120 Bellevue Ave at Broadway (Route 97) Haverhill, MA 01832 - 978-372-7721
Come to Mass soon and pray with us!Mass Schedule:
Saturday: 4:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM,
9:30 AM (Family) and
Weekdays: 8:00 AM
Holy Days: As Announced
All Saints Parish
120 Bellevue Ave.
All Saints Parish in Haverhill, an active Catholic faith community of rich cultural diversity, was established in the year 1998. As a community we commit ourselves to being welcoming to all, recognizing the gift of life in Christ, making prayer, Scripture and the Eucharist central in our lives and promoting service by reaching out to others in peace and love.
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The Church is Handicapped Accessible and Air Conditioned for your comfort.
All Saints Parish was established by the Archdiocese of Boston, on August 29, 1998. The late Reverend Dennis T. Nason was installed as its first Pastor.
All Saints Parish was formed by the merger of the following four ethnic Parishes in the Mount Washington section of Haverhill:
St. George Parish, originally established November 22, 1914, to serve the Lithuanian population, became a Mission of St. James Parish in 1918 until October of 1932 when it became a Mission of St. Rita‘s Parish. In February of 1961, St. George‘s Parish was reestablished as a separate parish.
St. Joseph Parish, established December 25, 1871, to serve the French population.
St. Michael Parish, established January 13, 1901, to serve the Polish population.
St. Rita Parish, established October 15, 1932, to serve the Italian population.
St. Joseph School of All Saints Parish, established in 1894 as a school for boys and expanded in 1913 to include girls, now serves students from nursery, pre-K and Kindergarten and grades one through eight from Haverhill, Massachusetts, and surrounding areas.
Truly our Creator is living and working with us and through us as we enjoy the wonders and the challenges of the season.
The Lenten season is a journey of preparation. The frozen ground and frigid air gives way to "mud season" with the storms and wind finally ushering in a glorious Springtime. There is no shortage of suffering in our broken world, and we turn with love and gratitude to our Savior who shares our humanity, and who loves us selflessly, completely, just as we are called to love Him, and one another. We must be prepared to remain with Him at the foot of his Cross on Good Friday, to resist any temptation to despair or cynicism, suffering the pain that comes from acknowledging our own sinfulness and the harm we have caused, the many ways we have fallen short of what God expects of us. Lent is not a time to wallow in sorrow - it's a time to face the truth of who we are, and why we need God. We know, after this time of preparation, we will be ready to celebrate and rejoice in the Resurrection of Our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Right now, just getting the snow cleared and keeping ourselves and our family members warm and healthy, is a major project.
God is with us every day, in sickness and in health, in prosperity and in times of financial hardship, in fair and stormy weather, in our sinfulness and in our sorrow, in our blessings and in our gratitude. God is with us even when we turn away from Him. He never leaves us, and He never gives up on us.
Our parish provides so many ways for us to connect with one another as we celebrate the Good News of God's Word Made Flesh, the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world, Jesus Christ.
God loves each of us unconditionally, and we cannot do or think or say anything that will make Him love us less. Each day is a 24-hour gift from Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, as reflected in the Scripture readings. Whether you are a longtime Haverhill resident, newcomer, or visitor, please come worship with us! Please read our bulletin to learn about the many activities and opportunities for prayer and community - and we hope you will join us!
Allowing the Holy Spirit to work in our lives, we know that we need time alone with God, and we need to be in community with others.
"I used to be Catholic."
"I am not religious."
"I want to grow in faith."
Learn more at www.Catholics Come Home.org.
Our RCIA program welcomes you! We will help you discern God's presence in your faith journey.
Congratulations! Call the Rectory to set up a time for both of you to stop by and visit with one of our parish priests to talk about preparation for this amazing moment in your lives together. As a parish family, we are here to help you enjoy a grace-filled, happy, successful marriage.