Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston - List of Pastoral Regions

List of Pastoral Regions

The Archdiocese of Boston is divided into five pastoral regions, each headed by an episcopal vicar.

Pastoral Region Episcopal vicar Location Parishes Notable parishes Catholic institutions of higher education High schools Elementary schools Hospitals Cemeteries
Central Robert Francis Hennessey Boston (all neighborhoods), Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville, Winthrop center;">64 Cathedral, the Mission Church, Our Lady of Czestochowa Boston College, Emmanuel College, Labouré College, Our Lady of Grace Seminary (Boston), St. John's Seminary 6 29 St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Carney Hospital 8
Merrimack Arthur M. Coyle, V.E. northern portion of Essex County and the northeastern portion of Middlesex County 49 Holy Trinity Parish, Lowell Merrimack College 3 (TBD) Saints Memorial Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital 4
North Peter John Uglietto southern portion of Essex County 64 St. John the Baptist Parish, Salem Marian Court College 4 6 (?) none 11
South John Anthony Dooher Plymouth County and most of Norfolk County 59 Stonehill College 3 (TBD) Good Samaritan Medical Center 3
West Walter James Edyvean southern portion of Middlesex County and the western portion of Norfolk County 67 Regis College 3 11 Norwood Hospital 7

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