Welcome to Resurrection Parish. We are a community of believers grounded in the teachings of Jesus in the Roman Catholic tradition. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we welcome all people to join us in our faith journey. Through worship, prayer, study and action, we strive to bring the good news and value of God’s Kingdom to our community and to the world beyond. Our Mass Times are Saturday at 4pm, and Sunday at 8, 9:30, and 11:30
Remembering Father Walsh:
Over the summer I lost a great friend and we as a Parish lost a great preacher and a man with an incredible heart. Fr. Corbet Walsh S.J. died suddenly in September. My use of the word "great" for Fr. Walsh would cause him to laugh! He was brilliant, well educated and incredibly well read! Question him on any subject and he would answer with a depth which was astounding. And yet he chose to live a simple life. A roof over his head, a book, a Pall Mall and he was set for the night! Even better if the Red Sox were playing and the cat was in his lap. How good is that! He was humble and took his vow of poverty very seriously, which is why he said to me one day after I had given a gift of a new clerical shirt and never saw it on him, "I never wear anything new". And he didn't. Much to the chagrin of family and friends who thought he needed "stuff". I shall miss the man, his thin figure standing in the kitchen, while he discussed the best translation of Homer's "The Illiad". He, of course, had read it in Greek. And knew it inside and out. A brilliant mind, a brilliant heart, a brilliant friend. Rest in peace Corbet Walsh S.J.
A new year. New beginnings. I hope you noticed the new roofs on the Church and Rectory. The newly painted doors at the front of the Church. This is to let the world driving by Resurrection Church on Route 228 know that we are open for business and ready to welcome everybody. Especially new people looking for a friendly place to worship. In this welcoming we are all involved. Don't be afraid to smile in Church. Say hello to your neighbor. Tell your neighborhood we're open and welcome new parishioners. Tell them if you enjoy worshiping here on Sunday. And tell them why. Help them to get their children into Religious Ed classes and if they are in irregular marriages invite them to came and talk to a priest. Pope Francis has set the tone and its a smile and a welcome! We can do the same. Next Sunday, bring a friend to Church. After all, we do have the best coffee and donuts on the South shore. Bar none!
Fr. Bill’s Place is a homeless shelter in Quincy. On the second and third Thursday of every month parishioners make sandwiches and goodies to be served for lunch to those who visit the shelter. On the third Friday of each month a group of Resurrection parishioners buys, cooks and serves a meal at Fr. Bill’s. A donations container for Fr. Bill’s Place in Quincy is located at the side door of the church. Anyone willing to help out by making sandwiches or goodies to go along with the prepared meals, please contact Norman and Phyllis Thoms at (781)878-5644
Our food pantry is through Hingham Food Pantry, serving Hingham and Rockland. Food is left at the front of the church on the first Sunday of each month and brought to a participating church. The food pantry is open on Tuesdays. For more info, contact the Food Pantry at (781)740-8180 (preferred) or Pauline Munroe at (781)740-4516
My Brother's Keeper is a Christian ministry located in Easton, Mass (next to Stonehill College) that delivers furniture and food free of charge to families in need. They welcome volunteers to help in a variety of ways including assistance with deliveries and pickups of furniture. For further information, please contact Steve Sypek (781)856-0210 or Mike Cunningham (617) 759-0674
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By virtue of our baptism, we are called to be the hands and heart of Christ in our community. It is through your donations that we can answer the call to love and care for one another as Jesus would. This Online Giving feature gives you the option to make donations without writing checks or remembering your envelopes. We hope that this may be a convenience in your busy life, and we are so grateful for your generosity. Consider setting up monthly automatic payments for convenience. God Bless You
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