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[Creole] “Louvri Je Sou Nesesite Lòt!”

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[Creole] “Louvri Je Sou Nesesite Lòt!”

By Father Jean Gabriel Charles, Parochial Vicar at St. Matthew’s Parish, Dorchester, MA (Haitian Creole) Lè w gen anpil richès enpi ou gen kouraj vire je gade sila yo ki pa gen anyen menm nan pou lonje yon men sekourab ba yo, sa vle di: nan kè w, ou gen anpil renmen.  Si w pa gen richès enpi ou gen kouraj pataje lepe ke w genyen avèk lòt yo, ou deja chita sou tab Bondye nan Wayom syèl la. Jezi di nou, jijman syèl la ap pote sou fason ou te pataje sa w genyen avèk frè w. “Mwen te grangou, ou te ban m manje.” Elize, nèg pa Bondye a, montre nou sa yo rele: gade je ouvè sou nesesite lòt yo. Lè w bay pòv, Bondye miltipliye sa w bay la san (100) fwa pi plis. Ak 20 pen lòj, yo nouri yon bann moun ki te grangou. Se sèlman ak 5 pen lòj e 2 ti...

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Annual Kujenga Youth Retreat 2014

»Posted by on Mar 6, 2014 in Archdiocese of Boston, Confirmation, Local Parish, LocalParish, Ordinary Time, St Angela's, St Matthew's, Young Adults Ministry, Youth/Teens Ministry | Comments Off

Annual Kujenga Youth Retreat 2014

Kujenga-Viongozi are the Swahili words that mean, “to build leadership“. This Annual Youth Retreat is hosted by the Archdiocese of Boston – Office of Cultural Diversity Office for Black Catholics. The purpose of Kujenga-Viongozi is to develop leadership skills among youth and young adults in the Black Catholic tradition, with Jesus-Christ at the center of their lives. It is a weekend retreat that is targeted toward youth and young adults (and adults who serve as mentors) who want to share their gifts and talents, explore the leadership seeds God has planted in them and go deeper in their leadership role in the church. Mark your calendar and start planning for the 2014 Kujenga Catholic Youth Leadership Retreat week-end from 5:00 p.m. Friday 1st...

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STATIONS of The Cross

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STATIONS of The Cross

When: View in Calendar » March 6, 2014 @ 12:00 AM – April 18, 2014 @ 11:45 PM Repeats: Weekly on Thursday and Friday - forever Where: View Map » St. Angela's Mattapan & St. Matthew's Dorchester, 1548 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan,MA 02126, USA Contact: Rev. Father Bill Joy617-298-0080 Categories: Lent Prayers & Devotions St. Angela's Tags: Lent Stations of The Cross Stations of The Cross – (or Way of the Cross; in Latin, Via Crucis; also called the Via Dolorosa or Way of Sorrows, or simply, The Way) –...

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LENT – Make And Work out Your Lenten Plan

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LENT – Make And Work out Your Lenten Plan

When: View in Calendar » March 5, 2014 – April 19, 2014 (all-day) Where: Archdiocese of Boston, Boston, MA, USA Contact: Rev. William P. Joy617-436-3590 Categories: Archdiocese of Boston Lent Liturgical Season St. Angela's St. Matthew's Tags: almsgiving fasting Lent online giving ParishPay Lent – Make And Work out Your Lenten Plan including prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Lent begins this year on Wednesday 13 February 2013 and ends before Easter – Sunday 31 March of 2013. PRAY – Set aside a time each week for prayer and reflection. Pray for the Cardinals and the...

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Fr. Joy receives Robert Ruffin Award

»Posted by on Jan 9, 2014 in Archdiocese of Boston, Local Parish, Ordinary Time, Pope John Paul II Catholic Academy, St Angela's, St Matthew's | Comments Off

Fr. Joy receives Robert Ruffin Award

Father Joy receives the Archdiocese of Boston’s Robert Leo Ruffin Award last November 2013 at The 20th annual Bishop James Augustine Healy Awards Dinner‘. Brief Biography: C. 1857 – 1934, Robert Leo Ruffin, a prominent Black Catholic from Boston, was one of the main supporters of the first Black Catholic Congress held in Washington, D. C. in 1889.  Mr. Ruffin led the Boston delegation to this Congress and was the spokesman at their historic meeting with President Grover Cleveland at the White House.  As a dedicated Black Catholic, Robert Leo Ruffin exemplified the participation of Black laity in the Catholic Church which continues to this day. Robert Leo Ruffin Award Criteria.  The Robert Leo Ruffin Award is presented to an individual who: Has...

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