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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 26, 2013 The Seventh Annual EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Holy Mass celebrated by Cardinal Scan O'Malley (center) and Fr. Antonio Nardoianni (right). (Photo by Rosario Despite the sad events of this year's Marathon, the Seventh Annual Eucharistic Congress of the Archdiocese of Boston took place in the North End this past week- end. Sponsored by the De- partment of Youth Ministries of the Archdiocese, the Con- gress was welcomed as a sign of hope following the Mara- thon tragedy; many attend- ing expressed the sentiment that the event could not have taken place at a more needed time. The schedule of the Con- gress had to be changed out of necessity, as a result of the Marathon tragedy; Friday's events were can- celled however, Saturday's schedule was allowed to take place. The Congress opened at Saint Leonard Church with Holy Mass at 5:00 pm celebrated by Cardinal Scan O'Malley; among the concelebrants was Fr. Anto- nio Nardoianni, Pastor of Saint Leonard Parish. The Scabin, Rss Photography) church was nearly filled to capacity with Congress at- tendees and residents of the North End. The Mass was followed by dinner at Saint John School with food generously donated by the restaurants of the North End. It was then over to Sacred Heart Church for music of Praise and Worship by John Niven and his group followed by keynote speaker Susan Conroy, who spoke of her 12 years working along- side Mother Theresa in Calcutta helping to minister to the poorest of the poor. After a period of medita- tion, a Eucharistic proces- sion took place through the streets of the North End to Saint Leonard Church where Benediction was held concluding the event. Eucharistic Congresses are described as gatherings of ecclesiastics and laymen for the purpose of celebrat- ing and glorifying the Holy (Continued on Page 14) f NEI00LI'S FUNCTI- FA CILT- BEREA VFMENT BUFI:ET$I4. 95 i Please accept sincere condolences, from the Spinelli's family and staff. During this difficult time, we would like to offer our facility at a specially reduced price, for you, your family and friends. SERVED UPON ARRIVAL Coffee, Mini Danish Pastries and ea Breads BUFFET LUNCHEON MENU Tossed Salad, Assorted Rolls with Butter Chicken, Ziti and Broccoli Alfredo Eggplant Paxmigiana Italian Sausages, Onions and Potatoes Above price does not include a 15% Administration Fee anda 7% Mass State Tax. 280 BENNINGTON STREET, EAST BOSTON, MA Telephone: 617-567-4499 j ...................  . . North Bennet Street School to Showcase Extraordinary Student and Alumni Work Exhibit Includes Over 60 Examples of Fine Furniture, Stringed Instruments and Hand-bound Books Crafted by the School's Students and Alumni Boston's acclaimed North Bennet Street School re- turns to the Financial Dis- trict in May with a two-week exhibition of unique and ex- traordinary objects made by artisans trained at the school. "Made by Hand: a celebra- tion of exceptional work from the North Bennet Street School" includes dozens of one-of-a-kind objects cre- ated by the school's students and alumni -- from elegant furniture and musical in- struments to exquisite jew- elry and ornate hand-bound books. The show is open to the public weekdays from Mon- day, May 13 th through Friday May 24 th, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, in the main lobby of Two International Place, a soaring office tower over- looking the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Admission is free. On Tuesday, May 14 th, a gala fundraising reception to celebrate the work and meet the makers will be held in the exhibition space. Tickets to the cocktails and hors d'oeuvres reception are now available with proceeds benefitting the school's scholarship fund. Tickets to the event may be purchased at https:/ / After graduating from the North Bennet Street School's jewelry making pro- gram in 2005, Ilah Cibis set to work crafting beautiful pieces like this charm neck- lace she named Splash. ae2013 or by calling 617- 227-0155, ext. 306. One of the country's old- est schools for traditional crafts training, North Bennet Street School has taught career-oriented trade skills since 1885. The nonprofit school is known internationally for excel- lence in teaching and for its role in promoting and preserving fine traditional craftsmanship. This corner cabinet and table were handcrafted by student Paul Whitehead as part of his training in cabinet and furniture making. It is made of black walnut, redwood burl and holly. The school provides full- time programs and work- shops in violin making and repair, bookbinding, cabinet and furniture mak- ing, carpentry, preservation carpentry, locksmithing and security technology, jewelry making and repair and piano technology. For more information on the exhibition, visit http:// www. nbss. edu/ s tudent-life / student-alumni-exhibit. ST. JOHN SCHOOL IN THENORTH END Revved Up for "Dare to Dream" Gala Evening Features Dinner, Dancing, Honoring North End Supporters Who Make a Difference and Live Auction and Great Raffles On Friday, April 26 th, St. John School in the North End will host their annual "Dare to Dream" Gala, be- ginning with a 6:00 pm reception at The Long Wharf Marriott in Boston. The evening features Kathy Kingston CAt, BAS, Profes- sional Auctioneer as master of ceremonies. "The gala is one of our most important events," said St. John's Principal Karen McLaughlin. "It is a great opportunity for fun, fellow- ship and fundraising. The proceeds go toward devel- oping the future of our school so the students can receive a quality Catho- lic education with the purchase of iPads, technol- ogy integration into the curriculum, a new Super Kids Reading Program for Grade 1 and 2, expansion of the Latin and Greek Roots program in Grades 1-8, North Bennet St. Middle School Partnership Tuition Assistance and Capital Improvements." The evening features a (Continued on Page 15) NOTICE OF INITIAL SITE INVESTIGATION AND TIER II CLASSIFICATION Massachusetts Department of Transportation Callahan Tunnel Vent Building #12 201 North Street, Boston, Massachusetts RTN 3-30778 A release of oil and/or hazardous materials has occurred at this location, which is a disposal site as defined by M.G.L.c. 21 E, 2 and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan, 310 CMR 40.0000. To evaluate the release, a Phase I Initial Site Investigation was performed pursuant to 310 CMR 40.0480. As a result of this investigation, the site has been classified as Tier II pursuant to 310 CMR 40.0500. On April 23, 2013, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation filed a Tier II Classification Submittal with the Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). To obtain more information on this disposal site, please contact Rick McCullough, Director of Environmental Engineering, District 6 with Massachusetts Department of Transportation-Highway Division, (857) 368-6171. The Tier II Classification Submittal and the disposal site file can be reviewed at MassDEP, Northeast Regional Office, 205B Lowell Street, Wilmington, Massachusetts 01887, (978) 694-3200. Additional public involvement opportunities are available under 310 CMR 40.1403(9) and 310 CMR 40.1404.