Parish and Clergy Updates: Archive

RESOURCES

Pandemic Offertory: A Webinar for Pastors, Parish Staff, and Council Members (1/14)

Nationally, parish offertory is down 20-30% compared to last year.  Join us as we hear from pastors about what parishes are doing where offertory is holding steady or increasing compared to last year!  These parishes have worked to form stronger community with their parishioners, sought new ways to reach their parishioners, and continued pastoral care creatively yet safely.  Learn more on Thursday January 14 2021 from 3:00 to 4:30 PM.  Register at http://bit.ly/PandemicOffertoryWebinar.  Hear from our guest pastors: Fr. Carlos Flor, Fr. Chris Wallace, Fr. James DiPerri, Fr. James Hickey, and Fr. Matt Williams with our hosts, Deacon Mike Curren and Tom Lyman.
Evangelization and Discipleship

Epiphany Proclamation (1/3)

The Office of Divine Worship is pleased to share once again the Announcement of the Moveable Feasts for the 2021 Liturgical Year, set to music with 2021’s dates, to be chanted by a Deacon, Presider, or Cantor after the proclamation of the Gospel at Epiphany Masses (1/3/21). We hope you can include this Roman Missal option that adds great beauty to the liturgy. Offered in English and Spanish.
Divine Worship

ParishSOFT End-of-Year Webinars (1/6)

Parish Services

Liturgy Preparation Aid For the Seasons of Advent and Christmas

Please note that among recommendations made in these guides, only those in accord with RCAB COVID-19 Guidelines are permitted in the Archdiocese of Boston this year.
Spanish Translation Available
Divine Worship

Fiat (12/16)

Fiat, a gathering of women interested in learning more about religious life, cordially invites you to the next meeting on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. (ET) on Zoom.  The topic will be “An Advent Reflection on Mary.” If you are interested, please contact Sr. Marian Batho, CSJ at [email protected] or 617-746-2025 for more information and the link to the meeting.

Let Your Voice Be Heard – Again

“Say No to ROE”

The state legislature has extended the session until January 5th, 2021. Please remind the members of the Joint Committee on Judiciary that you oppose the expansion of abortion in Massachusetts. Please call the Committee at 617-722-2396 and let them know you are opposed to H3320 and S1209 – the ROE legislation. Every telephone call helps!

Remember these bills would remove:

  • The requirement that young girls obtain consent before an abortion
  • The requirement that efforts be made to save a living baby who survives abortion
  • The requirement that late term abortions be performed in hospitals
  • The bills would allow abortion on demand for all nine months of pregnancy.

For more information about how the ROE legislation would expand abortion in Massachusetts visit www.macatholic.org.

Thanksgiving and Christmas Week Payroll Timing Changes Needed

Due to Christmas falling on a pay date this year, you must pay one day early.
Human Resources

Weekly Advent Reflections from Saint John's Seminary

Sign up to receive a weekly Advent reflection from Saint John's Seminary!

Advent "Virtual Mini Retreat": Mary's Advent- Confinement, Uncertainty & Hope

Presented by Sr. Margaret (Meg) Guider in lieu of the annual Advent Mass and Breakfast Forum
Pro Life Office & Women Affirming Life

Spring Registration Now Open!

Register for the Spring Semester at Saint John's Seminary:

Annual HIRD Disclosure Information – Deadline is December 15

Benefits

The Pilot Special Edition: Order Form for Cardinal Sean's 50th Anniversary of Ordination

Did you Miss the Social Justice Convocation on November 7th 

This year’s theme was Racial Justice—What Can You Do? View the Recording Online. You won’t want to miss it!
The 2020 Social Justice Convocation featured Cardinal Sean O’Malley celebrating a special Mass, keynote speakers Rev. Oscar Pratt and Dr. Jeannine Hill Fletcher, and discussion on how YOU can take action. 

Official Catholic Directory Annual Update (12/14)

General Counsel

Clergy Taxes Webinar (12/15)

Registration Required

Appeal Abatement Form (12/7)

Parishes below assessment should submit before December 7th.

First Friday Virtual Visits (12/4)

Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary

Benefits Office Webinars: Year-End Topics (12/9)

The Archdiocese of Boston Benefits Office is offering several free webinars in November and December to review important payroll and benefits year-end topics, such as a “head’s up” that Friday, December 25 is a common pay date (plan ahead to pay on December 24!).

