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Cardinal Seán
The Cardinal-Archbishop of Boston
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Mental illness affects all religions, races, cultures and socioeconomic groups. Stop the shame and share the facts! Learn more at Kids Healthy Minds Initiative.
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Cardinal Seán May 24
Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for kids ages 10-19. The Archdiocese and Franciscan Children’s are partnering to change this. Learn more at Kids Healthy Minds Initiative.
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Cardinal Seán May 23
Untreated mental illness can lead to school dropout, drug abuse and risky behaviors, including suicide. Learn more at Kids Healthy Minds Initiative.
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Cardinal Seán May 23
The Archdiocese of Boston and Franciscan Children’s have partnered to spread the word that mental illness is real and treatable! Learn more at Kids Healthy Minds Initiative.
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Cardinal Seán May 18
We welcome 13 newly ordained priests who join their fellow priests in the Archdiocese and throughout the Church in witnessing the presence of the Lord to Catholics in our parishes and local communities.
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Cardinal Seán May 18
As priests we are called to embrace a life of holiness, discipleship and service. These newly ordained priests will bring the sacramental presence and the care and compassion of Jesus Christ to the people they serve.
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Cardinal Seán May 18
A joyous celebration with the ordination of 13 priests in the Archdiocese of Boston. God has greatly blessed our Church.
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Cardinal Seán May 12
Happy Mother’s Day! Enjoy the day knowing of God’s great love for you. A mother holds a special place in our hearts and helps to guide, teach, protect and care for her children. We are blessed because of the love of our mothers.
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Cardinal Seán May 9
Many thanks to all of our teachers, especially those in Catholic schools who work daily for the benefit of our students and their families. May God bless them in their efforts.
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Cardinal Seán May 6
We acknowledge our teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week. We are grateful for their work and their commitment to the mission of our Church.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 28
We give thanks for the courageous intervention of the first responders & pray for their safety. Together, we renew our commitment to reject these assaults on human dignity & religious freedom, banishing the darkness through the light of the Risen Christ.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 28
We pray for our Jewish brothers and sisters, for the family and friends of Lori Gilbert Kaye, for those who were injured and the entire synagogue congregation which feels the pain and experiences the trauma of this senseless act.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 28
Once again we witness violence at a place of worship, the Congregation Chabad in Poway, CA. There is absolutely no justification for yesterday’s attack on the holy day of the Chabad, the last day of Passover, and the taking of innocent human life.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 28
Jesus, I trust in You.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 21
We follow Jesus from Calvary to the Resurrection, confident that the light of life and love for one another will triumph over the powers of darkness.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 21
As Christians today celebrate Easter Sunday we join with our brothers and sisters of all faiths in renewing the commitment to stand together in resistance to expressions of acts of hate and persecution.  
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Cardinal Seán Apr 21
We join the world in shock and horror at the devastating attacks on innocent people in Sri Lanka and condemn the senseless, unprovoked violence on those worshipping in churches and visiting that country.  
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Cardinal Seán Apr 21
Mary Magdalene was the first to discover the empty tomb that first Easter Sunday. Let us imitate her deep love and longing for Christ, even when it seems like we’re hoping against hope—Christ is risen indeed and lives among us today.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 19
Offering our prayers and good wishes for a blessed Passover for our Jewish brothers and sisters.
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Cardinal Seán Apr 19
When died on the cross, the Church was born, and His divine life was opened to us. As his crucified body was pierced, the blood and water that flowed from his side became the “wondrous sacrament of the whole church.”
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