Parish News


Festival Carnival in Honor of St. Ann - 07/20/2017

Our festival carnival is July 20-23rd on the parish grounds of Sacred Heart, 386 Hancock St. Featuring rides, food, entertainment, bake sale, fashion show, contests, parades, and much more! Shuttle available from North Quincy High and Atlantic Middle Sch. Read more

August Monthly Dinner - Kool Dinner! - 08/19/2017

Come enjoy a cold plate dinner in this hot month of August! Sat. Aug. 19th at 5:30pm in the cafeteria at Sacred Heart. $10/person or $25/family with kids 12 and younger. reservations by calling Sacred Heart at 617.328.8666.

Epic: A brief tour of Church history - 09/16/2017

20 1-hour lecture videos over a 10 week period (2 videos/week). No homework! Saturday mornings, beginning Sept. 16th at 10am in the parish hall at Sacred Heart. Please call the office at 617.328.8666 to make a reservation.


Archdiocesan News


No church for old men: Cardinals called to be grandfathers, pope says

VATICAN LETTER (CNS) -- The Catholic Church is not a "gerontocracy" ruled by old men, 80-year-old Pope Francis said; "we aren't old men, we are grandfathers." Read more

Refusal to teach LGBT issues could fail a Jewish school in Britain

London, England, Jun 27, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- A Jewish girls' school has received a failing report from a British education standards monitor because it did not teach its pupils about sexual orientation and gender reassignment. Read more

'Texting suicide' case could impact assisted suicide legislation

Boston, Mass., Jun 27, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- A case about whether a troubled teenager convinced her depressed boyfriend to commit suicide through her words and text messages may have possible implications for physician-assisted suicide cases. Read more

Bishops: Loss of affordable health care under GOP plan 'simply unacceptable'

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, in its analysis of the Senate health care bill, said late June 26 the measure would leave 22 million more people without insurance. Read more

Religious freedom supporters applaud decision siding with Lutheran school

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Religious liberty won June 26 when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states cannot discriminate against religious institutions in the distribution of state funds for nonreligious activities. Read more



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