Register Here for one of following webinars on Paying Christmas Bonuses – Complying with IRS and 401(k) Plan Rules:
Thursday, December 3 @ 2:00 PM | Wednesday, December 9 @ 11:00 AM

Contact any Benefits Office staff at (617) 746-5640 or Prime Pay at (888) 697-0021 if you need assistance.

New Rite of Baptism of Children (12/9)

This free webinar (with Rita Thiron of the FDLC), Weds. 12/9, will be especially applicable to priests, deacons and pastoral staff. The FDLC offers weekly free Wednesday webinars on the Liturgical Books. Register to listen in live, or to access the recordings later. 

Archdiocese of Boston 401(k) Plan Required Annual Safe Harbor Notice

Benefits Office

COVID-19 Webinar for Boston Priests (11/30)

  • What is the latest in the Covid-19 pandemic?
  • What is happening in the production of a vaccine?
  • Review of how to administer the Sacrament of the Sick to Covid patients.
  • Do we need to reestablish a Covid Priest Response team?
  • Your questions about anything to do with the virus and ministry.

Notices of Unemployment Claims May Be Fraudulent

Be aware of a national unemployment fraud scheme, as reported by the Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance. If you receive a form from the Massachusetts DUA, stating that one of your employees (terminated or active) has applied for unemployment – First, you should contact the employee and ask if they filed an unemployment claim. More details in the link to the HR Memo.
Human Resources

TINE Certificates Update

Quick update on TINE's Certificates in Theology and Certificate in Evangelization: We are postponing the start of these two certificate courses to begin January 2021! Please visit tinecatholic.com https://www.tinecatholic.com for more information and register. This is a great opportunity for catechists, faith formation coordinators, Catholic school teachers, Catholic parents, and all disciples to go deeper in your Catholic faith!

Prime Pay Outage (November 20-22) and New Web Address and Dashboard Look (11/23)

Benefits Office

Recognizing a Physician or Allied Health Professional (Due 12/15)

Deadline Extended to December 15th
The Guild of Saint Luke

Confirmation: Registration for the Fall 2021 Season is Now Open (Due 11/23)

Registration Memo
Office of Canonical Affairs 

Collection for the Retired Sisters of the Archdiocese (11/21)

On November 21/22, parishes across the Archdiocese will hold the annual special collection for the Retired Sisters of the Archdiocese. 

Risk Management Quarterly Newsletter: Fall 2020

How COVID-19 is Spread | Cold Weather Preparation | Flu Prevention: Time to Get Vaccinated

Planned Giving Webinars (11/18)

For parishioners interested in learning how a planned gift supports the future of their parish
Supporting the Future of Your Parish through a Planned Gift
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 1-2 p.m.
Institutional Advancement

Year of the Eucharist with your Regional Bishop (11/17+)

Year of the Eucharist Coordinators and Missionaries are invited to virtually connect with their regional bishop or episcopal vicar. Learn what inspires them about the Eucharist, ask questions, and hear how a “cloud of witnesses” are “living” out their Eucharistic faith. Each coordinator/missionary is encouraged to invite one person as a way of engaging in the three "Ps" of being a missionary - Pray, Participate, and Promote. Not a Eucharistic Missionary yet? No problem, email [email protected] to join up. These events will run from 7-8:00 PM on the dates listed below featuring the following: 

Nov. 17: Most Rev. Mark O'Connell, Regional Bishop for the North Region. Register here. 
Nov. 23: Very Rev. Brian McHugh, Episcopal Vicar for the Central Region. Register here. 
Nov. 30: Most Rev. Robert Hennessey, Regional Bishop for the Merrimack Region. Register here. 
Dec. 10: Most Rev. Robert Reed, Regional Bishop for the West Region. Register here. 
Dec. 14: Very Rev. Robert Connors, Episcopal Vicar for the South Region. Register here. 

All Souls Memorial Free Virtual Event with Bishop Tobin (11/14)

Saint John's Seminary is celebrating 20 years of Lay Formation.  Join them for a virtual event on November 14 which explores the Catholic Tradition of praying for the dead and hear from speakers such as Bishop Tobin.  Learn more about the Lay Formation Programs and its fruits as you listen to seminary faculty and alumni.

