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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.

 

Important News and Events

     This week in our Why Catholic small groups, we discussed the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation.  We explored the Gospel of the Prodigal son and felt the joy and love of the Father as he welcomed back his wayward son.  In the sacrament of Penance, we too can recognize our sinfulness and follow the road that leads us back to His grace and mercy.There is still time if you would like to join a Why Catholic group At St. Paul Parish.  Come and learn about the Sacraments and meet fellow parishioners!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Friends,

Following tonight’s 5pm Youth Mass we will bless the new room set aside in the Parish Hall for our Youth Ministry. We’re grateful to everyone who helped with cleaning and preparing the area, to those who lent a hand with repair and improvements, and to those who donated furniture, board games and other items. We’ll run pictures of the new room in the bulletin. We hope you get a chance to see it.

Next Sunday, November 2 we have a special Mass of Remembrance at 11am. As we did last year, we have sent a letter to a family contact for each person who was buried from St. Paul’s during the year. Family members are welcome to bring a photo (framed 5” x 7” or smaller) of their deceased loved to be placed on the tables near the sanctuary. During Mass each name will be read and a candle lit. If you or someone you know lost a loved one who was buried from another church last year, you are welcome to participate in this liturgy. Please contact the office.

November is the Month of All Souls, the month in which we remember and pray for our deceased loved ones. A Book of Remembrance will be placed near the altar and all are welcome to record the names of their departed friends and family. They will be remembered at all our Masses.

This weekend we’ll take up our Grand Annual Collection. Thank you to all who have already contributed.

Yours in Christ,

 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.

 

 

 

 

Have you considered online giving?

Growing numbers of parishoners 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 on the icon below.

            

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other schedules

 Eucharistic Minister
 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

Holy Land Blog:
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