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Saturday: 4:30PM
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:

  • 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.


Due to the limited number of priests available for Mass we will begin our summer schedule this weekend.  We appreciate your understanding and ask that you please pass this information on.  Please continue to pray For Fr. Toomey and Fr. Thomas as they begin their new assignment in Melrose. 
Summer Mass Schedule: June 18 - September 4

Saturday: 4:30PM        Sunday: 7:30AM       9:00AM        11:00AM       5:00PM

Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Timothy & Courtney O'Brien on their marriage on June 25, 2016
On Saturday, June 18th, we celebrated the healing power of the Spirit of Jesus Christ in the Sacrament of the Sick. In the context of Mass, Fr. Makos, Fr. McLaughlin and Msgr. Fay laid hands on those seriously and/or chronically ill and those preparing for or recovering from surgery and anoint them with the Oil of the Sick which was blessed by Cardinal O’Malley on Tuesday of Holy Week. A luncheon followed in our Gathering Space. Click here for more pictures.....

This summer, July 11 through July 15 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., St. Agatha Parish will be sponsoring
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL for the children of the Parish who will be entering grades 1 to 5 in September, 2016.

Theme: Parachute with the Angels

Click here for more information and a registration form.....


The first grade daisy troop invited Fr. Makos to a meeting recently to help him get over his fear of bees Which he mentioned recently in a sermon.)  Michelle and Seb from Milton's Billion Backyard Bee Project came & spoke about being bee keepers. Seb is a teenager and it was great for the girls to learn from someone so young. Fr. Makos was a trooper and seemed to enjoy the meeting! 



One of St. Augustine’s most famous quotes is, “Our hearts are restless until they rest in you, O Lord.” These words often describe the spiritual angst that teenagers experience throughout their high school years. Every teen has the desire to achieve something great and to be someone great. We see this desire played out on social media daily. At a Steubenville Conference, teens will learn what it takes to be great in this life. Teens will come to experience a relationship with Christ that can radically transform everything in their life. The goal of every Steubenville Conference is for teens to open their hearts to Jesus Christ who desires their lives to be fulfilling, exciting, and joyful!
Steubenville Youth Conference hosts 23 conferences, each hosting between 2,500 to 5,000 teens!!! Do the math! This conference just a few short years ago was a heavy player in my own encounter with Jesus Christ. I will be taking a group of 25 teens to Steubenville East - July 15th-17th, 2016. If you want to take this chance to find out what your life is all about and how you were made for greatness, don’t let this opportunity pass.
Call or email me in the faith formation office.  Thank you!
~ Brian Pellicano

All participants in the Steubenville Youth Conference need to complete a STEUBENVILLE EAST 2016 LIABILITY
RELEASE FORM and a UMass Lowell Summer 2016 Residency Agreement form. Please click here to download the combined form and return it to the Young Church Ministry Office by May 15th....


For more information on the retreat, please visit the Steubenville Conference Website at:

We will be taking a group of our teens on this weekend of July 15th-17th, please click the Young Church Ministry tab on your left to find out why we are so excited about this experience and how to sign up! Thank you.
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St Agatha Plus! A 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.


Prayer for Peace     Pope John XXIII
Lord Jesus Christ, you are called the Prince of Peace, you are yourself our peace and reconciliation, who so often said, "Peace to you," grant us peace.
Make all men and women witnesses of truth, justice, and brotherly love.
Banish from their hearts whatever might endanger peace.
Enlighten our rulers that they may guarantee and defend the great gift of peace.
May all peoples on the earth become as brothers and sisters.
May longed-for peace blossom forth and reign always over us all.

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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.

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Whether you were baptized Catholic as a child or you’ve only recently decided to see what the Catholic Church is about, we are glad you are here.

Wherever you are in your faith journey, our desire is that the Catholics Come Home® Boston campaign and this website will help you discover—or re-discover—the Catholic faith.
Click here for more information for Catholics Come Home....

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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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