Benefits Office Webinars: Year-End Topics (11/16+)

The Archdiocese of Boston Benefits Office is offering several free webinars in November and December to review important payroll and benefits year-end topics, such as a “head’s up” that Friday, December 25 is a common pay date (plan ahead to pay on December 24!).

Register Here for one of the Year-End Reminder sessions below:
Monday, November 16 @ 2:00 PM | Thursday, November 19 @ 11:00 AM | Friday, December 4 @ 11:00 am | Thursday, December 6 @ 2:00 PM | Tuesday, December 15 @ 11:00 AM

Bishop James Augustine Healy Virtual Celebration (11/14)

The Annual Bishop James Augustine Healy Award Ceremony will be held virtually this year. The event will take place on Saturday, November 14th, 2020 at 6:30 PM EST via Zoom. Gloria Purvis, from EWTN’s Morning Glory Show will be this year’s guest speaker. Please register here, and see the attached flyer for more details. Please also consider donating to this year’s Bishop Healy Virtual Celebration. Donations can be made via this link https://givebutter.com/HealyEvent2020. Supporters can also text Healy to (202) 858-1233, or scan the attached QR code. Your support and prayers are greatly appreciated! Evangelization and Discipleship

Clergy Panel Discussion: Resiliency (11/19)

Is God Calling You to Grow During this Time… Really?
Clergy Health and Retirement Trust

Certificate in Catholic Theology (11/14)

The Institute for the New Evangelization (TINE) is offering a Certificate in Catholic Theology for its' second year. This course is taught by seasoned theologians, priests, and practitioners, providing a solid theological framework for catechists, Catholic school teachers, parish volunteers, parents, and disciples. Classes meet one Saturday a month, beginning November 14. All classes will be virtual. To register, visit tinecatholic.com.  
The Institute for the New Evangelization (TINE)

Certificate in Catholic Evangelization (11/14)

TINE is also offering a Certificate in Catholic Evangelization—a great opportunity for Catholics to go deeper in their own discipleship and equip them to form other disciples in their parishes, schools, and families. Classes meet one Saturday a month, beginning November 14. All classes will be virtual. Visit tinecatholic.com to sign up! 

New Faith Formation Leader Workshop (11/12)

The Office of Lifelong Faith Formation & Parish Support invites all new parish catechetical leaders in the Archdiocese of Boston (including but not limited to children's ministry, youth ministry, and adult faith formation) to spend a day in conversation with our team.  We will discuss RCAB offices, initiatives, resources, and best practices relevant to parish work and have time for networking with other leaders. Register for this virtual gathering at this link. For more information contact Patrick Krisak at [email protected] or 617-746-5753.

Reminder | Virtual Archdiocesan Social Justice Convocation (11/7)

REGISTER HERE! Racial Justice - What Can We Do?

  • Mass, concelebrated by Cardinal Sean O’Malley (Homilist) and Rev. Oscar Pratt, Pastor, Saint Katherine Drexel Roxbury
  • Keynote Speech by Rev. Oscar Pratt with Keynote Response from Dr. Jeannine Hill Fletcher, Professor of Theology at Fordham
  • Suggested Actions and Examples for Parishes to promote Racial Justice and Resources to enable them
  • Preview of Ongoing Events during the year and beyond, sponsored by the Archdiocesan Social Justice Ministry

Social Services and Healthcare Secretariat

2020 Catholic Appeal

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Today we wish to recognize those who have made a gift or pledge to the 2020 Catholic Appeal.  Especially during these challenging times, your participation is greatly appreciated.  Thank you

If you have not yet given, it is not too late.  We recognize that many of you may be navigating your own financial challenges but ask for your prayerful consideration of a gift to the 2020 Catholic Appeal at whatever level is comfortable for you.  If you have not received a Catholic Appeal letter or email request, donations can be made on line at www.bostoncatholicappeal.org

Remember that when our Parish exceeds it’s goal, a percentage of any additional funds received is returned for use in our Parish.  When each of our individual gifts are combined with the gifts of thousands of other parishioners throughout the Archdiocese, each contributor makes a very real difference in the ability of the Archdiocese to provide ministries and services.

This is our Church. Thank you again for your support.

