Meet Our Priests

frmsgrstrahanMonsignor Francis V. Strahan
Pastor

Monsignor Strahan was appointed Pastor of St. Bridget’s Parish in 1983 by the late Cardinal Archbishop of Boston, Humberto Cardinal Medeiros. Prior to this appointment, Monsignor Strahan served on the faculty of St. John’s Seminary College and Theologate for some 18 years during which he taught Liturgy, Church Music and Homiletics. He also directed the famous St. John’s Seminary Choir. In addition to his present pastoral duties, he serves as an adjunct faculty member for Pope John XXIII Seminary for Delayed Vocations in Weston, Massachusetts. He continues to direct the Archdiocesan Papal Choir composed of some 35 voices, many of whom, with the original 300 voice choir, sang during the Mass celebrated by Pope John Paul II on the Boston Common in 1979. In April, 1998 Monsignor Strahan received the honor of Prelate of Honor of His Holiness, thereby conferring upon him the title Monsignor. Monsignor Strahan serves on a number of archdiocesan boards and is presently the Vicar for the Framingham Vicariate.

Part Time Assistants

Rev. George Brown

Rev. Frank Campo

Rev. Peter Shen

Deacon Alberto Gonzalez