Serving Our Lady of the Airways Chapel at Boston Logan International Airport. Also serving the seaports of the Metro Boston area.
The College of Consultors is a required body in the diocese, presided over by the diocesan bishop, whose membership is constituted by not less than six nor more than twelve bishops and priests, appointed from among the membership of the Presbyteral Council for a period of five years. The functions of the College are dictated by a variety of canons of the Code and pertain primarily to matters of diocesan governance and administration.
The Archdiocese of Boston Finance Council is one of the three consultative councils of the Archdiocese, along with the Pastoral Council and the Presbyteral Council. It is a required canonical body, established by the Archbishop for the purpose of advising and assisting him in financial matters in accord with the norms of canon law.
A lay advisory group seeking to represent the parishes to the Archbishop of Boston, the Archdiocesan Pastoral Council is comprised of members appointed by Archbishop Seán P. O'Malley.
The Archdiocese of Boston Presbyteral Council is a body of priests who assist the archbishop in governing the archdiocese.
The Archdiocesan Archives exists to collect, preserve, and make available all records of significant value which pertain to the Catholic Church in Boston.
Background screening is a tool the Church uses to secure the safety of our children, youth, elderly and the disabled.
The Benefits Department for the Archdiocese of Boston oversees several benefit programs for lay staff of the Archdiocese and numerous other entities.
The Archdiocesan Office for Black Catholics responds to the needs of Black Catholics and the broader Black community of Boston.