The Pastoral Ministry Program provides outreach and support for immigrants who are home-bound, incarcerated, grieving, or in need of referrals for counseling. IPC staff supports and advocates for the rights of long-term prisoners and short-term detainees awaiting trial and deportation primarily due to circumstances surrounding their undocumented status. Prisoners and detainees are at high risk for depression and suicide, and clients receive personal visits, legal assistance, and compassionate counseling.

 

Program Coordinator: Fr. Dan Finn
​Email: DanFinn@IPCBoston.org 

Cell: (857) 265-5300 x12

Services available through the IPC Chaplain

•    Celebration of Baptisms and Weddings
•    Pre Marriage Preparation Courses*
•    Mass in times of illness or death as well as Memorial Masses
•    Home and hospital visits to the elderly and sick
•    Help in times of accident or illness.

 

*Please call the office to find out the schedule for the pre-marriage course as you must pre-register or check out the Archdiocesan website at http://www.bostoncatholic.org
 

ABOUT US

The Irish Pastoral Centre was founded in 1987 in response to a large increase in the number of Irish immigrants to the Greater Boston area. The IPC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is funded in part by the Irish government in addition to donations from the Irish/Irish American Community.

ADDRESS

617.265.5300

 

512 Gallivan Boulevard,
​Suite 201,
Dorchester, MA 02124

 

info@ipcboston.org

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