Mass coordinators, Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist, Ushers, and all other volunteers who help enhance our liturgies.
Parish Pastoral Council
The Parish Pastoral Council
shares with the Pastor a role of leadership in identifying the pastoral
needs of the parish and in the building up of the Body of Christ by
welcoming God's faithful in a caring, Christian community. The Council
consists of thirteen ordinary members elected by the parish, as well
as ex-officio members. The administration of parish
activities is coordinated through Standing Committees including,
Liturgy, Christian Education, Parish and Community Life, and Social
Action. St. Mary's parishioners interested in becoming a Council
member should contact the Pastor as well as submit a resume.
members of the Council include Rev. Ron Coyne (Pastor/Chairperson), Sheila Campbell ’01 (Vice-Chairperson), Madeline Brennan ’08, Bob Tripp ’08 (Finance Council Rep.), Jason Adams ’08 (Young Adult Rep.), Fiona Bruce-Baiden (Youth Rep.), Nick St. Louis (Youth Rep.), Patricia Abbett ’01, Catherine Caddigan ’10, Tom & Jackie Dugan’02, Shirley Delvecchio’04, Vilma Gonzalez ’08, Tricia Hennessey ’10, Joyce Rodriquez ’10, Cheryl Singleton ’08, Jean DesLouches, Norma Rance ’12, Frank Gates ‘12
Meeting Minutes -- April 11, 2013
Parish Finance Council
The mission of the Parish Finance Council is to perform as a consultative
body of the faithful to assist the Pastor/Administrator in the
administration of the Temporal Goods of the parish, such as overseer
of (a) financial budgets,
(b) all income, (c) expenses, both operational and
capital, (d) reports to parishioners and the Archdiocese, (e) human
resources, and (f) property management.
Finance Council Members: Rev. Ronald Coyne, (Pastor/Chairperson), Bob Trip, Bob O’Connor, Jim Ducey, Jim Sylvestre, Marie Louise Greenidge, Joe Sheehan, (Business Manager) Vilma Gonzalez
Every other Friday morning the staff of St. Mary Parish, along with Father Coyne, Father Barry and Deacon Jim Eames meets to discuss past, current and future events that impact the parish. We find that this form of communication allows us to make informative judgments and decisions as well as it allows us to creatively think of events that will bring joy, peace and well being to the spiritual, physical and financial development of the parish.
The goal of the music ministry is to enhance
the weekend and special liturgies wth inspirational and uplifting music.
We have an Adult Choir that ministers through their singing at the
10:00 a.m. Mass every Sunday (formal choir September - May and informal
choir June - August). Our repetoire consists of a wide variety of music
ranging from contemporary praise songs to classical choral works. New
members age 15 & up are always welcome. Rehearsals are on Wednesday
evening from 7-8:30 from September through May. For more information,
please see Felicia Kopelman-Hayes after any of the Masses, or call
the Parish Center at (781) 963-4141.
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
The St. Vincent de Paul conference at St. Mary Parish is comprised of a group of people who have come together in an effort to serve the local Randolph community members who are in need. They meet on a quarterly basis to strategize on how best to meet the needs of the community.
The current members include:
Rev. Ron Coyne, Deacon Jim Eames, Joe LaMarco,
Joe & Alta Salmeri,
Marie Louise Greenidge,
Josephine St. Cyr Saieh,
Mary Ellen Martin, Peg Mulligan, Frank Finnell,
Jeff & Jodi Raymond,
Maita Vert Crocker,
Max St. Louis,
and Peter Awasung.
St. Mary Senior Council
The Senior Council is an active group who like to get together, normally on the 1st Friday of each month, to enjoy each other’s company as well as keep each other informed on the various issues & topics of the day. It is a non-denominational group, which meets monthly from 1-3:00pm. The official meeting follows the 12:10 Mass at St. Mary’s church. The meetings, which run from October through May, always have lunch followed by a speaker, or by bingo or some other form of entertainment. Occasionally, the members will travel locally to a retreat center for the day. There is an annual registration fee of $15. For additional information please call Dot @ 781-963-4466.
Senior Council members include: Dot & Jim Sullivan, Jean Hartley, Madeline Brennan, Vivian Basseth and Helen Tolland. Dot Sullivan is the Chairperson of the council.
Knowledge Tree Pre-School
Haitian Prayer Group
This committee oversees and plans various events throughout the year, and provides hospitality whenever requested.