- Blessed Sacrament Zoning Hearing (April 5)
- Blessed Sacrament Project Notification Form
- Blessed Sacrament project review begins July 26
- Landmarks directs JPNDC to keep the Rectory
- Action Alert: Blessed Sacrament Advisory Review, part 2
- Alternative Site Plans: Four more from JPNDC
- Alternative Site Plans: Neighbors propose adaptive reuse
- Lost Buildings of Blessed Sacrament
- Alternative Site Plans: MIT?s ?Church Plaza? concept
- Action Alert: Another JPNDC Blessed Sacrament Development Meeting (Feb 2)
1984 Survey Report - Blessed Sacrament Landmark District Recommendation & Inventory Sheets (2.1MB)
The Blessed Sacrament Church Campus qualifies for designation as a "distinguished complex of church buildings dating from 1894-1926." The church itself contains stained glass, murals, and woodwork by important 19th-century artists.
Boston Landmark Petition status
A petition for Boston Landmark designation of the Blessed Sacrament Campus district was accepted by the Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) on February 24, 2005. The proposed district includes all of the buildings on the property, including the two schools, the Convent, the Church, the Rectory, and the garages. The petition is now referenced by the BLC as #214.05.
This district is made up of five primary buildings:
Buildings that are no longer standing are described on the Lost Buildings of Blessed Sacrament page.
- National Trust for Historic Preservation, America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places List 2005
- PreservatiON MASS, 2004 Ten Most Endangered List
- Boston Landmarks Commission
- Historic Boston, Steeples Project
- Interactive map at the Boston Atlas
Google Map of Blessed Sacrament Landmark District