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The Light Is On For You – Lenten Confession Program

THE LIGHT IS ON FOR YOU WEDNESDAYS OF LENT— 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM Five Priests will be available– April 12! St. Paul’s and all the parishes and chapels of the Archdiocese of Boston will be open on Wednesdays for individual confessions during Lent from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Please visit www.TheLightIsOnForYou.org to help you prepare. It has videos, sheets on how to make a good confession, answers to frequently-asked questions. Please make plans to come on Lenten Wednesdays and spread the word of this special outreach of mercy to those you know. Confessions may also be heard Thursdays, 1:30 PM […]

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Holy Week at St. Paul’s

Holy Week at Saint Paul’s Palm (Passion) Sunday, April 9 Vigil – 5:00 PM Sunday – 7:30, 9:00 (Note time change), 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM   Holy Thursday, April 13 Morning Prayer – 8:00 AM Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper with Procession to the Altar of Repose – 7:30 PM Compline – 10:00 PM   Good Friday, April 14 Morning Prayer – 8:00 AM Solemn Celebration of the Lord’s Passion  – 3:00 PM Stations of the Cross – 7:00 PM Holy Saturday, April 15 Morning Prayer – 9:00 AM The Great Vigil of Easter  –  8:00 PM Easter […]

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ST. PAUL PARISH SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL STUDY! TAKE THE SURVEY TODAY

ST. PAUL PARISH SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL STUDY! TAKE THE SURVEY TODAY  St. Paul’s has been selected to participate in a national study of vibrant parishes conducted by the Catholic Leadership Institute! Please help us participate by completing a 10-15 minute survey online . The survey will only be available March 6 and will ask you to reflect on your own spiritual growth and enable you to provide feedback on what efforts the parish is doing to help you grow. All responses will be confidential and the parish will only receive information about the community as whole.   We are […]

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Details from St. Paul Church, Cambridge

text and photos courtesy of Cynthia Staples When walking toward St. Paul Church, the exterior conveys a sense of simplicity as well as sturdiness, which makes sense given that the building’s design is romanesque in style. Its red brick facade blends into the surrounding historic landscape of Cambridge, MA. As it is an active Catholic church, I knew I had a short window of time to take photos before the midday mass. I felt like I had prepared myself to be focused in my photography by reading the in-depth online building tour found on the church website. Still, reading the words can never […]

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