We have returned to our normal Mass schedule will be held on Saturdays at 5:00pm and Sunday at 7:30am, 9:00am and 10:30am.
We are making every effort to protect the health and safety of those choosing to attend Mass. Elders and vulnerable populations are encouraged to stay home in this early phase and watch Mass on our live-stream broadcast or on CatholicTV. The dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation remains in effect.
Registration is no longer required for Mass. We do still have limited seating. Space will be given on a first come first serve basis and we ask that you please pay attention to the seat assigned to you but your seating ambassador. The seating situation is a bit complex, but our Ambassadors are aware of ways to maximize seating so that more people are able to attend Mass.READ MORE
Contributions to Holy Family have slowed in recent weeks. To continue the wonderful ministry our staff members are providing, both onsite and virtually, we need you to make a weekly/monthly financial commitment to Holy Family. They’ve been working hard behind the scenes adapting to new realities, working around obstacles, creatively thinking outside the box to build community, reaching out in the midst of the isolation and social distancing – all with the mission to keep our faith front and center. And, we’re committed to see it through over the long haul. Your regular, generous support to Holy Family is what makes this ministry possible. To do this, please make an online recurring parish contribution by clicking here. We depend on you! Thanks for your consideration.
This is phase one of a multi-phased process of relaxation of restrictions put into place to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus. We are making every effort to protect the health and safety of those choosing to attend Mass. Elders and vulnerable populations are encouraged to stay home in this early phase and watch Mass on our live-stream broadcast or on CatholicTV. The dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation remains in effect.
Once registered, we ask that you arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled Mass time and park in the Tremont Street Parking Lot.READ MORE
We welcome the news announced today that parishes can resume Mass beginning this weekend provided they are able to adhere to the strict guidelines from both the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Archdiocese of Boston. These requirements stipulate specific attendance and social distancing parameters, as well as other safeguards intended to prevent people from contracting the coronavirus and limit its contagion.
The necessary steps a parish must follow are contained in the document released earlier today entitled, Archdiocese of Boston’s Plan for safely resuming Mass at the beginning of Phase One, which can be found by clicking here. Because parishes must have all of these requirements in place before re-opening, it is understood that “many or even most parishes” will need more time to prepare.READ MORE