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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    On Friday, I went to the IBEW Hall in Dorchester for the Labor Guild's annual Cushing-Gavin Awards Dinner. We are proud of the work that has been done by the Labor Guild, which is one of the initiatives begun by Cardinal Cushing. Historically, the Church ...

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  • From Cardinal Seán's blog

    On Friday, I went to the IBEW Hall in Dorchester for the Labor Guild's annual Cushing-Gavin Awards Dinner. We are proud of the work that has been done by the Labor Guild, which is one of the initiatives begun by Cardinal Cushing. Historically, the Church ...

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  • Founding members honored at Women Affirming Life breakfast

    NORWOOD -- Four generations of women, some accompanied by their husbands and children, gathered at Four Points by Sheraton on Dec. 8 for the annual Women Affirming Life Mass and Breakfast. The theme for this year's Mass was "Mary in Advent: Model for ...

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  • CSF supported students enjoy evening at the Boston Pops

    BOSTON -- On Dec. 5, Christmas came a little early for students and faculty at Immaculate Conception (IC) School in Revere. These members of the IC School community were given the opportunity to attend "A Company Christmas at Pops," an evening featuring ...

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  • Cathedral renovations continue on schedule

    BOSTON -- The restoration of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross continues on schedule, according to Michael Kieloch, the cathedral's director of communications. The goal is to complete the project by Palm Sunday in 2019, so the building can be used during ...

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Obituary: Father Patrick Kelly, one-time pastor in Lynn and Wayland


The third oldest priest of the archdiocese and the second to the last member of his seminary class of 1948, Father Patrick J. Kelly died at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, on Dec. 6, 2018. Born on April 3, 1924, in the Hub's Roxbury section, he was the only son of the late Patrick and Margaret (Mitchell) Kelly. He was predeceased by his only sibling, a sister Margaret (Kelly) Curry.

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From Cardinal Seán's blog


On Friday, I went to the IBEW Hall in Dorchester for the Labor Guild's annual Cushing-Gavin Awards Dinner. We are proud of the work that has been done by the Labor Guild, which is one of the initiatives begun by Cardinal Cushing. Historically, the Church in the United States, since the time of Cardinal James Gibbons, has been very supportive of our labor unions and the right of workers to collective bargaining. In these days of apparent prosperity in our country, income inequality continues to grow. Part of this is because workers do not have a strong voice in their economic future -- this is where unions play an important role.

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Founding members honored at Women Affirming Life breakfast


NORWOOD -- Four generations of women, some accompanied by their husbands and children, gathered at Four Points by Sheraton on Dec. 8 for the annual Women Affirming Life Mass and Breakfast. The theme for this year's Mass was "Mary in Advent: Model for All Women Affirming Life." The celebrant was Father David Pignato, director of human formation at St. John's Seminary.

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CSF supported students enjoy evening at the Boston Pops


BOSTON -- On Dec. 5, Christmas came a little early for students and faculty at Immaculate Conception (IC) School in Revere. These members of the IC School community were given the opportunity to attend "A Company Christmas at Pops," an evening featuring dinner at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, fun activities, a visit from Santa Claus and a raffle, all followed by a concert at Symphony Hall.

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Cathedral renovations continue on schedule


BOSTON -- The restoration of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross continues on schedule, according to Michael Kieloch, the cathedral's director of communications. The goal is to complete the project by Palm Sunday in 2019, so the building can be used during Holy Week.

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