As the Winter Season progresses, with surprises of strong cold winds and snow storms,
we find ourselves shoveling or engaging the snow teams to clear our way, carry out our
duties while trying to stay warm.
We are trying our best to keep our faith alive through Sacramental celebrations and,
visitations to our people in order to pray and encourage them in faith.
On January 23, 2022, we celebrated a Holy Hour for Life in our Chapel. We prayed for
an increase of Respect and Dignity for all human life, from conception to natural death;
for those who have been wounded by abortion; for those who are facing death; and for
an increase of holiness in the Church. I would like to thank all who joined us on that
occasion. Life comes from God. It is sacred! So, we are called to protect it.
Our Faith Formation Classes shall soon be held in person in the lower Church Hall, and
in the Chapel, and not at the Pioneer Charter School as they used to be. We shall give
you specific details in our Bulletin.
I would like to thank all who have volunteered to teach the Faith to those preparing for
the Sacraments of First Holy Communion, Confirmation, and Penance and for the
Liturgy of the Church.
At this time, we are faced with a shortage of Teachers. We need volunteers to join the Team, especially from the Anglo Community. If you can help, kindly contact Holly Garcia, our Faith Formation Director at [email protected] or call the rectory at 617-389-5660.
I would like to thank you for wearing masks during the Masses. Cardinal Sean O’Malley
has requested that members of all Parishes of the Archdiocese of Boston wear masks
during Masses until March. Let us strive to keep this in mind. During the Mass, you may
sit anywhere you feel comfortable.
Fr. Chacha SMA