Collaborative Mass Schedules: DAILY MASS: Mon, Wed, Fri. 7:00am at St. Anthony, Cohasset; Tue, Thur. 9:00am at St. Mary of the Assumption, Hull.
WEEKEND MASS: You must register ahead for weekend Masses to help control attendance (through November 15th) by clicking a link below:
Saturday 4:00pm Hull Saturday 5:30pm Cohasset Sunday 7:00am Hull Sunday 8:30am Cohasset Sunday 10:00am Hull Sunday 11:30am Cohasset Sunday 6:00pm Cohasset
If someone who would like to come to Mass, but does not have a computer, smart phone, internet access or technical ability, they can call to make a reservation (Hull: 781-925-0680, ext. 13 or Cohasset: 781-383-0219, ext. 15 ).
Outdoor Stations of the Cross at St. Anthony's Prayer Path - Now Complete and Open
St. Anthony's prayer path featuring the stations of the cross is now fully completed and open for visitors. The project is the culmination of the efforts of a small group of volunteers from the men's " lifeboat group " that meets at St. Anthony's parish hall Thursdays from 630-730 pm(all are welcome). The group is an AA recovery group that has been meeting at St. Anthony's for nearly 30 yrs., assisting men of all walks of life with their struggles stemming from alcohol addiction/substance abuse.
During that span of that nearly 30 yrs. many members of the group had embarked on spiritual retreat weekends con-ducted at the Sacred Heart novitiate in Wareham , Ma on buzzard's bay. Sadly, the center closed its doors over a year ago and the property was sold to the Audubon society. Many of the novitiate's relics and statuaries that were located on the property and grounds were assimilated into various regional diocese properties.
Some in the lifeboat group expressed interest in the outdoor stations and inquired on their status with the administrator Sister Claire. Claire stated that they were not claimed and that the group was welcome to them. Thus began the process over one year ago of removing the stations from Ware-ham, restoring them and relocating them on the sacred grounds of St. Anthony's parish. The creation of a wood-land prayer pathway was also undertaken and carved through the vast overgrowth on the site of what was the original white, wood framed St. Antony's church . The entrance is marked by a wood carved cross at left rear corner of the parish hall.
We would like to extend a special thanks to our local business partners who generously donated their time and re-sources to help with the project's completion: Kevin Dooley & Glenn Davis of Sunbelt rentals, Bill Cavanaro of Cohasset Collision, Paul Gratta of Hub construction, Kevin Gill of Mc Cusker-Gill inc, Daryl Rappaport of Bartlett Tree service, David Burke of Millennium Printing and DJ John-sen of Johnsen Metal-works of Weymouth. Many thanks also to the volunteers from the men's lifeboat group, Fr. Scott and St. Anthony's parish. Without the support of all of you the project could not have been completed. Please visit the pathway and offer up your prayers in this peaceful natural environment.