that they are enslaved to sin and that the truth will set them free. Jesus was distinguishing between sins and sin, between the...
  • Weekly Video Reflection

    Click on the image to watch a weekly video reflection on the Sunday Readings from Opening the Word. (Must be signed in to FORMED.org watch.)

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