Fr. Hehir offers a Lenten reflection on the Incarnation, moving from John’s Gospel of the Incarnation, through the theology of the Incarnation, particularly as it was developed in the middle of the 20th century, and then to a definitive expression of the meaning of the Incarnation in one of the
Father Connelly shares his reflections about the ‘annoying and irksome’ path of Lent and Holy Week.
It has truly been a joy to be able to provide a recorded celebration of the Mass for the past two Sundays for our parishes. We hope that seeing and hearing familiar faces and voices helped as we transitioned into this new reality. As we began to think about and
LENT… SEASON OF GRACE. Our Lenten Path, so familiar – yet always NEW! What does our loving Christ want to make new in our lives?? All women of the collaborative are warmly invited to An Evening for Women. This year we are exploring the topic Women Called to Be. As we continue to
COLLABORATIVE SCHEDULE 7:00am Mass at St. John (Upper Church) 9:00am Mass at St. Paul 9:00am Mass at St. John (with Saint John School – all welcome!) 12:10 Mass at St. John 2:10 Ash Service at St. Paul (with St. Paul Religous Ed – all welcome!) 5:30pm Mass at St. John 7:00pm Mass at St. Paul The St. John-St. Paul Collaborative
Priests and seminarians from Pope St. John XXIII Seminary in Weston will be available for the distribution of ashes on Ash Wednesday, February 26, from 6:30am until 8:00am at the Riverside T Station.
Pope Francis’ far-reaching encyclical, Laudato Si: Care for Our Common Home, challenges us in 2020 more than ever before. In our presentation, we will explore traditional Lenten practices of prayer, fasting, and conversion of heart as we listen to and respond to the “cry of the Earth and the cry of the
God’s plea is straightforward and simple: He wants you close to him. He yearns for you as a father or mother longs for a lost child. God is asking you to stop what you normally do and take the time this Lent to discover what He means in your life