Welcome to St. Patrick's Parish (Monson)
Home of the St. Peregrine and Miraculous Medal Novenas
And St. Christopher's Parish (Brimfield)
Though separate and distinct, we are Roman Catholic Communities that show our faith through love, forgiveness, healing, and compassion as taught by our Lord, Jesus Christ. Our willingness to share time and talent is what makes us truly rich. We strive to grow in our daily commitment to become better members of God's family. Called and led by the Spirit, we seek to know and celebrate Jesus through Word, Sacrament, and Service. It is our Mission and hope that we will be humble in our endeavors, and that our compassion will include all who are in need. We welcome all who attend our Eucharistic celebrations, all visitors, all new friends and hope that you will favor one of our parishes with your prayer, your presence, your talents.
4:00 PM Saturday ~ St. Patrick’s
6:00 PM Saturday ~ St. Christopher’s
8:30 AM Sunday ~ St. Patrick’s
10:30 AM Sunday ~ St. Christopher’s
Monday and Wednesday 9:00 AM at St. Christopher’s
Tuesday 8:00 AM and Friday 7:00 PM at St. Patrick’s
Holy Day Masses
Monday ~ Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Monday~Thursday 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
St. Patrick (Green), St. Christopher (Orange) Events
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Inclement Weather Procedure
For Both Parishes
In order to protect the safety of parishioners and myself, if school is canceled due to inclement weather then weekday Mass/Communion Service is also cancelled. The church buildings will remain locked and parish offices will be closed. The parish Administrative Assistant will attempt to place a specific intention in the next available opening. Weekend Mass is never cancelled unless dictated by the Bishop or due to a physical problem with the church building~no heat, no electricity, etc.
Meals for the Moment
Let us help in your time of need.
As a parishioner of St. Christoper''s are you or someone in your immediate household faced with an illness, injury, unexpected crisis or other life changing event or challenge? The Catholic Women's Club has a group of volunteers that are willing to make meals for you ( and your family that resides with you) during difficult times. Whether it is due to an illness, birth of a new child, death of a loved one or surgery, call on us to help ease your burden. We will deliver meals to your home for you and your family for a short time. Anyone who would like to be added to our list to prepare a meal for someone in time of need please let us know. Please contact CWC President Sheila Fortier, the rectory (245-7274) or talk to a CWC member you know to request meals or to join the team.
January is Soups, Stews and Warm Winter Nourishment month! Hot soup warms the body giving warms the heart! Please think soup as you shop this month and pick up some extra boxes or cans to donate to our Food Bank Basket at the entrance to the church. Pasta, sauce and cereal are always needed as well.
Pray For :
Alfred G. Gola
Cecile B. Henry
Rose Marie Staback