Around the Province

Ash Wednesday at Saint Francis Chapel in Boston’s Prudential Center.

Lent begins on Wednesday, March 1.  On Ash Wednesday, we receive ashes on our foreheads as a reminder of our own mortality.  Ashes also remind us that we are entering a season of penitence and penance — an important season of preparation as we work our way toward the great celebration of the Easter Triduum.

What will you give up for Lent this year?  What will you do extra in terms of prayer or service to your neighbor? How will you live this important season? What will you do to draw closer to Our Lord?

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events for Spring 2017

OMV Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

This wonderful event takes place very soon — in April!   Make sure you sign up soon to reserve your seat.  See Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Galilee, the Dead Sea, and so much more!
See this PDF for more details.

200th Anniversary Gala

Register now to celebrate with us in Boston! (registration information)



New Audio Books from Crossroad

Discernment of Spiritsaudio

Discerning the Will of God

Now Available for Purchase: Crossroad, 2015

Looking forward to reading the books of Fr. Timothy Gallagher, OMV, but not finding the time to do so? Wondering how you could be a little more productive during that long commute to work?  No worries — now two of Fr. Tim’s most popular titles (with more on the way) are available as audio books on CD!  “The Discernment of Spirits:  An Ignatian Guide for Everyday Living” is Fr. Tim’s first book and is read by Fr. Dan Barron, OMV.  It comes on eight CDs and lasts for nine hours, covering the text of the entire book.  “Discerning the Will of God: An Ignatian Guide to Christian Decision Making”  helps you to make spiritual sense of your major life decisions.  This book is read by Fr. John Wykes, OMV.  It comes on five CDs and lasts for just under five hours, covering the text of the entire book.

These items and more are available for purchase from Fr. Tim’s website.  Visit the site by clicking here.
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