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May Fr. Feeney Rest in the Peace of Christ

Reverend Robert T. Feeney, former Pastor, Saint Bridget Parish, Philadelphia, and Parochial Vicar, Saint John the Baptist Parish, died at Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Father Feeney is survived by four brothers, one sister, and many nieces and nephews.
Because of the current situation, Father Feeney’s funeral will be private, A Memorial Mass will be celebrated for Father Feeney at a later date.

St. Bridget COVID19 Update

All public Masses on Sunday and weekdays are suspended in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia until further notice from the Archbishop of Philadelphia, Nelson J. Perez. Therefore, St. Bridget’s will not hold public Mass until further notice. In the mean time, the priests of St. Bridget’s Parish, Fr. Bernard Taglianetti and Fr. Stephen DeLacy, will celebrate private Masses and offer the intentions found in the Mass Intention Calendar as well as your personal intentions.

Please visit this site again for future updates.

Thank you and God Bless you,

Fr. Bernard Taglianetti, Parochial Administrator

St. Bridget’s Parish, East Falls, Philadelphia, PA.

Launching Our New Web Presence

St. Bridget’s is please to share the news of the launch of our new web presence at After a summer filled with reflection and construction, our new web presence is a warm and welcoming home for Catholics and friends, featuring necessary informational materials and content meant to evangelize.

Receive Our E-mail Newsletter — St. Bridget’s is now posting regular news, events, and informational materials on our “Parish Life & News” blog. You can sign up via e-mail on our homepage to automatically receive the latest news and information as it’s published to ensure you don’t miss anything happening at the parish, and you can always reply to any e-mail to correspond with Fr. Devlin personally.

Like St. Bridget’s on Facebook — St. Bridget’s has truly joined the world of new and social media! We are excited to share our Facebook page, and encourage you to be a part of it by “Liking” the page to see our latest posts and interactions. We want our Facebook presence to be a digital home for all parishioners to dialogue, learn, and witness even when away from the parish, and during the week.

View and Post Photos & Video — Anyone can view beautiful photos of St. Bridget’s on our Facebook page under “Photos.” If you have a Facebook account, you can also post your own photos (and even video) of the parish and events, gatherings, and Masses within the parish to share with everyone! Visit

Online Giving — In a first for St. Bridget’s we’re now accepting online giving through ParishPay, an intuitive and trustworthy Catholic giving service trusted by parishes nationally. Please consider signing up today to give weekly (or monthly, or on any regular basis!) to St. Bridget’s by visiting our website. All credit cards are accepted. Automating your giving can make life simpler!