Parish Bulletin

As a community of faith, we are encouraged to stay connected and pray for one another.

Mass Intentions

Monday, May 2
9 AM Ida May Messineo

Tuesday, May 3
8 AM Kellie Young (Special Intention)

Wednesday, May 4
9 AM Doris & John Hart & Enola Denley

Saturday, May 7
4 PM No Intentions (Mother’s Day Weekend)

Sunday, May 8
8:30 AM No Intentions (Mother’s Day Weekend)
10 AM Parishioners
12 PM Hope Matthews

Monday, May 9
9 AM Robert Baldi

Tuesday, May 10
8 AM Benny Sofka

Wednesday, May 11
9 AM Paul & Maura Murphy

Saturday, May 14
4 PM Doris Witkowski

Sunday, May 15
8:30 AM Wally Mattson
10 AM Parishioners
12 PM Doris Beaulieu

Monday, May 16
9 AM James Burkley

Tuesday, May 17
8 AM Carole Duquette

Wednesday, May 18
9 AM Andres Chacon Unzue

Saturday, May 21
4 PM Elaine Landry

Sunday, May 22
8:30 AM Yolanda Bartlett
10 AM Parishioners
12 PM Caroline Coughlin

Monday, May 23
9 AM Raymond Radoski

Tuesday, May 24
8 AM Christopher Manente

Wednesday, May 25
9 AM Jack Keeley

Saturday, May 28
4 PM No Intentions (Memorial Day)

Sunday, May 29
9 AM Parishioners
11 AM No Intentions (Memorial Day)

Monday, May 30
9 AM No Intentions (Memorial Day)

Tuesday, May 31
8 AM Paul Dallaire

Wednesday, June 1
9 AM Faith Wilson

Sacraments & Worship

Reconciliation
Saturdays
12:30-1:30 PM with Adoration
Saint Bridget

Wednesdays
8:30 AM
before daily Mass
Our Lady of Fatima

Adoration
Mondays
7-8 PM
Saint Bridget

Tuesdays
1-3 PM
Our Lady of Fatima

Wednesdays
8 AM
Our Lady of Fatima

Saturday
12:30-1:30 PM
Saint Bridget

 

 

Announcements

After Mass Hospitality
Second Sunday of the month: Saint Bridget
Last Sunday of the month: Our Lady of Fatima
Next Hospitality:

Sunday, March 13, After 8:30 AM Mass at Saint Bridget

Sunday, March 27, After 10 AM Mass at Our Lady of Fatima

 

Christ Alive is a community of Spirit-filled women committed to growing in our faith journeys with the Loving Trinity. We use The Bible, the catechism, the Saints, and documents of the Catholic Church to help us grow more intimately in God’s love and share that love more abundantly with others. We will meet on Zoom starting Tuesday, September 14 at 9:45-11:30.  Please contact Deanna Sklenak at 978 443-8460 or email at djs_42@verizon.net for more information

 

Knights of Columbus - Sudbury Council

The Knights of Columbus invites you to a 45 minute talk by

Father Thomas McDonald, Vice-Rector of St. John’s Seminary in Brighton

Fr. Tom will discuss – What does it take to become a Priest?”

The presentation will be via Zoom

Date – Thursday, June 2

Time – 7:30 to 8:15 PM

If you wish to join the Thursday, June 2 Zoom presentation, please send a email to John Kubera  KC5188Sudbury@gmail.com and the Zoom link will be sent to you a few days prior to the presentation.

Fr. Thomas Macdonald ordained in 2013 in the Archdiocese of Boston and currently serves as Vice-Rector of St. John’s Seminary in Brighton, MA.

He grew up in Westford, Massachusetts, and is an alumnus of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His preparation for the priesthood took place at St. John’s Seminary and the Pontifical North American College in Rome.

Fr. Macdonald began his ministry at the parishes of St. Ann and St. Brendan in Dorchester. He holds a doctorate in sacred theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.

Prior to his assignment to St. John’s Seminary, he served as the administrator of St. Rose Parish in Topsfield and St. Agnes Parish in Middleton.

 

On November 13 the Knights of Columbus delivered 120 new coats to Holy Family Parish, Dorchester. This is an annual donation by the Knights along with parishioners from Ascension Parish. The coats are for boys’ and of girls’ ages 4-16.

Father Currie was celebrating a funeral Mass, however his business manager Rich Gribaudo accepted the coats he is in the photo.

The Society of St. Vincent DePaul

In every community there are single mothers, families in crisis, elderly folks, and those who struggle with acute and chronic illness. Their presence may not always be visible, but know that they walk among us. The mission of Saint Vincent de Paul is to seek and to find the forgotten and offer Jesus’ compassion in their moments of need. 

If you reside in Sudbury and feel this may be a calling that interests you, please join us on May 17th between 6:30 – 8pm in Hurley Hall for more information. We look forward to seeing you.

The Society of St. Vincent DePaul is here to serve your community. Please visit our website Svdpsudburyolf.org to learn more. We are here to provide prayer, friendship and help to those in need.

Birthright Volunteers Needed

Birthright of Framingham, located at 79A Main Street, remains open doing the important work of helping mothers and babies in need.  Please prayerfully consider how you might be able to help by becoming a volunteer or a Board Member.  To find out more,  please give us a call at : 508-620-0657.  Thank you!

Sudbury Lived Experiences

The DEI Commission of Sudbury is proud to announce its Lived Experiences Project!  The Sudbury Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Commission is collecting anonymous stories to document identity-based experiences, including racism and prejudice in Sudbury. By understanding the experiences of individuals that live, work, learn and travel through Sudbury, we can raise community awareness and collaborate with local advocacy groups and our Select Board to affect change.

Do you have a story to share?  We want to hear it! 

Scan the QR code below to access our anonymous survey. We want to hear from YOU!

The survey closes on June 30, 2022.

Prayer requests from our community

Each submission will be moderated before it is posted, so there may be a short delay before the request is posted. Prayers marked as confidential will not be shared.