Harvard Catholic Forum: What Do Genesis 1-3 Tell Us About Creation in a  Scientific Age?

  Thursday, October 29 7:30 PM EDT / 6:30 PM CDT Fr. Richard Clifford, S.J. REGISTER HERE This event is free and open to the public. It will be held on Zoom (registration required) and live-streamed on YouTube. Co-presented with the Lumen Christi Institute. Co-sponsored by the Society of Catholic Scientists and the Science and Religion Initiative of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. Modern readers naturally fall into a series of common mistakes when interpreting the creation accounts in Genesis. Urging us to consider these texts with fresh eyes, Fr. Clifford asks: Why does Genesis 1 describe creation as a 6-day work week? Why is Genesis 2-3 […]

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COVID-19 Positive Test Notification – Friday, October 9, 2020

We want to pass along some information to you. Someone who has regularly attended the daily Mass and the 11:00 Sunday Mass and has served as a Eucharistic Minister has tested positive for the Covid virus, though is asymptomatic. If you attended these Masses, please monitor your own health and notify your physician with any questions, concerns or symptoms.  The church has been deep cleaned and the proper authorities informed.  If you prefer not to remain in the church at this time, we certainly understand. With prayers for all who are affected by this illness We would like to remind everyone […]

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All Day and Night Adoration

We will need at least four persons who commit to cover one hour throughout the day and night. Please look ahead to your schedule and plan when might be best for you. Confessors will also be available. It is a real grace to do this in a parish.  Please sign up by contacting Nancy in the main office or visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040b49a5a92ba5f85-allday  

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Let Your Voice Be Heard – Again “Say No to ROE”

The state legislature has extended the session until January 5, 2021. Please remind the members of the Joint Committee on Judiciary that you oppose the expansion of abortion in Massachusetts. Please call the Committee at (617) 722-2396 and let them know you are opposed to H3320 and S1209 – the ROE legislation. Every telephone call helps! Remember these bills would remove: ·The requirement that young girls obtain consent before an abortion ·The requirement that efforts be made to save a living baby who survives abortion ·The requirement that late term abortions be performed in hospitals ·And the bills would allow […]

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Join Music Director Mr. James Kennerley, for the Virtual, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) and the Kotzschmar Organ | Halloween Weekend! 

Available for viewing: October 30, 12:00 PM – November 1, 11:00 PM This concert is a Pay What You Choose event with prices starting at $10 (plus applicable service fees). Please take into account the number of viewers when you make your selection. Online access to this pre-recorded concert will be available from 12pm on Friday, October 30th through 11pm Sunday, November 1st. Viewing link will be sent directly to all ticket holders prior to October 30th. https://boxoffice.porttix.com/hunchback-of-notre-dame-kotzschmar-organ-online/1431

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Black Catholic Saints

St. Benedict the Black also known as St. Benedict the Moor From Slave to Cook and Franciscan Priest, this Saint’s holiness touched all those whom he came into contact with. To read more about his incredible life click here and here FACT: There are at least 7 historically Black Catholic parishes named for this saint within the United States. Events Join in praying the ROSARY FOR AN END TO COVID-19 AND RACISM IN OUR COUNTRY AND THE WORLD. All are welcome to join in this call and pray together! Every Sunday at 2:00 PM CALL IN: (605) 313-5111 ACCESS CODE: […]

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Protecting God’s Children: VIRTUS Training

PROTECTING GOD’S CHILDREN Per the Archdiocese of Boston, as part of serving in ANY ministry at St. Paul’s, or any parish in the Archdiocese, Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks are obtained for all volunteers who minister to or have the potential for unmonitored access to children, youth, elderly or the disabled.  CORI checks with a valid ID take place before you start practicing your ministry. We appreciate your help with this.  In January, we learned that all volunteers are also required to complete a VIRTUS, Protecting God’s Children, training class. In the process of obtaining more information on trainings, […]

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Covid-19 Positive Test Notification – Monday, July 27

We were just informed that someone who attended Mass on Sunday, July 19 at 11:00 AM and Saturday, July 25 at 9:00 AM tested positive for COVID-19.  The person was asymptomatic, wore a mask, did not receive Holy Communion and followed all the guidelines set forth by the church and state.  Since all guidelines were taken, we of course do want to want to err on the side of caution.  Please monitor your own health and know that a thorough, deep, cleaning and disinfecting will take place today.

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Covid-19 Notification Procedure

In the case of our discovering that someone at Mass tests positive for COVID-19, we want to be able to inform all of you so that, in consultation with your physician, you can take the appropriate steps. If you register to come to Mass, we already have your contact information, and will reach out to you if we learn that someone here has tested positive. If you did not register, and if you wish to be contacted, please call or email the Parish Office with the appropriate contact information so that you can receive notification. Even if you do not […]

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Important Guidelines

Welcome back home to St. Paul’s! We are overjoyed to have you with us. Please remember to follow these important guidelines: Welcome Back! Guidelines (PDF) Welcome Back! Guidelines (DOCX) It is a lot to take in, I know. But we will adapt as needed as we all become accustomed to these new procedures. We have been advised over and over as we move forward: be reverent, proceed slowly and be safe. Thank you! Fr. Kelly

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