We continually strive to be a present, relevant parish, grounded in a rich Catholic tradition.

Saint Cecilia is open and welcoming to all people, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background. Grounded in the principles of Catholic Social Teaching, Saint Cecilia is a place where all are supported and challenged, and the Gospel is lived out in our community in a variety of ways.

Regular Mass Schedule


5:00 p.m. – In-person


8:00 a.m. – In-person
9:30 a.m. – In-person & Livestream
11:30 a.m. – In-person
6:00 p.m. – In-person*

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

8:00 a.m. – In-person

*Our 6:00 p.m. Mass runs from after Labor Day to the first Sunday in May.

Did you know?

Registered Households From 169 Towns

Around 350 new households register with the parish each year. Registration helps the parish connect with the community and meet your needs. Are you registered?

People Celebrate Mass Each Weekend

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we worship. Prior to COVID, 1,350 people would come to Saint Cecilia for Mass each weekend. Now over 8,000 people view our livestream throughout the week, and roughly 1,000 people attend in person.

Active Ministries and Committees

Most of our ministries and committees are coordinated and lead by parishioners like you. Are you looking for more ways to get involved? 

Students Enrolled in Faith Formation

Faith formation at Saint Cecilia is for everyone—children, youth, and adults. We offer a variety of programming and opportunities to help accompany people as they grow in their Catholic faith.

Pastoral Visits Annually by Our CARES Ministers

The parish CARES ministry is one of the many ways parishioners accompany one another through pastoral support

People Attend Mass at Christmas and Easter

You can always find details about upcoming liturgical celebrations on our homepage.

Parish Accessibility

The church building is fully accessible by elevator at both the street level entrance on Belvidere Street (at the front of the building), and at the entrance on the corner of St. Cecilia Street and Scotia Street (the left side of the building).

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