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    Last Thursday, I went to St. Catherine of Siena in Norwood for a Mass with the parish school. They have a wonderful parish community, led by Father Stephen Donohoe, and a thriving school, under the leadership of Principal Beth Tanner. It's always a ...

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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    Last Thursday, I went to St. Catherine of Siena in Norwood for a Mass with the parish school. They have a wonderful parish community, led by Father Stephen Donohoe, and a thriving school, under the leadership of Principal Beth Tanner. It's always a ...

    More
  • Archdiocesan schools honor Our Lady of Fatima

    NORWOOD -- Catholic elementary school students across the archdiocese and beyond observed the anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima's final apparition by taking part, either virtually or in person, in the Children's Eucharistic Holy Hour at St. Catherine ...

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  • Doctors speak out on physician-assisted suicide bills

    BOSTON -- For thousands of years, the profession of a doctor has been associated with healing and the preservation of life. But now, physicians are increasingly being called upon to do the opposite, as more states make it legal for them to facilitate ...

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  • Archdiocese seeks faithful's input for synod process

    BRAINTREE -- Being a Christian involves a lot of listening. Christians listen for the voice of God, and to the voices of their shepherds. Those in leadership roles listen to each other and to the faithful. Now, the Church is holding a synod about how ...

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  • Vatican at COP26: Hearts, habits must change fast to care for creation

    VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Even though Pope Francis will not attend the 26th U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow in person, the Vatican delegation and the Catholic Church will be "everywhere" during the two-week summit -- from the highest-level private ...

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


Last Thursday, I went to St. Catherine of Siena in Norwood for a Mass with the parish school. They have a wonderful parish community, led by Father Stephen Donohoe, and a thriving school, under the leadership of Principal Beth Tanner.

Read more

Archdiocesan schools honor Our Lady of Fatima


NORWOOD -- Catholic elementary school students across the archdiocese and beyond observed the anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima's final apparition by taking part, either virtually or in person, in the Children's Eucharistic Holy Hour at St. Catherine of Siena Church on Oct. 13.

Read more

Doctors speak out on physician-assisted suicide bills


BOSTON -- For thousands of years, the profession of a doctor has been associated with healing and the preservation of life. But now, physicians are increasingly being called upon to do the opposite, as more states make it legal for them to facilitate the means for patients to end their lives.

Read more

Archdiocese seeks faithful's input for synod process


BRAINTREE -- Being a Christian involves a lot of listening. Christians listen for the voice of God, and to the voices of their shepherds. Those in leadership roles listen to each other and to the faithful. Now, the Church is holding a synod about how to be better listeners, and the Archdiocese of Boston is taking its first steps to do this on the local level.

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Vatican at COP26: Hearts, habits must change fast to care for creation


VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Even though Pope Francis will not attend the 26th U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow in person, the Vatican delegation and the Catholic Church will be "everywhere" during the two-week summit -- from the highest-level private negotiations to the sidelines with grassroots "social action" and community-led events, said two delegates.

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