Cardinal Seán

Cardinal Seán

@CardinalSean

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The Cardinal-Archbishop of Boston

Boston
Joined on May 13, 2009
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The theme for this year’s Respect Life Month is “Live the Gospel of Life”. Let us recommit to see the image of God in the life of every human person from conception to natural death. @bostoncatholic #respectlifemonth

As we observe Respect Life Month, our thoughts and prayers turn to all those in pain from participation in an abortion. The Church’s Project Rachel ministry provides hope, healing and reconciliation. @bostoncatholic #respectlife

October is Respect Life Month. Special thanks to nurses & trilingual caseworkers at the Pregnancy Help ministry of our Pro Life Office who, despite COVID social distancing, continue to provide caring support for women experiencing difficult pregnancies.@bostoncatholic

Pope Francis calls for “A heart open to the world”. My statement on the Holy Father’s third encyclical “Fratelli tutti”. ⁦@bostoncatholic#Fratellitutti https://t.co/1tpE1x3Ld7

Thank you to our Celebration of the Priesthood chairs Karen & Mark Vachon and Carol & Mike Shaughnessy who helped raise much needed funds to benefit the health and well-being of active and senior priests in good standing. Learn more https://t.co/DK5E5Th8bH. @bostoncatholic

Thank you to Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr. for speaking at the 12th annual Celebration of the Priesthood virtual gala. We are blessed by his service to God & country & his admiration & support for our priests.@bostoncatholic https://t.co/ojZJJWElGF

Thank you to Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr. for speaking at the 12th annual Celebration of the Priesthood virtual gala. We are blessed by his service to God & country & his admiration & support for our priests.@bostoncatholic https://t.co/ojZJJWElGF

We had a great turnout at the 12th annual Celebration of the Priesthood virtual gala on Sept 29.  1,400+ people watched the live stream and on CatholicTV. Thousands are watching the program since. @bostoncatholic YouTube: https://t.co/iRVd9CVHaq Facebook: https://t.co/THa5OHpuiJ

We are committed to protecting human life in its most vulnerable condition. My statement opposing the ROE Act currently before the Massachusetts legislature. #ProLife @bostoncatholic https://t.co/VfUjNHenXR

Please join us next Tuesday, September 29 at 7pm for the 2020 Celebration of the Priesthood Virtual Gala. @bostoncatholic https://t.co/LELn5Iiv1q https://t.co/IRXpWxqNG9

L'Shanah Tovah! Happy New Year to our Jewish brothers and sisters! May this be a good and blessed year! #RoshHashanah

The tragedy of 9/11 endures in our memory, these 19 years later. We pray for the eternal souls lost that day and for their loved ones who continue to bear the burden of this particular cross. #NeverForget

Quoted @GlobeMetro

Photos: Students return to the classroom at Boston’s Catholic schools https://t.co/kl8KEOFwuJ

Grateful to our students, families, faculty members and school staff for the great collaboration and dedication in helping our Catholic schools reopen. Here are some wonderful photos at South Boston Catholic Academy. @bostoncatholic @CSOboston https://t.co/8jo6XEjc39

Catholic schools are worth saving. Proven results in serving children from low-income, working-class and middle-income families. And the impact our schools have on American society as a whole. ⁦@CSOboston#SaveCatholicSchools ⁦⁦ https://t.co/V0We0HhXj3

As we celebrate the gift of our nation’s freedom, we pray for peace across the world, healing what divides us at home and giving thanks to God for all the blessings in our lives. May we all safely enjoy a happy 4th of July. #4thofJuly @bostoncatholic

Honored to have been invited by Bishop Dickerson and clergy from African American churches to participate at today’s Father’s Day Prayer for Justice in Franklin Park. A beautiful afternoon for all the families and people who attended.  #HappyFathersDay2020 @bostoncatholic https://t.co/R1JYwYXSNS

Honored to have been invited by Bishop Dickerson and clergy from African American churches to participate at today’s Father’s Day Prayer for Justice in Franklin Park. A beautiful afternoon for all the families and people who attended. #HappyFathersDay2020 @bostoncatholic https://t.co/R1JYwYXSNS

The inauguration of the Year of the Eucharist in @bostoncatholic, Live from @BostonCathedral with @CardinalSean. Watch LIVE at 11:30 AM Eastern, https://t.co/2dNgEqd1BY https://t.co/t8r9CpcIiy

The inauguration of the Year of the Eucharist in @bostoncatholic, Live from @BostonCathedral with @CardinalSean. Watch LIVE at 11:30 AM Eastern, https://t.co/2dNgEqd1BY https://t.co/t8r9CpcIiy

The Eucharist gives us the strength to carry out our mission to transform the world, to work for justice, to serve the poor, to bring healing and reconciliation. #YearoftheEucharist @bostoncatholic https://t.co/Wxx3esDgpF

The Eucharist gives us the strength to carry out our mission to transform the world, to work for justice, to serve the poor, to bring healing and reconciliation. #YearoftheEucharist @bostoncatholic https://t.co/Wxx3esDgpF

We are so grateful to our priests who bring comfort to the sick and dying. No one should suffer alone. God reminds He is always with us. Thanks to ⁦⁦@elizabethjdias⁩ for this beautifully written story. ⁦@bostoncatholichttps://t.co/Rb5YaKCUoF

“George Floyd’s death makes clear that racist premises and attitudes, often implicit, are woven through basic structures—political, legal, economic, cultural and religious—in the United States.” My letter to the people of ⁦@bostoncatholichttps://t.co/clwQtrmrF0

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