Seasons of Hope is open to all those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. With the help of scripture, prayer, reflection and small group discussion, we give voice to our unique journeys of grief, and find healing, comfort and spiritual growth. Seasons of Hope is centered on Jesus Christ
We are now celebrating the 5th anniversary of the Encyclical Letter, Laudato Si’: Care of our Common Home. What could be more fitting than starting a dialogue on how to create our own version of a “common home” here in Wellesley? As Pope Francis stated before a Joint Session of
Our Christmas music and flowers are given in loving memory of your loved ones who are being remembered during our Masses this Christmas Season.
Please join us this weekend for our Mass for the Baptism of the Lord, celebrated by Fr. Jim and recorded at St. Paul Church, by clicking the video above. You can also watch the Mass on our Vimeo page. This Mass, and all our previously recorded Masses and Liturgies, are available
The beginning of the Prayer of St. Francis is familiar to most of us: “Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.” And it is peace we need in our nation today, united by the common good of our people. The violence witnessed in our nation’s capital yesterday serves only to inflame our divisions and pit citizen against citizen at a time we need to be united. We reject all forms of violence including the acts of those who stormed our Capitol…
THANK YOU to our wonderful parishioners who gave so generously to the 2020 Giving Tree Program! Despite the pandemic, we collected hundreds of gift cards and gifts which will ensure many families will have food and gifts they otherwise might not have received. Truly this is the spirit of Christmas!
Dear Christmas Wish Sponsors and Donors, 2020 has certainly been a year to remember. The families that we support through our Christmas Wish outreach program needed our help more than ever this year. Many of the children in our program would not see a gift under the tree were it
Human beings, while capable of the worst, are also capable of rising above themselves, choosing again what is good, and making a new start. (LS #205) It’s that time of year again… time to make a new start, time for New Year’s resolutions. How will you change your behavior this
The Mass from St. Paul Church will be available via live stream here on our website (and on our Vimeo and YouTube channels) beginning at 9:00am Friday morning. To access, click the Watch Our Livestream link. (It will also be available to watch “on demand” after 10:00am.) Reminder: The obligation
The unborn child is a human life that must be protected. That precious child has no voice to protect itself from the evils of abortion. The Catholic Church recognizes that it has a primary moral responsibility to speak for the most vulnerable among us – the unborn. That responsibility is