Organizations at Saint Adalbert Roman Catholic Church in Philadelphia

The Associates of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth


The Association of the Holy Family (AHF) is a group of Catholic lay women, men and families who help advance the mission and ministry of the congregation of the Sisters ofthe Holy Family of Nazareth. Members are committed to living out the values of love,unity, simplicity, hospitality and faithful listening. All of the groups of Associates strive to provide members with opportunities to refresh and renew their individual and community relationships with God and each other.


For further information contact Sister Aurea, St. Adalbert's AHF coordinator at or Donna Zagacki, core member, at You may also call Sister Aurea at Our Lady of Port Richmond Regional Catholic School during school hours and leave a message: (215) 739 1920.



Sodality of Our Lady of Fatima


The Sodality is the Parish's Catholic ladies’ group which encourages following the way of Christ, using Mary, His mother, as their role model.


Polish Choir

St. Adalbert's Polish choir under the leadership of Boguslaw Dziedzic meets after the 10:30 am Mass in the parish hall at the corner of Allegheny and Edgemont. New members are always welcome.

Szkoła Języka Polskiego imienia św. Wojciecha zaprasza! Students and Faculty

St. Adalbert Polish Language School


(Saturdays) Classes are held in the Our Lady Help of Christians Building, Allegheny Avenue and Chatham Street, in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia. Students from as young as 3 years old (Pre-k) to High School, as well as adults are welcome. For information call Agnieszka Dziedzic at (610) 809-4899. Visit the Szkoła Języka Polskiego im. św. Wojciecha website

St. Adalbert Seniors Club

New season began September 12, 2012 with 12 noon Mass. Regular meetings start at 12:30PM. Meetings are in the lower half of the school on Thompson Street. For info call Rich (215) 425-2697. New members welcome.

Parish Pastoral Council

Parish Pastoral Council is an advisory body to the pastor in making important decisions and they are the voice of the parishioners. The composition of the Council should be active parishioners, representing different ethnic groups, parish organizations and various ages. The current Board consists of nine members and was established temporarily a year ago by the pastor. To allow for rotation, three members received thanks for their year of service. They may be re-elected if they are nominated. Each year, the Parish Council will be composed of three new members, elected by parishioners. If necessary, one person can be nominated
by the pastor.


Current members: (updated August 2015)

  1. Eichler Danuta                      
  2. Panieczko Victor                  
  3. Prusik Maria                         
  4. Romanowski Theresa           
  5. Runowski Bruce                   
  6. Sledzeski Cathy                   
  7. Terech Witold                       
  8. Tertel  Janice (Recording Secretary)  

     9. Zagacki Donna


Parish Finance Council

  1. Regina Slawinski                                 Oct. 2012
  2. Joanna Glanzmann                              Oct. 2012
  3. Jim Skowronski                                   Apr. 2014
  4. Jon Frey                                             Apr. 2014

5. Maria Koleda                                     




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