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Mass Schedule...

Saturday Vigil Mass is at 4pm

Sunday Masses are at 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am, 12noon, 6pm (except Father's Day through the second Sunday of September) Weekday Masses are at 6:45am and 9am Saturday Daily Mass is at 8am

Holy Days and Holidays: Please call 978-686-4050 or check our weekly bulletin

Televised 10:30am Sunday Morning Mass shown on Thursday at 11am and Sunday at noon on Verizon channel 24 and Thursday at 11am and Sunday at noon on Comcast channel 22

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Parish Administration

"Know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose."
(Romans 8:28)


PROTECTING GOD’S CHILDREN: Virtus, Protecting God’s Children program, is a mandated Archdiocesan program required of all volunteers and employees. Its purpose is for parishioners to be fully educated in the responsibility that adults have in protecting all of God’s children – including each other. A one-time class fulfills the requirement within the Archdiocese of Boston. These 2-hour classes are offered throughout the year at St. Michael Parish and at other Archdiocesan parishes. To sign up at St. Michael’s, call the Pastoral Center or visit BostonCatholic.org and go to the Protecting Children link to review the schedule of other parishes

CORI forms: For the safety of parishioners, all parish and school volunteers and employees are required by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to complete a CORI (Criminal Offense Record Information) form annually. Proof of identity, such as a drivers license, must be presented at the time the CORI form is completed. Forms may be filled-out in person at the Pastoral Center.
Code of Conduct: All volunteers and employees are called to uphold Christian values and conduct. All must read, sign a statement of agreement, and live the code of ministerial behavior in their service to the parish.

For more information on Protecting God's Children or CORI forms, contact Kim Silk at 978-686-4050


St. Michael’s is blessed to have 60 ministries that help our parishioners grow in faith, love, and service to others! For sharing the good news of your ministry through the bulletin or to reserve space on the campus for meetings or special events, the ministry leader should contact the pastoral center.

Contact: Laurie O’Connor 978-686-4050

The council’s mission is to advise the Pastor with respect to the financial aspects of the parish operations. It especially supports the mission of the Church through good stewardship.

Contact: Ellen Guerin 978-686-4050

Volunteers assist staff members and ministry leaders in so many ways from stuffing envelopes to counting money. There are opportunities to volunteer at all skill levels and at many times throughout the week, month or year.

Contact: Dorothy Varga 978-686-4050

The Parish Pastoral Council is an advisory board to the Pastor. It is a visionary council, keeping God’s will in the forefront of its planning for the New Evangelization of leading people closer to Christ.

Contact: Gina Murray 978-686-4050

Provides support, resource information, programming and referrals to parishioners in need. See the “Outreach” section of this brochure for the many opportunities and support services that are available in the parish.
Contact: Patricia Boutilier 978-686-4050
Parish Property Management oversees the maintenance and upkeep of the Parish buildings and land surrounding them through supervised direction of staff personnel. It develops projects and procures materials for parish volunteers to help beautify and maintain our parish property and provides assistance to parish staff and organizations for programs and events.

Contact: Don Marinelli 978-686-4050

This ministry takes care of small jobs around the Parish such as shoveling, painting, landscaping and carpentry work. Volunteers are welcome!

Contact: Nick Ippolito 978-686-4050

The Theresians, named after St. Theresa “The Little Flower,” plant, water and take care of potted plants and outside flowers that beautify the parish grounds during the growing seasons. Volunteers can help with the planting or weekly watering and/or weeding!

Contact: Receptionist 978-686-4050