*** Updated COVID SAFETY PROTOCOLS are in place for your protection. ***


The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has advised that even a "fully vaccinated person should wear a mask or face covering when indoors (and not in your own home) if you have a weakened immune system, or if you are at increased risk for severe disease because of your age or an underlying medical condition, or if someone in your household has a weakened immune system, or is at increased risk for severe disease, or is an unvaccinated adult." If you suffer from one of these co-morbidities you should consider wearing a mask in Church. DPH continues to advise that unvaccinated individuals should always wear a mask when indoors and not in their own home.

The First Eucharist class is almost full. We will be unable to take additional registrations after Saturday, September 11.


Welcome to St. Anne's Parish

We are a Catholic Christian community rich in a tradition of giving and caring for its Church and its people.

Through the course of each year, hundreds of parishioners volunteer their time and talents for the many special events and celebrations within our Parish.

In addition, many of our parishioners are active on an ongoing basis in the ministries we see and experience every week as well as in those ministries that are not so outwardly visible.

2 Corinthians 9:6 "Whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully."





Mass Videos

Sunday Masses are streamed live and recorded at 9:00 a.m. on Facebook.

Click the image on the left to watch the Mass.

Please continue to pray for an end to the coronavirus pandemic and recite Pope Francis' prayers after praying the Rosary.






  • That Jesus to grant me the grace to forgive, for contrition of my sins, and for the grace to be reunited with Him in Holy Communion and to come back to God
  • For the peaceful repose of the soul of Robert F. Etre. May he live in God's everlasting light.
  • For the peaceful repose of the souls of Officer Manny Familia and Troy Love. May they live in God's everlasting light.
  • For God's peace and comfort for Barbara Smith
  • For a special request
  • For healing and reconciliation in my broken family and that the Lord will heal Peter from the depression that has a strong grip on him, touch his heart and guide him back home to me
  • That God lift the injustice that I am enduring and protect our family in our suffering.
  • For improved health and God's peace and joy in my brother's heart
  • For the healing of Diane Nault and God's peace and comfort for her and her family
  • For the healing of Michelle McKinstry and God's comfort and peace for her and her family
  • For a complete recovery from pancreatic cancer for Carol Larsen
  • Comfort for Christine Thomas and her family as she battles ALS
  • Pray that the hand of Jesus will reach out to Jessica Martin and wipe away the cancer that she is fighting
  • For the healing of Pat H.
  • For the healing of Tim Mahoney
  • For an end to the coronavirus pandemic and continued successful vaccine distribution
  • For the front-line workers who are risking their lives during the coronavirus pandemic
  • For all who suffer from COVID-19, especially St. Anne's parishioners, their families, and friends
  • For all who died from COVID-19, that their souls rest in peace, and for all who mourn the loss of their loved ones
Submit a request for a prayer intention.

We lose sight of all the good and get consumed by the turmoil we are embroiled in. We are tempted at these times to think that life will never be good again. This is the perspective that steals away our hope. The whole truth is that life is messy, but it is also wonderful and beautiful and awe-inspiring.

Author: Matthew Kelly
Source: Life is Messy