 

HELP US CLOSE OUT APPEAL CAMPAIGN BY A CERTAIN DATE

I am pleased to share that even during these difficult times, PARISH NAME has raised $X toward our 2020 Catholic Appeal goal of $X. Our heartfelt thanks to all who have helped make our campaign a success so far.  Whether you are attending Mass in person or watching from home, I invite you to join me in supporting the Catholic Appeal.   We recognize that many of you may be navigating your own financial challenges but ask for your prayerful consideration of a gift to the 2020 Catholic Appeal at whatever level is comfortable for you.  If you have not received a Catholic Appeal letter or email request, donations can be made on line at www.bostoncatholicappeal.org

Every gift, regardless of the size, is meaningful and can make an impact. Your participation in our parish Appeal is very much appreciated by our parish and the thousands that are served through the Archdiocesan Central Ministries.

This is our Church and when you support the Appeal, you support us!

 

REPORTING PROGRESS TOWARD CATHOLIC APPEAL GOAL

The 2020 Catholic Appeal campaign is well underway at PARISH NAME.  Together, we have raised $X toward our parish goal of $X. Our heartfelt thanks to all who have participated, especially during this difficult year.  Your generosity will benefit hundreds of pastoral, charitable, and educational programs at work within the Archdiocese of Boston, and at PARISH NAME.

We recognize that many of you may be navigating your own financial challenges but ask for your prayerful consideration of a gift to the 2020 Catholic Appeal at whatever level is comfortable for you.  Every gift, regardless of the size, is meaningful and can make an impact.    If you have not received a Catholic Appeal letter or email request, donations can be made on line at www.bostoncatholicappeal.org   Your participation in our parish Appeal is very much appreciated by our parish and the thousands that are served through the Archdiocesan Central Ministries.

This is our Church and when you support the Appeal, you support us!

 

SURPASSED 2020 CATHOLIC APPEAL GOAL—THANK YOU!

Congratulations! Even during these most challenging times, PARISH NAME has surpassed its 2020 Catholic Appeal goal of $X. I am truly grateful to the parishioners and families that helped us reach our goal. The Catholic Appeal provides critical funding to hundreds of pastoral, charitable, and educational programs that impact tens of thousands throughout our Archdiocese. Every gift, regardless of the size, is meaningful and can make an impact.

Thank you!  This is our Church and when you support the Appeal, you support us!

 

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Due to the shutdown of Churches for COVID-19, parishes were unable to launch the 2020 Catholic Appeal this past March with an in-pew presentation. However, as the work of our Church has continued amidst the pandemic, the more than 50 ministries funded by the Catholic Appeal are in need now more than ever. The success of the Appeal is vital in funding the ministries that provide assistance to our parishes, schools, and communities in a variety of ways. Please consider making your gift to the 2020 Catholic Appeal in one of the following ways:

  • If you received a letter or email, respond using the pledge card or donation options. 
  • Visit bostoncatholicappeal.org to give online

Every gift, regardless of the size, is meaningful and can make an impact. Your participation in our parish Appeal is very much appreciated by our parish and the thousands that are served through the Archdiocesan Central Ministries. This is our Church and when you support the Appeal, you support us!

Month of Remembrance at Saint John's Seminary

Share in our Seminary tradition this All Souls Day.
Saint John's Seminary, we continue our tradition of praying for the repose of the faithful departed. As the season of autumn unfolds, we invite you to submit the names of your departed loved ones using the link above. Their names will be inscribed in the Book of Remembrance, which will be placed in our seminary chapel. It is our joy to remember these special souls at Mass, during morning and evening prayer, and at daily Eucharistic Adoration.

Respect Life Month: New Website to Encourage Catholics to be Part of the Church’s Pro-Life Ministries

https://upholdingthedignityoflife.org/

“Life is sacred. Life is a mystery. Life must be protected, nurtured, respected. The Gospel of Life is the centerpiece of the Church’s social teaching…It is our task to witness to the truth that love, compassion and solidarity can build a just society that will be safer for the poor, the unborn and those on the periphery.”                                                                            
+Seán Cardinal O’Malley, OFM Cap
Pro-Life Homily - 1/23/20

Link to Parish Resources

Political Activities

Reminder about limitations on political activities that may be conducted by non-profit entities
General Counsel | Link to USCCB Guidelines

Catholic Appeal

Bulletin announcements to help close your parish campaign are available.
Institutional Advancement

Theological, Canonical, And Pastoral Engagement with Disability (11/2, 11/4)

A virtual workshop to engage our brothers and sisters in Christ with disabilities and the Deaf through practical, hands-on application of the revised Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities (USCCB).
Register here for the Nov. 2nd workshop for faith formation leaders, catechists, and parents.
Register here for the Nov. 4th workshop for clergy and pastoral associates. 
Evangelization and Discipleship

Time Off to Vote (11/3)

Human Resources

TINE Year of the Eucharist Speakers Series (10/29)

The Institute for the New Evangelization is hosting a virtual Year of the Eucharist Speakers Series. Our first talk will be held October 29, 2020 at 7 PM with Julianne Stanz, Director of Parish Life and Evangelization for the Diocese of Green Bay. Please register for these virtual talks.

