This Weeks Mass Schedule
4:00pm Eucharist - Paul J. McMeniman
7:00am Eucharist - Andrew McLaughlin
9:00am Eucharist - Patricia Callahan Rock
11:15am Eucharist - Raymond Demers
7:00am Eucharist - David Sheahan
7:00am Eucharist - Priests of the Archdiocese of Boston
7:00am Eucharist - Patricia Cronin
7:00am Eucharist - Friends of St. Michael
7:00am Eucharist - John Markiewicz
7:00am Eucharist - J. Walter Callahan, Jr.
4:00pm Eucharist - Howard Stewart
7:00am Eucharist - Imelda Downes
9:00am Eucharist - Mary and Ernest Hogan and
Peg and Russel Hogan
11:15am Eucharist - Barry Conway
12:30pm Eucharist - Kenyan Community & Friends Mass
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Risen Christ Monument Engraving
If you wish to have your name and the names of your loved ones engraved on our Risen Christ Monument at the next engraving, please submit the names along with your donation as soon as possible. The names are engraved in one inch letters, paragraph style. We have already filled the front side of the Monument, names that are received now will be engraved on the sides of the Monument. To get a form click here Risen Christ Monument Engraving
Religious Education Classes & Confirmation REGISTER NOW!
Classes for Pre-K thru Grade 8 will begin on Saturday, September 12th, from 9:00-10:30am
in the school. NEW THIS YEAR: Grades 7 and 8 will attend every Saturday from September
12th to December 19th while Pre-K thru Grade 6 will continue until mid-April.
Confirmation Program: Confirmation will be Sunday, November 8th at 4pm. There will be
a mandatory Retreat on Sunday, October 25th from 10am-4pm and the Rehearsal with Sponsors
will be Wednesday, November 4th at 7pm. Classes for Grades 9 and 10 will begin Sunday,
January 10, 2016 and continue till April 3rd.
our second century, with a community of over 1800
families, we find
ourselves with a strong sense of parish involvement and concern for our
neighbors. Rooted in our sacramental celebrations of the Eucharist, we
seek to shape our future in a positive way through our parish school,
religious education, youth ministry programs and numerous Christian
services. While maintaining a strong sense of Catholic tradition, we
for ways to revitalize our Christian values through more openness to
God's word and our gospel call to love God and neighbor. Trusting in
the Holy Spirit, we seek new ways of being church for members, active
or not, as well as reaching out to the wider community.
on the north bank of the Merrimack River in Lowell,
of St. Michael was established in 1883 to service the needs of the
Irish immigrant community of Centralville and Dracut. For a short time
working class community met in a nearby firehouse until the people
to the present location on Sixth Street. A school was founded in 1889
the Dominican Sisters to educate our children and instill the knowledge
and appreciation of Catholic tradition.
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