Dominican Sisters of Peace 1 Rosary Dr, Watertown, MA02472 In 2009 this Roman Catholic convent, previously part of the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine, became the…More Dominican Sisters of Peace. The sisters support ministries and programs in Watertown and Boston. The convent is also associated with a preschool and a senior housing complex on the same site.
Catholic Television 34 Chestnut St, Watertown, MA02472 CatholicTV is produced and broadcast from a building tucked behind St. Patrick's Church. The network started in the…More 1950's under Archbishop Cushing. Programs includes coverage of the Pope, Catholic programming from around the country and programming produced in the Boston area. Daily Mass is shown at 9:30 a.m. The network can be seen across the country.
Sacred Heart Church 770 Mt Auburn St, Watertown, MA02472 This Roman Catholic parish was founded in 1893. Sacred Heart holds Masses seven days a week, with three services on…More Sunday. Confessionals are heard Saturdays and baptisms are held monthly. Sacred Heart also provides a variety of religious education classes.
Rosary Academy Learning Center 2 Rosary Dr, Watertown, MA02472 The Rosary Academy Learning Center sits in a school building in a quiet residential neighborhood. The Catholic preschool…More runs a program that runs from morning to evening. Students can attend two to five days a week. The preschool is sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace.
St. Patrick's Parish 26 Chestnut St, Watertown, MA02472 This Roman Catholic parish was founded in 1847, and mass has been held in the church on Chestnut Street since 1906. St.…More Patrick's holds mass everyday, including three services on Sundays. The church has a choir service on Sundays. St. Patrick's is also home to a food pantry, open on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The history of Ancient Order of Hibernians dates back to 1836 in New York and Pennsylvania. Members must be men 16…More years and older who are practicing Roman Catholics of Irish birth or descent and who are citizens of United States or who have declared their intentions to become U.S. citizens. The club strives to foster and preserve the art, dance music and sports from Ireland. There is an organization for women, Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, which also meets at the hall.
Hibernian Hall is also available to rent as a banquet facility, accommodating up to 200 people.