Weekend Masses will resume the weekend of May 30th and 31st. Masses are: Saturday 5/30 at 4PM, Sunday 5/31 at 7AM, 10AM & 5PM. Weekday Masses resume Wednesday 5/27 at 6:45 a.m. (Lower Church)
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Welcome Back but be cautious!!!

This weekend as we celebrate the Solemnity of Pentecost, we are able to gather for Mass.  

Like the first Pentecost, this weekend (May 30 and 31) is a new beginning

Although I am thrilled to gather to celebrate the Eucharist with a congregation, 

there is still within me a certain degree of fear, because I approach these thing with a 

great deal of caution.

"Fr. Should I come back to Mass this weekend?  Perhaps not."

I have suggested to family and friends to wait awhile. If you are over 65, have health

complications, are vulnerable in any way or take care of anyone who is vulnerable or

have been with someone suffering from COVID-19, for your safety and well-being and the

safety of others perhaps you should wait awhile?

Many scientists and epidemiologists suggest that gathering in numbers is still risky.

Initially the sense was that places of worship would not open for at least six weeks or more.

The early opening took all of us by surprise.

You are most welcome and I long to be together as a community of faith, but if you are concerned

about your safety and well-being, remember that there is no obligation to come to Mass and more than

that God loves you!

Fr. Jack

To give online, click on the button ( Get Started...online giving).  There are simple

instructions to follow to give online.  We are grateful to all

who are able to help during these difficult times.       

                                              Fr. Jack

 

(If you have trouble setting up online giving, please email Julie at

stgregorypaish@gmail.com and she will walk you through the process.)

 

 

 

 

We are a Roman Catholic Parish of the Archdiocese of Boston (Massachusetts).

We arean urban, multi-ethnic, socially, and culturally diverse faith community.

Deeply committed to Jesus Christ, we endeavor to become a unified community

of faith, worship, and service. We strive to be a warm, welcoming and caring

parish in which the gifts and talents of all, young and old, are recognized

and graciously used to nourish others.  Welcome to St. Gregory's!

 

                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

A Note from the Pastor

 Dear friends: For the time being the Governor has issued a “stay-at-home advisory”.  During this time feel free to drop by the lower Church to say a prayer, be alone with God and be embraced by God’s friendship and peace. 

Also, if you need a visit from a priest because of illness or need assistance of any kind, please call me on my cell phone –617-686-0290.

Together, with God’s help, we will make it through this challenging time.

Fr. Jack

617-686-0290 (Cell)

THE LOWER CHURCH IS OPEN DAILY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 6:30 A.M. TO NOON.

                                                                                                                                                                  

 



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YEAR OF THE EUCHARIST

Cardinal Seán O’Malley is declaring a Year of the Eucharist for the Archdiocese of Boston! The year has been postponed to begin now on the Feast of Corpus Christi 2020 and end on the Feast of Corpus Christi 2021.

Please  read the Cardinal's letter.  The letter may be found in "bulletin" above.   For more info, visit bostoncatholic.org/YearoftheEucharist.

  

                                             

 
 
 

 

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