Deacon Tom Olson

04-24-2016Pastor's LetterRev. Richard Fitzgerald

In four short weeks, on Saturday, May 21 at 9:00 am Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Deacon Tom Olson along with eight other men will be ordained to the Priesthood of Jesus Christ by Cardinal Sean O'Malley. As you know, Tom has been assigned to Saint Columbkille Parish as a seminarian, initially in formation to be a Jesuit Priest, but for the past two years to be ordained a Priest for the Archdiocese of Boston. Here at Saint Columkille's we have been on Tom's vocational journey as he has grown in wisdom and Spirit. His ordination is a celebration of faith and perseverance for himself, his family, and also for the parish.

READ MORE

2016 Catholic Appeal is underway

04-17-2016Pastor's LetterRev. Richard Fitzgerald

The 2016 Catholic Appeal campaign is off to a wonderful start! We have $36,036.00 already pledged. This is 89% toward our goal of $40,515.00. The early outpouring of support from so many helps sustain the important ministries that make Saint Columbkille Parish a vibrant place of worship. If you have yet to give, please pick up a pledge form at the back of the church or visit bostoncatholicappeal.org. Thank you for your prayers and support.

The Easter Collection for the Clergy Health and Retirement Trust

04-03-2016Pastor's LetterRev. Richard Fitzgerald

This collection supported the health and well-being of our 614 active and senior diocesan priests. Thanks to your generosity, our parish raised $11,425.00 in support of all our priests who faithfully serve our Catholic family in the Archdiocese of Boston. Our parish contribution will have a significantimpact on the quality of life programs we are able toprovide for our priests. If you were out of town thispast weekend, or did not have the opportunity to participate, you are welcome to make a gift online atclergyfunds.org or simply text PRIEST to 56512(msg. & data rates may apply). On behalf of all ourpriests, thank you for your generous support of theClergy Health and Retirement Trust.