Faith Formation: How's It Going? (10/28)

  • Wednesday, October 28, 1:00pm
  • With Patrick Krisak and Melissa Kalpakgian
  • Register here.
  • Patrick and Melissa will discuss what they are hearing from parish leaders about the start of parish faith formation programming this fall and ask for contributions and questions from attendees on this topic.

Upcoming Webinars.  More information at https://www.bostoncatholic.org/webinars and https://www.bostoncatholic.org/project-nazareth.

Parish Information Technology: Support Services Initiative

Information Technology

Outdoor Masses

We have received a number of requests for a listing of Masses taking place outdoors across the archdiocese.  If your parish is regularly holding Mass outdoors please e-mail us at [email protected] with the location, date, and time. We will create a listing at https://bostoncatholic.org/outdoor-masses similar to the livestream Mass listing at https://www.bostoncatholic.org/livestream-masses

Order Form | Cardinal Sean Celebrated 50th Anniversary of Ordination: Special Edition

Catholic Media

Created for Love Training via Zoom (10/14)

For Parish Faith Formation Leaders and Catechists
A foundational moral theology curriculum mandated for all Catholic school students and parish faith formation students in Grades 6-8 throughout the Archdiocese of Boston to satisfy the required child safety standards set forth by the USCCB as well as the required chastity, respect life, vocation and morality curriculum set forth by Cardinal Séan O’Malley.

Upcoming training dates are listed below along with registration links for middle school religion teachers and school leaders! More information about CFL can be found HERE or by contacting [email protected]

Wed. 10/14/20: 6:30pm-8:00pm REGISTER HERE!

Catholic Schools Office

Free Video Library on Topics of Grief

A Collection of 13 full-length videos on topics that cover many challenges such as loss, bereavement, loneliness and stress.
Office of Chaplaincy

iThirst Spiritual Companion (10/14+)

Provide spiritual consolation and recovery resource information to the afflicted and their families.
Opioid Taskforce |

Project Nazareth

What do you think of when you ponder the holy family living in their little house in Nazareth? Joy, peace, laughter? What about the strength to bear the hardships of living in turbulent times and the sorrows of life? Just as God gave the grace for Joseph and Mary to raise Jesus in daily ordinary life, so too has He given you the grace to raise your children. Now available via sign-up at projectnazareth.com:

  • The Sacred Mysteries Series in English for October through December 2020; a weekly, lectionary-based curriculum for families and parishes.
  • The Parish Guide which explains the theory of Project Nazareth and provides helpful ideas and thoughts on the implementation of Project Nazareth.
  • The Parent Guide to help parents understand how to use Project Nazareth, the different series, and the weekly toolkits; the Parent Guide is available here/attached for you to preview.
  • The Prayer Guide which helps families learn basic Catholic prayers, teaches them new ones, and gives ideas of how to pray throughout the day as a family.

Please consider sharing Project Nazareth with families in your parish, whether or not you choose to use Project Nazareth in your parish faith formation plans. More information can be found here.
Secretariat for Evangelization and Discipleship

 

Annual Children’s Eucharistic Holy Hour (10/7)

World Apostolate of Fatima Boston Virtual 15th Annual Children’s Eucharistic Holy HourOctober 7, 2020 from 1:00pm-2:00pm. This year’s Children’s Eucharistic Holy Hour and Holy Rosary for World Peace will be live-streamed so all children, teachers, parents and families are able to pray together from the safety and comfort of their classroom or home. Included here is a brief promo video which will help give the children a basic understanding of the message of Fatima and Our Lady’s call to pray the rosary daily! Pre-Register here to pray with us on Wednesday, October 7th, the Feast of the Most Holy Rosary! Each registrant will receive a digital copy of the Holy Hour program so you can follow along in your classroom or home. The livestream link will be included on the confirmation page upon completion of the registration. For event questions, please contact Judi Scherban at: [email protected]  or Fr. Ed Riley at Rev. [email protected].

