Saint Anthony: SUNDAY MASS: Sat. 5:30pm, Sun. 8:30am, 11:30am & 6:00pm (Sept.-May)  |  DAILY MASS: Mon, Wed, Fri. 7:00am (9:00am if a holiday)  |  ADDRESS: 10 Summer Street, Cohasset, MA 02025 
Saint Mary of the Assumption: SUNDAY MASS: Sat. 4:00pm, Sunday 7:00am, 10:00am & 6:00pm (June-August)  |  DAILY MASS: Tue, Thur. 9:00am  |  ADDRESS:  208 Samoset Avenue, Hull, MA 02045 MA

Weekday Masses at Other Area Churches (as of July 1, 2019)

“Christians must lean on the Cross of Christ just as travelers lean on a staff when they begin a long journey.” ~ St. Anthony

"We are formed by environment and grace, by politics and prayer, by church and conscience. All God's creatures conspire to teach us as well. We stumble. We stutter. We rise. We are lifted." ~ St. Anthony

A celebration of Faith. A New Beginning. Welcome Fr. Euvrard to our new Christ by the Sea Collaborative.

  • Lenten Soup & Stations
    (click document below for details)

    Lent-2020-Soup-And-Stations

    Coffee After 8:30 Sunday Mass
    Cancelled Until Further Notice
    Due To Coronavirus Concerns

    Video for the 2020 Catholic Appeal

    (click the image below)





    POSSIBILITY OF WEEKDAY 
    MASS CANCELLATION
    (WINTER 2020)
    Daily Mass will be cancelled if school is closed in either town, Cohasset or Hull, due to inclement weather. For example, if it is a Tuesday and Daily Mass is at St. Mary’s and school is cancelled in Cohasset, but not Hull, Daily Mass will be cancelled.

    CHRIST BY THE SEA
    COLLABORATIVE 
    WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE

    ST ANTHONY           ST MARY
    Saturday                  Saturday 
      5:30pm                     4:00pm 

    Sunday                      Sunday
       8:30am                      7:00am 
     11:30am                    10:00am
      6:00pm (Sept-May)                                   


  • About Saint Anthony of Padua

    Anthony was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1195 and from an early age wished to become a missionary. He joined the Franciscan order in 1220 and was sent to Morocco, but ill health forced his return to Europe. In order to attend a general chapter of the Franciscans, he visited Assisi in 1221, when Francis was still alive. He then taught theology in Italy and travelled throughout France, and later Italy again, preaching (he was the foremost preacher in his day) and furthering the work of his order. 

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