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  • News

    • February 7
      All afternoon and evening faith formation classes at St. Mary's on Monday, Feb. 8 are cancelled due to the snow forecast.
    • February 5
      Parish offices are closed on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, due to the snow. If you have an emergency, please call the main number 508-668-4700. *First Reconciliation at St. Mary's cancelled.*
    • February 4
      On Thursday afternoon, Feb. 4, the new organ console was brought into the church and hoisted over the balcony railing.
    • January 30
      - Fr. Chip Hines, Pastor
      We’ve just finished putting away the Christmas decorations, but it’s already time to start talking about Ash Wednesday and Lent, if you can believe it. (Doesn’t it seem like Lent sneaks up on us every year?) Of course, what that means is we have to talk about schedules for Ash Wednesday, Holy Week, and Easter as well as the various activities that will happen during Lent to help us prepare for that great feast day of the Resurrection.
    • January 29
      Lent is a time to slow down and maybe create some space in our busy lives to enter into a deeper friendship with God. Sr. Nancy Sheridan will lead us in a Lenten Morning of Prayer on Saturday,February 20, 2016 from 9:30am to Noon in the Community Room. The theme for our Morning of Prayer is: Lent: A Season of the Heart; A Season of the Cross. God invites us into an intimate relationship. How will you respond this Lent?
    • January 29
      The next meeting of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Walpole will be at 7pm on Feb. 2 at Blessed Sacrament School (East Street entrance). The need has never been greater. Will you answer the call?