The Greater Boston area has some of the country’s finest Christian higher education institutions. These colleges and universities have the best teaching force and the most highly-regarded academic offerings and reputations.
Here are 15 of the best Christian colleges and universities in Greater Boston that parents should consider for their children:
Whether it’s a Boston-based job or an employment opportunity located in a nearby city, what’s important is to make sure that you can freely practice your faith or be with coworkers and immediate superiors who are Christians like you.
Here are 15 of the best Christian jobs you should consider applying for in Boston and its suburbs:
The 2023 Catholic Appeal, which the Archdiocese of Boston holds annually, is eyed as a potential source to finance the various ministries of the archdiocese.
According to The Boston Pilot, Card. Sean O'Malley announced the launch of the Appeal on March 10. The Boston archbishop took the occasion to remind archdiocesan Catholics about the importance of their generosity.
The Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston played host to Massachusetts children's choirs and those from outside the state. The musical gathering happened on March 4 and was part of the New England Pueri Cantores Youth Choir Festival and Mass.
CBS News stated that Boston might have been established on the principle of religious freedom. Still, it was never intended to be a haven for anyone seeking to be free from any particular faith.
Here are the top Christian churches in Boston to help you reconnect with your inner peace:
More than 300 Boston catechumens who underwent the Rite of Election and Baptism are now preparing to receive their confirmation on Easter Sunday.
According to The Boston Pilot, Card. Sean O'Malley of the Archdiocese of Boston presided over the Rite of Election on Feb. 26 at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. During the event, more than 300 future Catholics took the initial steps toward entering the Catholic fold.
The North River Church in Pembroke hosted the memorial service that honored the legacy of Bill Shields, a legendary reporter with WBZ-TV.
According to a CBS Boston report, Shields died in February following his bout with cancer. He was 70, the news outlet disclosed.
Card. Sean O’Malley of the Archdiocese of Boston announced the weekend launch of the 2023 Catholic Appeal. With it, the annual fundraising initiative begins to support the archdiocese’s pipeline projects.