Weekend Masses: Saturday at 4pm | Sunday at 7am, 9am, 11am
Daily Masses: Mon-Sat at 9am
Confession: Sat 1pm-2pm
Guidelines for Mass attendance:
- There will be no communal singing.
- Masks must be worn throughout the Mass.
- Please bring your own hand sanitizer. A limited quantity is available for those that forget.
- Follow the flow of traffic indicated by the arrows on the floor.
- Those who are not feeling well must stay home.
- Those with any underlying condition are expected to stay home.
- Those who are over 65 are very strongly encouraged to stay home.
Mass Intentions and Sanctuary Candle
|July 14: 9am Loretta Cossette
July 15: 9am Special Intention
July 16: 9am Michael P. Perriello
July 19: 7am St. Mary's Parish
9am Vincent (Jim) Vozzella and Ella Vozzella Pizzano
11am Michaela Hope Sottak
July 25 9am Bruce Canna
Sanctuary Candle is lit in memory of Vincent (Jim) Vozzella
|Sanctuary Candle is lit in memory of Maria DiMunno
July 19-July 25
III. Edward Galley, Jr. & Maria Schuster
I. Michael Doyon & Nadia Sweeney
90 Days Now
Please join us in making a special daily commitment to Saint Mary's for the next 90 days.
CLICK HERE to support our parish directly during this crisis and to make your contribution.
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!
Summer Theology for Students
How should we read the Bible in the 21st century? Often we hear that the Bible is unscientific or even immoral. Some simply say an ancient text has no claim on our lives today. Over four, seminar-style sessions we will look at reading the Bible within the Tradition of the Church according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the Second Vatican Council’s teaching Dei Verbum, and Pope Benedict XVI’s Verbum Domini. The goal of our time together will be to deepen our Faith in the Word who is “the same yesterday, today and forever” (Heb. 13:8) and equip students for evangelism in the mission fields of their schools.
The sessions are aimed towards students in high school and college but open to anyone. The sessions will happen mid to late July. The exact times, dates, and location will be determined collectively by the group interested in order to accommodate the most possible students.
The instructor is Josh Lehman. A local catechist, Josh holds an M.A. in Theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary. He is a father of 5 and a graduate student in philosophy at Boston College.
If interested send an e-mail to Josh at [email protected].
Saint Mary's Livestream
Nota bene: Live-streaming will begin shortly before the Sunday 9am Mass.
Recordings for previous masses can be found here.
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God Bless you for your patience!