- Aug 4, 2021
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the nation into lockdown restrictions last spring, Father Michael Zimmerman, like many people, took advantage of the extra time to work on a project that otherwise wouldn’t fit into his schedule. The goal was to create a resource, or guide, for men discerning the priesthood.
The Satanic Temple has sued Boston after the city council declined to allow Satanists to deliver an invocation at the start of its meetings.
A weekly encounter with the homeless at the Jesuit-run Boston College High School hasn’t slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic. But their project to help the homeless continues to evolve as a result.
Boston police are investigating vandalism to a statue of the Virgin Mary outside a Catholic church in the city.
What began as the fulfillment of a personal goal became a life-changing endeavor when Father Michael Tobin entered the Boston Marathon as a charity runner this spring.
Marie Collins, who was a founding member of Pope Francis’s Commission for the Protection of Minors but resigned in early 2017, says his handling of a letter from a Chilean abuse survivor has “definitely undermined credibility, trust, and hope” in the pontiff.
Cardinal Bernard Law, who became the public symbol of the Church’s clerical sexual abuse scandals during his tenure in Boston, died on Dec. 20 at the age of 86.