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The Good Samaritan Ministry: This is a note of deep gratitude. We are living through a time of chaos and uncertainty. The anxiety of this crisis reaches into every corner of our world. No life is immune from the stress of the moment. The friends and families we serve through the Good Samaritan Ministry are especially vulnerable. Although we have needed to impose severe restrictions to protect the safety of our those we serve as well as our volunteers, Monica's Kitchen is open and we continue to offer groceries to those in need. We anticipate the problem of hunger to increase as many more of our neighbors experience a food emergency. We remain open because of. you. Because of your compassion and generosity our pantry is well-stocked and we are ready to meet the challenge of the moment. Although we are prohibited from gathering together in prayer and worship, please know that the good priests of South Boston will remember you and your special intentions in the liturgies they celebrate privately. Thank you, from all of us, your partners in ministry. 

Outreach and Evangelization:

Hopefully, before too much time elapses, we will resume our ministry of hospitality after the first Sunday of the month, 10:30 am (St. Monica's) Masses the third Sunday of the month following the 9 am (St. Vincent de Paul/St. Peter')  Mass, and after most 10:30 am (St. Peter Lithuanian) Masses & most 12:30 pm (St. Monica's) Masses!

Addiction Ministry:

Recently, to protect the most vulnerable, and help mitigate the spread of the Covid-19 virus, we suspended all AA meetings, Peace Gatherings, Kavutes, and other group activities from our parish halls. 

Adult Faith Formation:

Suspended as we attempt to mitigate the spread of the Corona virus. 

Lithuanian Bible Study:

Suspended as we attempt to mitigate the spread of the Corona virus. 

Hispanic Ministry:

The Hispanic Apostolate of St. Monica's parish welcomes you! 

Parish Pastoral and Finance Council Notes: Coming Soon!