News & Announcements

Read the latest news and announcements for our community and the Ordinariate.

Boston Eucharistic Congress June 18th

The Archdiocese of Boston will hold a Eucharistic Congress at the Tsongas Center in Lowell on Saturday, June 18th; full information will be found here. John Covert has offered to serve as coordinator for a group from the parish, if any are interested in attending. He will have a flyer prepared and available at this… Read more

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land with Fr. Liias

Father Liias, our founding Pastor, has for many years led pilgrimages to the Holy Land; I have been there with him and it is truly a life-changing experience. If you wish to know more, contact Father Liias at his email address: Jurgen.Liias (at) Fr-Jurgen-Holy-Land-2023Download… Read more

Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

On Friday, March, 25, 2022, the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Pope Francis and bishops throughout the world will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, praying especially for peace and an end to war. Please unite your prayers with theirs. Father Bradford will use this prayer at… Read more

COVID Update….Brookline ends mask requirement

Father Bradford reports the Town of Brookline (which includes Chestnut Hill) has lifted its indoor mask mandate for all individuals in public spaces commencing Saturday, March 12th. (The Archdiocese of Boston lifted its mask mandate on February 28th). Business and other facilities can still require masks on their own, and the Brookline Department of Public… Read more

Show of Stained Glass in Framingham

Parishioner Eric Mauro is an artist in stained glass and will be showing his work from February 11 – March 9 2022 at the Studio B Gallery, 2 Central Street, Framingham MA; the opening reception is February 11th from 6-9 p.m. Eric’s featured work is “The North Gate of the Courtyard from Ezekiel’s Dream,” inspired… Read more

Positive Covid Notification from Fr. Bradford

Father Bradford has been informed a parishioner at Mass last Sunday tested positive for Covid on Monday. The individual had no symptoms on Sunday and was not in close contact with anyone. Our Mass will be celebrated as usual on Sunday, January 16th… Read more

Major Article on the Ordinariate….

Parishioner Ed Finglas — and our founding Pastor, Fr. Liias — were kind enough to forward pointers to this article, published today on the site of CRISIS magazine. All of us in the Ordinariate probably know about the long-standing success of San Antonio’s Our Lady of the Atonement, a Pastoral Provision parish which entered the… Read more

Festival Service of Lessons and Carols

Sunday, January 2nd at 5:00 PM… Read more

Mass CANCELLED for December 8th…

Father Bradford has written to say he is ill with symptoms which might be Covid and is therefore self-isolating. As such, he is CANCELLING the 7:30 Mass for the Immaculate Conception on December 8th. Father Patrick Armano will celebrate our regular Sunday Mass on December 12th and, if necessary, December 19th. Please keep Father Bradford… Read more

Devotions for Advent from the Patrimony

The Author, Fr. James Bradley, is a Priest of the English Ordinariate who has been studying, and now teaching, in the US for quite a number of years. He is a Canon Lawyer and maintains a very good blog, THINE OWN SERVICE which is highly recommended. Here he offers some suggestions for a holy Advent… Read more

The Matter of Life

The Matter of Life takes you on a journey to unravel the complexities of the abortion debate by addressing the issue through science, philosophy, history, and powerful personal stories. The film answers hard questions and provides hope for the future. To learn more, visit Steven Hardy invites all parishioners to attend the pre-screening of this movie:At… Read more

Bp Lopes’ Prayer Breakfast Address

Bishop Lopes was honored to serve as keynote speaker for the 2021 Catholic National Prayer Breakfast held in Washington DC this morning; he joins previous keynote speakers such as Bp Robert Barron (2020) and His Eminence Cardinal Sarah (2016). The Ordinariate is central to his remarks which — fittingly — center on Unity and Diversity… Read more

Dr. Tom Howard Retrospective on EWTN

Although he was never a member of the Ordinariate or this community, Dr. Thomas Howard (RIP) was a very important figure in the establishment of the group which became Saint Gregory the Great: the two series of meetings held at our founding Pastor’s last Protestant parish to discuss what the erection of the Ordinariate meant… Read more

The Coleman Baptism…

Last Sunday, August 29th, Saint Gregory the Great was delighted to welcome a new Christian into our Lord’s Church, and — in so doing — welcome a new family into the Ordinariate. The parents, Anthony and AnneMarie, are both New Englanders (she from Maine; he from the South Shore) who met at Boston College. They… Read more

Day of Recollection

Saturday, September 11, 2021from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM The Psalter: The Hymnal of Israel, the Hymnal of the ChurchLeader: Fr Peter M.J. Stravinskas, Ph.D., S.T.D.The program will end with Evensong in the church.All are welcome. Bring a friend.Bring your Bible and lunch. Father Stravinskas is a long-time friend of our congregation and has been… Read more

Feast of Title, St Gregory the Great

Sunday, September 5, 2021 at 11:30 AM Solemn Mass & SermonEnding with Solemn TeDeum We will observe the Feast of Pope Saint Gregory the Great. This is the patronal feast for our St Gregory the Great Ordinariate Congregation… Read more