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Weekends (Upper Church)
4 pm: Saturday Vigil Mass
8 am, 10 am & 11:30 am: Sunday Liturgy

Weekdays (Lower Church)
5:00 pm, Wednesday through Friday
12 noon, Saturday

Mass times at St. Eulalia Parish can be found on the St. Eulalia website.

Holy Days of Obligation normally include the following solemnities: Mary, Mother of God (January 1); the Ascension of the Lord (Forty Days after Easter); the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (August 15); All Saints (November 1); The Feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8); Nativity of the Lord [Christmas] (December 25).

If you are unable to come to church for Mass, there are televised Masses on EWTN and CatholicTV.

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To learn more and to contribute, see the Boston Catholic Appeal website. Also, see the video: Teamwork: 2021 Catholic Appeal.


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Winchester, MA  01890
Phone: (781) 729-5515

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May is the Month of Mary

The month of May is the "month which the piety of the faithful has especially dedicated to Our Blessed Lady," and it is the occasion for a "moving tribute of faith and love which Catholics in every part of the world [pay] to the Queen of Heaven. During this month, Christians, both in church and in the privacy of the home, offer up to Mary from their hearts an especially fervent and loving homage of prayer and veneration. In this month, too, the benefits of God's mercy come down to us from her throne in greater abundance" (Paul VI: Encyclical on the Month of May, no. 1). For more on prayers and reflections for this Month of Mary visit Liturgical Year: May, Month of Mary from Catholic Culture online.

Information about Father Dick Messina can be found on a separate page.

  • A Message from Fr. Hurley (May 9, 2021)
    “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15: 12 Today’s Gospel touches an area of our lives that we often underestimate. This verse from John is emblazoned in my mind. When I was in Iraq and Afghanistan as a chaplain, I proclaimed that verse…
  • A Message from Fr. Hurley (May 2, 2021)
    Peace be with you. Easter season is rolling along and we continue to see new life all around us. In case you missed last weekend, the church looked spectacular with blossoms exploding in front of the church. When standing in sunshine in front of the church, it was moving to see God’s beauty…
  • Best Wishes to LeiLanie D’Agostino
    LeiLanie D’Agostino, our Pastoral Care Coordinator, is departing St. Mary’s. LeiLanie moved at the start of COVID last year to North Carolina and stayed on working remotely. We thank LeiLanie for all her work at St. Mary’s, which also includes her years as a volunteer working with Nursing Home Outreach and as a…
  • 2021 Catholic Appeal
    This weekend, we will be launching the Archdiocese of Boston Annual Catholic Appeal for 2021. The Catholic Appeal funds the 51 Central Ministries of the Archdiocese that support our parish in many capacities. If you have donated in the past, you most likely received a letter from Cardinal Sean urging your support of…
  • Be Not Afraid
    During this time of the COVID-19 virus, some Catholic artists have come together with this message of hope. We hope you enjoy this YouTube musical presentation by Salt + Light Media:
  • Spiritual Exercises for the Year of the Eucharist
    “As Catholics, it is in the Eucharist that we learn our identity” —Cardinal Sean O’Malley, OFM, Cap Click this link below to download a copy of Spiritual Exercises for the Year of the Eucharist. Each week there are exercises you can focus on as we, together as a parish and Archdiocese study and…
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