Pope says he’s resigning for the ‘good of the church’ ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page David L. Ryan/globe staff Father Kevin O’Leary gave ashes to Tatiana Agosto at Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Ash Wednesday. David L Ryan/Globe Staff Carya Johnson, a second grader at Cathedral Elementary School, received her ashes. John Tlumacki/globe staff Stefanie Bradley from Stoneham received her ashes at St. Anthony Shrine near Downtown Crossing. John Tlumacki /globe staff Myles Toole, 12, from Kingston, prayed after receiving ashes at St. Anthony Shrine. Darren Durlach/globe staff St. Peters Episcopal Church of Beverly offered commuters at the Beverly Depot station a chance to observe the tradition. Deacon Gay Cox gave ashes to Kathy Grattan of Beverly. Darren Durlach/globe staff Cox prayed with 16-year-old Alexander Berthind before he hopped on the commuter line at the Beverly Depot stop.