Welcome to the Catholic Collaborative of Resurrection & St. Paul

Resurrection Parish

St. Paul Parish  

Saint Paul School

Serving the faith community of Hingham, MA
in the Archdiocese of Boston.


News & Announcements

Prayer Vigil To Help Unborn Babies And Moms 

We will offer a ride with fellow parishioners to peacefully pray the Rosary outside the Planned Parenthood abortion mill in Boston for one hour with other devout people from greater Bos- ton. The ride will leave from St. Paul immediately after the 9 AM Mass on Saturday, June 2, 2018. All are welcome. Please prayerfully consider joining other Faithful in witness, even for one time, to help end the tragedy of abortion. Please call Ed Boylan (781) 749-1558 or e-mail: boylan.family@comcast.net. Thank you!

Still need to complete your  

CORI's and the Code of Ministerial Conduct forms to volunteer this year? Just fill out and stop by either rectory for verification!

Resurrection Family Mass 
Doughnuts & Coffee

Volunteers are needed to set up coffee and doughnuts in Read Hall before the 9:30 mass and provide cleanup after. The hospitality for the family mass begins September 10 and excludes school vacation weeks.  Please consider helping out on this great family project! Contact: Donna Fitzwilliam  (781) 248-0017

St. Paul Family Mass
Prayer Families
Would you and your family like to do the readings, petitions, and bring up the gifts at the 10am Family Mass? You can sign up and download the readings on-line by contacting Cyndi Kester  cyndikester@me.com for more information.




Event Calendar
Parish Photos
Map and Directions





4:00 PM Resurrection
7:00 AM St. Paul (lower church)
8:30 AM St. Paul
9:30 AM Resurrection (Family Mass)
10:00 AM St. Paul (Family Mass)
11:30 AM Resurrection
11:30 AM St. Paul
5:30 PM Resurrection (Life Teen) 

7:30 AM Resurrection (M-F)
9:00 AM St. Paul (M-Sat, lower church)

Resurrection—Saturdays 3-3:45 pm
St. Paul—Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 pm, and weekdays immediately following daily Mass (subject to priest availability).

Upcoming Events

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Our good friend, Father Ed Condon, died last week after a brief illness. His death is a great loss for many parishioners on the South Shore. Since his retirement as pastor of Saint Denis Parish in Westwood ten years ago, he has helped at many local parishes. He was a remarkable preacher whose homilies were clear, coherent and compelling. It was always a joy to be with him and hear him preach the Word of God. In his gentlemanly way, Father Ed showed us the way to Christ. He was the best: holy, devout, faithful; a wonderful priest. We will miss him terribly.

May the angels lead you into paradise. God bless you, Father Ed Condon.


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