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Official account of the Archdiocese of Boston Secretariat for Evangelization and Discipleship
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CatholicTV 10h
On Saturday morning, 13 men prostrated themselves on a cold marble floor, died to their own ambitions, & gave their lives to Jesus & His Church. What a strange & incredible sight in a world often driven by selfish pursuit. Deo gratias. Pray for our new priests!
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Cathedral of the Holy Cross 14h
On Saturday, ordained 13 men to the Sacred Priesthood at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. More than 2,000 people filled the Cathedral for the ordination of Boston's largest class of new priests in nearly 2 decades. Ad multos annos! 📷: George Martell ()
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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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Archdio. of Boston May 17
Pastoral Center staff to spruce up the grounds of 3 parishes in the newly formed Brockton Collaborative. A great opportunity for staff in central ministries to see up close the parishes they serve and to give back in a different way.
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Bonnie Rodgers May 8
Check out coverage of Feminine Genius event for
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evangelizeboston May 1
“Show me the way to Ars and I’ll show you the way to Heaven.” - St. Jean Vianney
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Cardinal Seán Apr 28
Jesus, I trust in You.
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Joan Lamar Apr 28
Rain, cold, and mud didn’t deter these pilgrims on
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evangelizeboston Apr 28
For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.
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evangelizeboston Apr 23
Come listen to former Cosmo writer and Subverted author Sue Ellen Browder and Stephanie Calis talk about what true looks like. See link in bio.
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evangelizeboston Apr 21
And there, coming to meet them, was Jesus. Matt 28:9
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evangelizeboston Apr 21
Alleluia. The Lord has risen, as he promised. .
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Archdio. of Boston Apr 21
Why do you seek the living one among the dead? He is not here, but he has been raised. Lk 24:5-6
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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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Fr. Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP Apr 20
Pull down the veils.
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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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Archdio. of Boston Apr 19
Father, into your hands I commend my spirit. Lk 23:46
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evangelizeboston Apr 18
He loved his own in the world and he loved them to the end. Jn 13:1
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Archdio. of Boston Apr 14
On Palm Sunday, Celebrates First Sunday Mass in Newly Renovated
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