» Click here to watch the informational video.
As of February 28, masks will no longer be required at public Masses in the Archdiocese of Boston. Priests, Deacons, and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are no longer required to wear masks during the distribution of Communion, but the pastor may continue to require it if he wishes to do so. Masks will also not be required in Parish Faith Formation programs as of February 28. If a pastor decides that it is not yet time in his community for a dropping of a mask requirement, based on his knowledge of the needs of his particular community, he may continue to require the wearing of masks in his parish. If the local municipality continues to require the wearing of masks in public places, the parish must comply with those regulations. Parishes are still required to maintain, mark, and communicate a portion of each worship space as being reserved for those who wish to wear masks and social distance. Parishes are also encouraged to continue to exercise and encourage caution in all parish activities.
The Boston Archdiocese has launched the year’s Catholic Appeal. Each of us is called to care for the wellbeing of others and also to the wider church. This funds 51 central ministries in the
Archdiocese. Our parish’s goal has been set at $70,651. If you haven’t yet participated this year, we invite you to prayerfully consider making a gift pledge online by visiting bostoncatholicappeal.org. Thank you.
During this time of precaution, any persons who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed, have recently arrived from out-of-state, or are members of vulnerable populations are asked to refrain from entering the Cathedral in order to ensure the safety of God’s people. We encourage you to unite yourself in prayer by praying online. Thank you for your cooperation.
International Concert Organist
and Recording Artist
Sunday . 22 May 2022 | 3.00 pm
Her program will feature contemporary Ukrainian compositions from her latest album Chernivtsi, plus works by Bach, Brahms, Boulanger, and Demessieux.
» Order tickets in advance here.
$25 General Admission
17 and under: FREE
» More information about Gail Archer.
Please consider registering as a parishioner at the Cathedral by completing a form here.
Beginning Sunday, November 28th, the first Sunday of Advent, an additional 5:30 Mass will be celebrated in English in the Main Cathedral.
Boston Cathedral Singers release their first album!
» Click here for more information.
Sunday Masses continue both in-person and via live-streaming. See times and full schedule for English, Spanish, Latin [Extraordinary Form], and Ethiopian-Eritrean rite. Reservations are no longer required to attend Mass.
The current schedule of daily masses is:
» Monday–Saturday: 9 a.m. (Main Cathedral)
» Tuesday, Thursday: 7 p.m. Spanish (Blessed Sacrament Chapel).
Advanced reservations are not required at this time, but precautions are observed.
Cardinal Seán O’Malley shares his message on racism. Watch the video in English or en español.
The Cathedral Food Pantry is closed until further notice.