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    I want to begin this week by noting the passing of Bishop Thomas Daily. Though a sad occasion, I was pleased to attend the services in Brooklyn. In addition to being the former Bishop of Brooklyn he was also a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston and ...

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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    I want to begin this week by noting the passing of Bishop Thomas Daily. Though a sad occasion, I was pleased to attend the services in Brooklyn. In addition to being the former Bishop of Brooklyn he was also a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston and ...

    More
  • 17 receive Theological Institute degrees

    BRIGHTON -- The smiling face of 17 graduates of the Theological Institute for The New Evangelization shone brightly from under black graduation caps as they, together with friends and family, gathered at St. John's Seminary in Brighton for the 2017 commencement ...

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  • Forming the Future: Teaching service at St. Augustine School, Andover

    ANDOVER -- Eighth graders at St. Augustine School were given the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others this year. Beginning in November, four students each week left their classrooms and were taken to Lazarus House, an emergency ...

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  • Catholic Charities Spring Celebration raises over $1 million

    BOSTON -- Nearly 500 people gathered at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, May 17, for Catholic Charities' 2017 Spring Celebration, raising over $1 million for the organization's numerous programs and services. Catholic Charities is ...

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  • Eight ordained priests for Boston

    Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley welcomed eight men into the priesthood, May 20, during a Mass of Ordination at Immaculate Conception Church in Lowell. The 1,000 seat church was filled beyond capacity with family, friends, parishioners and clergy as the ...

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


I want to begin this week by noting the passing of Bishop Thomas Daily. Though a sad occasion, I was pleased to attend the services in Brooklyn. In addition to being the former Bishop of Brooklyn he was also a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston and was a member of the St. James society who served in Latin America. Of course, he also served as an auxiliary bishop here and as vicar general.

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Xaverian establishes scholarship honoring Franklin man who perished


WESTWOOD -- A memorial scholarship fund for Michael J. Doherty has been established at Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood. A 2015 graduate of Xaverian and a rising junior studying engineering at Duke University, Doherty went missing on May 14 after attending a party near his home in Franklin. An exhaustive manhunt ended May 20 when his body was discovered in a wooded area near Route I-495.

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17 receive Theological Institute degrees


BRIGHTON -- The smiling face of 17 graduates of the Theological Institute for The New Evangelization shone brightly from under black graduation caps as they, together with friends and family, gathered at St. John's Seminary in Brighton for the 2017 commencement ceremony May 23.

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St. Clement School, Medford to close


MEDFORD -- St. Clement School in Medford will be closing its doors at the end of the current school year in June. The school currently educates students in grades 6-12, as well as Pre-K. It had also maintained an elementary school until the end of the 2015-2016 year.

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Forming the Future: Teaching service at St. Augustine School, Andover


ANDOVER -- Eighth graders at St. Augustine School were given the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others this year. Beginning in November, four students each week left their classrooms and were taken to Lazarus House, an emergency homeless shelter and food bank in Lawrence, where they helped prepare food for distribution.

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