Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Where do you like to buy your fish on Fridays?
It's only Wednesday but we're already thinking about dinner on Friday. Fish on Fridays is a staple for many people during Lent* (and beyond). In your opinion, who has the best fish fry/bake in Medfield? Tell us in the comment section below. And, if you prefer a different non-meat dish, we'd love to hear about that, too! *For more rules on Lent, click here.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Pope Benedict XVI will resign on Feb. 28 because of age and health issues. A new pope will be elected before Easter Sunday.
Pope Benedict XVI shocked Roman Catholics today by saying that he would resign on Feb. 28, becoming the first pope to do so in six centuries, reports the New York Times. Vatican officials said the pope would continue to carry out his duties until Feb. 28 at 8 p.m., and that a successor would probably be elected by Easter (March 31). Pope Benedict XVI, 85, was elected pope in 2005 at the age of 78. The pope's tenure was plagued with "Vatileaks" and the sexual abuse scandal. The Huffington Post reports the top seven scandals that troubled the Pontiff were: TELL US... Tell us in the comment section below.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Diocese says that, in the event that roads are not clear for travel on Sunday, the faithful are reminded that the obligation to attend Sunday Mass does not apply when there is grave difficulty in fulfilling this obligation.
On Friday, Feb. 8, the Archidocese of Boston has issued the following press release regarding the blizzard and the Catholic Sunday Mass Obligation. The Catholic faithful are reminded to exercise prudence this weekend as they seek to fulfill their Sunday Mass obligation. Weather forecasts predict a significant amount of snowfall on Friday and Saturday, and Archdiocesan officials have already been in contact with parish staffs about the steps that can be taken to prevent building damage and accidents during the storm. The Office of Divine Worship urges all Catholics to heed the travel advisories of their cities and towns, and to stay off the roads during the peak hours of the storm and plow operation. The faithful are encouraged to use …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Here's is some good information to start your day in Medfield.
1. Lost cat. Have you seen Boo Boo? She was last seen in the North Street area. She has white fur, blue eyes, no collar. 2. Beware: Today you could be "ghosted" or "boo-ed" for Halloween. 3. The deadline for pre-registration for this year's Angel Run is Nov. 2. 4. Did you catch Uniquely Medfield on Friday regarding St. Edwards Church? Find out who the "Green Girls" were, and when town meeting voted to allow Catholics to be buried in Vine Lake Cemetery. 5. Government Meetings: