Closures/Cancellations due to the Coronavirus
Initiative for Palliative Care and Advanced Care Planning
The Archdiocese of Boston has added a new link to their web page NEW COVID-19 RESOURCES with updated news and spiritual resources. They have added a very simple but important information gathering document, New COVID-19 Conversation Guide that you and your loved ones can use to make decisions about health care options.
Advance Care Planning Resources:
- Five Wishes
- Conversation Project
- Honoring Choices Massachusetts
- Catholic Health Care Proxy
- Webinar: If Not Now...When? Advance Care Planning Conversations That We All Need to Have
- Supportive Care Coalition
- Catholic Health Care Association
- United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
- Newly released online prayer book from the Vatican for assistance in dealing with COVID-19
Catholic Health COVID-19 Resources:
Please email Diane McCarthy at the Archdiocese of Boston at [email protected] with any questions or comments
COVID - 19 Information for Holy Family Parish:
Please click here for Father Hickey’s letter to parishioners.
All Masses and parish events, meetings, and Religious Education classes are suspended until further notice. The Cardinal has issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass during this time.
Celebrate Mass with us virtually here at Holy Family! Sunday Mass will be broadcast on local cable (Comcast Channel 15 and Verizon Channel 32 at regular Mass times). It will also be available on our Holy Family YouTube Channel and from our website on the home page. Father O'Driscoll is also offering Daily Mass for all parishioners. Links can be found on our website under Parish Life - Daily Mass with Father James O'Driscoll.
Our priests and the staff at Holy Family are here for you. The parish office can be reached at 781-878-0160. Please remember to mail in your weekly offertory. You can mail in your envelopes, set up online payments with your bank or donate directly with this link. We will keep you informed via the website as this situation evolves.
Know that you and our entire community continue to be in our prayers!