We, the parish community of Saint John Bosco, proclaim our trust in God’s love. We welcome all to come together to worship and grow in love of God and neighbor, to serve others, and to be especially attentive to the spiritual growth of our youth.

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  • Married Couples Dinner Club

    Looking for a fun activity? THE Married Couples Dinner Club will meet on 6/12/19. Our Dinner Club is a way to build relationships with other couples in our Parish family. It will be an evening of good food, meeting new friends and having a fun night out.  We will gather

  • Movie Event

    Saint John Bosco presents a free family movie event on Friday, 3/1 at 6:30 PM in the Parish Center. Please join us for a showing of the outstanding feature film on Joseph of Nazareth. The first feature film ever on the story of St. Joseph – carpenter, husband of Mary

  • Golf Outing

    Saint John Bosco’s first annual Golf Outing will kick off the Spring Season by bringing the Bosco Community together for a mid-day round of 18 Holes on Monday, April 29 at Limekiln Golf Club, starting at 10 AM.  Play will be a scramble/shotgun format and golfers of all levels and

  • Married Couples Holy Hour

    Having a strong marriage takes work but God gives us all the grace we need to live out this beautiful vocation. Saint John Bosco will host a Married Couples Holy Hour at 7PM on Wednesday, 3/20/19. Spend time with your spouse in adoration of Him who brought you together, in

  • Book Club

    In the Bosco Book Club (A Novel Bunch), we’ll be reading and discussing newly released, highly rated books from a wide variety of genres.  This month we’re reading: LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE by Celeste Ng. We will meet on MONDAY 3/11/19 at 7:15 PM  in the Parish Center. Bring a dish to share

  • Who Am I To Judge

    How do we talk about morality in a world where the truth is no longer important? How do we live as Catholics in a world where there is constant relativism and hate? In this Bible Study we will learn how Catholic morality is possible in the world. We will learn

  • Saint Paul Traveling Statue

    The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is celebrating an Extraordinary Year of Mission beginning in October. A blessed statue of Saint Paul will be traveling to the homes of our Parishioners for a week-long visit. The statue of Saint Paul will be traveling for one year from household to household. You are invited