Pure in Heart America

Educating, inspiring and empowering young people by sharing the Gospel.
by Catholic.net Staff Writer | Source: Catholic.net

Pure In Heart is a Catholic young adult ministry (ages 18 – 35) grounded in prayer and committed to weekly prayer meetings with Mass, Adoration, Rosary and Fellowship. Dedicated to spreading Jesus’ teachings on the sanctity of life, the beauty of our sexuality, the joys of living chastely and discerning vocations faithfully, the ministry’s motto is “educating, inspiring and empowering young people.” Those who are called to spread Jesus’ teachings on the sanctity of life, the beauty of our sexuality, the joys of living chastely provide multi-media presentations to interested groups such as CCD classes and parish groups on these topics.

Pure In Heart began in Ireland, but has spread their messages and membership to other young people in countries like Germany, Great Britain, Hungry, Austria---as well as Haiti. They have shared this ministry with youth in Boston who now embrace it. This new chapter is called Pure In Heart America. Visit the US website at www.LifeandChastity.com  Please feel free to browse through the resources on this site and its links. We’re confident you will like what you see.  Check out the founding organization in Ireland: www.PureinHeart.net.  Founding members appeared on CatholicTV’s This is the Day program in October: Watch it at the following link. This is the Day Pure in Heart

Pure in Heart in the Boston Massachusetts area hosts a  weekly prayer group meeting every  Thursday evening at St. Columbkille Church, 321 Market Street, Brighton, MA 02135 under the spiritual guidance of Fr. Agustin Anda, along with occasional visiting priests. Most importantly, we appreciate you remembering this group in your prayers.



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