On Saturday, December 15th the Arch Street Band will hold an Open Rehearsal Concert to prepare for our Christmas liturgies and we invite you to share the joy! Come anytime between 1:30 - 3:10 PM for this exciting event where the band will perform, rehearse, discuss and invite you to participate in some Christmas songs.
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December 2, 2018 - First Sunday of Advent There was a time here at Arch Street when Mass was regularly held at three different locations in the building, and there was a Mass every fifteen minutes. There was no need to even know what the Mass schedule was: you just showed up and the friar in
'St. Anthony Shrine Honors Sister-Turned-Judge at Gala' By: Br. John Maganzini, OFM https://hnp.org/st-anthony-shrine-honors-sister-turned-judge-at-gala/?utm_source=Nov.+14%2C+2018+HNPT+-+for+Friars&utm_campaign=HNPT+Friars+Nov.+15%2C+2018&utm_medium=email
St. Anthony Shrine Mass cards can be purchased at the Information Booth in our lobby, by calling Br. Daniel at 617-542-6440 ext. 250, or by visiting https://stanthonyshrine.org/store/. The information booth is open Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 4:15 pm Saturday: 10:00 am – 4:50 pm Sunday: 9:05 am – 4:50 pm
Lazarus Ministry and BC High continue their great partnership to strive to greatness and the continued help for the homeless. https://www.necn.com/news/new-england/Lazarus-Funeral-Boston-College-High-School-Students-Honor-Homeless-Man-as-He-Is-Laid-to-Rest-494443041.html
We have great news! The regular hours for the Information Booth are: Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 4:15 pm Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:50 pm Sunday: 9:05 am - 4:50 pm There are plenty of Dated Masses still available through September - December.
The Father Mychal Judge Center for Recovery has just wrapped up the third of a four-part series of Masses for Recovery. We held the first two Masses here at the Shrine in Downtown Boston and joined the Archdiocesan Addiction Recovery Pastoral Support Services (AARPSS); and the South Boston-Seaport Catholic Collaborative at the Shrine of Our
On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico with wind speeds over 150 mph. The storm ripped metal roofs from homes, snapped telephone poles, scattered electrical wires, and propelled heavy debris through doors and windows. It left most of the island in darkness for months and many families suffered severe damage to their