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   

5th Sunday of Lent Mass, with Fr. Tom Nestor
We are blessed to be able to offer a recorded mass each weekend that we are unable to celebrate a public Mass. May you continue to be blessed during a short period of isolation.

Watch Here

About the Divine Mercy Chaplet & Novena and its promises.

Divine Mercy Chaplet
(pre-recorded) 3pm from Resurrection

Friday Stations of the Cross 

In lieu of public stations, Deacon Matt Porter will record stations of the cross so you can "walk" and follow along.

6:30 PM 3/27 Check out the Video here on our  

Hingham Catholic Facebook Page.

If you are not receiving the email updates from the Collaborative Parishes of Resurrection and St. Paul, please email updates@hinghamcatholic.org to be added to our list. Thank you


 March 24, 2020

Dear Friends,

During this public health crisis, we continue to pray for one another, but at a distance. The virus has strengthened the bonds among us and made clear the responsibility we have for one another.

The directives of Governor Baker are designed to prevent the spread of the virus, protect one another, so as not to overwhelm the health care system. It is a good and holy thing to sacrifice for the common good.

To this end, Cardinal Sean has asked that access to church be limited. Thus, until further notice, daily access to the churches of our collaborative will be:
Saint Paul: 7-9 AM
Resurrection: 2-4 PM 

No more than 10 people are allowed in the church at one time and social distancing of 6 feet must be observed for the good of all.

The Cardinal encourages we limit all social interactions and exercise careful and prudential judgement before making a decision to visit a church.

The Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Lent will be available here on our website, hinghamcatholic.org and on our HinghamCatholic FB page. 

Finally, several members of our parishes have volunteered to run errands to the drug store or supermarket for those who unable to do so. Please call Elizabeth Reardon for help at 781-749-0587, ext. 216.

We pray for one another and especially the men and women who heroically provide medical care during this public health crisis. We thank God for all our blessings.

In Christ,
Father Tom Nestor

Previous Corovirus updates from Fr. Tom

3/17 Until further notice our rectory offices will be limited and regularly scheduled Masses, services and events noted on this website are cancelled or postponed until further notice.
If you should have any questions or concerns feel free to leave a message for one of our staff members and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 
God bless and thank you for your understanding!

Dn Philip Anderson shares his thoughts on the Woman at the Well in his homily for last Sunday 3/15/20!

We are at a critical turning point in our World and in our Country and there is only one path forward for we Catholics and that is to rely more than ever on the importance of prayer and strengthening our relationship with our Lord Jesus. We are never alone…He is right here with us and when times get tough, He is our anchor. Read More

3/20/20 Message from Cardinal Sean

3/17/2020 Cardinal's Video

 Cardinal Seán O’Malley has announced a Year of the Eucharist, beginning Holy Thursday, to nurture and foster awareness, appreciation and increased devotion of the Eucharist. Come, learn, and grow with us as we rediscover the beauty in the "source and summit of our faith" 

Hingham Catholic- Year of the Eucharist on Facebook

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Check out a library of online Catholic media
(e-books, talks, videos, & movies) 
through FORMED.ORG at no cost to you!


Need to complete your 2020  CORI's and the Code of Ministerial Conduct forms to volunteer this year? Just fill out and stop by either rectory for verification!



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During this difficult time, many of the faithful may be unable to attend Mass. To help them sanctify their day and to keep walking in the liturgical rhythm of the Church, we are honored to make our online version of MAGNIFICAT temporarily available to everyone for free.

Now also offering free MagnifiKid

LITURGY TRAINING PUBLICATIONS offers free daily access:





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).

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Bishop Barron: Catholics Misunderstanding the Eucharist 

Email Phishing and

Gift Card Requests

PLEASE BE CAUTIOUS of email and text SCAMS when receiving anything with Fr. Tom's name. 
Have you receieved an unusual email soliciting help from your parish or diocese? The Archdiocese of Boston has had an uptake in email scams this season.  Read More..



The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults program is for non-Catholic adults and Catholics who have been baptized but have not received First Eucharist and Confirmation. If you have been thinking about becoming a full participating member of the Catholic Church, please join us on Sunday at 9:45 a.m. in St. Paul’s Rectory to discover what the RCIA program offers. If you have questions, please call Fr. Thomas Nestor at 781-749-0587 or Ed Ryberg at 781-749-9668.


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