Traditional Solemn High Mass in Boston, May 28

[See comments for three upcoming special Corpus Christi Masses: One in New York City and two in southeastern Massachusetts]

In 1866, Blessed Pope Pius IX entrusted the Redemptorists with the miraculous image of Our Mother of Perpetual Help, with the mission: “Make her known throughout the world.”

Over the past 150 years, the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer have fulfilled that mission as is overwhelmingly confirmed by Boston’s most beautiful Church and only Basilica dedicated to Our Mother of Perpetual Help.

Located on Mission Hill, countless Mission Retreats have been conducted in the Basilica in the presence of a copy of the miraculous Icon. Many miraculous healings have also taken place before this same Icon.

Join us at the Basilica of Our Mother of Perpetual Help on Saturday, May 28th at 10:00 a.m. as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Pius IX’s commission with a Traditional Latin Solemn High Mass. It will be the first time in many years such a celebration took place.

Father Braulio Roger Pereira, C.SS.R. will be the Celebrant. All are encouraged to attend as perfect worship is offered in Boston’s premier shrine dedicated to our Blessed Mother. A Plenary Indulgence can be obtained because of the Jubilee year. To Jesus thru Mary.

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2 comments on “Traditional Solemn High Mass in Boston, May 28

  1. Event: Traditional Latin Mass and Procession in New York City

    Posted by Adfero. at 5/18/2016 @


  2. Solemn Masses of Corpus Christi in SE Massachusetts

    Posted Thursday, May 19, 2016


    The Catholic faithful in southeastern Massachusetts will have two opportunities of celebrating the Feast of Corpus Christi in the older, traditional Roman Rite. Solemn Mass will be offered at Good Shepherd Parish (St. Patrick’s Church) in Fall River on Thursday, May 26th (see above). On Sunday, May 29th, at St. Francis Xavier Parish in Hyannis, Solemn Mass for the External Solemnity of Corpus Christi will be offered at 1:00 p.m. Both Masses will be followed by a Eucharistic Procession.

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