Sunday Masses
  • Saturday 4:00 pm
  • 7:30 am
  • 9:00 am
  • 11:00 am
  • 5:00 pm

Weekday Mass (Monday-Friday)
  • 9:00 a.m.

Holy Day Masses as announced

Reconciliation on Saturday, 3:00 - 3:45 p.m. and by appointment
50 Ridge Street, 
Winchester, MA 01890
Phone: (781) 729-8220
Saint Eulalia Parish
A Roman Catholic Church in Winchester Massachusetts
50 Ridge Street, Winchester, MA 01890    Phone: (781) 729-8220 

Catholics find 
meaning and hope in Jesus Christ, 
God the Father 
has sent into the world for the salvation of all peoples.
You are invited to spend time with Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration.

Every Friday evening beginning January 16
  7:00 PM -  8:30 PM  

Times of quiet will be balanced with times of reflective music. Music enables our hearts and souls to experience what our minds often fail to grasp; what our eyes often fail to see. Thus, this time of Adoration can be a meaningful way to contemplate the Real Presence of Jesus in our midst. Come and stay for as long or as short as you wish.  

 7:30 - 7:50   Come and pray along with a peaceful recorded version of the  Rosary

As a Gospel prayer, centered on the mystery of the redemptive Incarnation, the Rosary is a prayer with a clearly Christological orientation. Its most characteristic element of Hail Mary's becomes an unceasing praise of Christ, who is the ultimate object both of the angel's announcement and of the greeting of the mother of John the Baptist; the succession of Hail Marys constitutes the warp on which is woven the contemplation of the mysteries. The Congregation for Divine Worship's recent clarification that the Rosary may certainly be included in Eucharistic adoration is solidly grounded not only in historic Catholic practice, but in the most recent papal teachings." ~Susan Benofly

Parish websites
Our Parent/Guardian Enrichment Sessions Continue
Second Semester… Please save the date…

Sunday morning, March 15, 2015  10:15-11:15 am

                                Dr. Jane E. Regan, Associate Professor of 
                                Theology and Religious Education at 
                                Boston College, will speak to us on  “The 
                                Stages of Faith Development”  based
                                upon James Fowler’s work.  

                                Knowing where your child is in his/her faith 
                                development journey will enable
                                parents/guardians/grandparents to relate to the child in age appropriate ways. Although Dr. Regan’s primary focus will be on children, she will present all stages of faith development through adulthood.  

This presentation promises to be most interesting and informative to all aged adults. Jane is the author of several books. She is especially interested in total community catechesis.