The Archdiocese of Boston has issued a brief statement extending the life of Holy Trinity Parish in Boston indefinitely, according to RC at Catholic Light. The parish was supposed to close December 15, but now “the Archdiocese intends to pursue further communications with parishoners and representatives of the tenant agencies concerning future plans.”
Holy Trinity is the home of the only authorized Tridentine Mass community in Boston (as far as I’m aware.)
Is it coincidence that The Remnant newspaper ran an article on the closing of Holy Trinity this week? Probably. But it’s good timing.
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