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of the
Holy Cross
Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Boston


Seán Cardinal O’MalleyReverend Kevin J. O'Leary

Welcome to the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, a spiritual home for millions of Catholics in New England. Scroll down and explore the many beautiful ways God works in our community and visit us in the South End!

We glorify God by being peace makers, by being people of reconciliation and mercy. We all have opportunities to be peace makers in a world where there are so many divisions, so many tensions, so many conflicting interests. As we journey together with Christians around the world, Jesus invites you and me to become a seeker and become the best version of ourselves. May God bless you!

Seán Cardinal O’Malley, OFM Cap. | Very Reverend Kevin J. O’Leary, Rector

St. Anthony's Relics
St. Anthony's Relics

» 6 October 2017 [click slide for details]

St. Anthony's Relics
The Cathedral of the Holy Cross
The Cathedral of the Holy Cross

» Documentary video created by Baker Liturgical Art, LLC

The Heart of St. Padre Pio
The Heart of St. Padre Pio

Click to see pictures of the historic visit

The Heart of St. Padre Pio
Important Announcement
Please note that the Upper Church is now closed for a yearlong renovation project.  All Masses, with the exception of the Extraordinary Form (Latin) Mass, will be celebrated in the Lower Church in Our Lady Chapel, beginning May 13th, 2017. Details may be found here.
Community Notes
The Cathedral Food Bank is open to all in need on Monday, Tuesday & Thursdays from 9.30 am until 2 pm. Located on Msgr. Reynolds Way on the lower level, please call +1 617 506 6600 for more information. Please bring photo ID.
The Parish Community needs volunteers to serve as greeters and Eucharistic ministers. This opportunity affords everyone the opportunity to serve, learn about our faith and helps to welcome those who come to reengage their life in the Church. Please call the Parish Office or email mcguirkt@rcab.org for more information.
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