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    Last Friday (12/1), I celebrated the funeral Mass of long-time Cathedral parishioner Mary McHale. Mary was 87 years old and was baptized at the cathedral. For a time her family lived in Canada, but she returned to the cathedral and became very active ...

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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    Last Friday (12/1), I celebrated the funeral Mass of long-time Cathedral parishioner Mary McHale. Mary was 87 years old and was baptized at the cathedral. For a time her family lived in Canada, but she returned to the cathedral and became very active ...

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  • Dedham parish makes statement on mass violence with Nativity scene

    DEDHAM -- A statue of baby Jesus lies before Mary and Joseph in the nativity scene at St. Susanna Parish in Dedham. They rest on a pile of hay, statues of the three wise men and farm animals placed nearby. It's a peaceful scene, which makes the list ...

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  • St. Leonard, North End reopening after renovation

    NORTH END -- After an extensive multi-million-dollar renovation project, St. Leonard Church in Boston's North End is officially reopening during a Dec. 17 Mass to be celebrated by Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley. The completion of the project marks of ...

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  • Archdiocesan high school football 2017 season wrap-up

    The Pilot extends congratulations to Xaverian Brothers High School, Division 1/South title champion; Cathedral High School, Division 8/North title champion; and Boston College High, Catholic Conference Title champion. Boston College High School vs. ...

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


Last Friday (12/1), I celebrated the funeral Mass of long-time Cathedral parishioner Mary McHale. Mary was 87 years old and was baptized at the cathedral. For a time her family lived in Canada, but she returned to the cathedral and became very active in the Legion of Mary.

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Thomas More College launches Center for the Restoration of Christian Culture


MERRIMACK, N.H. -- Thomas More College of Liberal Arts announced Dec. 5 the inauguration of a new initiative: the Center for the Restoration of Christian Culture. Designed to preserve and enrich Christian culture and the teachings of the Church in New England, the center will promote active involvement of Christians in civic life, educate young people in the liberal arts, and protect and encourage a healthy family life.

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