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Archdio. of Boston
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, Massachusetts, established in 1808.
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Archdio. of Boston 6h
Sometimes we are given glimpses of Christ’s glory.
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Archdio. of Boston 21h
… be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect.
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 23
If you are angry with someone, go and reconcile with them this .
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Cardinal Seán Feb 23
Join us in praying for those men attending the Annual Vocation Discernment Retreats for our Archdiocese this weekend, that they will see clearly the Lord's loving call for them in their lives.
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 22
Pray for , the Vicar of Christ, on this Feast of the Chair of Peter.
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 21
Jonah told the people of Ninevah, “Forty days more and Ninevah shall be destroyed.” … so they proclaimed a fast and put on sackcloth.
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 20
Prayer is being in God’s presence—our heart speaking to God’s heart. It’s only there, in that deep interior knowing, where we begin to understand our true needs. God will reveal that to us.
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 19
Today’s Scripture teaches us that our lives must be directed toward tending to “the least of these,” because it is there, among those who are poor, where Christ is found.
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Cardinal Seán Feb 19
In addition to catechumens, candidates who are preparing for confirmation and eucharist are called to continuing conversion. Lent is a time of purification and enlightenment for those who are chosen by God to follow Jesus as his disciples. Pray for your fellow disciples!
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Cardinal Seán Feb 19
The Church in Boston celebrates the Rite of Election for those to be baptized at Easter. Pray for them and for their godparents. In the Rite of Election, catechumens give their lives to God by writing their names in the Book of the Elect, they are written forever in heaven.
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 18
This is the time of fulfillment.
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BostonCatholicSchls Feb 16
We have mania at the CSO! We are so proud of the four alumni who are representing in Learn more about them in this article from the Pilot!
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 17
Jesus said to Levi, “Follow me.” This Lent, decide to follow Jesus more closely.
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 16
Do you call this a fast, a day acceptable to the Lord?
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Archdio. of Boston Feb 15
In today’s first reading, Moses exhorts us, “If you obey the commandments of the Lord, you will live.”
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Cardinal Seán Feb 15
We must not blame or stigmatize mental illness but work for better understanding, treatment and care.
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Cardinal Seán Feb 15
Our thoughts and prayers must be joined with action, we can and must do more to prevent such attacks.
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Cardinal Seán Feb 15
As shared following the tragic attack in Newtown, “There can be no rational justification for allowing private citizens to have personal arsenals of assault weapons.
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Cardinal Seán Feb 14
We must prevent those who are mentally ill from access to deadly firearms. We can and must do better for each other by coming together as a society with the resolve to stop this senseless violence.
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Cardinal Seán Feb 14
In the midst of this tragic loss of life we seek strength from our Lord, who is present to the wounded, the traumatized & those lost.
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