No registration required at this time for regular Masses.
Please bring a pen to sign in when you arrive. (This is for contact-tracing.)
Masks must be worn at all times, over nose and mouth.
Every other pew is roped off. Please sit only in un-roped pews. Families may sit together, but please allow 6 feet between you and anyone else in the same pew.
While there is music, there is no congregational singing.
There is no physical exchange of the sign of peace.
During communion, please follow directions: Only one section at a time receives so as to avoid more than one row of people in an aisle at the same time.
Please maintain the appropriate social distancing when walking in the aisles, and only remove your mask to consume the host after stepping to the side, away from the priest or minister.
We care about all of you and we are working diligently to comply
with all of the guidelines currently in place
to allow us to worship in-person and remain safe!
Thank you for your continued patience.
Due to COVID-19 protocols, we are not passing the offertory basket during Mass. There will instead be an Offertory Collection Box located in both churches where you can drop your weekly envelope. However, we do encourage our parishioners to sign-up for Online Giving during this time. It’s an easy, safe and convenient way
to contribute to your parish.
Check out our St. Oscar Romero online giving page here
to find out how to sign-up.
We truly are grateful for the generosity of parishioners
during these difficult times. God Bless!
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Year of the Eucharist Announced by Cardinal Seán O’Malley
Cardinal Seán O'Malley has declared a Year of the Eucharist for the Archdiocese of Boston to bolster the faith of those who already believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and to encourage those who struggle with this belief. Over the course of the next year and a half, the Cardinal invites all Catholics in the Archdiocese of Boston to learn more about the Eucharist and to spend more time before the Eucharistic Lord, asking Him to reveal Himself to you. The year will officially begin on Holy Thursday 2020 and end on the Feast of Corpus Christi 2021. Please read this letter from the Cardinal and watch the video below for his message.