Our Lady of Hope Catholic Parish
Church of the Holy Child
Parokya Katolika ng Mahal na Birhen ng Pag-Asa, Simbahan Ng Santo Niño
Parroquia Católica Nuestra Señora de La Experanza, Iglesia del Santo Niño
HAPPY EASTER TO ALL!
Yours in the Risen Christ,
Fr. Efren and Parish Staff
If you wish to make an online donation
Calendar of Activities: JULY 2017:
July 30 Feast of Our Lady of Chiquinquira 10:30 am mass
SOCIAL MINISTRY OUTREACH:
Anyone interested in being included in the
THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS, OR EASTER OUTREACH
must have a completed form returned NO LATER THAN AUGUST 13, 2017. Forms will be in the back of the church. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION.
Pastor's Monthly Message
Weekend/Fin de Semana
Saturday Evening/ Sábado en la Noche:
10:30am Spanish/ Español
12:30pm English except 3rd Sunday of month in Tagalog/ Ingles maliban sa ika-3 Linggo ng buwan sa Tagalog
Weekdays/En Semana (Monday-Saturday, Lunes-Sábado)
8:30am In the Chapel/En la Capilla
Sunday/Domingo: 10am or after mass/ A Las 10am o después de la Misa
Rosary and Novena to Our Mother Of Perpetual Help
Every Wednesday at 9am
First Friday of the Month
7pm: Holy Hour (Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Confessions, Sacred Heart of Jesus Novena, Divine Mercy Chaplet and Rosary
Legion of Mary
Every Monday at 7pm in the rectory basement
Our Lady of Hope is a diverse and vibrant parish located in the Logan Neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our parish truly represents the universal nature of the Catholic Church with our vibrant Hispanic, Filipino and Black apostolates. The parish was established in 1909 and the church building has been located on Broad Street since 1930. In 1993, the neighborhood entered a new era of our faith, with the merging of three local parishes: St. Stephen, Our Lady of the Holy Souls, and Holy Child. As these parishes came together, separate identities became one, bringing forth Our Lady of Hope Parish. Our parish is now home to over 1,000 parishoners.
Church of the Holy Child is often referred to as the Cathedral of the North because of its massive structure. The Church was inspired by French Romanesque architecture. The steeple at 200 feet can be seen from afar in the area. Having been influenced by European Cathedral architecture, this is evident by the massive three story high marble carved altar. We hope this website will help you to get to know Our Lady of Hope, our mission statement and the community, which is here to serve you, our parishioners and visitors.
We hope to see you soon,