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Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil Mass is at 4pm

Sunday Masses are at 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am, 12 noon, 6pm

Weekday Masses are at 6:45am and 9am

Saturday Daily Mass is at 8am

Holy Days and Holidays: Please call 978-686-4050 or check our weekly bulletin

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Welcome to Saint Michael Parish

 

 

 

During Lent we will focus on the Corporal Works of Mercy which come from Matthew 25:31-46

Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Clothe the naked 
Shelter the homeless
Visit the sick
Visit the imprisoned
Bury the dead

 

Highlight this week:
Feed the Hungry and Give Drink to the Thirsty

Prayer: Lord, I thank you for all I have in my life and Your love given so freely to me. Please open my eyes to the people who are in need of food and drink. Help me to be your presence in their world providing for their basic need of food and drink. Show me ways I can make a difference to ease their suffering. Fill my heart to overflowing with your mercy and love. Make me a channel of mercy.

Fast:  May my fast from different foods and drinks this week help to align me with those in need. May I be reminded of their suffering when I am struggling with my fast.

Giving:  Ideas to practice the corporal works of Feed the Hungry and Give Drink to the Thirsty.
- Support and volunteer at local food pantries and/or soup kitchens.
- Educate yourself and others about world hunger.
- Avoid wasting food.
- Prepare and deliver a meal to someone in your community who may be a caretaker for a sick/elderly relative.
- Pray for those less fortunate.

Suggestions from Divine Worship Works of Mercy for Teens and children by the Archdiocese of Boston.

Learn more about our Lenten Journey by clicking here!

About Saint Michael Parish

Welcome to Saint Michael Parish. We are a Catholic community of approximately 16,000 people located in North Andover, Massachusetts. At Saint Michael Parish welcome everyone to come and strengthen their faith, to know about our parish family, experience its fellowship and join us in the celebration of the Eucharist.

At Saint Michael Parish, we have a very active religious education program for children and adults. We also have a strong outreach ministry assisting the less fortunate in our community. As Christian stewards, we believe that our time, talent and treasure are gifts from God to be used for the spiritual, educational and social needs of our community, diocese and the world at large.

New parishioners and visitors are always welcome!