Anytime anyone shoots me a, "hey, how's it going?", I almost reflexively hit em back with a, "terrible". It's never actually going terrible. Mostly never. In fact it's often going just plain radly but it turns out no one actually cares about the answer, or listens, when they ask so saying something like "terrible" snaps them outta the drab monotony of smalltalk for a tiny fraction of a second. Which is neat.
Anywho, this church had terrible written really large in Latin and I thought that was just grand.
“God wants a real and personal relationship with us, and at the cross He tore down every barrier that stood in the way. The only thing left is our full surrender and acceptance of His love.”- Pastor Eddie Walters
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A minha voz consagro para o teu louvor és razão do meu existir
O teu amor e o teu perdão resgataram-me da escuridão
Eu quero te adorar
Eu nasci pra te adorar
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And the Cathedral is ready.
Be there tomorrow on Palm Sunday at 11:30 a.m. when Cardinal Seán Patrick O’Malley, Archbishop of @BostonCatholic, celebrates the first public Mass here after a two-year extensive renovation.
The Cardinal’s annual Blessing of Marathon Runners follows Mass for all those participating in and volunteering at the 123rd Boston Marathon on Monday.
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Crowds came throughout Tuesday afternoon and into the night to venerate the incorrupt heart of Saint Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney, the Curé of Ars, at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia of @BostonCatholic, Bishop Peter Uglietto, also celebrated Holy Mass Tuesday evening in the presence of the relic.
St. Jean Vianney is the patron saint of parish priests. The Knights of Columbus, the world’s largest Catholic fraternal organization, sponsored this major relic pilgrimage, through a generous loan from the Shrine at Ars, France.
📷: Greg Tracey/The Boston Pilot
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Today the church celebrates the Feast of Saints Philip and James, Apostles. Saint James the Lesser, also known as James, Son of Alphaeus, was the first bishop of Jerusalem and was martyred for refusing to deny the divinity of Christ.
At the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Saint James the Lesser is depicted in one of our original German-made, 19th-century stained glass windows along the North nave. The Cathedral’s stained glass collection is one of the largest and earliest collections in New England and features some of the finest examples of enamel painting on glass in the United States.
“Jesus said to them, ‘Come, have breakfast.’
And none of the disciples dared to ask him, ‘Who are you?’
because they realized it was the Lord.
Jesus came over and took the bread and gave it to them,
and in like manner the fish.
This was now the third time Jesus was revealed to his disciples
after being raised from the dead.” —John 21:12-14
From today’s proclamation from the Gospel of John for the Third Sunday of Easter.
📷: George Martell (@newsphotog7)