Blue Hills Collaborative

The Catholic Parishes of Most Precious Blood, St. Anne, and St. Pius X

Welcome!

The Blue Hills Collaborative of the Archdiocese of Boston, includes and supports the parishes of:

- Most Precious Blood, Hyde Park,
​- St. Anne, Dedham/Readville, and 
- St. Pius X, Hyde Park/Milton

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Our Mission: "We, the faith community of the Blue Hills Collaborative, are committed to reflecting God’s unconditional love for all."


Parish News

 

Bible Study - 02/21/2018

Back by popular demand! "Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible" Began 1/10 at 7 pm at the Collaborative Center. Free and open to all. For more information, or to sign-up for optional workbook, click here: Read more

Centering Prayer & Lectio-Divina - 02/21/2018

This popular Advent program is returning by popular demand during Lent! Join us for 5 consecutive Wednesday evenings at 7 pm starting February 21 and learn new ways to deepen your prayer experience. Read more

Protecting God's Children Workshop - 02/25/2018

All new volunteers must attend a Protecting God's Children Workshop once. The purpose is to enlist your help in keeping our parishes safe for children and vulnerable adults. Our next workshop is 2/25 at 1 pm at the Collaborative Center. Read more

New Eucharistic Ministers Training - 02/27/2018

Anyone interested in becoming an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion in order to help distribute communion during Mass, or as part of our Outreach to the Homebound program, is invited to sign up to attend either of two upcoming training sessions. Read more

Adult Confirmation Opportunity - 03/06/2018

Out of high school and regret never receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation? Join our 4-week Adult Confirmation program and finally receive the sacrament on April 27th. Read more

2018 Catholic Appeal - 03/11/2018

The Annual Catholic Appeal will take place on the weekend of March 10-11 in all the parishes of the Archdiocese. Your generosity helps sponsor many wonderful programs. For more information and to review the goals for each of our parishes: Read more

Why Catholic? Returns!

Why Catholic? small, faith-sharing communities return this week and run weekly until Holy Week: Tues: Fuller Village, 3 PM; Wed: MPB, 5 PM; Thurs: Collaborative Center, 6 PM. Please drop in! For more information: Read more

Confirmation Program Food Drive

The Teens and Parents of our Confirmation Program are conducting a food drive to support the Hyde Park Food Pantry. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. For details: Read more

Two Lenten Speakers

2/19: 7 pm St. Pius X: “New Evangelization: Proposing the Encounter with the Lord," Fr. Paul Soper, and 2/26: 7 pm St Anne: "Women at the Table of the Lord," Dr. Ernest Collamati. Read more

Last Altar Server Training Until Fall

2/18 following 9 am MPB Mass, 2/25 following 9 am St Anne Mass, and 2/25 following St Pius X Mass. To register your child, click here: Read more

Reconciliation During Lent

The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available from 6:30 - 7:30 pm every Wednesday during Lent. For dates and places, click here: Read more

Stations of the Cross

Every Friday during Lent at 4:30 pm. For dates and places, click here: Read more

Inclement Weather Policy (Snow Days)

For information on our new policies regarding delays and cancellations due to snow and other inclement weather, please click here: Read more

Steubenville NYC Youth Conference

Parishioners in grades 8-12 are invited to join our Youth Ministry group in New York City this summer for Steubie NYC. For more information: Read more

What is the Exsultet?

Read about the Exsultet, the first major section of the annual Easter Vigil celebration, proclaimed annually by Daniel Smith during our Easter Vigil. This year, the Easter Vigil will be held at MPB. Read more

The Rat Pack Coming to the BHC! - 04/21/2018

See the Rat Pack perform in Readville! Tickets are $30 each and go on sale, March 1. For more information: Read more

 

 

 

Religious Ed

Event Calendar

Maps and Directions

 

 

Upcoming Events
 

Feb 18

Confirmation Food Drive - All Masses

All Day

Confirmation Food Drive - All Masses
Time: All Day
Location: All three parishes
  Bring non-perishable food to Mass to support the Hyde Park Food Pantry.
Feb 18

New Altar Server Training - MPB

Sunday, 9:45 AM

New Altar Server Training - MPB
Time: Sunday, 9:45 AM
Location: Most Precious Blood Parish - 25 Maple Street Hyde Park MA 02136
  No Description Available
Feb 18

Hospitality - St. Pius X

Sunday, 11:30 AM

Hospitality - St. Pius X
Time: Sunday, 11:30 AM
Location: Most Precious Blood Lower Church Hall - 25 Maple Street Hyde Park MA 02136
  No Description Available
Feb 18

Baptism - St. Anne

Sunday, 1:00 PM

Baptism - St. Anne
Time: Sunday, 1:00 PM
Location: St. Anne Parish - 90 W. Milton Street Readville MA 02136
  Fr. Coyne: February, April, June, August Fr. Charles: January, March, May, July
Feb 18

Adoration du Saint Sacrement

Sunday, 7:00 PM

Adoration du Saint Sacrement
Time: Sunday, 7:00 PM
Location: Most Precious Blood Chapel - 25 Maple Street Hyde Park MA 02136
  No Description Available
Feb 18

Adoration du Saint Sacrement

Sunday, 7:00 PM

Adoration du Saint Sacrement
Time: Sunday, 7:00 PM
Location: Most Precious Blood Parish - 25 Maple Street Hyde Park MA 02136
  No Description Available
Feb 18

Jeune et Priere

Sunday, 7:00 PM

Jeune et Priere
Time: Sunday, 7:00 PM
Location: Most Precious Blood Chapel - 25 Maple Street Hyde Park MA 02136
  No Description Available
Feb 19

Lenten Speaker Fr. Paul Soper

Monday, 7:00 PM

Lenten Speaker Fr. Paul Soper
Time: Monday, 7:00 PM
Location: St. Pius X Parish - 101 Wolcott Road Milton MA 02186
  “New Evangelization: Proposing the Encounter with the Lord"
Feb 19

Ste. Famille de Fatima

Monday, 7:00 PM

Ste. Famille de Fatima
Time: Monday, 7:00 PM
Location: Most Precious Blood Lower Church Hall - 25 Maple Street Hyde Park MA 02136
  No Description Available
Feb 20

Why Catholic?

Tuesday, 3:00 PM

Why Catholic?
Time: Tuesday, 3:00 PM
Location: Fuller Village, A-102
  No Description Available
 

Welcome!

To visitors to our parishes, to those who have recently moved into the area, and to those who feel comfortable and nourished here—welcome to all. And, regardless of your status in the Church, your marital state, your ethnicity, your prior religious experience, your personal history, background or sexual orientation, please know that you are accepted and respected at the parishes of the Blue Hills Collaborative. We are an intentionally inclusive community welcoming all of the many people who make up our diverse neighborhoods. We are dedicated to service, action, and compassion. Because our lives are nourished by the Eucharist, we strive to build vibrant parish communities that develop and strengthen our faith and worship.

If you have not done so already, please take a moment to introduce yourself to our priests and register as a member of one of our parishes.

 


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