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


Bishops' migration chairman asks for extension of immigration status

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The head of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Migration said some migrants from Honduras and El Salvador cannot safely return to their home countries in the near future and should have a special immigration permit extended. Read more

Ukrainian bishop sees 'real chance of peace' in country's crisis

WARSAW, Poland (CNS) -- The Catholic bishop responsible for eastern Ukraine has backed calls for the deployment of international peacekeepers and praised "pressure from below" to end the nearly four-year war. Read more

Five keys to Catholic education, according to Cardinal Versaldi

Santiago, Chile, Oct 19, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi, Prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, proposed last week five keys for pastoral education “to respond in depth to the current challenges of society.” Read more

Kidnapped priest in Nigeria released, doing well

Benin City, Nigeria, Oct 18, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- Fr. Maurizio Pallù, an Italian missionary who was kidnapped in southern Nigeria last week, was freed Tuesday. Read more

Wealthy donors working to limit 'inappropriate' religious freedom

Denver, Colo., Oct 18, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- A network of wealthy donors is funding a series of well-organized lobbying campaigns to restrict legal protections for religious freedom, in order to advance access to abortion and LGBT causes. Read more


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