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This year’s R.C.I.A. will begin with an informational meeting on Monday, Oct. 5, at 7:30pm in St. Paul Rectory, 147 North Street, Hingham. If you or someone you know is interested, you are invited to speak with Fr. Nestor at 781-749-0587 or Ed Ryberg at 781-749-9668.
St. Paul Parish is offering another opportunity for you to become a participant in a Why Catholic? small group. This Fall we will explore Christian living as guided by the Ten Commandments. Groups begin meeting the week of October 18 and continue for six weeks. For more information, click here... or contact Donna Porter at Donnayp@verizon.net or 781-749-0587.
LIFE TEEN SEASIDE
"Knot" what you expect!
CONTINUING EVERY SUNDAY at 5:30pm
A Mass for Teens
- Christ Centered and Authentic Worship
- Engaging Music
- Welcoming and Affirming Atmosphere
- Great Food and Fun Games
- Life Nights Coming Soon!
Bring your friends - Catholic or not!
PLEASE CONSIDER ENROLLING IN ONLINE GIVING.
A secure and consistent way to contribute to the ongoing needs of our parish.
Click Here to learn more and to sign up...
Meets Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday
Next Meeting: October 14th
ST. PAUL'S WELCOMES FR. SINISA UBIPARIPOVIC!
We welcome Father Sinisa Ubiparipovic who was ordained a priest on May 23rd and assigned Parochial Vicar to St. Paul Parish. Father Sinisa is 28 years old and was born in Bosnia. His father was killed in the Yugoslav Wars when Sinisa was only six years old. One year later Sinisa’s mother moved with Sinisa and his four year old brother to Germany. After five years in Germany the family moved to Lynn, MA where Father Sinisa attended middle school and high school before going to Bentley College from which he was graduated in 2009. Father Sinisa is a great gift to Saint Paul Parish and Saint Paul Parish will be a great gift to him as he will learn from you what it means to be a priest of Jesus Christ. Please keep Father Sinisa in your prayers as he begins his ministry.
St. Paul Parish in Hingham, Massachusetts welcomes visitors, guests and new parishioners to our Catholic faith community. We hope you enjoy your visit to this quaint and historic seaside town, and our vibrant parish. Click here for a map to our church.
New parishioners are requested to register at our rectory office or online by clicking here.
9:00 a.m. Daily Mass - Lower Church
9:00 a.m. Daily Mass - Lower Church
5:00 p.m. Vigil - Upper Church
7:00 a.m. - Lower Church
9:00 a.m. - Organ Mass with Choir - Upper Church
10:00 a.m. - Family Liturgy - Lower Church
11:00 a.m. - Mass with traditional music played in a contemporary
style - Upper Church
5:30 p.m. - Life Teen Mass - Upper Church
HOLY DAYS: As Announced
First Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. - Lower Church
Saturdays, 4:00 - 4:45 p.m. or by appointment.
---Lower Church Reconciliation Room---
- First and Third Tuesdays of the month: After 9:00 a.m. Mass until Benediction at 6:50 p.m. ▽
- First Friday of the month (except July & August), 24-hour Adoration: After 9:00 a.m. Mass until Benediction on Saturday at 8:50 a.m. ▽
▽ Lower Church
- Rev. Thomas F. Nestor, Pastor
- Rev. Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Parochial Vicar
- Deacon Mr. Joseph Harrington, Permanent Deacon
- Ms. Susan Troy, Pastoral Care Coordinator
- Mr. Sal Bartolotti, Director of Music
- Mrs. Linda Resca, Business Administrator
- Mrs. Cynthia Sullivan, Administrative Assistant
- Sr. Tania Santander Atauchi, CDP, Director, Religious Education
- Mrs. Julianne Fahie, Religious Education Office Assistant
- Mr. Bill Mezzetti, Youth Minister
- Ms. Lisa Fasano, Principal, St. Paul School
- Mrs. Holly Breen, Administrative Assistant, St. Paul School
- Mrs. Jean Schnorr, Director of Enrollment, St. Paul School
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Deacon Joe Harrington's Blog
Daily Mass Readings
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Holy Days of Obligation
|Thursday, January 1, Solemnity of Mary the Mother of God, IS a holy day of obligation.|
|Thursday, May 14, Ascension Thursday, IS a holy day of obligation.|
|Saturday, August 15, Solemnity of the Assumption, IS NOT a holy day of obligation.|
|Sunday, November 1, Solemnity of all Saints, IS a holy day of obligation.|
|Tuesday, December 8, Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, IS a holy day of obligation.|
|Friday, December 25, Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord [Christmas], IS ALWAYS a holy day of obligation.|