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Advent…a season of anticipating

Check out some things you can do to celebrate and bring Christ into the Season.

Novenas Have Been Mailed

Didn’t receive yours? Sometimes holiday mail has its glitches. View our colorized Novena Page, or contact us to receive one in the mail.

Upcoming...The Third Sunday of Advent

Read about Gaudete Sunday and why we have good reason to rejoice!

Did you miss it?

If you weren’t able to attend the Nov. 18th Mass at the Cathedral Basilica, you will now have a chance to view it in its entirety thanks to EWTN and their series titled, Cathedrals Across America.

The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament:
Who We Are

Our consecration is a free and total gift of ourselves to GOD. The Eucharist, God's free and total gift to us, is the heart of our lives.

Enrich Your Faith

See the Monday blog posts and reflect on the upcoming Sunday’s readings as a way to enhance your faith journey.

Read Past Issues!

Catch up on the ministries and events of the SBS in our current issue. Soon, our NEW issue will be available online!

We Applaud You!

We celebrate the accomplishments of our Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament on their ministry achievements along with those who actively carry on the charism of St. Katharine Drexel through their service to others.

GALA Wrap Up!

Read about our 2018 GALA event and view all the photos!

Award Recipient

Sr. Patricia Daly, O.P. was presented with the 2018 SKD National Justice Award at the annual GALA event.

Time to Make An Impact

Isn’t it time for you to take action and play a part in our 2018- 2019 Annual Appeal?

The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament stand in solidarity with Catholic Charities USA and Bishop Vásquez, Chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Migration, who challenge us to take action against the recent policy of family separation at the border. Click on this link below to see how you can unite with us as people of faith who wish to respond to this crucial social justice issue.

https://www.catholiccharitiesusa.org/stop-family-separation/

Stop Family title
Saint Katharine Drexel

An Interactive Timeline

Follow along in the footsteps of a saint as you learn about St. Katharine Drexel’s family, her life, her ministry and canonization. For more information on the Feastday Novena, select Development from the pull down menu under the Partners tab.

Explore Timeline
New Archdiocese Website

Full Website Coming Soon!

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is developing a site in connection with the new tomb of St. Katharine Drexel at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. The landing page is now up, as the full website is under development.

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