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On Friday 25 March, during the Celebration of Penance at which he will preside at 17.00 in Saint Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The same act, on the same day, will be carried out in Fatima by His Eminence Cardinal Krajewski, Apostolic Almoner, as envoy of the Holy Father.

Statement by the Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, 3/15/2022

Available Times and Locations

Tuesday October 26, 2021 @ 10:30 am
Madonna Holy Rosary Church
118 Theresa St, Fitchburg MA
* Holy Rosary followed by Healing Mass & Service
* Optional catered luncheon in church hall
($25/person) (50 person limit)
Rose Giammalvo, coordinator
RSVP: (781) 391-1396 or contact@wqphradio.org

Wednesday October 27, 2021 @ 9:30 am
St Bernard Parish @ St Camillus Church
444 Mechanic St, Fitchburg MA
* Holy Rosary followed by Healing Mass & Service
* Optional catered luncheon ($30/person) at
Slattery’s Restaurant 106 Lunenburg St Fitchburg
Roland Vallee, coordinator
RSVP: (781) 391-1396 or contact@wqphradio.org

Wednesday October 27, 2021 @ 6:30 pm
St Joseph Church (upper)
114 High St, Medford, MA
Holy Rosary followed by Healing Mass & Service
Celebrant: Fr Leonard
Con-celebrant: Fr Peter Shen, Parochial Vicar
RSVP: (781) 391-1396 or contact@wqphradio.org

Thursday October 28, 2021 @ 1:30 pm
St Raphael Church
512 High St, Medford, MA
* Holy Rosary in courtyard
* Healing Mass & Services to follow
Paula Murphy, coordinator
RSVP: (781) 391-1396 or contact@wqphradio.org

Upcoming Interview with Catholic Biologist Pamela Acker, M.S.

WQPH will be airing an in depth interview with devout Catholic author and biologist Pamela Acker. Below is a link to her book, Vaccination: A Catholic Perspective. Stay tuned! https://www.kolbecenter.org/product/vaccination-a-catholic-perspective/

Spiritual Collaborative Continues Nursing Home Visits In Medford

On Saturday, August 1st, the Medford Catholic Collaborative, a joint effort of groups, Legion of Mary, Prayers For Life, and parishioners of St. Joseph’s in Medford, visited the Glenridge nursing home. It was the groups’ third visit to long-term care facilities in Medford, marking the completion of their stated goal of visiting all such facilities […]

Prayers and patriotism visit Medford nursing homes

On Sunday, July 19th, members of Legion of Mary and Prayers For Life visited residents of Medford Rehabilitation and Nursing Center to give out red roses, Sacramental medals, American flags, and to say prayers together. This is the second nursing home visit organized by the groups, and a third visit is planned to cover all […]

A Rosary Procession to Medford City Hall

On Sunday, July 12th, in the sweltering heat, the spiritual activist group “Prayers For Life” led a Rosary procession down High Street to Medford’s City Hall. Once at City Hall, the group was joined by Fr Henry, who gave a “strong” blessing for the spiritual well-being of the city and the nation. Participants carried signs, […]

Fr Maurice: the fruit of the few

Have you ever thought that these four soil are four aspects of your own life? If you look at the Lord’s explanation of the soil, it becomes possible to personalize the four soils.

'Prayers For Life' group gathers outside nursing home to pray for residents and staff

Members of the Prayers For Life apostolate gathered on Corpus Christi Sunday, June 14th, in the parking outside of the outside of the Courtyard Nursing Home with images of Our Lady of America and the Divine Mercy to pray the Rosary as part of an effort to lift the spirits of those staying at nursing […]

Amid protests, Legion of Mary prays for healing of nation

Members of the Legion of Mary, a group of Marian devotees, stationed themselves near the entrance of Hornell Stadium in Medford MA, where the protests were held on Friday, June 5th, 2020, to pray for the spiritual healing of America. On Thursday, members of the group sprinkled Exorcised Salt around some areas of the stadium, […]

Grace is available to you on Divine Mercy Sunday

For many Catholics, these Sacraments are not presently available. However, what better tribute would it be to pay to God’s Mercy than to trust that Jesus is not hindered by any circumstance from visiting a soul who appeals to His Mercy?

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