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Cardinal Seán
The Cardinal-Archbishop of Boston
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Cardinal Seán Jul 4
As we celebrate the gift of our nation’s freedom, we pray for peace across the world, healing what divides us at home and giving thanks to God for all the blessings in our lives. May we all safely enjoy a happy 4th of July.
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Cardinal Seán Jun 21
Honored to have been invited by Bishop Dickerson and clergy from African American churches to participate at today’s Father’s Day Prayer for Justice in Franklin Park. A beautiful afternoon for all the families and people who attended.
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Bishop Robert Reed Jun 14
The inauguration of the Year of the Eucharist in , Live from with . Watch LIVE at 11:30 AM Eastern,
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Cardinal Seán Jun 14
The Eucharist gives us the strength to carry out our mission to transform the world, to work for justice, to serve the poor, to bring healing and reconciliation.
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Cardinal Seán Jun 6
We are so grateful to our priests who bring comfort to the sick and dying. No one should suffer alone. God reminds He is always with us. Thanks to ⁦⁦⁩ for this beautifully written story. ⁦
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Cardinal Seán Jun 5
“George Floyd’s death makes clear that racist premises and attitudes, often implicit, are woven through basic structures—political, legal, economic, cultural and religious—in the United States.” My letter to the people of ⁦
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Cardinal Seán Jun 4
Congratulations to 108 new members of the sworn in by this week at Millennium Park in W. Roxbury. We extend prayers, best wishes & support to these newly sworn in officers. St. Michael the Archangel protect our new police officers & all
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Cardinal Seán Jun 1
“Non-violence is a powerful and just weapon, which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. It is a sword that heals.” – Martin Luther King Jr
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Cardinal Seán Jun 1
Mayor Walsh & Commissioner Gross deserve our support during these unsettling days for their leadership. We join with them & the men & women of the in support of their efforts to keep our people and neighborhoods safe.
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Cardinal Seán Jun 1
This is a time for honest dialogue. A time for calm. A time for our communities to address the injustices suffered by the African American community. A time to recommit to cleansing our society of systemic racism.
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Cardinal Seán Jun 1
Sunday saw peaceful protests in after the killing of George Floyd. By evening some tried to overtake these constructive expressions of anger by acts of violence. To force change society needs we must embrace peace & reject all forms of violence & destruction of property.
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Cardinal Seán May 31
Each one of us is “sent” by God to do something meaningful with our lives. Jesus tells us this and sends the Holy Spirit to help us find our mission and purpose. Come Holy Spirit, renew the face of the earth.
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Cardinal Seán May 30
My statement on the killing of George Floyd.
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Cardinal Seán May 25
There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends (Jn 15:13). Each we honor the ultimate sacrifice of our military service members who gave their lives in defense of our country and to protect the precious gift of our freedom.
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Cardinal Seán May 22
The resumption of Mass in our Churches is a joyful moment for our parishes. The has created a wonderful video to help our parishioners return to Mass safely in the days and weeks ahead.
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Cardinal Seán May 20
Compassion, dignity, empathy and support is what defines . If you missed last night’s virtual Spring Celebration you can view it here and please support this agency’s critical work for our vulnerable neighbors here
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Cardinal Seán May 17
Congratulations to all our 2020 graduates! You are making this new beginning in a time of great uncertainty and confusion but the ideals and values nurtured by your Catholic faith will lend you the courage and wisdom you will need for decisions that lie ahead.
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Cardinal Seán May 16
Join us this Sunday morning for Mass on the Sixth Sunday of Easter. We will offer this Mass for our health care workers in this moment of crisis. 8am on and 7pm & 11pm on
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Cardinal Seán May 16
Next Tuesday, May 19 at 7pm we join for a “virtual” Spring Celebration “Compassion Now.” is on the front lines providing food & basic necessities to our neighbors most affected by this pandemic. Your support is vital.
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Cardinal Seán May 10
Today we pray for & remember all mothers living & deceased.We also pray for grandmothers, godmothers, birth mothers who have courageously given their child to an adoptive mother who lovingly receive these children. Today we offer our praise, gratitude, & love.
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