A Father Leonard Mary Visit to Fitchburg, Medford and Boston Update!

Fr. Leonard Mary’s trip to Massachusetts sponsored by WQPH 89.3 Radio is coming closer and for those who didn’t hear about it before here are the details and a big change to the Boston by land and by sea event:

First the stuff that hasn’t changed

Note: To reserve a spot at any and all of these events call (781) 391-1396 or email wqph893@comcast.net

Tuesday October 26th

10:30 AM Holy Rosary Church 118 Thresa Street Fitchburg Mass.

  • Public Rosary followed by Healing Mass and Service
  • Optional Catered Luncheon in Church Hall $25 per person 50 person limit

NOTE: You do NOT have to buy a ticket to the luncheon to attend the Rosary, Mass and healing service

Wednesday October 27th

9:30 AM St. Bernard’s Parish & St. Camillus Church 333 Mechanic Street Fitchburg Mass.

  • Public Rosary followed by Healing Mass and Service
  • Optional Catered Luncheon at Slattery’s Restaurant 106 Lunenberg St. Fitchburg Mass $30 per person.

NOTE: You do NOT have to buy a ticket to the luncheon to attend the Rosary, Mass and healing service

6:30 PM St. Joseph’s Church (upper church) 114 High Street Medford Mass.

  • Public Rosary followed by Healing Mass and Service
  • Con Celebrated by Fr. Peter Shen Parochial Vicar

Thursday October 28th

1:30 PM St. Raphael’s Church 512 High Street Medford Mass

  • Public Rosary in the Courtyard
  • Healing Mass and Service in the Church Proper

All of the events above are unchanged from a week ago

There have been updates to the Saturday event(s) all changes will be indicated by Bold italics

Saturday October 30th

7:10-7:15 AM Bus Leaves Holy Rosary Parish 118 Theresa St. at 7:7:15 AM for Medford Mass.

8:30 AM St. Joseph church 114 High Street (lower church) Medford Mass

  • Mass celebrated by Fr Leonard Mary
  • After Mass proceed by Bus to the Waterfront Boston
  • Rosary in Boston followed by a choice of luncheon
    • BY LAND: Lunch at Massimino’s Restaurant 207 Endicott St. Boston $90 includes bus transportation
    • BY SEA: Boat Cruse on Boston Harbor with Luncheon & Fr. Leonard Blessing city $150 includes bus transportation (35% off previous price!)
  • Bus returns to Medford & Fitchburg

Note you do NOT have to buy a ticket if you wish to travel to Medford on your own to attend Fr. Leonard’s morning Mass.

To reserve a spot at any and all of these events call (781) 391-1396 or email wqph893@comcast.net

or email wqph893@comcast.net

I will be at the Fitchburg and Boston events. Hope to see you there.

Father Leonard Mary Revella of EWTN returns to Fitchburg & Medford MA Oct 26th-30th (plus Oct Indulgence Calendar)UPDATE price drop of Boat trip and Bus leaving from Fitchburg

Here’s some big news from WQPH 89.3 FM Fitchburg. Fr. Leonard Mary Revilla is coming to Massachusetts.

Here is the flyer as a PDF if you wish to join us

You’ll want to sign up for those events ASAP. I’ll be at the Fitchburg and tentatively at Boston events (by Land)

In all the excitement I forgot to post about the October Indulgence Calendars. They are available for Download here

The full calendar for October

The Blank Calendar

Feel free to use the blank calendar at your parish to make your own indulgence calendar.

UPDATE: Some good news for those who wanted to go on the Boston Land and Sea event.

The bus for the event will start in Fitchburg at the Madonna of the Holy Rosary Church. Be there for between 6:45 and 7 AM. From Fitchburg it will go to Medford for the 8:30 Mass at St. Joseph’s church. After mass the bus will head into Boston as planned. The land event will continue as planned for $90 in the North End, but the price of the sea portion has dropped from $240 down to only $150

So call now at 781-391-1496 to reserve your spot now!

Prayers for Priest Senical Procession & Interviews

On Wednesday I was invited to cover a small prayer event for the sake of Priests. Mary Ann Harold of WQPH explains.

The event consisted of a Marian Procession with prayer (which took place just before the interview)

followed by prayer intention (where I plugged indulgences more on that in a week or two btw)

and the praying of the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary. I recorded the 1st decade

Before things go started I shot a pair of interviews with attendees. The 1st was with a woman who talked about her conversion to the Catholic faith:

And the 2nd was with a gentleman named Manuel originally from the Azores whose upcoming book is titled: Memoirs of a Visionary

Between covid and my job I haven’t been able to do much of this kind of think in a bit. Hopefully that will change this year.