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Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation

Divine Mercy Prayers, Devotions & Chaplet

»Posted by on Jan 11, 2014 in Archdiocese of Boston, Reconciliation, St Angela's, St Matthew's | Comments Off

Divine Mercy Prayers, Devotions & Chaplet

Divine Mercy Devotion, Prayers and Chaplet – click play button below to listen. The Divine Mercy is a Roman Catholic devotion to the merciful love of God and the desire to let that love and mercy flow through one’s own heart towards those in need of it. Learn more Through St. Faustina, the Merciful Savior has given the aching world new channels for the outpouring of His grace.  These new channels include the Image of The Divine Mercy, the Feast of Mercy (Divine Mercy Sunday), the Chaplet, the Novena to The Divine Mercy, and prayer at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, the Hour of Great Mercy. Although these means of receiving God’s mercy are new in form, they all proclaim the timeless message of God’s merciful love. They also draw us back to the great...

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Holy Mass, the ‘Kiss of Peace’ at Mass

»Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 in Archdiocese of Boston, Christmas, Reconciliation, St Angela's, St Matthew's, St. Gregory's, Young Adults Ministry, Youth/Teens Ministry | Comments Off

Holy Mass, the ‘Kiss of Peace’ at Mass

Kiss of peace – The “Kiss of Peace” or ‘Sign of Peace’ is part of the ‘Communion Rite’ in the Liturgy of the Mass in the Roman Catholic Church. It is a traditional Christian greeting dating to early Christianity. The practice remains a part of the worship in many traditional churches: Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Catholic Churches, Eastern Orthodox churches, Oriental Orthodox churches and some liturgical mainline Protestant denominations. It is often called the kiss of peace, sign of peace, or simply peace or pax – “Baiser De Paix” in French; and ‘Bay Lapè’ in Haitian Creole. In the Gospels, greeting with a kiss was also the custom practiced by Jesus Christ. However, the New Testament’s reference to a holy kiss (en philemati...

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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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Welcome to Father Sandry Matondo

»Posted by on Oct 20, 2012 in Archdiocese of Boston, Local Parish, Reconciliation, St Angela's, St Matthew's, Young Adults Ministry, Youth/Teens Ministry | Comments Off

Welcome to Father Sandry Matondo

We want to extend another warm welcome to Father Sandry Matondo who is visiting from the Republic of Congo, Africa. Father Sandry Matondo was introduced at Mass both at St. Matthew’s Dorchester and at St. Angela’s Mattapan last month by Father William P. Joy. Father Sandry is attending courses and lectures at Harvard University in Cambridge. He is in residence at St. Angela’s rectory and will also celebrate our bilingual weekdays Masses and weekend Masses at both parishes when his schedule allows. During weekday Mass at St. Angela’s last month, Father Sandry says that between his classes and lectures at the University, he is available to any parishioners who are willing to meet with him for conversation, Confessions Hearings and the Sacrament of...

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