Church and Rectory
70 West Main Street
Westborough, MA 01581
Handicapped Parking Available

Parish Center
1 Ruggles Street
Westborough, MA 01581

Lord's Day Masses

Saturday: 5 PM, and in Espaņol 7 PM

Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9 AM,
11 AM and 6:30 PM

Weekday Masses
Monday - Friday: 9 AM Saturday: 8 AM

Holy Day Masses
7 AM, 12:10 PM, 7:30 PM

Weekdays after 9AM Mass

Monday Evenings at 7 PM
Marian Movement of Priests Prayer Cenacle

Exposition and Adoration
Tuesdays after 9:00 AM Mass to
6:30 PM Benediction

Latest Sunday Bulletin

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St. Luke the Evangelist is a parish in the
Diocese of Worcester, MA

Welcome to Saint Luke The Evangelist Parish - Westborough, MA

St. Luke the Evangelist Parish is a Roman Catholic community in the Diocese of Worcester. We strive to learn, teach and joyfully live the fullness of our Faith and serve God and our neighbors in charity and truth. We faithfully celebrate the Sacraments, pray together as a community and give generously of our time, talent and treasure to live and promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our daily lives.

Please visit the various areas of our web site to learn about Saint Luke's staff, activities and ministries.

St. Luke's Lenten Programs and Liturgies

In our busy world, Lent is a reminder that we can begin anew and try harder to live our faith. Lent provides us with a wonderful opportunity to grow in our relationship with God, by praying more deeply, experiencing sorrow for what we have done and failed to do, and being generous to those in need. The ashes on Ash Wednesday remind us of our death, it’s true, but they do that only to assure us of the new life that is ours for the asking.

St. Luke’s offers many opportunities to grow in our relationship with God, and we invite you to find a way that speaks to your heart. Mass is celebrated during the week (Monday-Friday) at 9:00am. Set time aside on Tuesday for meditation and prayer with the Blessed Sacrament.

Click for complete Lenten Calendar

Lenten Guidelines for Fast & Abstinence

 Abstinence from meat is to be observed by all Catholics 14 years of age and older on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all Fridays of Lent.

Fasting is to be observed by all Catholics who are 18 years of age but not yet 59 years of age on Ash Wednesday & Good Friday. One full meal and two smaller meals are permitted, but eating solid foods between meals is not permitted.

Take the Sabbath Challenge on the six Sundays in Lent
February 18, 25 March 4, 11, 18, 25

Go to Mass with your family, Share a Sunday meal together, Stay away from the Mall,
Who knows, it might change your life.

18th Annual Diocesan Catholic Men's Conference
Saturday, March 17th - Assumption College

Hear dynamic talks from outstanding Catholic leaders: Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Robert Rogers, Elvis Grbac, Ryan Tremblay and Fr. David Cavanaugh.   Bishops and diocesan and religious priests will hear confessions. Bishop McManus will offer Mass.

For a Conference brochure, further information, or registration, call 508-929-4345. Visit our website - - for information and ticket purchases.

Operation Rice Bowl

This Lent, our faith community will be joining millions of Catholics across the country by participating in CRS’ Operation Rice Bowl. Your family is invited to pick up a Rice Bowl packet in the vestibule of the church and join in this simple yet powerful Lenten practice.

Catholic Relief Services’ Operation Rice Bowl invites us to pray with our families and faith communities, fast in solidarity with those who are hungry, learn about our brothers and sisters around the world, and give sacrificial contributions to help those in need. Visit for additional resources to use at home.
The Lent 2018 40 Days for Life campaign will run from Ash Wednesday, February 14th  to Palm Sunday, March 25th.

Please consider praying for the daily prayer intention found at as part of your Lenten observance.

Soup and Stations On Friday, March 2

There will be special Stations of the Cross devotions. We will begin in the Church at 6:00pm with the Stations of the Cross. A Lenten soup supper will follow in the Parish Hall. The Soup & Stations evenings are geared to families with children, but are open to the whole parish.

Evening of Reflection -Women of St, Luke's
Thursday, March 22 - 7:00 PM

Mass in the Church followed by a guest speaker at the Parish Hall, light refreshments will be served.This is a beautiful gift to give to yourself during Lent.

Eucharistic Adoration
Tuesdays, 9:30am - 6:30pm

Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3:00PM.

Reconciliation 5:45-6:15 PM

Prayer for Sanctity of Life at 6:00PM.

Adoration Music at 6:10PM

Benediction at 6:30PM

Environmental Stewardship

Would you like to learn more about Catholic teaching on how we should care for Creation? The Environmental Stewardship Ministry will be conducting an adult study group to explore the encyclical Laudato Si: On Care of Our Common Home.

We will provide a student study guide to support facilitated discussions on this complex topic. We will discuss the social justice implications of pollution and the challenges of meeting the goals of a prospering economy while protecting the environment. The program will be at the Parish Center starting on Tuesday February 13th at 7:30-8:30PM and will continue every Tuesday through Lent.

A diversity of perspectives and backgrounds will enrich our discussion. To sign up or ask questions please email or call Pete Dunbeck – / 781-856-8962 . If you would like to participate but this time slot does not work, please send an email to be put on a list for future sessions.

Enrich your Lenten Meditation with a spiritual study on... 

Sin separates us from the love of God, but the practice of virtue can restore right relationship with Him. This Lent we shall journey from sin to sanctity with Bishop Robert Barron’s spiritual study on the Seven Deadly Sins and their corresponding virtues. Bishop Barron is the acclaimed author and theologian who wrote and produced the popular series on Catholicism seen during Lent here at St. Luke’s several years ago.

This program meets Wednesday, evenings 7:00-9:00pm and Thursday, mornings 9:30-11:30am in the Parish Hall, facilitated by Sharon Wilkins .  For more detail on dates and  a link to the study guide please see the bulletin.

Explore the Sacrament of Reconciliation

A five week program that will explore why the Catholic Church encourages the use of the sacrament of reconciliation; how to go yourself if it has been a long time, and an opportunity to ask questions.

Using “Formed” – our Parish Spiritual Formation Website- as our starting point- each week we will watch a 30 minute video and then allow for discussion and questions. All Sessions are Tuesday Evenings, beginning February 13 through March 13, 7:00 – 8:00 pm in room 23 of the Parish Center.

Julie Basque, Pastoral Assoc., will be our facilitator. For more information or to register (space is limited to 14) please call 508-366-8509, ext. 4 or email Julie at

Lenten Book Group - The Passion and the Cross
by Ronald Rolheiser

(5 week series)
When: Thursday, February 22 through Thursday, March 22 Time: 7:00pm — 8:30pm
Place: Maria & Bob Gasser 18 Mountain View Drive
The Passion and the Cross, written by Fr. Ronald Rolheiser offers a series of meditations on the central mystery of our faith, and invites us to a new understanding of redemption, suffering and loss.
Please call Maria at 508-366-5502 if you are interested.

Stations of the Cross

There will be Stations of the Cross every Friday after the 9:00 AM mass

Sacrament of Reconcialiation

We will have a Parish Reconciliation Service on Wednesday, March 21st at 7:30 pm. In addition, there will be opportunities for the sacrament of Reconciliation on Tuesdays betwen 5:45 -6:15 PM as well as Saturdays 4:00-4:45 PM and by personal request.

The stained glass window depicting Saint Luke is located in the vestibule of the church.