January 2017

February 7th, 2016 by pnguyen

2016-mother-of-godJanuary 1st

Feast of the Mother of God 

New Year’s Eve

Holy Day Midnight Mass  

11:15 PM  

Mass celebrated by

Cardinal Sean

  12:30AM Social downstairs

Sunday – New Year’s Day

Holy Day Masses

11:00 AM and 8:00PM


Christmas Mass Schedule

Saturday, December 24th

Vigil Mass  6:00PM

 

Sunday, December 25th  

Only one (1) Mass will be celebrated at St. Clement and it will be at 11:00AM.                          

There will be NO 8:00PM Mass.


“Nunc Coepi – The Life of Venerable Bruno Lanteri” 

Screening Date:  

St. Clement’s Lower Level Hall

Saturday, November 5, 2016 – 7:30 p.m.

Nunc Coepi  “Now I Begin” and is the new documentary on the life of Venerable Bruno Lanteri, founder of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary.  The film was shot on location in Italy and is being shown this year as part of our 200th Anniversary celebration.  Come see Nunc Coepi and engage in interesting discussions with those who made the film.

 

Monday, July 4th Mass Schedule 

There will be no 7:00am or 12:10pm Masses on Monday.  2016 God Bless America

Only one Mass will be celebrated at St. Clement at 11:00AM.

Masses at St Francis Chapel (Prudential Ctr.) will be 9:00am & 12:00pm.

 


Sunday, June 12th, 2:00pm  ERIC GENIUS

fgallery1-25See the world renowned composer and concert pianist in his CONCERT OF HOPE  Tour

No tickets will be sold. A Free Will Offering will be accepted to help defray expenses.  Refreshments Following

Sponsored by Catholic Quest – For more information go to Catholicquest.org


Potluck Brunch  Sunday, May 15th

Join us for a potluck brunch after the 11AM Mass in the Upper Room, sponsored by Adoration Boston. For more information email adorationboston@gmail.com .    Everyone is welcome!

Should you wish to bring a potluck offering, please remember there is no access to a fridge or a stove.


Thursday, May 5th Holy Day of Obligation – The Ascension of Our Lord

Mass Schedule:  7:00am – 12:10pm – 7:00pm 

Saturday April 23rd  Seminarian Scholarship Dinner & Auction

Each spring, the Oblates of the Virgin Mary host a Seminary Scholarship Fund Dinner and Auction to raise awareness of the Oblate mission, share the vision of our Congregation, build community among our friends & benefactors, and invite financial support for the formation of our Seminarians 2016 groupwho will one day minister as Priests or Brothers. 

To purchase a ticket or bid on an auction item,  

visit www.omvusa.org/support

or call  617.266.5999

Deidra Dotsou  extension 129 

Rose Cummings extension 279 

Jen Thomas extension 105

Music of Anguish and Hope – A free choral concert will be given Friday, April 8, at 6pm in St. Clement’s Upper Room. A cappella music of Poulenc, Duruflé, Lotti, and Stanford will be sung by a choir of 24 singers and conducted by St. Clement’s organist, Kevin Neel. Please enter the Shrine at the entrance at 2 Ipswich St.


HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE

March 20th Palm Sunday Masses 11:00am and 8:00pm

March 21, 22, 23: Masses 7:00am & 12:10pm

Wednesday Evening Tenebrae Service  7:00pm (A meditation on the Passion of Christ)

March 24th Holy Thursday: Mass of our Lord’s Last Supper 7:00pm Adoration until 12:00am in the Upper Room

 March 25th Good Friday Services: 12:00 noon Stations of the Cross, 7:00pm Veneration of the Cross & remembrance of our Lord’s Passion and Death (although not a Mass you will be able to receive Holy Communion).

 March 26th Holy Saturday: Church will be open for prayer throughout the day Easter Vigil Mass will be at 8:00pm

 March 27th Easter Sunday Masses: 11:00am & 8:00pm


2016 The-Stations-of-the-Cross  Fr. Peter’s Friday Night Stations of

the Cross 7:00pm – 8:00pm  

Each Friday we will offer an evening of reconciliation and prayer.  We hope that you will join us for one or for all Fridays during Lent.


Lenten Confessions Wednesdays during Lent from 6:30pm-8pm.

ConfessionalEvery parish in the Archdiocese of Boston, and here at St. Clement Shrine, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available on all Wednesdays during Lent from 6:30pm-8:00pm. This is “The Light is On For You”: an annual initiative to highlight the importance of the sacrament of confession in the life of Catholics and to make it as easy as possible for every Catholic to come or to return to this great source of God’s Mercy and healing Love.  This is a wonderful way to participate in the special graces of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy.


2016 Blue plateFast and Abstinence: Ash Wednesday & Good Friday   Abstinence: all Fridays in Lent 

Abstinence (for those aged 14 and older)  no meat Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all Fridays in Lent.

Fasting (for those aged 18-59)   Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.   Fasting allows a person to eat one full meal.  If necessary to maintain strength according to one’s needs two smaller meals may be taken, not to equal one full meal. Eating between meals is not permitted.


Wondering what to do this Lent?     Want to boost your “prayer, good works & self-denial” all in one 2016 Lent Jesus2swoop?

Spend 1 Hour with our Lord during the weeks of Lent.

Email your name, telephone number and choice of Day and 1 Hour to: adorationboston@gmail.com or call Jen Thomas 617.266.5999 x127.

March 2nd Wednesday Night Workshop 7:00-9:00pm in the Upper Room

Mindfulness For Christians “Be still and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10

Improving focus and balance in our spiritual lives.

Guest Speaker:

Dr. Greg Kolodziejczak, Ph.D., Psy.D


February 24th Fiat! Wednesday 7:00-9:00pm in the Upper Room

Fiat is a discernment group for single women            in the Boston area considering a vocation to religious life in the Catholic Church.                      Guest Speaker: Mother Olga and the Daughters of Mary of Nazareth

For more information please contact Sr. Marian Batho, CSJ:   Sr_Marian_Batho@rcab.org

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