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  • Which state pro-life laws could arrive at the Supreme Court

    Washington D.C. (CNA) -- Earlier this week, the state of Alabama passed legislation to make abortion a felony. The measure is the nation's strongest prohibition on abortion. It directly contradicts Roe v. Wade and is intended as a challenge to the Supreme ...

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  • Which state pro-life laws could arrive at the Supreme Court

    Washington D.C. (CNA) -- Earlier this week, the state of Alabama passed legislation to make abortion a felony. The measure is the nation's strongest prohibition on abortion. It directly contradicts Roe v. Wade and is intended as a challenge to the Supreme ...

    More
  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    I want to begin this week noting that on Tuesday we had our annual Spring Gala to benefit Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Boston. I was happy that this year they honored the outgoing board chair, Jim Gallagher. He has been a great supporter ...

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  • 22 degrees conferred by Theological Institute

    BRIGHTON -- One of the largest classes yet to graduate from the Theological Institute for the New Evangelization received their diplomas during commencement exercises held at St. John's Seminary on May 21. The class of 2019 consisted of 22 people, including ...

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  • Forming the Future: Saints Academy holds interactive STREAM Night

    BEVERLY ? The Saints Academy took its third annual STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, and Math) Night, held on May 16, in a different direction than the previous two years. Principal Kelly Fernald said the first time the school ...

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  • At convocation, priests reflect on changes, reasons for hope

    NORWOOD ? The priests of the Archdiocese of Boston, as well as transitional deacons just days away from joining their number, gathered at the Four Points by Sheraton on May 15 for their annual spring convocation. The presbyteral convocation is an informal ...

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Which state pro-life laws could arrive at the Supreme Court


Washington D.C. (CNA) -- Earlier this week, the state of Alabama passed legislation to make abortion a felony. The measure is the nation's strongest prohibition on abortion. It directly contradicts Roe v. Wade and is intended as a challenge to the Supreme Court case that established a nationwide "right to abortion" in 1973.

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


I want to begin this week noting that on Tuesday we had our annual Spring Gala to benefit Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Boston. I was happy that this year they honored the outgoing board chair, Jim Gallagher. He has been a great supporter of Catholic Charities over the years -- and we were pleased that he allowed them to recognize his service at the gala.

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Forming the Future: Saints Academy holds interactive STREAM Night


BEVERLY ? The Saints Academy took its third annual STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, and Math) Night, held on May 16, in a different direction than the previous two years. Principal Kelly Fernald said the first time the school held STREAM Night, students hardly left their own classrooms. This year, however, they were encouraged to visit students in other grades as they displayed or gave presentations about projects they had completed.

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Cardinal ordains 13 priests for Boston


BOSTON -- In the first ordination ceremony held in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross following major renovations, Cardinal Seán O'Malley ordained 13 men to the priesthood on May 18. The new priests -- making up the largest ordination class for the Archdiocese of Boston in over 20 years -- were Christopher Boyle, Marcos Enrique, Timothy Hynes, Brian O'Hanlon, Mark Olejnik, William Robinson, Corey Rouse, and Paul Wargovich from St. John's Seminary in Brighton; Joseph Almeida, Maciej Araszkiewicz, Przemyslaw Kasprzak, and Victor Vitug from Redemptoris Mater Archdiocesan Missionary Seminary in Brookline; and Corey Bassett-Tirrell from Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary in Weston.

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