Sunday: 4:00 PM Vigil                     Weekday Mass: 8:00 AM         Holy Days: 6:00 PM Vigil
   8:00, 9:30 AM, and 12:00 Noon      Saturday: 9:00 AM                   8:00 AM and 12:00 Noon



Archbishop Chaput has written to you regarding the 2018 Catholic Charities Appeal. Envelopes and pledge cards are in the pews. Brochures with information on the Archdiocesan activities funded by the Appeal can be found at the doors. Please mail your pledge card with your sacrificial gift in your envelope or place it in the collection basket. Make your check payable to “Catholic Charities Appeal.” Visit the website:


Everyone who lives within our parish boundaries should be registered here.  If you are not currently receiving envelopes, you are not registered; please call the Rectory in the morning to be sure you are registered. We are aware that some are coming to Mass here who live outside our parish boundaries.  If you wish to, you can now be registered here. Please call the Rectory in the morning or see Father Ames after Mass.


Are you a Catholic who wants to learn more about the Catholic Faith? Do you have questions about the Catholic Church or its teachings. Was your last formal religious education in elementary or secondary school? Join us for a refresher and update. We will gather in church on Monday evenings at 6:00 – 7:00 P.M. You will be treated to lively and informative discussion on prayer and a variety of faith topics. Dress casually, bring your questions and insights, deepen your relationship with Jesus. There is no cost or obligation.

(Choose one or more)

1. Stations of the Cross
   6:00 P.M. Every Friday

2. Weekday Mass
   8:00 A.M. Monday-Friday
   9:00 A.M. Saturday

3. Confession
   3:00 – 3:45 Saturday

4. Miraculous Medal Novena Prayers
   9:30 A.M. Saturday

5. Rosary
   7:40 A.M. Monday-Friday
   9:40 A.M. Saturday

6. Operation Rice Bowl
   Family Prayer, Almsgiving for the poor
   Kits are available at church doors

7. Lenten Penance Service

   Monday, March 19, 6:00 P.M.

8. Lenten Scripture Study
   Fridays in Lent, 9 A.M., Rectory
   Meeting Room

9. Lenten CDs, books, booklets
     Vestibule display stand


Saint Colman Parish will host Italian Night

April 28, 2018
Parish Hall
Immediately after 4:00 P.M. Mass

Come and enjoy an evening of fine food and great fun. Volunteers should contact Maria Cermignano (610-642-4988). For more information or to purchase tickets, use the forms at the church doors or click here to download and print. Space is limited. Purchase your tickets early. No tickets will be sold at the door.


Every Sunday, Saint Colman provides faith formation for children (Grades 1-12) who do not attend a Catholic School. Parents and children are invited to attend 9:30 Mass as a family. Religious instruction for the children follows immediately after Mass (10:30).


Online giving is available at St. Colman.  It is quick, easy, and safe: simply click on the Online Giving logo on our home page and you will be taken to the site provided for our parish by Our Sunday Visitor.  You can either register an account so you can donate more than once, or you can use Quick Give, which is for a one-time donation.  All of your information is stored off-site in a secure area: the parish staff does not have access to your bank account information or your credit card information. We receive notice of your donation that evening, and it is credited to you as it would be if you placed money in our collection basket. Please call (610-642-0545 on weekday mornings) or email ( the Rectory if you have questions or need help getting started.