Mass Schedule: Saint Ann's
Saturday Evening Winter: 4:00 PM ( after Labor day)
Sunday: 7:30, 10:00 & 11:30 AM - 7 PM Sunday nite
Weekdays: 7:30 AM Mon-Sat (Chapel)

Pastor: Rev. John Carmichael
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Saint Ann's By the Sea, Ocean Bluff, MA
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The Daughters of St. Paul Choir
Concert SOLD out. Over 400 tickets were sold.
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1st Penance
1st Holy Communion
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Macaroni and cheese, stew, canned nuts, canned hams, pancake mix and syrup. Personal care items such as soap, shampoo, toothpaste/toothbrushes, deodorants, razors/shaving cream, detergents and always diapers.
They can also use pet foods and gift cards.
These are just suggestions, all donations are gratefully

The Marshfield Food Pantry operates out of the basement of The First Congregational Church, Parish Hall located at 1981 Ocean Street, Marshfield, Massachusetts 02050. The corner of routes 3A and 139. Hours Tues.9.30Am to 12.30PM ,Wed. 6.30PM to 8.30PM, Fri. 9.30Am to 12.30PM

591 Ocean Street Marshfield, MA 02050 phone 781- 834- 4953 fax 781- 834 -7472
Cluster Parishes Mass Schedules:
Lady Of Assumption Mass Schedule
Saturday 8:00 AM, 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM
St Christine's Mass Schedule
Saturday: 5:00 PM (Vigil)Sunday: 7:00 AM
& 9:00 AM 11:30 AM (Sept - May)
Weekday Mass: 9 AM. (Mon - Fri)
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Holy Family Duxbury Mass Schedule
Saturday, 5:00 pm Sunday, 7:00 am;
Family Liturgy 8:30 am; 10:00 am; 11:30 am
Daily Monday - Saturday, 8:15 am in Our Lady's Chapel

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The Bread, Wine and Candles in the Church and the CHAPEL for the month of APRIL have been donated in memory of

Today is PALM SUNDAY and we celebrate Jesus' triumphant entrance into Jerusalem, where he is set to undertake the painful road to Golgotha, followed by the glorification of God the Father in his Resurrection. Many of us may be filled with uncertainty and doubt. Holy Week, offers us a moment in which, we too who have traveled the path of triumph, will also shortly thereafter find ourselves lingering in uncertainty, anxiety and pain, coupled with, what might seem, an uncertain future.

This past Tuesday night I learned of two parishioners who were diagnosed with breast cancer. My faith assures me that God is with us, and abides in us. While I see the sorrow in life, and partake in it, I also experience hope, and overflow in confidence that the Crucified Christ leads me to the Glorified Christ. Spend time this week to think about how similar our journey is to the one Jesus took in Holy Week. Think of personal examples, where you were walking in triumph only to shortly thereafter be tripped up by some set back. Examples might include: getting a much anticipated and much earned job promotion, only to be laid off six months later; giving birth to a beautiful baby boy only to find out a year later that the baby has autism; miraculously defeating some form of cancer, only to have it reappear. Whatever the example, we all have one! How does your example mirror Jesus’ life over Holy Week. Scripture tells us, “God humbles us only to exalt us.” Take some time to unwind this verse in light of your trials, and throughout this week to draw on the story of Holy Week to better immerse oneself into the Paschal Mystery. Let us pray for one another, that when we are faced with a trial, that God will give us faith to rise, meet and overcome it, with the divine gift of prayer.

There are so many homeless men on the streets of Boston who go unwanted, uncared for and unloved...they are spit upon, spurned and worst of all, they are treated by the majority of passerby's as non-entities. A verse from last weeks Gospel seems pretty relevant: “and Jesus wept!“ But don’t forget Holy Week is incomplete without EASTER, and in this case, ‘EASTER HOPE.” Many of these homeless men are veterans with Post Traumatic Syndrome, who can’t live in conventional homes and apartments, and whose moods and emotions rage in unpredictable time and style. This past LENT you have shown them FAITH, HOPE AND LOVE. The tee shirts, boxers, socks and toiletries….the fast food gift cards, candy and messages of Easter encouragement are the lifeboats that bring them a measure of safe harbor and a heaping teaspoon of dignity. I invite everyone who has participated in this ALMSGIVING PROJECT to reflect on this mediation, “This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it!” May God reward your kindness abundantly.

591 Ocean Street Marshfield, MA 02050 phone 781- 834- 4953 fax 781- 834 -7472
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Marshfield/Duxbury Catholic Collaborative Invites: All Children Ages 5– 11

July 15th—July 18th 9am –11am

St. Christine’s Parish under the Tent REGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 1st
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Please note, the parish office is now open Monday through Wednesday from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. 781-834-5943
Parish Coordinator: Mrs. Elizabeth Hood, ext. 12 email
We are putting together the names ‘In memory’ this week for the EASTER BULLETIN, and we don’t want you to miss having your loved ones name remembered in the Easter

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Sm. Paint Brush Paint Roller and Tray
Lg. Paint Brush Paint Can Ladder Hook
Drop Cloths Painter’s Tape
Paint Buckets Trash Bags
Paint Scraper Work Gloves
Hammer Nail Apron
Safety Goggles Tyvek Suit
Face Masks(N95 or P100) Putty Knife
Rags Caulking Gun
Above is a list of tools the children will need to bring each day as they work on homes in the Catskill Mountains.



Holy Week Schedule
Palm Sunday –April 13, 2014
Distribution of Palms at all Masses
Saturday 4 pm
Sunday 7:30 am, 10:00 am, 11:30 am, 7:00 pm

Holy Thursday-April 17, 2014
No Morning Mass
Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:00 pm

Good Friday-April 18, 2014 No Morning Mass
Solemn Liturgy of the Passion of the Lord 3:00 pm

Holy Saturday-April 19, 2014
No Morning Mass
Easter Vigil 7:00 pm

Easter Sunday-April 20, 2014
Sunrise Mass 6:00 am
7:30 am; 10:00 am; 11:30 am

Click here to read the April 16th full bulletin