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    On Saturday evening, I went to St. Lawrence Church in Brookline for the vigil Mass of Divine Mercy Sunday, during which we had the institution of new lectors and acolytes for our Redemptoris Mater Seminary. They had one new acolyte, Javier Padilla, and ...

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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    On Saturday evening, I went to St. Lawrence Church in Brookline for the vigil Mass of Divine Mercy Sunday, during which we had the institution of new lectors and acolytes for our Redemptoris Mater Seminary. They had one new acolyte, Javier Padilla, and ...

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  • Ordination Class of 2021: Deacon Fernando Ayala

    This is the third in a series of articles profiling the five men who will be ordained to the priesthood for the Archdiocese of Boston at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on May 22. BRIGHTON -- Deacon Fernando Ayala grew up in El Salvador, the eldest ...

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  • Archdiocese considers relaxing restrictions as COVID-19 trends improve

    BRAINTREE -- Though masking and social distancing may remain the norm for some time, other aspects of parish activities -- including Masses, social gatherings, and summer events -- may look more normal after Pentecost, if coronavirus statistics continue ...

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  • Catholic Schools Foundation honors teachers at ICSF Gala

    BOSTON -- On April 15, the Catholic Schools Foundation held its 31st Annual Inner-City Scholarship Fund (ICSF) Gala in a virtual format, raising nearly $4 million for student scholarships and honoring the accomplishments of the archdiocese's Catholic ...

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


On Saturday evening, I went to St. Lawrence Church in Brookline for the vigil Mass of Divine Mercy Sunday, during which we had the institution of new lectors and acolytes for our Redemptoris Mater Seminary. They had one new acolyte, Javier Padilla, and two lectors, Aaron Sanz and Gustavo Neitzke.

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Ordination Class of 2021: Deacon Fernando Ayala


This is the third in a series of articles profiling the five men who will be ordained to the priesthood for the Archdiocese of Boston at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on May 22. BRIGHTON -- Deacon Fernando Ayala grew up in El Salvador, the eldest of seven children in a Catholic family. They always went to Sunday Mass and made a weekly Holy Hour, and his father used to quiz him and his siblings with questions about the Scriptures.

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Cardinal O'Malley's statement on Chauvin verdict


The following statement was released by Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley on April 21. The killing of George Floyd has had a traumatic impact on our society. The suffering he endured and the immense loss his family has experienced speaks to us on a very human level.

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Catholic Schools Foundation honors teachers at ICSF Gala


BOSTON -- On April 15, the Catholic Schools Foundation held its 31st Annual Inner-City Scholarship Fund (ICSF) Gala in a virtual format, raising nearly $4 million for student scholarships and honoring the accomplishments of the archdiocese's Catholic school teachers during the coronavirus pandemic.

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