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Invitation à une messe du 1er janvier, date de l'Indépendance d'Haïti

Publié par Elsie HAAS sur 29 Décembre 2007, 10:10am

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Hi All,


Please join us as Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley delivers his homily during the “Annual Haiti Independence Day” mass on January 1, 2008 at 12:00 at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, located at 1400 Washington Street, Boston, MA  02118-2141.  If you have any questions, please contact 617-542-5682 (Cathedral).


To get to the Cathedral . . .


SILVER LINE (BUS RAPID TRANSIT): Board From Dudley Station or NEMC (orange line stations) or outside Boylston St. Station (Green line) on the Boston Common along Tremont St. The Silver Line passes in front of the Cathedral. Stop at the Union Park Street station, just before the Cathedral heading outbound and just after the Cathedral heading inbound.

BY TAXI: A five minute ride from anywhere in the Back Bay or Downtown. Tell driver you are looking for 1400 Washington Street at the corner of Union Park St. and Washington St.
From route 93 N take Exit #18 to
Mass Ave, and then to turn right onto Albany Street, then left onto Malden Street.

Take Route 93S to the Mass Ave. Exit. Take the exit. You will turn right at one traffic light as part of the exit ramp. Continue to the next intersection and bear right onto Mass Ave. Go to the second set of lights after you get onto Mass Ave. Boston Medical Center will be on your right. That is Harrison Ave. Take that right. Go straight to Malden Street. The Rear of the Cathedral will be to your left. Parking will be on your right on the other side of Malden Street from fire station.

Take Mass Pike to the Copley Square exit located under the Prudential Tower. Take that exit and bear right. Turn right at the first lights you encounter above ground. That is Dartmouth Street. Go straight six blocks to the Cathedral.

BY FOOT FROM COPLEY SQUARE/PLACE HOTELS: Walk Straight Down Dartmouth Street (Runs between Neiman Marcus on your right and Back Bay/South End T station on your left.) That street turns into W. Dedham (a/k/a Paseo Borinquen) after you cross Tremont St. You will walk right to the Cathedral.


Riché C. Zamor, MS, MPH, PhD

Community Service Center Director

Catholic Charities - HMSC

The Yawkey Center

185 Columbia Road

Dorchester, MA  02121


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