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PAGE 6 POST-GAZETTE, JULY 28, 2017 July 29, 1928 Revere Beach, 1955 Best Wishes rramia Ristorante 98 Salem Street North End Boston, MA 617-523-3112 CUCINA A LEGNA 93 Salem Street North End Boston, MA 617-723-6733 INCOME RESTRICTED RENTAL OPPORTUNITY THE BEVERLY 101 Beverly Street, Boston MA 02114 191 Income Restricted Units Maximum Income Limit Range Unit Minimum Income # of Units HH Size* from 110% to 165% Type Requirements* of area median income** 46 Studio 1-2 $64,540 $79,640 - $136,620 108 1 br 1-2 $69,145 $79,640 - $136,620 BEREA VEMENT BUFFET 17.95 '" 17 2O 2 br 3 br 2-4 3-6 $82,994 $95,902 $91,080 - $170,610 $102,410 - $198,000 *Household size and income requirements reflect the I person per bedroom preference. **Maximum income limits vary by household size. Studios starting at $1,940 * 1 Bedrooms starting at $2,063 2 Bedrooms starting at $2,473 * 3 Bedrooms starting at $2,853 Applications available for download at www.thebeverlvboston.com You may also request an application by sending your complete mailing name and address, including apartment number & zip code, to: BEVERLY STREET REQUESTS, 398 Columbus Avenue, Box 290, Boston, MA 02116-6008. Requests will be received through August 30th, 2017. Applications may be picked up in person at Lovejoy Wharf, 131 Beverly Street, Boston, MA 02114 at the following dates and times Monday - Friday July 17th -July 28th, 2017 9am-5pm, with late hours until 7pm Thursday July 20th, 2017 AND Thursday July 27th, 2017; weekend hours Saturday July 22nd AND Saturday July 29th, 2017 9am-12pm. Postmark deadline for completed applications to be included in the lottery is September 6th, 2017. Selection by lottery. Asset, Use & Occupancy Restrictions apply. Persons with disabilities requiring wheelchair accessible units have preference for 10 units. Persons with disabilities requiring sensory accessible units have preference for 4 units. Preference for households with at least one person per bedroom. To request reasonable accommodations, call Related Management at 617-663-8000. WWW.BOSTON POST( AZETTE.(,OM Equal Housing Opportunity Saint Teresa Jornet by Bennett Moiinari and Richard Molinari Teresa Jorne(!bars'~as borff i... on January 9, 1843, in a small town in Lleida, Spain, tO the farmers Francisco Jos6 Jornet and Antonieta IbaYs. In her childhood, she dem- 0nstrated a strong concern for the plight of the poor and she often took them to the home of her aunt Rosa to care for them. Teresa applied for admission to the Poor Clares near Burgos in 1868, but the anti-clerical laws at the time prevented her from embrac.ing the religious life and so she later became a member of the Secular Carmelites. Teresa's spiritual director, the Venerable Saturnino L6pez i Novoa, encouraged her to aid the elderly of the region who needed proper attention. In response, Teresa founded her own religious congregation, The Little Sisters of the Abandoned Elderly. In order to achieve this dream, Teresa opened the first house in 1872 in Barbastro with the help of her sister Maria. Teresa assumed a new religious name in honor of Saint Teresa of Avila when she was vested in the habit on January 27, 1873, which was also the offi- cial founding of the new order. Teresa was appointed as the order's first superior. They were totally dedicated to the care of the aged. Mother Teresa taught her Sisters to sacrifice their own personal comforts for that of the men and women they cared for. In addition to her intense commitment, Mother Teresa "was noted for her overwhelming sense of peace! The motherhouse opened in Valencia on May 8, 1873. Teresa was confirmed as the superior in 1875 and went on to make her perpetual profes- sion on December 8, 1877, the same year she was appointed as the superior general for the entire order. On June 14, 1876, the papal decree of praise for the order came from Pope Pius IX while Pope Leo XIII issued formal approval of the order on August 24, 1887. Teresa died from tuberculosis on August 26, 1897, in Liria, Spain. She had founded, by the time of her passing, more than fifty houses for her con- gregation. Beatified in 1958, she was canonized in 1974 by Pope Paul VI. In 2005, there was a total of 2527 religious in a total of 210 houses in coun- tries such as Puerto Rico and Mozambique. She is fittingly the patron saint of those rejected by re- ligious orders. Saint Teresa Jornet Ibars' Feast Day is cel- th ebrated onAugust 26 , : .... Happy Anniversary A CO-OPERATIVE BANK 419 Member FDIC Broadway, Everett, MA 02 www.everettbank.com 149 Member SIF FUNCTION FA CILITY 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 Tea Breads BUFFET LUNCHEON MENU Tossed Salad, Assorted Rolls with Butter Chicken, Ziti and Broccoli Alfredo Eggplant Pannigiana Italian Sausages, Onions and Potatoes Above price does not include a 15% Administration Fee and a 7% Mass State Tax. 280 BENNINGTON STREET, EAST BOSTON, MA Telephone: 617-567-4499 www.spinellis.com J