Holy Week Schedule

We are now live-streaming our Sunday Masses every week, including our Holy Week liturgies. Just click the video below to start watching at the scheduled times.

April  5th, 9:00 am - Palm Sunday
April  9th, 7:00 pm - Holy Thursday
April 10th, 3:00 pm - The Passion of the Lord
April 11th, 8:00 pm - Easter Vigil
April 12th, 9:00 am - Easter Sunday
April 19th, 9:00 am - Divine Mercy Sunday
April 26th, 9:00 am - Third Sunday of Easter

St. Mary's Livestream

The Rectory offices will be temporarily closed during the current situation.  We will be checking emails and telephone messages.  Please stay safe and healthy.  Continue to monitor our website as we are adding updates as we receive them.

Parish Support

Hello Friends,

Please support St. Mary's in any way you can during this trying time.  You can support St. Mary's with a one time donation through our online giving link which you can find below.  There is a quick give feature at the bottom of the page which makes it very easy to give a one time donation.  You can also mail a check to the address below:

St. Mary's Parish
83 Central Street
Foxboro, MA 02035

In absence of a weekly collection and in order to keep our lights on and pay our bills, any little bit you can spare will be more than sufficient.  If you can't support St. Mary's financially, please keep us in your prayers.

For those of you who have given, we thank you most abundantly.

May God bless and keep you!

Stay Up to Date!

Please register for St. Mary's Flocknote to stay up to date on the latest news from the parish!

stmarysfoxboro.flocknote.com

St. Mary's Schedule

St. Mary's is open for private prayer, confession, and Eucharistic adoration:
  • Monday-Saturday 8am-12pm
  • Sunday 10am-1pm.
 
However, in order to comply with the governor's most recent advisory limiting indoor gatherings to ten people, we ask each person to register for the hour they would like to pray in the church. Please sign up for your hour(s) here: stmarysfoxboro.weadorehim.comThere you will be able to see if space is available for each hour by checking the number of adorers "needed". If the hour you have chosen is filled (no adorers needed), you will be asked to select another hour. 
 
We also request that each adorer/visitor to the church sign in to the kiosk we have placed by the door. When you have registered for an hour, simply select your name on the screen as you enter the church. We will also be asking drop-in guests (those who have not registered for an hour) to sign in as well. This will help us determine if we need to add more hours or reduce them.
 
Lastly, we ask that each person enter the church through the front doors as we have closed off St. Mary's lower church. In addition to limiting the area that must be sanitized each day, this enables us to more closely ensure that we are complying with the governor's advisory.


Click here for the letter from the Cardinal speaking about his own love for the Eucharist and his hopes for this Year.

How to Receive the Holy Communion

Please click here for a 4 minute video on the proper way to receive the Holy Communion.