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Saint Paul Roman Catholic Church

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Sunday Masses:
Saturday Evenings: 4:00 pm
Sunday Mornings: 7:30 am; 9:00 am; 11:00 am

The 9:00 am is our "Family Mass". It is geared toward our young people of the parish, but all are welcome to attend.

Weekday Masses:
Monday-Friday: 6:45 am; 9:00 am
Saturday: 9:00 am


Maps and Directions


Established in 1922, 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.  The parish facilities include the school, parish hall and rectory.


MISSION COOP, WEEKEND April 18-19,2015

Father Honore Kombo from the Democratic Republic of Congo will speak at all the Masses on the weekend of April 18-19 on behalf of his Diocese of Kikwit in the Congo. The Diocese of Kikwit has recently celebrated its Centenary of Evangelization. Building on milestones of over 100 years of Evangelization, they take on the challenges to continue the work of the Mission today. Father Kombo will give the missionary appeal in support to the pastoral work of 214 Diocesan Priests, to help equip 5 most important diocesan hospitals with medicines and other basic health supplies, and to give children from very poor families an opportunity for education. A second collection will be taken up for that purpose. Thank you for your generous response to his appeal for the Church’s Mission in the Congo. 

       Dear Parishioners,

One of the highlights of Easter is the reception of new members of the Church. At this year’s Easter Vigil Mass we welcomed Rod Nangle and Larry Lepard who have completed the process known as the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (R.C.I.A.). After much discernment, study and prayer they received the sacraments of Initiation in the Catholic Church. Please welcome them when you see them, extend your congratulations and remember our obligation to remember them in our prayers. We were delighted to have Deacon Paul Cloonan, who has led our R.C.I.A Program for many years, participating in the Rites. Larry’s daughter Alison took photos that display how beautifully the church was decorated, depict the Ceremony of Light, and of course highlight the sacraments. Our decorators, choir, altar servers, lectors, ushers and others all contributed to enhance our celebration of the Sacred Triduum and Easter. 

Yours in Our Risen Lord,

Father Rafferty



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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Other schedules

Eucharistic Minister


Youth Lector

 Altar Server

Bulletin Items:
Please submit items for the bulletin to the rectory by Tuesday at 12pm (noon) at bulletin@stpaulwellesley.com

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 stpaulassociate@verizon.net

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