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Sunday: 7:30AM
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   Saint Agatha Parish is a Christian Community of Catholics from Milton, Quincy and beyond whose
   mission is to demonstrate love by:

  1. Proclaiming and celebrating God’s presence on earth.
  2. Being open and welcoming to all.
  3. Reaching out to our sisters and brothers near and far.
  4. Providing opportunities for prayer, service, education and recreation.

St. Rock Update!

"On last Sunday at the 5:00pm Mass, Lourdina, a young girl from Haiti, received a special blessing as she was preparing to go home to St. Rock, Haiti. Lourdina has been treated at the Mass General Hospital for heart ailments. Many people from our parish have been very generous in their support of Lourdina and also the St. Rock Foundation. I look forward to returning to St. Rock in November. I will be joined by a number of people from our parish. As we get closer to this journey I will let you know what I'll need to fill my suitcases." Fr. Casey
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Young Church Ministry

Junior High Faith Formation and Junior High Activities at St. Agatha Parish
The opening Junior High Dance at St. Agatha Parish for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders is on September 26th from 7pm-9pm in the gym. Parents must attend the Parent Meeting prior to the dance at 6:30pm in the gym to receive a schedule for all of the dances and other social events. The dances are open to all junior high students. Admission is $8.00 – bottle water is FREE. Candy and soda will be sold for $1.00. No back packs or cell phones allowed into the dance. They can be checked at the door. Email Mary Sheedy with any questions –

Opening Faith Formation Session at St. Agatha Parish for Grades 7-8 students and their parents – Tuesday, September 30th at 7:30pm – upper Church.
Opening Faith Formation Session at St. Agatha Parish for Grade 6 students and their parents – Wednesday, October 1st at 7:30pm – Chapel.
Confirmation Process at St. Agatha Parish

Grade 9 “Opening Conversations” for students and parents at St. Agatha Parish is on September 21st from 4pm-5pm in the gym.
First class for Grade 9 students registered in the Confirmation process at St. Agatha Parish is October 5th from 6pm-8pm in the Gathering Space, pizza included. Complete schedule for classes can be found on the website under “Young Church Ministry.”
Grade 11 “Ending Conversations” for students and parents at St. Agatha Parish is on September 14th from 4pm-5pm in the gym  
Complete schedules for these two processes can be found on the website under “Young Church Ministry.”

Barretts Haunted House is scheduled for October 3, 2014. The cost is $30. The bus is leaving St. Agatha Parking Lot at 5:45am and will return between 9:30pm – 10:00pm. Click here to download a permission slip. The “Permission Slip” must be returned to the Rectory by September 19, 2014. Please put this slip together with your $30 in an envelope with Mary Sheedy’s name on it when you drop it off at the rectory. Please get your money and your “Permission Slip” in asap. First Come, First Served! Email Mary Sheedy with any questions –
Get Involved Although the body has many parts, it is one body. We, though many, are one body in Christ. We are the Church. Not a building. Not the staff of the parish, not the hierarchy alone --- all of us together are Church and all of us must respond to the Holy Spirit and build the Kingdom of God. Give some thought and prayer to trying one of the parish ministries if you are not involved already. Click here for a list of ministries. It will benefit you, it will benefit us as a community and it will spread the Good News.

Permanent Diaconate – Information and Inquiry Sessions

If you are discerning God’s possible call to serve the Church as a minister of charity, word, and sacrament as an ordained Deacon in the Archdiocese of Boston, you and your wife are invited to take part in the upcoming Inquirer program.  The program consists of four meetings:  three evening informational sessions to be held at the Pastoral Center in Braintree (66 Brooks Drive) on Tuesday October 7, 2014 7:00-8:30pm (Topic:  Who is the Deacon and am I called?), Tuesday October 14, 2014 7:00-8:30pm (Topic: How does diaconate ministry fit into marriage and family life?), and Tuesday November 4, 2014 7:00-8:30pm (Topic: The Application Process and Formation Experience), as well as a half-day discernment retreat to be held on Saturday November 15, 2014 (location TBA) from 9:00AM – 1:00PM (with lunch provided).  Those who are interested in the Diaconate are strongly encouraged to attend all four events along with their wives.  Please contact the Permanent Diaconate Office ( to sign up or for more information.   The next group to be admitted into formation will begin classes in September 2015 at the Theological Institute for the New Evangelization in Brighton.  Our Church is global and multicultural and so we actively seek men for the diaconate from our many ethnic communities in the Archdiocese.  Academic classes are offered in English, however we can offer some support for those for whom English is not the primary language.  We also offer some academic courses in Spanish every four years, with the next such option beginning in September 2018.

St Agatha Plus

St Agatha Plus! A brand new way for you to access the St. Agatha community at any time of day or night: 24/7/365. Watch videos on topics of your choice to explore the vitality and beauty of living the Catholic faith. We have a special section for Lent and many topics of interest to you at whatever your stage of life. We have much more room for more topics! As you go through the offerings, tell us what we should add! Email to give suggestions or to even become a contributing editor. We would love more story ideas, photos, videos etc.

Do you have questions? Answers to frequently asked questions are available on

Naturally, if you have further questions, we are here for you. We are very grateful for Father Casey, who has been a good Shepherd as our pastor and we look forward to welcoming Father Kiely.
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Because the US Catholic Bishops have stated that “Catholic social teaching is a central and essential element of our faith.”, St. Agatha Parish has a secondary Facebook Page dedicated to the ways we put our faith into action.


A few years ago, Pat Kelleher from St Mary of the Hills Parish  and Jim Burke from St Agatha Parish, teamed up to put flesh on a vision they both had  whereby the  Catholic Parishes located in Milton and that served Quincy as well, would reach out to those living in these communities on a neighbor to neighbor basis.  They need your assistance.
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Saint Agatha Parish is a Christian Community of Catholics from Milton, Quincy and beyond whose mission is to demonstrate love by:

  • Proclaiming and celebrating God’s presence on earth.
  • Being open and welcoming to all.
  • Reaching out to our sisters and brothers near and far.
  • Providing opportunities for prayer, service, education and recreation.








St. Agatha Parish
432 Adams Street / Milton, MA 02186
Telephone: 617-698-2439 / Fax: 617-698-1517


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