Our Mission Statement Saint Mary’s is an Eucharistic community of welcoming, forgiving, and family-oriented people who celebrate our catholic faith through the Sacraments. Inspired by the Holy Spirit to live out the Gospel Message, we serve the Lord and each other through the gifts of our time, talent and treasure.
By reaching out to our brothers and sisters in all their adversity, we touch lives. We strive to serve as examples of Christ’s love and to care for and empower others through education, evangelization and action for social justice.
A warm and inviting communal experience, like a family; can be found at St Mary’s Parish. We offer many parish family events including our annual parish picnic, the annual Blessing of pets, the annual Mass for our deceased loved ones, a seasonal breakfast in Spring and Autumn, and Mary’s Angels Banquet to name but a few. Give us a call to find out more. Together we can bring Christ alive in our lives! Bring your gifts and talents to help us grow!
Faith Formation (Religious Education)
We are eager to get to know you and share the Catholic faith with the children of our parish community.
Recent Parish Happenings & Events!
Bishop da Cunha has invited all high school students to Catholic Youth Day, August 14th from 10am-9pm at Martha’s Vineyard
Bishop da Cunha has invited all high school students to Catholic Youth Day, August 14th from 10am-9pm at Martha's Vineyard. Our students, in grades 8 & 9 are welcomed to attend. Catholic Youth Day Where: Martha's Vineyard When: August 14, 2021 Meet: Bishop...
Here are the guidelines that have been set by the Fall River Diocese. Returning-to-Normal-Liturgical-Practices-5-29-21
Bishop da Cunha and regional bishops to lift the Sunday and Holy Day Mass dispensation Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V., and regional Catholic bishops have together decided to inform the Catholic faithful that the dispensation of the Sunday and Holy Day Mass...
What is joy? How does it relate to happiness? "The Book of Joy" is a New York Times Bestseller about two great religious leaders in the world today: Archbishop Desmond Tutu and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The two informally discuss the nature of joy, its obstacles...
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