Bishops Oppose Marijuana Legalization
Bishop Edgar Moreira da Cunha, of the Fall River Diocese, joined his counterparts in Springfield, Worcester, and Boston in their opposition to ballot question four that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Massachusetts.
Western Civilization Needs A Christian Hero
As I watch so many families born into Christianity do away with Sunday Mass or services and wane from Christian moral teachings, I kind of feel responsible as it is happening on 'my watch'. It is my generation that is abandoning the faith that has been in their families in many cases, for …
‘Just be Good for Goodness’ Sake’
Let me start off by saying that I am very religious. Raised Catholic, attend mass at St. Mary's Church almost every Sunday, and teach first grade Faith Formation at the parish every Saturday morning.
Seeing this "holiday-themed" billboard from American Atheists is very disturbi…
Ministry and Microbrews
Reverend Rich O'Donnell, a Catholic priest from Burlington, Vermont, was faced with a steady decline of mass attendees over the years, and like many in the church, struggle with ideas on how to change that.
Religious Leader to Preach in New Bedford
A key religious leader will be preaching at New Bedford's Union Baptist Church this Sunday, January 25, at 11 a.m.
Rev. Laura E. Everett, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Council of Churches, will speak as part of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity...

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