November 4, 2020

At all Masses, wearing of a mask properly over nose and mouth is required

Weekend Masses:
Saturday Vigil, 4pm
Sunday 7am, 9:30am, 11:30am and 5:30pm Life Teen Mass
Outdoors at Resurrection, weather permitting
Advance registration required in the event that Masses must be inside

Indoor Mass at St. Paul, Sunday 10am
Advance registration required

Daily Masses:
9am Monday - Friday, Indoors at St. Paul
please wear a mask - you may choose to bring a chair to sit outdoors in the courtyard
Doors open at 8am, Rosary at 8:30am
7pm, Monday - Friday, Indoors at Resurrection
please wear a mask

Adoration and Confession:
Following the 7pm Daily Mass at Resurrection until 9pm,
Wednesday through Friday only
Advance registration for indoor weekend Masses
Parishioners are now required to register in advance through Eventbrite for the Mass they wish to attend if held indoors. If weather permits, Masses at Resurrection will be outdoors, but if circumstances change and you haven't registered, a seat inside is unlikely.
  • Weekly registration is open from Tuesday 7am until Friday at noon.
  • Reservations are NOT interchangeable for another Mass time
  • Arrive 15 minutes before Mass as check-in is required
  • Bringing a printout of your reservation is not necessary.
  • Please dress accordingly for Masses outdoors as well as indoors as we are required to ensure maximum ventilation in our churches by keeping doors and windows open throughout the fall and winter months.
  • If you only plan to attend Mass if held outdoors, registration not required
  • The links will be reset each week and available on our website. Weekly registration will be necessary to allow everyone a chance and be open if preferences change.
To celebrate the Year of the Eucharist in our Collaborative, we will be having Mass at 7pm on Friday, November 6th at Resurrection, followed by Eucharistic Adoration until Mass at 9am on Saturday November 7th. Confessions will be available in the evening. All are welcome to attend any part of the evening and can participate as a Virtual Adorer on our Hingham Catholic Facebook
The Hingham-Hull Religious Leaders invite you to a viewing and discussion on Sunday, November 8 at 3pm

In November 1940, days after the Nazis sealed 450,000 Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, a secret band of journalists, scholars and community leaders decided to fight back. Learn more about it.
During these days of uncertainty, we call upon God for his guidance and blessings. While unable to celebrate as we have in years past, we would like to remember the faithful departed at a modified Mass of Remembrance on Saturday, November 14th at 9am outdoors at Resurrection Parish weather permitting.
Please join us for our
annual Hingham Food Pantry Drive
Contactless drop off at the pantry
November 14th from 12-2pm ONLY (rain or shine)
at Second Parish Church (circle driveway) at 685 Main St

pasta sauce, spaghetti or fettuccini, 64oz. cranberry juice, cookies, mac & cheese, turkey gravy and brownie or cookie mixes.

Please note:
Food donations cannot be accepted at our churches or rectories this year. 
Thank you!
Bereavement Group Update

“The LORD is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed spirit.” Psalm 34:18
St Paul Parish has been offering the New Day Bereavement Support Group (spiritually based program) for over ten years immediately following Labor Day. However, we must postpone this year’s sessions until at least 2021 because of the restrictions about social meetings. When we resume, we will have an introductory open house and ten meetings of 90 minutes every two weeks.
If you or someone you know has experienced a loss, we ask that you contact us so that we might notify you when we start. If you have questions, call Jack Rayburn at 781-749-0361.
With the current pandemic, Saint Paul School has limited ways to fundraise this year. The SPS PTO helps the school fund financial aid, enrichment activities for the students, special equipment and school supply needs and so much more. Please consider supporting them with the fundraising efforts below that they can do this year! Thank you.
Beautiful two-sided, Canadian Balsam Fir Wreaths with a variety of decorative options. Delivered to your home on Sunday, November 29th.
Fruit Center Marketplace's 11th Annual School Fundraising Week
Monday, November 9 - Sunday, November 15
20% of purchases made at the Fruit Center will go to Saint Paul School when you present a specially marked fundraising voucher at the time of your purchase.
Thank you from NPH USA!
Thank you to Saint Paul School and the Collaborative of Resurrection & St. Paul, for supporting NPH USA's first ever Virtual Gala in lieu of their 4th Annual Love Without Limits!
At this year’s nationwide gala, we were able to raise $1.2 million across the nation which includes $32,425 raised locally by this incredible community.
NPH USA is overwhelmed by the generosity of our event sponsors, participants and donors from across the country and around the world. We are extremely grateful for YOUR support which helps provide thousands of children and families in nine countries with a safe home, nutritious meals, health services and education programs.
We are amazed by the generosity of this community and looking forward to a time when we can come together again to celebrate in person.
If you were unable to attend and would like to watch the National Virtual Gala, or make a donation, please visit: or contact Elizabeth Caletka at or (617) 206-4942.
After learning that Father Sinisa is no longer at his new assignment in Medway/Millis, many parishioners were concerned about his well-being. Father Sinisa would like you to know that he is fine and at peace. He visited me last Tuesday and I was reassured to see the energetic, confident and faith-filled priest whom we all know and love. He is ready and eager to serve the Lord wherever He sends him. Thank you for your concern and prayers for Father Sinisa.
Father Tom Nestor
ParishSoft Giving is a convenient and secure way to make your Grand Annual donation and recurring offertory donations to Resurrection or Saint Paul Parish. When you participate, your gift will transfer directly into the parish bank account. Credit card or direct debit accepted.

Visit the GIVING page of our collaborative website to find more information including detailed instructions and FAQ's or video help. We can even set it up for you!