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 ).

Pastor's Blog


Lent's Two Priorities: Repentance and Baptism

Sunday, February 23, 2020 | By the Pastor
Fr. Scott's Thoughts: Lent's Two Priorities: Repentance and Baptism As you read this, I am either preparing for, or amid, the return trip from my first-ever pilgrimage to Italy. What a blessing it has been that my sister Lynne, who has lived with her family in Madrid, Spain for over 25 years flew to Rome and joined me for the pilgrimage. The first part of the pilgrimage ...Read more

As Death Comes Close

Friday, November 01, 2019 | By the Pastor
As Death Comes Close: Approaching the moment of earthly death is an uncomfortable time for most of us. God gives us the Sacraments in our life so that we have a concrete real experience of God’s presence with us. The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is the Sacrament that God gives us to experience His comforting presence when we are seriously ill or approaching death. “Ap ...Read more

The Prodigal Son and Repentence

Friday, April 05, 2019 | By the Pastor
Dear Parishioners Last Sunday the story of the prodigal son taught us that authentic justice does not lie in equitable remuneration, but rather in mercifulness. Today’s Gospel repeats the same message, but in an even clearer way. Applying it to a specific incident. This is not simply an intellectual contest between Jesus and his opponents, it involves a living person. The story abou ...Read more

Laetare Sunday: From Rejoicing to Repenting and Reconciliation

Sunday, March 31, 2019 | By the Pastor
Dear Parishioners As we reach the mid point of Lent with this Fourth Sunday of Lent, we pause to celebrate what is known as Laetare Sunday. Laetare is the Latin word for "rejoice" and the opening words of the Entrance Antiphon today are "rejoice, Jerusalem, and all who love her, exult and be satisfied at her consoling breast." But the theme quickly changes from rejoicing to repenting and  ...Read more

Penance is Repentance

Sunday, March 24, 2019 | By the Pastor
Dear Parishioners, As we celebrate the Third Sunday of Lent, we begin to see the sequence of events in the gospel readings. On the first Sunday of Lent the temptations in the desert warned us about the confrontations we would have during Lent. Last week the transfiguration showed us the meaning and thrust of this confrontation. Today we have heard an urgent call to penance. "If you do not  ...Read more