Impact Stories

Discover the impact of the Catholic community in Greater Boston and beyond.


Established in 1987 to serve as a resource center to the influx of new Irish Emigrants to the United States, the Irish Pastoral Centre (IPC) has been supporting the Boston Irish Community spiritually, socially, legally, and emotionally for nearly 40 years.
Community Servings nourishes both the body and the soul.
Launched in 2020 by Jehu and Deidra Leconte, Empowered and Dedicated to Edify the Nation (EDEN) is a non-profit organization that helps families experiencing homelessness access resources, skills training, and workshops to escape homelessness permanently.


Archbishop Williams High School (AWHS) has tapped into the key to joy by unlocking the important connections between senior citizens and young people.
Together through these unique faith experiences, young people learn to find their place within the Church and realize that their significance is carefully created as part of a divine plan.
Middle School Youth Program dishes up dignity and affirmation every week.


Working in small spaces with few resources is not unusual for Catholic school nurses. Tight budgets require out-of-the-box thinking and often result in tiny triage units where scraped knees, feverish foreheads, and sore throats all convalesce together in a pocket-sized space.
Practicing the use of feeling words is one of the ways that students at St. Mary of the Hills in Milton are learning to address and share their social and emotional needs.
Ursuline Academy’s Wellness Workshops Promote Health and Resilience in Young Women


Another day, another headline. The surge in mental health issues among all ages continues to climb in the United States. And when it comes to diagnosing and treating mental illness in adolescents, the challenge is one of the greatest in contemporary mental health practice.
CHF grant helps immigrant victims obtain asylum.
Pregnancy Care Center holds women’s hands and hearts through pregnancy and beyond.