St. Charles Borromeo Parish was founded in 1909 and is one of the oldest parishes in Waltham, Massachusetts. The church is dedicated to Saint Charles Borromeo, who was one of the towering figures of the Catholic Reformation in the mid-1500s and a patron of learning and the arts. Known for his humility, personal sanctity, and unselfishness, his feast day is November 4th. St. Charles Borromeo Parish has a rich history as a welcoming community, and we honor this tradition today by serving many generations and diverse cultures. An active and vibrant parish, we recently have hosted such events as a 40-Hour Devotion and Exposition of the Blessed Eucharist, Women's Morning of Prayer, Tenebrae Service, Divine Mercy Sunday Rosary and Adoration, parish missions and the annual Blessing of the Animals on the weekend closest to the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi in October. Other activities include Sunday morning coffee socials, movie and sub supper nights, ice cream socials, a year-round sandwich-making program for Sandra's Lodge, bottle drives, our annual Christmas bazaar and more!
St Charles Borromeo RC Church