Mass Schedule
Saturday:
4:00PM
Sunday: 
8:00am, 10:00am, 11:30am
Daily (Mon-Sat)
9:00am
 
Summer Parish Office Hours:
Mon-Thurs, 9am-5pm
Friday, 9am to noon
Saturday & Sunday, 9am to 1pm
978-452-6611
 
Baptisms

2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 1pm

For more information, click on Sacraments, Baptism or call us at 978-452-6611.

Confession

9:30 - 10:00 Sat, 3:15 - 3:45 Sat
and upon request

Anointing of the Sick

1st Saturday of the month after 4 PM Mass and upon request

Adoration

9:30 - 5:30 every Monday

except when the office is closed

Announcements

 MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE KICK-OFF SOCIAL NIGHTS OF OUR YOUTH MINISTRY!

Sunday, Sept. 13

Middle School Xperience begins at 3:15pm in parish hall

Grades 6-7-8

 

Life Teen High School Ministry begins with Life Teen Mass at 5pm

Life Night from 6pm to 8pm

Visit our Youth Ministry Page for more information.

 

 

 

Slide Show of "Paint Nite to benefit the Homeless"

 

Over 50 "painters" turned out for a fun night of creativity while also helping Deacon John's Blessed Mother Teresa Homeless Ministry.  Thanks to all who made this such a huge success full of "awesome" creations!

 

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 Welcome, and thanks for visiting our website!  You are warmly welcome to share your faith life with us at our beautiful church on the hill.  As a Catholic community with a vibrant parish life, we are centered in the Holy Eucharist.  Together, as stewards of our parish, we pray, serve, reach out to those in need, support each other, share warm friendships, hold the teachings of Jesus Christ within our hearts, and bring His light to others.

 

 

If you are new to the parish or you are a visitor, please introduce yourself to the pastoral staff or one of our ushers or greeters. In the spirit of our patron saint, St. Francis of Assisi, we'd be delighted to welcome you! 

 

 

If you'd like information on our many Parish Life Groups, click on logo above.  We have something for everyone, so please be sure to check it out.

 

 

   

     Don't miss our occasional email updates!   If you are not signed up yet for our email updates on current happenings, announcements, cancellations and other interesting parish news, please email Collette at cpiche@saintfrancis.net and we'll sign you up right away!

 

HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU'RE NOT IN A CITY PARISH?

A horse drops by the window of the business manager's office!

 

 

 Fortunately our Facilities Manager, Paul Barr,

had "all things equestrian" under control! 

 

 

THANK YOU ALTAR SERVERS!

Our AWESOME altar servers are very important to us, so it's great to have a chance to say, thanks!  Here they are ready to spend the day at Canobie Lake Park with their chaperones.  Thanks to all!

 

 Collecting the Harvest!

Pam Moloney, one of several members of our Garden Ministry, picks the second harvest of the season in the garden in front of the rectory.  The first harvest yielded 61 pounds of vegetables to donate to the Merrimack Valley Food Bank.

Awesome work gardeners!

 

ST. FRANCIS PARISH PILGRIMAGE TO ITALY

May 2-11, 2016

$3,699 from Boston

 

 Rome--Monte Cassino--San Giovanni Rotondo--Monte Sant Angel--

Lanciano--Loreto--Assisi--Seina

 

with Deacon John Hunt

 

For detailed information, click below:

Shrines of Italy

 

  

 

SUMMER BIBLE STUDY:  ISLAM, What's it all about?

 

Beginning Weds. July 8 or Sat. July 11

through August 29 --  9:30am to 11am

 

Have you ever wondered about the basic teachings?  Why is it one of the world's fastest growing religions? 

If you would like to explore this question, please join us on either Weds. or Sats. this summer. 

While we envision this to be a drop-in group, we would appreciate anyone who is interested registering for a particular day.

For more information, contact Cecilia Mancini at 978-710-4878 or cecmancini@gmail.com

or Michelle Bursey at mycatholicfriends@comcast.net

 

DEACON JOHN'S MINISTRY FOR THE HOMELESS

During these warmer months, we will continue serving the homeless by delivering soup and sandwiches.  We are also collecting socks for both women and men.  If you would like to join this ministry by volunteering one Saturday night a month, your help would be greatly appreciated.

Please see Deacon John for more information.