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Saint Ann By The Sea

Saint Ann by the Sea Parish is located in the Ocean Bluff section of Marshfield.
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Masks No Longer Required as of May 29th

As of May 29, masks are no longer required for vaccinated people in the state of Massachusetts. The state does advise the non-vaccinated people continue to wear masks.

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Saturday Vigil

4:00 PM

Sunday

7:30 AM | 8:30 AM (Drive-In)

10:00 AM | 11:30 AM | 7:00 PM

Daily

Mon - Fri 5:00 PM

 
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18th Sunday In Ordinary Time, August 1, 2021

This past Thursday I celebrated a Funeral Mass of Resurrection for Paul Gargano, who was husband to Sheila (our virtual online parishioner) and father to our parishioner, Alison DaPonte. I travelled to Our Lady of Victories in Centerville to remember…

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17th Sunday In Ordinary Time, July 25, 2021

How blessed this parish is to have so many generous benefactors and volunteers! We raised $1300.00 for the Youth Missions program from the recent Turkey Sandwich Fundraiser! I want to thank Jack Hanratty, Barbara Caruso and Joe Cochrane for assembling…

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14th Sunday In Ordinary Time, July 4, 2021

  Happy Independence Day! I hope everyone enjoyed last night’s fireworks. Today, I will be leaving after the 8:30 Drive-In Mass to head down to San Alfonso Retreat House in Long Branch, NJ for Seton Hall Clergy Continuing Education Study…

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Welcome Home

“Without the Lord’s day, we cannot live!” His Holiness, Pope Benedict, in his homily at the Cathedral of Saint Stephen in Vienna on September 9, 2007, quoted the Abitinian Martyrs, who during the persecution of Emperor Diocletian were arrested for…

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