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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