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)

Pastor's Blog

"that all may be one"

Sunday, June 02, 2019
Dear Parishioners These must have been interesting days in the lives of the early disciples of the Lord. They had barely recovered from the shock of the passion, crucifixion and death of Jesus when he appeared to the women at the tomb and to the disciples on the road to Emmaus. For forty days he had been with them, and suddenly, in fulfillment of his words to them he had ascended to  ...Read more

Easter and Our Faith in the Resurrection

Sunday, April 21, 2019
Dear Parishioners You seek Jesus of Nazareth who was crucified. He is risen, he is not here, behold the place where they laid him. As we celebrate this Easter Sunday, we relive the central act of our faith. With our mind’s eye we can picture the impact of the angel’s voice: He is not here, for he has risen as He said…" The Acts of the Apostles, the writings of ...Read more

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

Sunday, January 27, 2019
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

The Solemnity of Jesus Christ King of the Universe

Sunday, November 25, 2018
Dear Parishioners, Today the Church celebrates the solemnity of Jesus Christ King of the Universe. Traditionally this is the last Sunday of the liturgical year. To understand the meaning of this solemnity it is important to understand the term "king." We recall the scene of Jesus before Pilate who asks him: "are you the king of the Jews?" and Jesus responds "you say it." The idea of the r ...Read more

The Close of the Liturgical Year and St. Mark's Gospel of the Coming of the Son of Man

Sunday, November 18, 2018
Dear Parishioners, As we celebrate the Thirty Third Sunday of the liturgical year, we are reminded that the end of the year will soon be on us. Next week we will celebrate the Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe. This will be our segue into the season of Advent and the immediate preparation for the Feast of the Lord’s Birth on Christmas. This week we are given a pre ...Read more

Father's Day and The Parables of The Kingdom

Sunday, June 17, 2018
Dear Parishioners, Today we pause in the midst of our busy lives to honor our fathers and to thank God for their care, protection and love. Father’s Day traces its origin to Spokane Washington where the daughter of a widowed father, one of six children named Sonora Smart Dodd, first celebrated a day set aside for fathers at the YMCA on June 10, 1910. Her father, William Jackson Smar ...Read more

The Mystery and Reality of The Holy Trinity

Saturday, May 26, 2018
Dear Parishioners, With the celebration of Pentecost over, the Church returns to Ordinary time. During the past few weeks we have celebrated the resurrection of Christ from the dead on Easter Sunday, his ascension into heaven and his return to the Father and last Sunday we celebrated the day on which he sent the Holy Spirit upon the apostles, commanding them to go forth and spread the goo ...Read more

The Role of Liturgy In The Church

Sunday, April 15, 2018
Dear Parishioners, In 1961 Pope John XXII shocked the Catholic world when he announced that he would convene an Ecumenical Council. This would be the first such Council held since the First Vatican Council called by Pope Pius IX which closed on June 29, 1868. That Council was the first Council since the Council of Trent which was held three centuries earlier. This Council would be tru ...Read more