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Bishop McManus’ Address to the Class of 2022-St. Thomas Aquinas College

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My dear brother priests, President McLean, President-Elect O’Reilly, faculty, staff, students, members of the graduating Class of 2022, family members and friends, and all my dear brothers and sisters in Christ.

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Statement by Bishop William Byrne, regarding vandalism at Bethlehem House in Easthampton

Statement by Bishop William Byrne, regarding vandalism at Bethlehem House in Easthampton.
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Diocese of Fall River Parish Leader Convocation - September 10th

Parish Leader Convocation, September 10th, 2022, St.

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Statement of the Massachusetts Catholic Conference In Opposition to House Bill 4954 and Senate Bill 2996

A fundamental teaching of the Catholic faith is that an unborn child is a human person with the inalienable right to life and this life must be protected from conception to birth. It is in this light that the Catholic Bishops of Massachusetts have always strongly opposed abortion and all legislative efforts to expand the practice. It is the reason we oppose House Bill 4954 and Senate Bill 2996.

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CATHOLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION OF GREATER BOSTON, INC. DISTRIBUTES MORE THAN $780,000 IN GRANTS

The Board of Directors of the Catholic Health Foundation of Greater Boston, Inc. (“Catholic Health Foundation”) has approved the organization’s annual grant distribution.

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Statement of U.S. Bishops’ Chairman for Domestic Justice and Human Development on Supreme Court’s Climate Regulation Ruling

WASHINGTON - On June 30, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a 6-3 decision in a case that limits the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in its power to regulate greenhouse gases.

Cardinal Seán O’Malley Joins the Ribbon Cutting of Cote Village in Mattapan

Cardinal Seán O’Malley was joined Tuesday, June 28th by Bill Grogan, President of the Planning Office for Urban Affairs (POUA), and Donald Alexis, President of Caribbean Integration Community Development (CICD), to celebrate the opening of Cote Village, a transit-oriented development that has created 76 new mixed-income residences....

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