Thanks to the support of many friends and visitors, St. Clement Eucharistic Shrine is able to offer daily access to the Sacraments and a prayerful home for Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in the heart of Boston. Thank you for supporting our ministry at St. Clement Shrine!

Gifts may be made in the form of a one-time contribution or installments. Please call or e-mail or (617) 266-5999 ext. 130 for more information.

Make an Offering

Give a gift that will support the Shrine wherever it is most needed. Offerings may also be made at Mass and at the kiosk at the shrine entrance.

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Person lighting a prayer candle

Light a Candle

Remember a loved one or submit a special intention, and we’ll light a candle and pray with you. We pray over these intentions each and every day.

Light a Candle

Support Adoration

We are grateful to be the designated Eucharistic Shrine for the Archdiocese of Boston and to have hosted perpetual adoration here at the Shrine since August 2009. Your generous donations help us to support and grow our Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration program.

Give to Adoration

Front exterior of St. Clement

Support Building Upkeep

St. Clement’s Eucharistic Shrine is a beautiful, peaceful and historic place of worship. The building itself requires regular maintenance and restoration to keep the Shrine functional for our community. Your generous gifts help to maintain and restore the building for use by our entire community.

Support Upkeep

Circular stained glass window at St. Clement

Support the Window Restoration

We’re in the process of restoring the Shrine’s beautiful stained glass windows. And you can now double your donation with our Matching Gift Challenge! Thanks to a generous benefactor, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar up to $75,000 to cover the cost of expert artisans restoring these works of art.

Support the Restoration

Masses and Memorials

Masses and Memorials are a way to remember your loved ones. The Oblates of the Virgin Mary will pray for your intentions and your loved ones (living or deceased) in the celebration of the Mass. You can enroll your loved ones in an upcoming seasonal Novena or through Perpetual Mass Enrollment.

Honor a Loved One