COVID-19 Updates



During this unprecedented time of disruption, fear, and uncertainty,

Father Gerald and his staff are working hard to find creative ways to bring meaningful online worship and opportunities for personal connection.

Although we are faced with some significant limitations,

we believe this is an opportunity for us to do more, not less.


Celebration of Mass

While you've been adjusting to your new normal at home, we've made a few adjustments here. 
Weekend Masses, Daily Mass and Daily Holy Hour are available exclusively online and on demand. 

Simply visit our homepage, click the arrow button. If we are not broadcasting at that moment, a "previous broadcasts" button will appear. You may choose which service you wish to view. 

Mass Schedule

Weekend of March 29. A private Mass will be broadcast live on Sunday at 10AM. It will be rebroadcast following our regular Sunday schedule - 12PM and 5:30PM. You may watch on our website or Facebook page

To follow along with the Mass, please download our Worship Aid.

Daily Mass: A private Mass will be celebrated each morning at 9AM and broadcast on our website and Facebook page. 

For faith-based ideas to practice at home, please visit our spiritual resource page. 

Coffee and Connection

Join us 11 AM Sunday morning following the 10 AM Mass via Zoom. 

We're using Zoom technology which we've found to be the most user-friendly. 

It's best to log on via a computer, not your phone. 

Simply click on the link below and follow instructions. 


Lucy Prunier has graciously offered to field technical questions. 508.988.0338

Prayer Requests

Father Gerald and our Prayer team will pray for you or with you during this uncertain time. 

Prayer Request

Small Groups 

Small groups are one of the most important ways that people connect and grow in their faith together. Staying connected with one another is more important than ever. Please contact Mary Wessel at if you are interested in forming or joining a group. 

Archdiocese Directives

  • Cardinal Seán has issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass during this time.
  • We will not be distributing palms on Palm Sunday to ensure the virus cannot be further transmitted. 
  • Given the limitations around grocery shopping and meal preparation, Cardinal Seán is dispensing all Catholics in the Archdiocese from the obligation of abstaining from meat during the remaining Fridays of Lent. 







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