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Last week I mentioned that "although there is no TB12 this  year, it looks like

Cam Newton (#1) will be fun to watch."   He was a lot of fun to watch. May it continue.  It was a

 wonderful distraction in the midst of the new normal.

As to the Covid-19 Pandemic the daily numbers for the Commonwealth are very encouraging.  But please

remember that the dispensation from the obligation for Sunday Mass continues and that the Cardinal and I

encourage people to stay safe.  I look forward to the day where all of us can again gather, but now is

not the right time for many. 

If you need  food or any other kind of assistance, please feel free to call me (617-686-0290) or Julie

at the rectory.

                                                                                                       Fr. Jack

                                                                                            

CLERGY HEALTH AND RETIREMENT COLLECTION

This weekend would have been the  Clergy Funds  Collection.  Because of the Pandemic we also missed the

Easter Collection which supports the retirement, medical and financial needs of our priests in good standing.

Please go to clergytrust.org/ways-give to make a donation. Also, please view the video at the bottom of

this page.   As always, thank you for your prayerful consideration.

 

 

This year, for the first time in its 12-year history, the  celebration will be a virtual gala which gives all

parishioners an opportunity to “attend.” Registration is complimentary.  Participating in this event provides a

unique opportunity to see the important work that our priests do everysingle day. It also highlights how

the Clergy Health and Retirement Trust supports our priests in goodstanding. After all the challenges due to

the pandemic, this event will afford  parishioners across the Archdiocese the chance to come together

and celebrate the inspiring work of our priests

With your complimentary registration, you will have the chance to virtually join an evening full of special

guests and inspirational stories, as well as the opportunity to win:

• A private tour of the newly renovated Cathedral of the  Holy Cross.
• An invitation to join a virtual live Q&A with General Joe Dunford (keynote speaker)
• An invitation to talk hockey virtually with NHL Florida Panthers star Brian Boyle.

REGISTER AT:  2020COP.org

  Don’t miss out! Register now!

                                                                                                      

                                                         

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

     

         

 COVID-19 Important Information

1.  In keeping with the directives of the  Commonwealth, we are limiting the number

of people who come into the Church. It is not toexceed 40% with additional provisions

for social distancing.

2. Mask should be worn unless one is under the age of two or have an exemption for

some medical reason. Parents should judge for  children between ages two and four.

3. Social distancing is important. Clearly family members can be close to one another.

But in other cases, try to maintain a six-foot  distance.

4. There is no Offertory Collection by basket. There will be receptacles at the doors

for the offering.

5. There will be no Sign of Peace

6. Reception of Holy Communion is only by hand. Both the minister of the Eucharist and the

 communicant will have masks on at the time of distribution.

7. Between Services the Church (including the bathroom) will be cleaned and sanitized.

8. All who attend Mass are invited to write their name and contact information so that

if we learn that someone tested positive  for Covid-19 we can be in touch with you.  If this does happen 

it will also be put on the parish website.

 

   

 

  

Year of the Eucharist  Monthly Eucharistic Adoration  

The Year of the Eucharist is meant to be a time set aside to bolster the faith of those who already 

 believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and to encourage those who struggle with this belief.

 

To assist us a website has been set up that offers differing resources and links. The website is: yearoftheeucharist@rcab.or

On October 3rd we will have our monthly  Eucharistic Adoration in the Upper Church.

from Noon to 1:00 pm. It is wonderful time to place ourselves before the Eucharistic Lord and be

touched by is gentle and healing presence. Feel free to come for a few moments or the entire time.  

 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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