“90 Days Now For Your Parish” Initiative Phase II

Dear Friends, Peace to you and know of our ongoing prayers and concern for you. And thank you for your ongoing care for our parish, especially during these difficult days of the pandemic. Along with this letter, I am releasing a short video from inside the church so that you can see some of the restoration work that continues and to thank you also for your ongoing financial support. We have seen a welcome increase in critical online giving, readily available on our website.  Some continue to mail in weekly envelopes and the cash offertory basket at Mass is convenient […]

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Holy Week Music Blog

Mr. Adach is offering rich musical resources and reflections on his blog to assist in following the Holy Week liturgies. He will be updating it as Holy Week progresses, so check back daily! Easter Sunday, April 12 Holy Saturday, April 11 Good Friday, April 10 Holy Thursday, April 9 Wednesday, April 8

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A Message from Fr. Kelly

Given at the 9:00 AM Mass on Saturday, March 14 Friends, Last night I was with a priest friend from another diocese who is in charge of making decisions for all the parishes there.  Throughout the evening he was speaking with his state’s governor, head of state police, bishops…you get the picture. Things were changing every five minutes. That’s how it feels for us.  I would offer two things that can help us right now:  prudence and hope.  Prudent measures, even sacrificial ones, are to protect the health and well-being of all our brothers and sisters.  And hope in the […]

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Special Announcements: ALL MASSES HAVE BEEN CANCELED

Dear Friends, All Masses, Parish Gatherings, Ministries and Events Canceled Because of an abundance of concern with the spread of the coronavirus, and at the direction of Cardinal O’Malley, all parish Masses, events and gatherings are suspended indefinitely. CARDINAL O’MALLEY AUTHORIZES TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF DAILY AND SUNDAY MASS IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 OUTBREAK PROVIDES DISPENSATION TO THE FAITHFUL ENCOURAGES PARTICIPATION IN THE MASS THROUGH CATHOLIC TV In response to growing public concern and following Governor Baker’s Emergency Order prohibiting most gatherings of 250 or more people, Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley, OFM Cap, Archbishop of Boston, has made the decision effective […]

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