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We are a Eucharistic community, finding strength in Jesus and His Church by living both Word and Sacrament. We minister to the needs of the People of God through Worship and living out the Gospel and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

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Monday through Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

(413) 243-0275

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Sacramental Schedule

LORD'S DAY MASSES
St. Mary's in Lee
Saturday 4:00 PM, Sunday 8:00 AM & 11:00 AM

St. Mary of the Lakes in Otis
Saturday 5:30 PM

St. Joseph's in Stockbridge
Sunday 9:30 AM


CONFESSIONS
St. Mary's in Lee
Saturdays 3:15-3:45 PM

WEEKDAY MASSES (Lee)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
7:15 AM

SERVICE OF THE WORD (Lee)
Wednesday
7:15 AM

Mass in Honor of St. Jude (Lee)
2nd Thursday of the Month
7:00 PM (Except on Holy Days)

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St.. Mary's Teens Head off to Steubenville NYC

A group of teens from St. Mary's is heading to Queens, NY today ... Read More »

Bishop Rozanski's Statement on the Killings in Orlando

Once again our nation has been confronted by unspeakable violence directed at innocent ... Read More »

Funeral for Reno Buratto Thursday (6/16) at 11 AM in Lee

Our parishioner Reno Buratto died on Sunday, June 12th. We extend our prayerful ... Read More »

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Saint of the Day

Solemnity of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist

Jesus called John the greatest of all those who had preceded him: “I tell you, among those born of women, no one is greater than John....” But John would have agreed completely with what Jesus added: “[Y]et the least in the kingdom of God is greater than he” (Luke 7:28).

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St. John Fisher

John Fisher is usually associated with Erasmus, Thomas More and other Renaissance humanists. His life, therefore, did not have the external simplicity found in the lives of some saints. Rather, he was a man of learning, associated with the intellectuals and political leaders of his day. He was interested in the ...

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St. Thomas More

His belief that no lay ruler has jurisdiction over the Church of Christ cost Thomas More his life.

Beheaded on Tower Hill, London, on July 6, 1535, he steadfastly refused to approve Henry VIII’s divorce and remarriage and establishment of the Church of England. Described as “a man for all seasons,” ...

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