Mass

A Day with Mary

Mary Mother of God

Please join us for all or part of the day to celebrate this Day with Mary, 8 am – 3:15 pm. Mass begins at 9:00 am. A day of instruction, devotion, and intercession, based on the message given at Fatima in 1917. Read more….

Shamrock Surprise

shamrocks

Friday March 15 @ 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm Social Event: Shamrock Surprise with NEW Pure in Heart Haverhill Group What do shamrocks and rainbows all have in common? They’re usually decorations on St. Patrick’s day… BUT they also act as symbols reminding us of God’s presence. Shamrocks can be used as metaphors for the …

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Sunday Mass – 11:00 am

The Last Supper painting by Juan de Juanes, 1562 (public domain)

Vigil/Sunday Masses are usually 45 to 60 minutes long. All are welcome. Keeping the Sabbath is one of the Ten Commandments. As Catholic Christians one of the precepts of our faith is for our Sabbath celebration to include weekly Mass attendance and participation (unless prevented by serious illness or infirmity). Order of the Mass. Mass …

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Sunday Mass – 9:30 am

The Last Supper painting by Juan de Juanes, 1562 (public domain)

Vigil/Sunday Masses are usually 45 to 60 minutes long. All are welcome. Keeping the Sabbath is one of the Ten Commandments. As Catholic Christians one of the precepts of our faith is for our Sabbath celebration to include weekly Mass attendance and participation (unless prevented by serious illness or infirmity). Order of the Mass. Mass …

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Sunday Mass – 8 am

The Last Supper painting by Juan de Juanes, 1562 (public domain)

Vigil/Sunday Masses are usually 45 to 60 minutes long. All are welcome. Keeping the Sabbath is one of the Ten Commandments. As Catholic Christians one of the precepts of our faith is for our Sabbath celebration to include weekly Mass attendance and participation (unless prevented by serious illness or infirmity). Order of the Mass. Mass …

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Vigil Mass – Saturday – 4:00 pm

The Last Supper painting by Juan de Juanes, 1562 (public domain)

Vigil/Sunday Masses are usually 45 to 60 minutes long. All are welcome. Keeping the Sabbath is one of the Ten Commandments. As Catholic Christians one of the precepts of our faith is for our Sabbath celebration to include weekly Mass attendance and participation (unless prevented by serious illness or infirmity). Order of the Mass. Mass …

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