Give – Ujima Collective Work and Responsibility
Our Giving Priorities
When we contribute our offering at Mass, in person or through the mail, we do so with the understanding that it is a gesture that demonstrates our appreciation for God’s blessings in our lives, and our commitment to building up our parish and community.
We also celebrate our friends and donors, who through their generosity have chosen to stand with this Black Catholic Community. Choose Donations and follow the prompts for Offering. Use the optional Note to make memorial donations (i.e. “In Memory of John Doe”). Donations may also be mailed to the Parish Center/attn: Lisa Hall, 175 Ruggles Street, Roxbury, MA 02120.
St. Katharine Drexel’s utilities include: electricity, water, gas, heating oil, telephone, and internet expenses.
Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley Statement:
“Due to the unprecedented needs brought about by the devastation of the attacks on Ukraine and the immigration of millions of victims fleeing the ravages of the war, I am authorizing a special collection to be taken up at all parishes on the weekend of March 19 and 20. The proceeds from the collection will be sent to Catholic Relief Services, the overseas relief and development agency of the U.S. Catholic Bishops, and to the Vatican agency for outreach to the Churches in Eastern Europe.”
These services at our Church and Parish Center assist families and provide vital resources to our neighbors/communities in Dorchester and Roxbury.
THE SISTER MARY HART CHILDREN’S PROGRAM
The program exists to serve the needs of the K-6th grade students in our neighborhood and surrounding communities, with a special focus on the educational success of the children. Use the optional Note to make memorial donations (i.e. “In Memory of John Doe”).