Weekly Schedule

Our regular weekly schedule is as follows. Please see our Upcoming Events page for our many additional Masses, Evensong, and other special liturgies and events.

Our weekly Sunday Mass is at 11:30 am at St. Lawrence Church in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts (directions). Please see our Covid-19 precautions here.

Normally we would invite you to join us after Mass for our coffee hour in the common room in the undercroft. (Follow the stairs at the back of the nave or use the elevator.) However, coffee hour has been suspended because of the Covid-19 precautions.

Normally several of us pray a Rosary before Mass with an intention for those who will celebrate and serve our Mass that day. We meet in front of the Marian altar and begin at 10:55, but you may join at any time. Extra Rosaries are available if needed. Praying the Rosary has also been suspended because of the Covid-19 precautions.

Saturday Mass in the Ordinariate form is at 8:00 am at the Marian altar in St. Theresa of Ávila Church, 2078 Centre Street, West Roxbury, Mass. Enter the church via the pavilion or the St. Theresa Avenue side doors. Advance notice will be provided if Father has to cancel a Saturday Mass. 

Confessions are heard every Saturday in St. Theresa’s chapel from 3:00 to 4:00 pm.

Our monthly parish paper (Contra Mundum) contains news and notes for the congregation and announcements of upcoming events. It also features articles and sermons by Fr. Bradford and articles and other writings by noted classic and contemporary authors.

Father Bradford offers adult inquirers’ classes every year in the fall, at a time to be determined by those interested in learning more about the Catholic faith. Classes are based on The Catechism of the Catholic Church, and a syllabus is available.

There are recent back issues of various magazines and newspapers on the lower shelves of the library cart.  These often include copies of National Catholic Register, Catholic Response, Our Sunday Visitor, and New Oxford Review, as well as our parish paper, Contra Mundum. Take what you would like at no charge.