Adapting Project Nazareth for Persons with Disabilities (10/7)

  • Wednesday, October 7, 7:30pm
  • With Kathryn Griffin
  • Register here.
  • Kathryn will discuss how Project Nazareth can be used for children with disabilities.  It is for both parents and parish leaders.

Live-Streamed Masses

Is your parish listed correctly? We are trying to maintain a comprehensive list of the Masses live streamed to help the faithful celebrate Mass virtually. If you know of a Parish that is not listed below or have any updated information, please email [email protected]  or call 617-746-5761 to help us keep this list up-to-date. 

Secretariat for Evangelization and Discipleship

A Catholic Approach to Palliative Care (9/28+)

Video series covers the Catholic Church’s approach to and teaching about palliative care and the issues facing the seriously ill and dying and their families.
Secretariat for Social Services and Health Care

Vote For Our Cathedral (through 10/15)

Help Us Make the Cathedral Boston’s Fan Favorite! Next month the Cathedral of the Holy Cross will be given a prestigious Preservation Award by the Boston Preservation Alliance (BPA) for its recently completed historic renovation. In addition, as part of BPA’s annual Preservation Awards, is their Award for Fan Favorite. The project with the most votes on October 15 will take home the award and bragging rights as Boston's favorite preservation project. We encourage you to vote for our Cathedral!  You may vote once a day until October 15. Follow this link to the voting page. 
Institutional Advancement

Annual CORI for Clergy (Due 9/30)

Office of Background Screening

Schools are Safely Opening with In-Person Instruction

54 elementary schools and 8 high schools are opening for live instruction five days per week. Learn more about these schools and others at: https://schoolswithliveinstruction.org/

Catholic Schools Office |

12th Annual Celebration of the Priesthood: Virtual Gala (9/29)

The Celebration of the Priesthood Virtual Gala is less than two weeks away!
Register now for the 2020 Celebration of the Priesthood Virtual Gala! With your complimentary registration, you will have the chance to virtually join an evening full of special guests and inspirational stories, as well as the opportunity to win: A private tour of the newly renovated Cathedral of the Holy Cross | An invitation to join a virtual live Q&A with General Joe Dunford (this year’s keynote speaker) | An invitation to talk hockey virtually with NHL Florida Panthers star Brian Boyle.

Every email that is registered gets entered into the raffle, so if you are going to be watching with your family and friends, make sure each person registers separately for their chance to win! Don’t miss out! Register now!
Clergy Health and Retirement Trust | 

New Hire Orientation Webinars (9/16+)

Benefits Office | Register for Webinar Here

Online Open House: Saint John's Seminary Lay Formation Program

Offer two fully accredited graduate degree programs in Catholic theology; Fall '20 semester begins September 1st
Saint John's Seminary | Print | Video from Rector

Home School Ministry

With the advent of COVID-19 and the uncertainty of the upcoming school year, many parents are discerning whether to switch to homeschooling. Visit the Home School Ministry page for resources to aid the discernment process.
Evangelization and Discipleship | Bulletin Announcement

Saint John's Seminary Putting Challenge

Film yourself taking the Saint John’s Seminary Putting Challenge by stating which challenge you accept.
Donate and receive a gift (while supplies last)
@SJSBoston #SJSPuttingChallenge

CRS in Lebanon: Special Request for Support

Catholic Relief Services |

28th Annual Golf Tournament (8/31)

Pope Saint John XXIII National Seminary | Print

Catholic Appeal August Parish Campaign

Resources and materials to help close your Catholic Appeal parish campaign in the month of August can be found at www.bostoncatholicappeal.org
Institutional Advancement

Insurance Program Renewal

Office of Risk Management |

Risk Management Quarterly Newsletter

Topics: Videoconferencing Solutions, Playground Safety and COVID-19, Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidelines
Office of Risk Management | Risk Management Site | [email protected]

BA PPP Loans FAQs

Human Resources | Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act

Live Streaming Best Practices

Evangelization and Discipleship

Information Technology Concerns in Response to Covid-19

Information Technology

Special Collection Schedule for 2021

Vicar General

Microsoft Office365
Purchase DELL computers using our New Portal

IT and Parish Services

Parish Information Technology: Support Services Initiative

Information Technology