St.Gregory's Religious Education...Grades 1-10 and RCIA Contact: Fr. Daily Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers... Contact:… [more]

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Adult Choir -  The Adult Choir is always looking for new members.  The Adult Choir sings at the 10:30… [more]

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Children's Ministries

Altar Servers - Any child in grade 4 and up is eligible to become an Altar Server. Servers may have many… [more]

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St. Gregory Parish 2223 Dorchester Avenue Dorchester, MA  02124 Tel: 617-298-2460 email:… [more]

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Parish History

St. Gregory's Church Click image for more information In 1844 a Catholic parish was formed in South… [more]

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Sacrament of Penance Saturday morning following the 9:00AM Mass. The confessional Room is up front… [more]

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Parish Staff

PASTOR Rev. Vincent E. Daily, STD IN RESIDENCE Rev. Brian F. McMahon BUSINESS MANAGER William… [more]

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Saint Gregory's Parish is a Roman Catholic community of believers located at 2223 Dorchester Avenue in Dorchester Lower Mills, who respond to Jesus' call "Come, Follow Me" by living lives of faith, love, and service for others. Central to the faith life of Saint Gregory's is our weekly Eucharist wherein we gather to be nourished, challenged, and strengthened by the Word of God and the Body and Blood of Christ. Together, we seek to grow in our love of God and in our love for each other by embodying the Gospel of Jesus in our daily lives.

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Our next meeting  will be held in the auditorium on Tuesday, October 6th.  Coffee & donuts at 12:15 pm, Bingo at 1:00 pm!  New members are welcome!         Read More →

The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy

How to Recite the Chaplet of Divine Mercy  The Chaplet of Mercy is recited using ordinary rosary beads of five decades. The Chaplet is preceded by two opening prayers from the Diary of Saint Faustina and followed by a closing prayer. Make the Sign of the Cross In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Optional Opening... [Read more of this review]

Irish Language Classes Resume at St. Gregory’s

Fáilte means welcome in Irish! Our goal is to help preserve and strengthen the Irish Language.  Intermediate Classes will begin on Tuesday, September 15th, and Beginners will meet on Thursday, September 17th.  All Classes are Tuesday and Thursday, from 7:30pm—9:30 pm in the Lower Church Prayer Room. This 12 week course is offered at different... [Read more of this review]


RELIGIOUS EDUCATION GRADES K-6 Classes began on Sunday, September 27th. Classes is held from  8:45 AM—9:45 AM in the Lower Church. Remember—First Holy Communion preparation is a two year course.  IF YOU HAVE NOT YET REGISTERED, PLEASE DO SO AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! CONFIRMATION PROGRAM We are now accepting registration for the Confirmation program.   The... [Read more of this review]

Come and Sing with the Choirs!

COME JOIN THE ADULT CHOIR AT ST. GREGORY’S We are looking for anyone who loves to sing to come join us at the 10:00 am Mass on Sunday mornings. All ages and abilities are welcome!  The first rehearsal will be Sunday September 27th, following the 10:00am Mass. Our first Mass will be Sunday October 4th with rehearsal to follow.   St. ... [Read more of this review]

Sacrament of Penance

Confessions will be heard on Saturday mornings from 10AM – 11AM in the main Church.  We will also be having Eucharistic Adoration on Saturdays from 10AM until 4Pm.   “Encourage souls to place great trust in My fathomless mercy. Let the weak, sinful soul have no fear to approach Me, for even if it had more sins than there are grains of... [Read more of this review]

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

Are you, a family member or friend interested in becoming a Roman Catholic?  The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is for you!  If you are not a Roman Catholic, or if you are a baptized Catholic, but have never received your First Holy Communion or Confirmation, please call Fr. Daily at the rectory (617-298-2460) for more information.  Read More →

Eucharistic Adoration

Beginning October 3rd, Eucharistic Adoration will take place every Saturday from 10AM until 3:45 pm.  Holy Mass begins at 4PM. Please stop by for some quiet time with the Lord.    Read More →

St. Gregory’s Boy Scouts

St. Gregory’s Scouts will meet every  Wednesday at 7:00 PM.  We are proud to be celebrating our 61st year in the Parish!  Any boy interested in joining the scouts should call the rectory at 617-298-2460 for more information.    Read More →

Wanted: Altar Servers and Lectors

We are in need of Altar Servers and Lectors of all ages.  If you have ever contemplated on how you can serve in your parish, here’s an opportunity.  If interested, please contact Fr. Daily directly at 617-298-2460 or see Father after Mass.  Read More →

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Saint Gregory’s Parish is a Roman Catholic community of believers located at 2223 Dorchester Avenue in  Dorchester Lower Mills,  who respond to Jesus’ call “Come, Follow Me” by living lives of faith, love, and service for others.


Monday – Friday at 6:45 AM


Saturday 4:00 PM (Vigil Mass)

Sunday:  7:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 5:00 PM


Each or our lives, and every life, is worth living, no matter what the circumstances.

As Christians, we know that suffering is not the end of the story; it can be the path by which the Lord perfects us in love and leads us to Heaven.

We are called to respect and protect our lives and the lives of others, and we are called to be the hands and feet of Christ to all, especially the most vulnerable.  We have been given one life to live, which has inestimable value.  How will we choose to live it? Here’s a prayer for Respect Life Sunday:

Heavenly Father, thank you for the precious gift of life.  Help us to cherish and protect this gift, even in the midst of fear, pain and suffering.  Give us love for all people, especially the most vulnerable, and help us bear witness to the truth that every life is worth living.  Grant us the humility to accept help when we are in need, and teach us to be merciful to all.  Through our words and actions, may others encounter the outstretched hands of  Your mercy.  We ask this through Christ our Lord.  Amen.




27th Sunday in Ordinary Time