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    Saturday: 4 p.m,

    Sunday:    7 a.m., 8:30 a.m.



    Saturday:  7 p.m.

    Sunday:    11 a.m




    Monday to Saturday: 8 a.m.



    Wednesday: 7 p.m. (in Spanish)


    As announced


    Saturdays from 2:45 to 3:45 p.m.

    Thursdays before First Friday 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.

  • STAFF - Rev

    Rev. Francisco J. Anzoátegui, Pastor

    Rev. Gabino O. Macias, Parochial Vicar

  • STAFF - Deacons

    Deacon: Pedro L. Torres

    Deacon: Alfredo Nieves

  • STAFF - Seminarian Deacon:

    Seminarian Deacon: Bruce Barnett


  • STAFF - Music

    Music Directors:

            Kim Lisbon and Gonzalo Galan


    Religious Education Coordinator:

             James J. Drummey

  • STAFF - Assistant Coordinator

    Assistant Coordinator:

           Maria M. Nieves

  • STAFF - Pastoral Associate

    Pastoral Associate:

           Enrique Méndez

  • STAFF - Secretary

    Secretary: Gloria Villamil

  • STAFF - Financial Manager

    Financial Manager: Mary Sanning

  • STAFF - Sacristan

    Sacristan: Mily Nieves

  • STAFF - Building / Grounds Supervisor

    Building and Grounds Supervisor:

      Carlos Rodriguez

  • Cemetery Director: Rick Diamond

    Cemetery Director: Joseph Vielick


Christmas Eve

4 p.m. (English) / 7 p.m. (Spanish)

Christmas Day


8:30 a.m. (English) / 11 a.m. (Spanish)



New Year’s Eve - December 31

4 p.m. (English) / 7 p.m. (Spanish)

Feast of Mary, the Mother of God - January 1st.

8:30 a.m. (English) / 11 a.m. (Spanish)

With all the materialism, consumerism, atheism, and increasing

hostility to Christmas, Fr. Ed Broom suggests some lessons

to remember to help us get ready for this great feast.

     1. Jesus’ name means “Savior” because He was sent by the

Father to save all humanity from their sins.

     2. Humility is an essential part of being a Christian as we imitate

both Jesus and His mother Mary.

     3. Just as Jesus was detached from material things — He was

born in a stable — so, too, we must keep material things in perspective,

for where our treasure is, there will our hearts be.

     4. Even as the innkeeper had to clean the stable where Jesus

was born, so we must clean our spiritual stables of all sin by going

to Confession before Christmas.

     5. The word “Bethlehem” means “house of bread.” How significant

that Jesus, who is the “Bread of Life,” would choose to be

born in a town with Eucharistic connotations.

     6. The Magi expended a great deal of time and effort to follow

the star that led them to Jesus. We must also follow the star of

Catholicism by being open to what the Church teaches us and

pointing others toward Jesus.

     7. The angels proclaimed, “Glory to God in the highest and on

earth peace to men of good will.” Advent and Christmas are a

time to remove from our hearts any resentment, bitterness, anger,

envy, and jealousy toward others so that peace, both interior

and exterior, will radiate out from us.

    8. Jesus is our principal role model, but let’s not forget to imitate

the wonderful and inspiring example of Mary and Joseph,

who made Jesus the center of their lives, just as we must make

Him the center of our lives.

Beware of Those Seeking Money Outside

Church — We have noticed people outside the Church

after Mass asking for money. Please do not give them

anything. We have resources here at the Parish to help

those who are truly in need, and those seeking assistance

must contact the Parish Office. We have no way of knowing

if people soliciting funds after the weekend Masses

have a genuine need, so please do not give them anything.

Tell them to call the Parish Office.

From the Facebook Fan Page

Family Day 2018 - Homily - By Father Paco from OMC Productions on Vimeo.

Family Day at Saint Stephen Parish, in Framingham Massachusetts. Family day celebrated on August 26, 2018. Homily by Father Paco. Video recorded and edited by OMC. Osvaldo & Margarita. C.

Pilgrimage to Poland Planned

Fr. Paco will direct a Pilgrimage to Poland from May 20-28, 2019. The nine-day trip, which will follow in the footsteps of Saint Faustina and Divine Mercy, Saint Maximilian Kolbe and his desire to gain the whole world to God through the Militia Immaculata or total consecration to our Blessed Mother, and Saint John Paul II, who consecrated his whole pontificate to Mary and gave us the Feast of Divine Mercy. The trip will cost $3,599 per person from Boston. A deposit of $400 will secure a spot. For the full itinerary, go to and reserve your place on this exciting pilgrimage.

Children’s Choir

Children’s Choir — Our Children’s Choir will sing at the 8:30 a.m. Mass today, October 14th, as well as on November 11th, and December 9th. Rehearsals for those in grades 1-8 will continue on Sundays from 10:45 to 11:15 a.m. in the St. Paul Room of the School, except for the days when the choir will be singing. We need more good singers, so we invite you to join the choir if you are in grades 1-8.


Our professional photographer, Osvaldo Calderon, took some wonderful pictures of our Confirmation last Friday. You can view these pictures and order the ones you want by logging on to:  Or you can send an email to to order your promotional packages that will be available until June 30, 2018.


First Communion Photos are now available at

Photos can be order directly through the website


First Communion Photos


Saint Stephen Parish  - Framingham Massachusetts