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The Fifth Sunday of Lent

»Posted by on Mar 16, 2013 in Archdiocese of Boston, Lent, Liturgical Season, Local Parish, LocalParish, Reconciliation, St Angela's | Comments Off

The Fifth Sunday of Lent

Holy Mass of Fifth Sunday of Lent Lectionary: 36 or 34, Year A Saturday Vigil Mass of 16 March 2013 at St. Angela’s Parish www.StAngelaParish.org 1-617-298-0080 Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, Massachusetts. On Saturday afternoon 16 March 2013, Father Bill Joy and Father Sandry Matondo administer the Sacrament of Reconciliation (First Penance) to the Children of the parish with the presence and participation of their parents, Mrs. Obas and their teachers. Reconciliation, the sacrament of healing, is a sacramental celebration in which, through God’s mercy and forgiveness, the sinner is reconciled with God and also with the Church, Christ’s Body, which is wounded by sin. (Catechism of the Catholic Church 1422, 1442-5, 1468 link) When should my child...

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From The Pastor’s Desk on the 5th Sunday of Lent

»Posted by on Mar 16, 2013 in Archdiocese of Boston, Lent, Liturgical Season, Reconciliation, Sacrament, St Angela's, St Matthew's | Comments Off

From The Pastor’s Desk on the 5th Sunday of Lent

Habemus Papam! “HABEMUS PAPAM”!!! From my freshman Latin classes at B.C. High I know what those Latin words mean. Now everyone knows what they mean. “We have a Pope“. I mentioned last weekend at Masses that this would be an historic week in the life of the Catholic Church. I asked that we all pray for the Holy Spirit to come upon our Church and especially our Cardinals. Indeed we all did pray and I believe the Holy Spirit did descend upon us all especially the Cardinals in their Conclave.  In an interview on Thursday Cardinal Dolan of New York commented on how solemn and prayerful the Conclave was. He stated how the voting was in prayer and silence. He said there was a retreat like atmosphere.  This past week and this coming week will...

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From The Pastor’s Desk on the 3rd Sunday of Lent

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From The Pastor’s Desk on the 3rd Sunday of Lent

Could this be the first weekend without a storm in almost a month? February was a real February this year. After all we do live in New England. This month of March will indeed be historic for our Church. In many ways Pope Benedict XVI has invited the entire Church into the Desert of Lent. In many ways he has called us all to prayer. These next few weeks will focus our attention on our Church. It will give us a chance to reflect on the nature of the Church and the direction the Holy Spirit is leading us. It is a time of blessing and a time for prayer. It is a time when the Holy Spirit will come upon us. The remaining weeks of Lent will be a time for all of us to be part of the process for choosing a new Pope. Our role will be that of prayer and reflection.  We...

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Standing in the Presence of God – 2nd Sunday of Lent

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Standing in the Presence of God – 2nd Sunday of Lent

The Second Sunday of Lent – Standing in the Presence of God. Just so, says the psalmist, should our hearts be seeking to gaze on the face of God: intently, lovingly and with unrestrained hope.  Living in the same light, not all people will agree - with what we see - to God’s presence in the blessings that surround them or find a reason to hope in the shadow of evil.  We cannot judge them for their vision. What we see is only possible through the gift of faith.  That gift has been given to us. It is our privilege to use it, so that the light that shines upon us will lead us to joy and hope. The Gospel on this Second Sunday of Lent [readings] on 24 February 2013 presents Jesus transfigured before his disciples. The scene is filled with light –...

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First Sunday of Sunday of Lent

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First Sunday of Sunday of Lent

First Sunday of Sunday of Lent.  Food, fortune, fame – the temptations sound like categories from the TV series Jeopardy. “Feed yourself, you’re starving”, Satan said to Jesus. Listen to Father Sandry Matondo’s homily for this First Sunday of Lent at St. Angela’s Mattapan church at the Saturday Vigil Mass. Father Sandry gives us three tools to help us to resist the temptations that await us this week. Where do you place your trust? — [RELATED: Mass, homilies and Scriptures of the First Sunday of Lent – audio] First Sunday of Lent Mass with Father Sandry Matondo [ 54:31 ] Play Now | Play in Popup Scriptures Readings - audio [ 7:43 ] Play Now | Play in Popup Parish weekly bulletins available on the right...

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