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    We are pleased that on Monday, the residents and staff of Regina Cleri were inoculated against the coronavirus. This is encouraging because, here in Massachusetts, we are currently experiencing the post-Christmas surge in cases. Currently, there are ...

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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    We are pleased that on Monday, the residents and staff of Regina Cleri were inoculated against the coronavirus. This is encouraging because, here in Massachusetts, we are currently experiencing the post-Christmas surge in cases. Currently, there are ...

    More
  • MLK legacy celebrated at virtual prayer breakfast

    DORCHESTER -- St. Katharine Drexel Parish traditionally celebrates the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a prayer breakfast featuring music, a keynote speaker, and readings of excerpts from Dr. King's speeches. This year, due to the coronavirus ...

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  • Deacons promote life through prayer, community engagement

    BRAINTREE -- Every January, around the time of the annual March for Life and the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, parishes across the archdiocese hold Holy Hours for Life to pray for the unborn and mourn lives lost to abortion. These prayerful gatherings ...

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  • Regina Cleri residents, staff receive COVID vaccine

    BOSTON -- After being in a "partial lockdown" for 10 months, unable to receive visitors or hold community gatherings, the senior priests who live at the archdiocese's Regina Cleri Residence received a sign of hope on Jan 11, when they received the first ...

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


We are pleased that on Monday, the residents and staff of Regina Cleri were inoculated against the coronavirus. This is encouraging because, here in Massachusetts, we are currently experiencing the post-Christmas surge in cases.

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MLK legacy celebrated at virtual prayer breakfast


DORCHESTER -- St. Katharine Drexel Parish traditionally celebrates the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a prayer breakfast featuring music, a keynote speaker, and readings of excerpts from Dr. King's speeches. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, instead of gathering for a meal, the parish held its 36th annual commemoration of Dr. King in a virtual format on Jan. 18, with approximately 100 people participating via Zoom.

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Deacons promote life through prayer, community engagement


BRAINTREE -- Every January, around the time of the annual March for Life and the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, parishes across the archdiocese hold Holy Hours for Life to pray for the unborn and mourn lives lost to abortion. These prayerful gatherings are largely the result of the efforts of deacons, who keep the pro-life cause alive in their communities throughout the year.

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Regina Cleri residents, staff receive COVID vaccine


BOSTON -- After being in a "partial lockdown" for 10 months, unable to receive visitors or hold community gatherings, the senior priests who live at the archdiocese's Regina Cleri Residence received a sign of hope on Jan 11, when they received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

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USCCB president prays God grants Biden 'wisdom, courage' to lead nation


As Joe Biden prepared to be inaugurated as the 46th U.S. president, Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, expressed hope the incoming administration "will work with the church and others of goodwill" to "address the complicated cultural and economic factors that are driving abortion and discouraging families."

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