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Weekend Mass
Sat 4:30 PM Georgetown
Sun

7:30 AM        Rowley
9:00 AM        Rowley
11:00 AM Georgetown

Daily Mass
Mon, Tues,
Wed
8:00 AM
Rowley
Friday
9:00 AM
Georgetown

Saturday

 

9:00 AM  Georgetown Last Friday of the month only

 

 

See the bulletin for details

 

Reconciliation

Saturday
3:45 PM - 4:15 PM Georgetown or by Appointment


 

Adoration

Rosary & Eucharistic Adoration

Thurs 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Georgetown

 

COVID 19 Update

April 3

Based on all of the recent information coming out regarding Covid 19 and the anticipated uptick on confirmed cases over the next few weeks our churches will be closed completely until further notice.

We will, however, be live-streaming Palm Sunday Mass, as well as, Holy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil.  Please log on to Zoom.com and follow directions below.  

                                                         

We will update our sources to you as we get more information on opening the churches back up and when we can continue with our ministries, classes, Confirmation and 1st Holy Communion plans.

For Daily Virtual Evangelization Resources, sign up for Flocknote.com/bostonThe Office of Spiritual Life, as well as other options listed, gives you daily ideas for continued study and prayer during this Lent.  Please also visit our updated bulletins that can be accessed from this web page from the upper  left corner.

 

Letter from Father Dan & Deacon Ray

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

During these trying times we need to focus on what is truly important – our families, and the needs of the most vulnerable among us in the community. Our faith is also truly important and never more so than in a time of crisis – both personal crises and communal crises. 

Saint Paul states in Romans 5:5 that "hope does not disappoint." This hope that Paul calls us to does not reside in human institutions or in human beings, but in Jesus Christ, the one who gave his life for us. Paul in his own testimony of the trials and tribulations[i] he endured makes it clear that hope does not evade suffering but encompasses it. Suffering, as you know is part of life. We don’t always understand why and we don’t make excuses for it. But God the Father, and Jesus, his Son is with us every step of the way.

We clergy are here to support you in remaining steadfast and full of hope that God will indeed protect us, that the impact of the crises will be lessened, and that we and our loved ones will safely endure to the end. What is of most necessity right now is that we remain calm, focus on what is needed for support for ourselves and our families, and to pray.

The Eucharist, Communion, the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ are the source and summit of our Catholic faith.  So you know, Father Dan continues to celebrate Mass every day for your intentions, as well as for the protection and safety of healthcare providers and first responders.

Finally, I have to make a plea … Your continued financial support is desperately needed. Our employees rely on their income as much as you rely on your income as they too have bills to pay. And, the utilities expect payment no matter what. Please mail your envelopes and/or checks to Saint Mary’s Parish – 94 Andover St. Georgetown, MA 01833. Or you can drop them off at the office Monday through Friday 9 AM to 1 PM. Each church also has an offering box near its front entrance for cash donations while the church is open. Thank you in advance.

Please do not hesitate to contact either one of us via the main number of the parish (978) 352-2024 or by email: Deacon Ray - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / Father Dan – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Sincerely yours in service to the Lord and to you, with love and assurance of prayer,

Father Dan & Deacon Ray

 


[i] 2 Cor. 12:8-10

 

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