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    The Cardinal Archbishop of Madrid, Carlos Osoro, asked me to address his priests at their annual convocation held at the University of San Damaso this past week. So, following my meetings in Rome, I departed for Spain, but I had two days between the ...

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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    The Cardinal Archbishop of Madrid, Carlos Osoro, asked me to address his priests at their annual convocation held at the University of San Damaso this past week. So, following my meetings in Rome, I departed for Spain, but I had two days between the ...

    More
  • Two South Region Catholic schools to close

    In separate announcements, two Catholic schools in the South Region of the archdiocese recently said that they will close at the end of the current academic year. On Feb. 6, Sacred Heart School in Kingston informed its school community that its high ...

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  • Bishop O'Connell offers blessing of throats via Twitter

    NORTH READING -- The tradition of receiving a blessing of the throat on the feast of St. Blaise, Feb. 3, is popular among many Catholics but not always available at parishes. That gave Bishop Mark O'Connell an idea: why not post the blessing to Twitter? The ...

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  • Catholic Schools Foundation honors class of 2020 scholars

    BOSTON -- Catholic Schools Foundation (CSF) senior scholarship recipients from 20 high schools within the Archdiocese of Boston were honored at a Feb. 7 breakfast hosted by Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley, Northeast Managing Partner at PwC John Farina, ...

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


The Cardinal Archbishop of Madrid, Carlos Osoro, asked me to address his priests at their annual convocation held at the University of San Damaso this past week. So, following my meetings in Rome, I departed for Spain, but I had two days between the time of my arrival and the beginning of the convocation. So, I took the opportunity to see Father Andres Garcia, who studied at Harvard and was in residence in some of our parishes during the time, and Father Michael Nolan, who was visiting him.

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Archdiocese to hold vocation discernment retreats


BRAINTREE -- The archdiocese's Office of Vocations is organizing three retreats in February for men and women interested in learning about religious vocations. The retreat attendees were recommended by leaders of their faith communities -- pastors, chaplains, or campus ministers -- and received invitations from either Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley (for men discerning the priesthood) or the archdiocese's Delegate for Religious Sister Germana Santos, FSP (for women discerning religious life).

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Two South Region Catholic schools to close


In separate announcements, two Catholic schools in the South Region of the archdiocese recently said that they will close at the end of the current academic year. On Feb. 6, Sacred Heart School in Kingston informed its school community that its high school will be closing, though its elementary school will continue to operate.

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Bishop O'Connell offers blessing of throats via Twitter


NORTH READING -- The tradition of receiving a blessing of the throat on the feast of St. Blaise, Feb. 3, is popular among many Catholics but not always available at parishes. That gave Bishop Mark O'Connell an idea: why not post the blessing to Twitter?

Read more

Catholic Schools Foundation honors class of 2020 scholars


BOSTON -- Catholic Schools Foundation (CSF) senior scholarship recipients from 20 high schools within the Archdiocese of Boston were honored at a Feb. 7 breakfast hosted by Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley, Northeast Managing Partner at PwC John Farina, and the Catholic Schools Foundation.

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