Welcome to St. Paul Parish

Saint Paul Roman Catholic Church

Established in 1916, St. Paul's is a medium sized parish located in the Town of Wellesley, a suburb west of Boston.  The present population is made up of life-long residents combined with a growing number of young families, as well as representatives from local colleges and schools.


Regular Mass Schedule

 

Daily Mass: 9:00am Monday-Saturday Sacrament of Reconciliation: 3:00-3:45pm Saturdays
Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00pm  Eucharistic Adoration:  1:00-4:00pm Tuesdays

Sunday Masses: 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:00am
The Sunday 9:00am is our Family Mass. It is geared toward our young people, but all are welcome to attend.

Holy Days: See Upcoming Events 

Featured Events

 

Our St. John-St. Paul collaborative is blessed with two vibrant parishes, each with strong traditions of Christian service. One such tradition, the St. John Parish Lenten Gift, involved reaching out as a community to one particular place of suffering, amid so many in this world.  Now we begin a new tradition - a Collaborative Lenten Gift - as we reach out together to The Bakhita House, a safe haven in the Boston area for women who are victims of human trafficking. Our gift will allow each of us in the St. John-St. Paul community to share in easing the suffering and to answer Lent’s clarion call to love extravagantly.

Throughout Lent, in the bulletin and on the website, we will share this story with you, as we prepare for our collaborative-wide special collection for Bakhita House on April 1-2. Please visit our 2017 COLLABORATIVE LENTEN GIFT PAGE for more information.


News and Information

 

St. Patrick's Day Dinner

Many thanks to everyone who contributed to a fun evening of song, dance, food and fellowship... Read more

Why Catholic?

The Thursday evening group in St. Paul Parish Hall is open for anyone to come and participate any time. Read more

Best Lent Ever

Don’t give up chocolate this Lent! Best Lent Ever is a FREE, video-based email program from Dynamic Catholic featuring acclaimed speaker and bestselling author Matthew Kelly. Read more


Our Mission Statement
We are a community of faith bound together by liturgical worship.  The importance of worship at Mass is demonstrated by the active participation of our parishioners who strive for meaningful and moving Liturgical celebrations.  As a family in Christ, we give support to our members and an opportunity to grow spiritually and intellectually.

 


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Catholic Schools Information Confirmation Forms
   

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Lent and Easter 2017

Click here for complete information on liturgies, lectures, events, and programs during Lent and Holy Week.

DID YOU MISS A LECTURE? LISTEN (OR LISTEN AGAIN) ONLINE!  Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series Podcasts

Upcoming Events

Mar 29

The Light is on For You!

Wednesday, 6:30 PM

The Light is on For You!
Time: Wednesday, 6:30 PM
Location: St. Paul Church
  The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available every Wednesday in Lent, beginning March 8, at both St. John (Chapel) AND St. Paul (Confessional at the right of the altar).
Mar 30

Why Catholic? at St. Paul

Thursday, 7:00 PM

Why Catholic? at St. Paul
Time: Thursday, 7:00 PM
  The Thursday evening group in St. Paul Parish Hall is open for anyone to come and participate any time. Click for more info!
Apr 1

Five First Saturdays Devotion at St. Paul

Saturday, 8:40 AM

Five First Saturdays Devotion at St. Paul
Time: Saturday, 8:40 AM
Location: St. Paul Church
  Please join Mary Kay Heath to celebrate Five First Saturdays with the rosary at 8:40am and a 15 minute meditation after the 9:00am Mass.
Apr 2

Collaborative Lenten Gift Special Collection

All Day

Collaborative Lenten Gift Special Collection
Time: All Day
  This weekend is the Special Second Collection for our Collaborative Lenten Gift in support of Bakhita House - click for more info.
Apr 2

St. Paul Food Pantry Collection

All Day

St. Paul Food Pantry Collection
Time: All Day
Location: St. Paul Church
  We will be collecting canned fruit and laundry detergent for the Wellesley Food Pantry - click for more info!
Apr 3

Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series with Michael Meraw at St. John

Monday, 7:30 PM

Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series with Michael Meraw at St. John
Time: Monday, 7:30 PM
Location: St. John Powers Hall
  "How Music Leads Us through Lent to the Joy of Easter"
Apr 4

Eucharistic Adoration at St. Paul

Tuesday, 1:00 PM

Eucharistic Adoration at St. Paul
Time: Tuesday, 1:00 PM
Location: St. Paul Church
  Come and join us for a quiet hour with the Lord every Tuesday from 1:00-4:00pm at St. Paul Church.
Apr 5

The Light is on For You!

Wednesday, 6:30 PM

The Light is on For You!
Time: Wednesday, 6:30 PM
Location: St. Paul Church
  The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available every Wednesday in Lent, beginning March 8, at both St. John (Chapel) AND St. Paul (Confessional at the right of the altar).
Apr 6

Why Catholic? at St. Paul

Thursday, 7:00 PM

Why Catholic? at St. Paul
Time: Thursday, 7:00 PM
  The Thursday evening group in St. Paul Parish Hall is open for anyone to come and participate any time. Click for more info!
Apr 10

Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series with Fr. Jim Laughlin at St. Paul

Monday, 7:30 PM

Collaborative Lenten Lecture Series with Fr. Jim Laughlin at St. Paul
Time: Monday, 7:30 PM
Location: St. Paul Church
  "When All Seemed Lost: Waiting for the Third Day"

Have You Considered
Online Giving?

Growing numbers of parishioners are opting for the convenience of making their regular offertory gifts without having to write checks or worry about handling cash. To register or learn more about online giving click HERE.

Schedules

Eucharistic Minister

 Lector

Youth Lector

 Altar Server

Bulletin Items

Please submit items for the bulletin by Monday at 12pm (noon) to: bulletin@sjspwellesley.org.

Eucharistic Ministers
If you would like to bring the Eucharist to the sick and homebound, please contact Kay Kociuba at 781-235-1060 (St. Paul Parish) or at  pastoral.associate@stpaulwellesley.com 

 

 

 


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