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  • All Are Welcome

    If you are alienated or upset,
    we welcome you lovingly.

    If you are in need of forgiveness,
    Jesus forgives you completely—
    with unconditional love.

    If you have been hurt by the Church, we are truly sorry.

    If you are angry,
    Jesus offers you peace.

    If life has become burdensome,
    we are here to support you.

    We are happy you are here
    and want you to stay.

    We would like to share
    our lives with you.

    Come join us each week
    so we can worship God together. 

  • Parish Vision

     Building
    a Catholic community of
    commitment, passion and love

    Celebrating
    our faith through dynamic liturgy
    and a rich sacramental life

    Welcoming
    all into the warmth of our parish family

    Sharing
    the gifts God entrusted to us

    Striving
    to learn, live and share our faith
     

  • News & Events

    • March 2
      Abstinence made easy! The second Lenten Fish Dinner is Friday, March 6, serving continuously from 5:30–7:00 pm in Driscoll Hall. Come along whenever it is convenient for you!
    • February 21
      The traditional foundation for Lenten practice rests on three supports: prayer, fasting, almsgiving. To assist families in the third of these supports, we participate in Lenten Gospel Giving. Each week all members of the parish are asked to bring an item with them to Mass. Each item is chosen to reflect the readings of the day and the gifts will be donated to various needy causes. Weekly reminders will be in the bulletin. Click on the title of this entry for more information.
    • February 17
      Lenten Longings is a great, no pressure way to fully engage this season of renewal! Small faith sharing groups will meet weekly for the six weeks of Lent to reflect on the Scriptures.
    • February 12
      Your gift to the 2015 Catholic Appeal enables us to provide 50 critical ministries that enrich parish life, strengthen families, inspire and educate future generations of our faith, and advance our Church leadership. Please consider making a pledge in support of the Church in Boston today. You will find pledge forms in the vestibule or you can donate online at bostoncatholicappeal.org. Click on the title of this entry for a short video about the appeal.
    • January 16
      Amanda Roberts has started a blog reflecting on aspects of Generations of Faith and the topics covered. Click on the title of this entry to view her recent entries.