Celebration of the Priesthood 2021
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ.
The Archdiocese of Boston has celebrated the Priesthood on virtual on Sep 21st. Please support the priesthood and feel free to review it from the link below:
Fr. Joseph (Chunxiang) Zhang
Administrator, St. James the Greater Church in Boston's Chinatown
Easing COVID Restrictions per Archdiocese of Boston
As of May 29, 2021 masks are no longer required for vaccinated people in the State of Massachusetts. The State does advise that non-vaccinated people continue to wear masks.
It is understood that different people will be ready to take off their masks and sit near one another at different times. St James is prepared to accommodate those who are ready to take off their masks and sit near others, and those who are not.
Some people who are comfortable dropping social distancing may not yet be comfortable taking off their masks. Their choice is to be respected and please feel free to continue to wear masks as long as they like.
There is no longer a requirement for pre-registration before attending Mass.
Cardinal O’Malley has reinstated Sunday Mass obligation effective June 19. Parishioners can join our Masses at either 8 am or 10 am on Sundays. Live stream Mass has stopped. If a parishioner is feeling ill they should remain at home.
8 AM Mass in English has resumed
This Mass in English will be in Our Lady's Chapel. No livestreaming. Any additional changes will be announced as necessary.
St. James the Greater Church
125 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02111
in Boston Chinatown
Sunday Validated Parking: Entrance on Hudson St.
From Kneeland St. turn into Hudson St. towards Harvard St. Turn right into parking lot before Harvard St.
Cardinal O’Malley has reinstated Sunday Mass obligation effective June 19. Parishioners can join our Masses at either 8 am or 10 am on Sundays. Live stream Mass has stopped.
World Mission Sunday
Public Masses has resumed. Some in church religious activities have resumed.