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Holy Name, St. Theresa's, and More Schedules for Easter and Passover Weekend

Schedules for St. T's, St. John Chrysostom, St. George's and more... Happy Easter and Passover!

 

Wanting to know when or where you can attend services this weekend? Here are some of your local West Roxbury options.

Here is Saint Theresa of Avila Parish's Lent schedule. Stations of the Cross will be on Good Friday at noon.

From St. Theresa's website in regards to Good Friday's collection:

The Good Friday collection for the Holy Land, in the words of Pope Paul VI is “not only for the Holy Places but above all for those pastoral, charitable, educational, and social works which the Church supports in the Holy Land for the welfare of their Christian brethren and other local communities.”  We hope you will be as generous as your means allow.

From Parish's snazzy website, the Stations of the Cross will take place at noon on Good Friday. View the rest of Holy Name's Holy Week and Easter schedule here.

The following is from Holy Name's Revered George Carlson's April 1 Pastor's Column. For its entirety, click here.

Next week’s diocesan-wide Easter collection is for the 683 priests who have dedicated their lives to serving the Catholic faithful in the Archdiocese of Boston. Some of the beneficiaries of the Clergy Funds have served Holy Name Parish in the past. These retired priests are dependent upon our generosity for their wellbeing. These men have been present for us when we needed them. Now it is our turn to be present for them.

Here is St. John Chrysostom Parish's website with information being posted regularly about services and schedules. 

Check out the calendar of St. George Orthodox Church here.

Also, at , there will be a Shabbat Pesach (Passover) service from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday. For the full schedule of events at the temple click here

Feel free to add your religious organization's calendar to this article or directly into the West Roxbury Patch calendar.

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