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TUESDAYS WITH MERTON WITH FR. BRYAN N. MASSINGALE

Merton, Malcolm X, and Catholic Engagement with Black Lives Matter March 9, 2021. Catholic Engagement with the Black Lives Matter movement has been hesitant, at best. At worst, Catholic leaders deride it with virulent opposition and denigration. As the Movement for...

Faith Among Black Americans

On Thursday, February 25th, Fr. Bryan Massingale, Dr. Tia Noelle Pratt, along with researchers from the Pew Research Center, discussing their just-released report on "Faith Among Black Americans" and what it reveals about Black Catholics. This comprehensive report is...

Archdiocese of Boston Annual Catholic Appeal 2021

The Catholic Appeal is the annual fund that supports more than 50 central ministries that enrich parish life, Catholic schools, and the lives of those who turn to the Church for assistance. The St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Appeal Team invites you to: Visit...

The Cry of an Angry Black Man in a World Sick with Racism

Father Chisholm delivered the homily "The Cry of an Angry Black Man in a World Sick with Racism" at the Black History Month Mass celebrated at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Feb. 7, 2021.  To watch the video of Father Chisholm delivering this homily open this news article...

Fr. Oscar’s Message – Bulletin January 17, 2021

My Dear St. Katharine Drexel Parish Family, After the insurrection at the United States Capitol building and the president led attempted coup d’état, the response of many civic and religious leaders was to put out a statement condemning the unlawful actions, insisting...

Sister Marie Therese Browne, SCN, Celebrates Her Golden Jubilee

Message from Fr. Oscar “Plenty Good News!” – Bulletin, January 10, 2021 My Dear St. Katharine Drexel Parish family, In the Book of the Prophet Isaiah, the Lord says, “Here is my servant whom I uphold, my chosen one with whom I am pleased, upon whom I have put my...

Phase 9 of Disciples in Mission

January 2021 St. Katharine Drexel Parish will be participating in Phase 9 of Disciples in Mission. You will find more information on the Archdiocese of Boston website. https://www.bostoncatholic.org/virtual-evangelization

Cardinal O’Malley Letter – Archbishop Gregory Named Cardinal

Pope Francis’s elevation of Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Washington, D.C. to the College of Cardinals is an historic event, a personal tribute and a blessing for the Church in the United States. The historic character of the Pope’s decision is the appointment of...