Dedicated in 1891, Sacred Heart Parish is a vibrant faith community welcoming parishioners from all backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities. Blessed with a beautiful and inviting music ministry, excellent preaching, and numerous opportunities to grow in faith, Sacred Heart is a place where we gather together to celebrate the Eucharist, live the Gospel, and serve others in Christ's name.
The history of Sacred Heart is filled with names now revered in the history of the Archdiocese of Boston. Cardinals Cushing and Spellman were both former pastors, and more recently Fr. Connelly and now Fr. Sassani have continued to lead our parish to an ever more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.
The parish is home to the Deaf Apostolate of the Archdiocese of Boston. The 11AM Mass on Sundays is celebrated in American Sign Language (with English voice interpretation), and several major liturgies throughout the year are celebrated bilingually with both the hearing and the Deaf communities.
In 2007, parishioners from St. Philip Neri joined Sacred Heart, enriching the parish and beginning a new chapter of prayer, ministry, and service. We hope you will come to call Sacred Heart your spiritual home, and we welcome you to ask questions, get to know us, and dive into this community of faith.