Dear New Parishioners,
Welcome to the Parish of St. Eleanor. You may be curious as to who Saint Eleanor is and why her name is unknown to you. You may already be familiar with St. Helena, the foundress of the True Cross on which Christ was crucified. St. Eleanor is simply another form of Helena; they are one and the same person. By the way, you will see a statue of St. Helena when you get to the narthex of the church.
There are so many ways to get involved with our parish. We have over fifty organizations with which your spiritual and social needs should be met. Whether you want to work on a project like building homes for the poor or meet other young mothers, there is something for everyone.
The parish has six masses on the weekend, including a Sunday evening service. We have music at every mass and a welcoming congregation of young families to greet you.
Our school of Religious education is one of the largest in the diocese. Please look at the quality of our Catholic school, with extensive additional technology, virtue-oriented education, our many CYO activities and programs for young and old.
I hope that you will want to join our parish and to be part of our dynamic Catholic community. Fr. Chris Moriconi and I look forward to meeting you.
Rev. Msgr. Michael McCulken
St Eleanor Parish is located in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, a small college town about 30 miles west of Philadelphia. We have grown rapidly in the last few years, building a new school and enlarging our church to keep up with the growing number of parishioners. Our Parish is a vibrant community offering spiritual growth and social opportunities as well as a tradition of service.
|Rev. Msgr. Michael T. McCulken||Pastor||
|Rev. Christopher Moriconi||Parochial Vicar||
|Deacon Joseph DeRosa||Permanent Deacon|
|Deacon Jack Hasson||Permanent Deacon|
|Deacon James Burns||Permanent Deacon - Retired|
|Linda Coyne||Business Manager||
|Susan Gordon||Stewardship Coordinator||
|Jean Phillips||Administrative Assistant||
|Matt Kirsch||Facilities Manager||
St. Eleanor Parish is providing Electronic Giving, or E-giving, as a simple, secure and convenient method for making contributions. The eGiving option is being used by churches throughout the country and works similar to online bill paying.
E-giving is when parishioners authorize their designated church contribution to be extracted from their bank account or credit card and deposited directly into St. Eleanor’s account. There is no fee for parishioners who choose this method and St. Eleanor receives contributions even when the members are on vacation or away. Regular monthly reports are sent to the parish for accurate donor records and all banks and all credit cards are accepted.
You can sign up for E-giving by clicking here. You will be directed to a secure web site where you will be asked to create an account and fill out a form. Once the completed form is submitted you will receive a welcome email.
1. Pennsylvania Criminal History Police Check:
2. ChildLine Abuse History Check:
3. Federal Fingerprint Check:
4. Virtus Training (Protecting Godís Children/Safe Environment)
5. Communication Technology Addendum Training
6. Mandated Reporter Training
7. ACT 24 Arrest/Conviction Report and Certification Form
Parish at a Glance
8:00 to 9AM and 4 to 5:00PM
please call 610-489-1647 x 10