Author Archives: Nancy Nicolaou

2021-2022 Cowperthwaite Parking Lot Applicaton

Last year’s parking permit for the Cowperthwaite Parking lot has now been extended through August 31st of this year. The 2021-2022 permit will go into effect starting September 1st. Permit holders can start submitting their applications now, but they will not be ready to be picked up or mailed until late August. Please click here for the application. There is no fee.

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Welcome Home Video from Cardinal O’Malley: Reinstatement of Mass ObligationEffective June 19/20

Please read this message from Cardinal O’Malley: Aware that the opportunity to participate in Sunday Mass is increasingly available and increasingly safe for our Catholic people, we have joined the dioceses of Fall River, Springfield, Manchester, and Portland in lifting the dispensation from Mass obligation, effective this weekend June 19 and 20, 2021. With obvious exceptions, all Catholics would take up again the duty to attend Sunday Mass and Holy Days. It’s a blessing for each one of us and for the whole church. Cardinal Seán O’Malley: Welcome Home Message on Vimeo

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Church Hours on Monday and Tuesday, June 14 and 15: Music Recording – Mass Will Take Place at 12:10 PM

Monday and Tuesday, June 14 and 15, 2021 The church will be closed for a music recording on Monday and Tuesday, June 14 and 15 from 9:00 AM to 11:45 AM and 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM.  Mass will take place at 12:10 PM on both days.  The Chapel of the Women Doctors of the Church is open and available for prayer. Thank you, and we appreciate your understanding!  

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Songs of Springtime Now Available!

Now available! Songs of Springtime, the annual Spring concert from Saint Paul’s, is now available for purchase and online viewing. All those who donate at the link below will be granted access to the concert via both YouTube and Vimeo. Thank you for your interest in the concert and for your support of the Boy Choristers of Saint Paul’s and Saint Paul’s Choir School. Donate and View Songs of Springtime! The concert opens with the grand, stirring, melody-filled anthem, Hear my words, ye people by English composer, Charles H H Parry. It was composed and published in 1893 as a […]

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Emergency COVID Collection for the Church in India and Brazil – June 5 and 6

As you may know, there is immense suffering and loss of life occurring in India and Brazil due to the pandemic. The Catholic Church, through Catholic Relief Services (CRS), is on the ground in those countries working to support local hospitals and programs which are being overwhelmed and which have reached a breaking point. Given our own experience in the United States with regards to the pandemic and the important role the Church has in being able to respond to global events, we have an opportunity to assist relief efforts in India and Brazil.  To learn more about CRS efforts in the […]

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Saturday, May 8, 2021 AT 4:00 PM: THE VIRGIN MARY IN THE ART OF LATIN AMERICA 1520 – 1820, WITH PROF. GAUVIN ALEXANDER BAILEY

SATURDAY, MAY 8 at 4:00 PM: THE VIRGIN MARY IN THE ART OF LATIN AMERICA 1520 – 1820, WITH PROF. GAUVIN ALEXANDER BAILEY Latin Americans in colonial times had an abounding love for the Virgin Mary. During these 300 years, devotions to Mary proliferated widely, particularly among Amerindian groups who identified with her compassion, and her role as an intercessor and mother. The Virgin of Guadalupe is still the most important religious image in Latin America, but many other local devotions sprouted as well, each with distinctive imagery, in large cities and tiny villages, alike from Quito (present-day Ecuador) to […]

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