Music Ministry

The music ministry's CD "Songs from the Heart" is available as an .mp3 download.
Check it out here!

Adult Choir

is composed of 25 members, and serves the parish community from September through June. The adult choir sings weekly at the 10am Mass, with rehearsals on Wednesday evenings from 7:30pm to 9:30pm. The choir sings for the major festival and sacramental celebrations of the parish. For the past six years, the adult choir also has participated in the annual All Souls Concert to benefit the Theological Institute at St. John's Seminary in Brighton.



are the leaders of the assembly's song. They minister at all weekend Masses and sacramental celebrations.

Children's Choir

is open to all children in grades 3-8. They sing on the first Sunday of the month at the Sunday 10am Mass with the adult choir and rehearse Wednesday afternoons from 2:30 to 3:30 pm in the choir loft. We are proud members of the Choristers Guild, an international association of children's choirs!

ChoirChime Ensemble

You say you're interested in music ministry but can't sing? We have an opportunity for you! Join our group to add a sparkle to our music with our 4 octave set of Malmark ChoirChimes. You don't have to sing, or even be able to read music (we'll teach you what you need to know). Chimes produce a bell-like quality that enhances our choral and instrumental music.


We are looking for instrumentalists to play at Sunday Mass. You don't have to be a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, but just have an adequate performance level of an instrument. You play an orchestral instrument? Great! You play drums? We can use your talents too! In fact, all instruments are welcome. To become involved or for more information, contact the parish office.

Annual Children's Choir Fest

Now in its thirteenth year, Choir Fest is a week of music, fun, food and learning, which ends with a performance and a sundae party! Led by parish music staff and education professionals.

The Organs

Sacred Heart Parish is blest with not one, but two pipe organs! Click here for the organ specifications.


The musical tradition of the universal Church is a treasure of inestimable value, greater even than that of any other art. The main reason for this preeminence is that, as sacred song bound to the text, it forms a necessary or integral part of the solemn liturgy.

Holy Scripture itself has bestowed praise upon sacred song, and the same may be said of the Fathers of the Church and of the Roman pontiffs, who in recent times, led by St. Pius X, have explained more precisely the ministerial function supplied by sacred music in the service of the Lord.

Therefore sacred music will be the more holy the more closely it is joined to the liturgical rite, whether by adding delight to prayer, fostering oneness of spirit, or investing the rites with greater solemnity. But the Church approves of all forms of genuine art possessing the qualities required and admits them into divine worship.

-#112, Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy

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