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Michael Broderick

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St. Patrick Parish

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St. Patrick Parish

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Our Lady of the Lake Parish


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Bishop McManus announces clergy transfers - The Catholic Free PressThe Catholic Free Press

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Succeeding him is Father C. Michael Broderick, pastor of St. Patrick Parish in Rutland.
Father C. Michael Broderick Father C. Michael Broderick, pastor of St. Patrick Parish in Rutland, was named pastor of Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Leominster, effective July 1, 2017. He was born in Worcester on Sept. 14, 1953, the son of Thomas F. and Dolores T. (McQuaid) Broderick. A graduate of St. Peter High School, he earned his


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Father Michael Broderick, pastor of St. Patrick Parish in Rutland, is.
As part of a recent talk he gave at Mary Queen of the Rosary Parish, he delighted the crowd by sharing an anecdote about a young child named Jake. When he asked Jake, during a Mass, how a rabbit became the Easter Bunny, the child came to the conclusion that the bunny saw Jesus, and "his DNA changed. Father Broderick added, "We all become different when we encounter Jesus." Throughout the April 27 presentation, which was sponsored by Mary Queen of the Rosary's Spiritual Life Committee ministry, Father Broderick spoke of how encountering Jesus through his mercy changes us. After leading the crowd of 50-60 attendees in the "Prayer for Mercy," Father Broderick recommended that people read the Pope's book, "The Name of God is Mercy. "When you have a friend that's suffering and you go take care of them, you're in solidarity with them," said Father Broderick. "You're not walking into the house saying 'I'm here to take care of you. Aren't I nice?'" He added, "What you're doing is you're walking in and entering into their pain and life." While he encouraged everyone to be humble, just as Jesus humbled himself to save us, he later spoke about his own humbling experience of gathering, on Ash Wednesday, at St. Peter's Basilica with about 800 priests from around the world who had also applied and been chosen to be missionaries of mercy. He recalled that as Pope Francis instructed them (with translations being transmitted into their headphones) on how to be missionaries, he felt like he was part of Pentecost. He shared that he was astonished when the Pope referred to them as his "brother priests. "You may have some private devotion, but that faith is always in action out in the world," said Father Broderick. In fact, while Father Broderick was speaking, she and the head of the church's food pantry left their seats to help a person who was in need and had come to the church on a day when the pantry was closed. They happily helped the woman by giving her the information she needed and by sharing with her a large assortment of the committee's refreshments. Mrs. Lamoureaux, who enjoyed Father Broderick's exploration of the official Holy Year of Mercy artwork and the fresh perspective he offered, said, "Being a Spiritual Life Committee member, I feel we have to feed the body and the soul." Yolanda Moore, who originally suggested to Mrs. Lamoureaux that Father Broderick give the talk, was happy the presentation was so well received.


Featured Article #4 Archives - Page 2 of 10 - The Catholic Free PressThe Catholic Free Press

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Father Michael Broderick, pastor of St. Patrick Parish in Rutland, is.
As part of a recent talk he gave at Mary Queen of the Rosary Parish, he delighted the crowd by sharing an anecdote [...]


St. Mary's 19Jun05 Bulletin

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Fr. Michael Broderick came with me in 1992 and stayed one year before becoming pastor of St. Patrick's in Whitinsville.


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Our new pastor, Father Michael Broderick, will be celebrating his first Masses at Our Lady of the Lake during the weekend of July 1st & 2nd.
I am happy to announce that Father Michael Broderick is the new Pastor of Our Lady of the Lake, effective June 30th. Learn More About Father Broderick


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