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St. Joseph’s to Host Mass for Veterans Nov. 9th

In conjunction with the upcoming celebration of Veterans’ Day, on Sunday, November 9th, at the 8am Mass, St. Joseph Parish, Medford will be honoring all veterans, and recognizing the tremendous contribution and the sacrifices they have made for the protection of our country. Accordingly, we invite the members of our local veterans’ organizations, and extend […]

City-wide Thanksgiving Service November 24th

Medford’s Interfaith Clergy Association asked cordially invites everyone to a city-wide Thanksgiving Service on Monday, November 24th at 7 PM at St Francis Church, 441 Fellsway West. All are welcome to join with in this interfaith service. Anyone with questions can contact event chair Anthony Jarek-Glidden, First Community United Methodist Church, at fcumc02155@yahoo.com or at […]

‘Tea with Mary Cassatt’ October 19th

This one-woman play provides a glimpse into the life of Mary Cassatt, famous for her paintings of mothers and babies. She was a Victorian woman who was the only American invited to exhibit with the French Impressionists. Written by and starring, Laura R. Duggan, this multimedia production will also include a question and answer session […]

St. Joseph’s Annual Parish Concert October 19th

The St. Joseph Parish Music Ministry invites you to join us on Sunday afternoon, October 19th, 2014, at 2PM in the upper church, for our St. Joseph Parish Annual Concert. Both our Adult and Youth Choirs and The Messengers (our young adult music group) will perform, accompanied by organ and instrumentalists, with vocal and instrumental […]

St. Joseph Music Ministry Seeking Members

If…you love to sing, or play an instrument, and…you’d like to meet others who do… Then…you should consider joining the St. Joseph Music Ministry. Both our Adult and Youth Choirs and The Messengers (our young adult group) offer a wide range of liturgical music experience for all, and welcome new members. The weekly re-“choir”-ments of […]

Grace Church to Host ‘Blessing of Bicycles’ June 15th

On Sunday June 15 at 11:30AM, following its 10:00AM service, Grace Episcopal Church, Medford, will be blessing bicycles and the new Grace Church bike rack. Biking is good for health and caring for the environment! Biking is one way for us to care for all of creation. We will bless bikes, tricycles, bike helmets, big […]

St. Joseph’s Choir Seeking Members

Have you ever thought of joining a choir but are not sure whether you are able to make the commitment? Then consider this: beginning on Sunday, June 29th, on a week-by-week basis, the music ministry at St. Joseph parish in Medford would like to invite anyone who is interested to come to the choir loft […]

Markey Meets Pope Francis, Vatican Leaders to Discuss Climate Change

Senator Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) met with Pope Francis and high-level Vatican leaders to discuss the importance to act on climate change and to encourage the Catholic Church to continue to use their moral authority to elevate the issue. At the Vatican yesterday, Senator Markey and five other legislators from around the world met with […]

Chasing Ice Screening at Grace Episcopal Church April 30th

Acclaimed photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his Extreme Ice Survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet. In Chasing Ice, Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers. His hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains […]

Grace Episcopal, St. Joe’s Bless Palms Together

For over 30 years Medford’s St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church and Grace Episcopal Church have joined together to bless palms on Palm Sunday. The Reverend Noah H. Evans, Rector of Grace Episcopal Church and Father Chip Hines, Pastor of St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Parish presided jointly in the Blessing of Palms, before each congregation returned […]