Arrangements for Baptism should be made at least one month in advance. To schedule, please visit the Parish Office or call 212-749-0276, ext 110 for more information. Baptisms are celebrated in French on the first Sunday of the month. English on the second Saturday and Spanish on the third Saturday of the month. Parents and godparents are asked to participate in a Baptism Preparation Program prior to their child's Baptism.

Beginning in June, 2021, English & Spanish Baptisms will be celebrated on Saturdays at 1:00 pm.

Eucharistic Adoration


The Sacrament of Reconciliation is celebrated on Fridays from 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM and 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM, Saturdays from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM in English, Spanish and French, or anytime by appointment through the Parish Office.

The Sacrament of Marriage

Congratulations on your engagement! The staff of Holy Name of Jesus-St Gregory is glad for the opportunity to assist you in your preparation for and celebration of the Sacrament of Christian Marriage.

Always keep in mind the sacramental nature of your wedding as you prepare for its celebration. Together with the Christian community, you will be celebrating your love and commitment in Christ.

To schedule your wedding and/or register for our Marriage Preparation Program, please call the Parish Office at least six months prior to your anticipated dates. Please Click Here for a copy of our Information Guide for Weddings at Holy Name of Jesus - St Gregory the Great Parish.

Sacrament of the Sick

If you or a loved one is ill or hospitalized, please contact the Parish Office to arrange for home, convalescent or hospital visitation for the Sacrament of the Sick.


The Church through its funeral rites commends the dead to God’s merciful love and pleads for the forgiveness of their sins. At the funeral rites, especially at the celebration of the Eucharistic sacrifice, the Christian community affirms and expresses the union of the Church on earth with the Church in heaven in the one great communion of saints. Though separated from the living, the dead are still at one with the community of believers on earth and benefit from their prayers and intercession. At the rite of final commendation and farewell, the community acknowledges the reality of separation and commends the deceased to God. In this way it recognizes the spiritual bond that still exists between the living and the dead and proclaims its belief that all the faithful will be raised up and reunited in the new heavens and a new earth, where death will be no more. ~Order of Christian Funerals, 6

Holy Name of Jesus-St. Gregory the Great is most eager to provide pastoral care for families experiencing the death of a loved one. Ordinarily arrangements for funeral services are made through a local funeral parlor of the family’s choice. Planning for the Liturgy of Resurrection, including the scripture readings and music, is made by contacting the Parish Office (212) 749-0276 ext. 112