Sunday: 4:00 PM Vigil                    Weekday Mass: 8:00 AM          Holy Days: 5:00 PM Vigil
   8:00, 9:30 AM, and 12:00 Noon      Saturday: 9:00 AM                   8:00 AM and 12:00 Noon



“Our Call to Holiness”
September 23 – September 26
Morning and Evening Sessions

Saint Colman is hosting a Parish Mission. This time of renewal will take place Sunday night, September 23, through Wednesday night, September 26. The theme for the mission is: “Our Call to Holiness!” Each day will focus on a different aspect of spiritual life and growth.
Bill Wegner from Good News International will be conducting the mission.  Bill is a Catholic Lay Evangelist. He is a dynamic, humorous and engaging speaker, whose sessions are both challenging and inspiring. This is an extraordinary opportunity for us, individually and as a parish family, to be renewed and transformed spiritually. Everyone will leave the mission with a morprofound and very personal relationship with the Lord.

The mission is for everyone, young or old, single or married, regardless of your vocation or state in life. Please take this opportunity to invite someone to attend with you — a friend, relative, and/or neighbor — Catholic or not.

All evening sessions at Saint Colman Church will begin promptly at 7:00 P.M.  All morning sessions, Monday through Wednesday, will begin at 8:30 A.M., after morning Mass.


You or someone you know (spouse, family member, friend) may be considering becoming a member of the Catholic Church. Perhaps you are not sure, have questions about the process and would like some information. A group will be forming. If you know someone who might be interested, please have them contact the rectory. It will be an exciting journey.  RSVP to or phone the rectory: 610-642-0545.


Please save these dates:

Sunday, September 23 - September 26
Parish Mission
Monday – Wednesday: 8:00 A.M.
Sunday – Wednesday: 7:00 P.M.

Saturday, September 29
Anthem Live Concert in Church
Social follows in Parish Hall

October 1 - October 29: 7:00 P.M.
“The Problem of Love: Is Selfless Love Possible?”
Presentation in Parish Hall

Saturday, October 6: 4:00 P.M.
Anointing of the Sick Mass

Saturday, October 13: 9:45 A.M.
Outdoor Rosary (Parking Lot)



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.



Dr. Paul Camacho and Dr. Ian Clausen will conduct a regional seminar that explores classical and Christian traditions on the nature and possibility of truly selfless love.
Monday Evenings (7:00 P.M. – 8:15 P.M.)
October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Regina Angelorum Academy
Saint Colman Parish Hall
The event is being organized by The Collegium Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture and is being cosponsored by Regina Angelorum Academy and Saint Colman Parish.

The registration fee, which includes the seminar, a book and refreshments is only:
$50.00 Individual Adult
$65.00 Married and Engaged Couple
$10.00 Student
$30.00 Saint Colman Parishioner

To register, visit:

(Saint Colman Parishioners can receive a discount by entering “Saint Colman”)


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.