The Eucharist is the most special sacrament, in which Christ himself is contained, offered and received, and by which the Church constantly lives and grows. The Eucharistic sacrifice, the memorial of the death and resurrection of the Lord, in which the sacrifice of the cross is perpetuated over the centuries, is the summit and source of all Christian life and worship; it signifies and affects the unity of the people of God and achieves the building up of the Body of Christ.


Reconciliation and First Eucharist


Children, typically Grades 1 and 2, are invited to participate, along with their parents, in a two-year program that will prepare them for reception of both the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist. The sacraments are received in the winter and spring of the second year. The program consists of home learning, classroom lessons, weekly Mass, and participation in special gatherings and parent/child retreat.

Participation in weekly Mass is a vital part of sacramental preparation. All families of First Eucharist/Reconciliation students are asked to make a commitment to attend Sunday Mass with their children. Our religious education classes are designed to coordinate with the morning Mass times and Children’s Liturgy of the Word takes place during both morning Masses.

Communion for the Homebound


Holy Communion is regularly brought to the homebound and to those in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities in our parish. If you know of someone who needs this service and is not receiving it please contact the Parish Office at 508-650-3545.

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Weekend Masses
Sat at 4 pm St. Ann
8:30am St. Zepherin
10:30am  St. Ann 
NO 6pm Mass until September