Saint Stephen Parish - Framingham Massachusetts, USA, Chatolic Parish, Church

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English Mass

Mondays - Saturdays  8:00 AM

Saturdays 4:00 PM

Sundays 7:00 AM y 9:00 AM

Espanol: Domingos 11 AM


Mass Hours


Team Ministry

Rev. Francisco J. Anzoátegui

Rev. Albert H. Stankard

Rev. Gabino O. Macias, Parochial Vicar


Senior Deacon:

Guy J. Spiri



    Pedron L. Torres

    Alfredo Nieves and Mrs. Maria Nieves


Religious Education Coordinator:

James. J. Drummey

Assistant Coordinator: María M. Nieves


Pastoral Associate:

Enrique Méndez.



Gloria Villamil

Financial Manager:

Robert Percheski



Pat Robison

Building and Ground Supervisor:

Julio Alonzo

Cemetery Director:

Rick Diamond




Canon Law Qualifications for Sponsors for Baptism and Confirmation

— If you have been asked to be a godparent or sponsor, you yourself must have received the sacraments of Baptism, Holy Eucharist, and Confirmation. You also must be at least 16 years of age and be leading “a life in harmony with the Faith and the role to be undertaken.” What does this mean?

It means weekly participation in Sunday Mass to fulfill the commandment of God to keep holy His day, and the command of Jesus to “do this in memory of me.” It also means that those who are married must have been married in the Catholic Church because all baptized Catholics are required to be married before a priest and two witnesses.

Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

 — The month of June has long been designated as the month when we honor the Sa-cred Heart. This devotion can be traced back to Good Friday, when a lance pierced the heart of Jesus on the Cross, and blood and water flowed from the Savior’s side. The Church has always seen the blood as a symbol of the Holy Eucharist, and the water as a sym-bol of Baptism.

The heart is recognized as the source of love, and who has shown more love for us than the One who died for us on the Cross? Because Jesus had a truly human heart, He can sympathize with us and truly understand all our needs, worries, and sufferings. That is why during the month that begins tomorrow, we should strive to unite our hearts more closely to His.


Devotion to the Sacred Heart gained momentum when Jesus appeared to St. Margaret Mary in 1675, showed her His heart, expressed sorrow over the ingratitude of people towards Him, and asked that reparation for this coldness be made up by receiving Holy Communion on the first Fridays of nine consecutive months.

To those who carried out this practice, the Lord said: “I promise you, in the excess of the mercy of my heart, that its all-powerful love will grant to all those who shall receive Communion on the first Friday of nine consecutive months the grace of final repentance.

  They shall not die under my displeasure nor without receiving the Sacraments, my Di-vine Heart becoming their assured refuge at that last hour.”

If you have not already made the nine First Fridays, next Friday would be a good time to start. You can go to Confession on Thursday between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. and receive Communion at Mass on the first Friday of June.

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