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Welcome

We are a joyfully Catholic community bringing the riches of our Anglican tradition of worship with us into the Church as envisioned by Pope Benedict XVI in his Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus. We are part of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, the structure established in the United States and Canada for Episcopalians, Anglicans, and other Protestants wishing to enter into communion with Rome. Our Pastor, Father Jürgen Liias – an Episcopal priest for 40 years – was ordained in the Catholic Church in April 2013. You do not have to have had any association with Anglicanism to attend our Masses; all are most welcome to share in our life and fellowship. Learn more about us on these pages, and then please join us as we worship in the Beauty of Holiness and the power of the Spirit!

News & Announcements

What’s Up Down Under? — Mons. Entwistle’s MUSINGS

Please click the link to view the latest edition of Monsignor Harry Entwistle's fortnightly letter to the Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross. Please remember to pray for Monsignor Entwistle and his flock!

Ordinariate Expats May Cycle of Prayer

Please follow the link above for the cycle of prayer for May 2016.

Looking for a good book or two? Look no further!

Our good friend Leila Lawler’s blog LIKE MOTHER LIKE DAUGHTER is always a good read — and today’s post is on “good reads” — how to decide which Catholic books might be…well, just that: "It's all a matter of trust, and why would I trust just any old book to be my spiritual reading? After all, this is my soul we are talking about!…Read tried-and-true books to discover what the Church teaches…It's just all too easy for a zealous author to allow error to creep into his work if he's not steeped in authentic and tested theology…be sure to read books that are either by saints or clearly base what they are saying on the words of saints and Scripture and the Church Fathers!…here is a short list of my favorites — books that are my real bosom friends — in foundational spiritual reading.” Highly recommended.

Armenian Genocide Commemoration at the Cathedral

The Archdiocese of Boston will hold its first commemoration of the Armenian Genocide at 4PM on April 23, 2016 at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. Cardinal O’Malley will host and preside at an ecumenical and inter-religious prayer service attended by many religious and civic dignitaries. The Cardinal’s announcement stated “Pope Francis made clear that the Church acknowledges the suffering of so many who lost their lives in witness to their faith and that, tragically, such witness continues through the persecution of Christians taking place throughout the world today. Building on our bond as Christians, the Archdiocese of Boston joins with our Armenian brothers and sisters to make this remembrance in common prayer to our Lord.” Many thanks to our good friend Deacon Michael Curren, of the Archdiocesan Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, for bringing this event to our attention.

Please click the link above to view the poster for this event.

Weekly Mass Propers

Order of Service for the Seventh Sunday of Easter (May 8)

Order of Service for the Feast of the Ascension, Thursday, May 5, 7:30 PM

Order of Service for the Sixth Sunday of Easter (May 1)

Order of Service for the Fifth Sunday of Easter (April 24)

Order of Service for the Fourth Sunday of Easter (April 17)