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Ash Wednesday - March 1, 2017

COLLABORATIVE SCHEDULE
7:00am Mass at St. John
9:00am Mass at St. Paul
9:00am Mass at St. John
(with Saint John School – all welcome!)
12:10 Mass at St. John
2:15 Ash Service at St. Paul
(with St. Paul Religious Education – all welcome!)
5:30pm Mass at St. John
7:00pm Mass at St. Paul

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Our Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series Begins Monday, March 6

Our Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series, focusing on our Lenten theme of "Up From the Water" (Mt. 3:16)  begins on Monday, March 6 and continues for the six weeks of Lent. Join us each Monday at 7:30PM - please note the location for each lecture.

MARCH 6: FR. J. BRYAN HEHIR St. John Church
"Reconciliation: Confession (sacred) and Civil Society (secular)"

MARCH 13: FR. JOHN CONNELLY St. John Church
"'Up from the Water' into the Mysteries of God’s Amazing Grace

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Monday, March 6: Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series with
Fr. J. Bryan Hehir

Reconciliation: Confession (sacred) and Civil Society (secular)
Monday, March 6, 7:30pm at St. John Church

In 2 Corinthians 5:18-19, St. Paul tells us, “All this is from God who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation.”  The ministry of reconciliation is central to the ministry of the Church as a whole. This Lenten Lecture will explore two distinct – indeed, quite different on the surface – expressions of the ministry of reconciliation today. The first, re

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Don't Give Up Chocolate this Lent!

Lent begins on Wednesday, March 1, and the St. John-St. Paul Collaborative has a rich, full schedule of liturgies, lectures, and programs planned. Here are two programs to consider as you plan your own Lenten journey!
WHY CATHOLIC?
Join a six week faith sharing group for Lent. Why Catholic? offers a concrete approach to help us deepen our Catholic faith and connect its teachings to our everyday lives. Our book, Believe: Profession of Faith, explores the basic tenets of our faith and offers insight into the Apostles’ Creed.  Morning and

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Women's Lenten Prayer Breakfast - Saturday,
March 11

Please join us for a Women's Lenten Prayer Breakfast!

Saturday, March 11, 2017 at St. Paul Parish

9:00am Mass
9:30am Coffee & Refreshments
10:00am Speaker: Mary Ann McLaughlin
(Director of the Office of Spiritual Life Archdiocese of Boston)

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Attention Young Singers! Easter Choir Rehearsals Begin March 12!

Children in grades 1-8 are invited to participate in the St. John’s Easter Youth Choir. High School Assistants are welcome. There are 5 rehearsals: 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2 and 4/9 at 10:50-11:50 a.m. in the Chapel. The children will sing at the 9:00 a.m. Family Mass on Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017. Sign up and first rehearsal is March 12, and registration closes March 19. For more information and to register call Maria Wardwell 781-237-2148 or Click to Read More

Attention Young Actors - Help Perform the Passion Play on Palm Sunday!

Seeking Actors/Actresses in Grade 3 and older to help "perform" the Passion Play at the 9:00am Family Mass on Palm Sunday, April 9. Attendance at one rehearsal on Saturday, April 8 from 9:00am- 12:00pm is required/mandatory. Confirmation candidates earn 5 hours of community service credit. Please contact Maria Wardwell (781-237-2148 or Click to Read More