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    “Do Your Job: Be a Saint” is a Three-Night Retreat presented by Mark Daley. Join us at St. Mary Church from 7:00 - 8:30 pm on the following evenings... Monday, February 26: The Call to Sainthood: Am I Really Called to be a Saint?... Tuesday, February 27: The Picture of Sainthood: What’s it Look Like to be a Saint?... Wednesday, February 28: The Path to Sainthood: How do I Become a Saint?

  • CATHOLIC MORALITY: Presented by Fr. Brian

    Join us on three consective Monday evenings... March 12, 19, 26… from 7 - 8 pm  at St. John's. Catholic Morality is not about right and wrong action; rather, it is about a particular relationship and the world view of that relationship. The relationship we are speaking of is one with Jesus Christ, He in whom we are called to center our very lives. This relationship creates a world view which should inform and form every word we speak, every action we take, and every decision we make.  Join Fr. Brian as he explains that Catholic Morality can only be lived out when we understand that relationship, what it means to us, and the world view it creates.

  • GOOD FRIDAY: Teen-Led Stations of the Cross at St. Mary

    Celebrate Good Friday (March 30th at 3:00 pm) with our popular and well-loved Teen-Led Stations of the Cross devotion at St. Mary’s. Over the years, we have had much success with this devotion. As we celebrate this particular version of the Stations on Good Friday at the hour of our Lord’s death, 3:00 pm, the reality of the impact of His great sacrifice is felt even more profoundly.


Other News...


    JOIN US ON THURSDAY, MARCH 8th… 7:00 pm at St. Mary Church Parish Hall  when we will be joined by Jeffrey Bourgeois, an Assistant Attorney General with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office; Beatrice Fernando, founder of the Nivasa Foundation; and a Sri Lankan survivor of human trafficking herself. Join us as we learn more about how labor trafficking affects our own community, the international dimensions of labor trafficking, and what is what is being done and what needs to be done to address this issue.