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Saturday 4pm Hull      Saturday 5:30pm Cohasset      Sunday 7:00am Hull      Sunday 8:30am Cohasset      Sunday 10am Hull 

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 ).

Pastor's Blog


St. Luke's Gospel - Narrating How God’s Promises to Israel Had Been Fulfilled

Sunday, January 27, 2019 | By the Pastor
Dear Parishioners, We are all familiar with the opening words, the prologue, of St. John’s Gospel. "In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God." This week we are introduced to the beginning of the Gospel of St. Luke, and only the Gospel of Luke opens with a literary prologue that clearly sets forth Luke’s motive for writing the narrative. Luke ...Read more

A Wealth of Saints' Feasts and Martin Luther King Day

Sunday, January 20, 2019 | By the Pastor
Dear Parishioners, While we are entering the Second Week in Ordinary time. The days we celebrate this week are certainly far from being ordinary days. On Monday the nation pauses to celebrate the ninetieth birthday (January 21) of Martin Luther King. Boston holds a special place in the life of Doctor King who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in combating racial inequality ...Read more

The Baptism of Jesus

Sunday, January 13, 2019 | By the Pastor
Dear Parishioners, We celebrate this weekend the Baptism of Jesus. It might seem strange that Jesus, who was without sin, would need to be baptized since Baptism takes away all, but the little prayer book Magnificat gives us an explanation of the event. Jesus joins his people going out to John the Baptist in a gesture of repentance, not because there is sin in him but to make it possible  ...Read more

Feast of Epiphany

Sunday, January 06, 2019 | By the Pastor
Dear Parishioners, This week the Church celebrates the Feast of Epiphany. In Greek an epiphany designated a manifestation of a divinity, and later, important events in the life of a king. A feast on January 6th is first mentioned by Clement of Alexandria around the year 215 AD who said that the Baptism of Christ was celebrated on that day. There is evidence that the feast was celebrated i ...Read more