Unfortunately, we must cancel our regularly scheduled Confessions at St. Paul this Wednesday, February 24. Confessions will still be available this Saturday, February 27 from 1:00-2:30pm at St. John, and our regular Wednesday evening Confessions from 7:00-8:00pm at St. Paul will resume Wednesday, March 3 .
Please join us this weekend for our Mass for the First Sunday of Lent, celebrated by Fr. J. Bryan Hehir and recorded at St. Paul Church, by clicking the video above. You can also watch the Mass on our Vimeo page. This Mass, and all our previously recorded Masses and
As we begin the Lenten season, we are reminded of the importance of our parish communities that allow us to fully live out our faith. The support of the ministries at the Archdiocese of Boston help our parish continue serving the faithful in this community. Consider making an early gift to this year’s Catholic Appeal to help ensure these ministries can continue helping our parish, and all parishes, schools, and communities throughout our Archdiocese of Boston.
This is the recording of today’s 12:00pm Mass at St. John the Evangelist Church, celebrated by Fr. Jim Laughlin. You can watch by clicking the video above, or on our Vimeo page.
Please join us this weekend for our Mass for the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, celebrated by Fr. Brogan and recorded at St. John the Evangelist Church, by clicking the video above. You can also watch the Mass on our Vimeo page. This Mass, and all our previously recorded Masses
Our own Saint John School is featured in this WBZ report – “Some Private Schools Have Been In Class Full Time Since Fall – How One Made It Work”.
“It wasn’t [a question of] are we going to open, it was how are we going to open?” said St. John School Principal Siobhan Mahoney. “We had a COVID task force that met throughout the summer to identify best practices.”
The small parochial school, of 218 students, divided classes into cohorts to minimize movement, invested in air purifiers, plastic barriers, cleaning supplies and personal protective equipment. Mahoney says the safety upgrades cost an estimated $41,000. So far, administrators have seen fewer than five confirmed cases and no in-school transmission…
This year, the usual practice of imposing ashes by thumb on the foreheads of parishioners cannot be followed. Packets of blessed ashes will be distributed at the end of each Mass, and on the front lawns of both churches from 1:00-3:00pm, for parishioners to bring home for themselves and their families.
Please join us this weekend for our Mass for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, celebrated by Fr. Jim and recorded at St. Paul Church, featuring music from the Sunday 5pm Mass, by clicking the video above. You can also watch the Mass on our Vimeo page. This Mass, and
All women of the Collaborative are invited to join us on Zoom on Tuesday, February 9 at 7:00pm as our women’s group hosts Rachel Saphire, Associate Rabbi at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley. Rabbi Saphire will be sharing her insights on this year’s theme, “The Still-Small Voice: Discerning God’s Presence in the Present”. If you are interested in attending this virtual gathering please email Carolyn Anderson at email@example.com.
Seasons of Hope is open to all those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. With the help of scripture, prayer, reflection and small group discussion, we give voice to our unique journeys of grief, and find healing, comfort and spiritual growth. Seasons of Hope is centered on Jesus Christ and grounded in the healing wisdom traditions and practices of the Catholic Church. The ministry is lead by trained facilitators and many parishioners who have taken part in prior seasons have found this program helpful as they grieve.