Our Mission Statement

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.

If you require any assistance, please don’t hesitate to call the rectory at (413) 243-0275. We will do what we can to help meet your spiritual needs during this unprecedented time.

 

 

Sacramental Schedule

Please bring your own masks and follow guidelines and instructions.

LORD'S DAY MASSES
St. Mary's in Lee
Saturday 4:00 PM, Sunday 8:00 AM & 11:00 AM
(We will be streaming our Masses on CTSB and on Facebook - link to our site can be found at top of this webpage)

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

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


CONFESSIONS (Will be outside at the Marian statue, behind the oratory, please bring an umbrella if it rains)
St. Mary's in Lee
Saturdays 3:00 - 3:45 PM

WEEKDAY MASSES (Lee)

Monday - Friday
7:00 AM



2nd Wednesday of the Month
7:00 PM (Except on Holy Days)

Deanery through St. Agnes in Dalton Daily Mass and Sunday Masses (livestreamed daily and at 4pm Saturday, 10 am Sunday or anytime recorded online http://www.stagnescc.com/)

Parish Office Hours

The rectory is now open for limited hours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9 am-12 pm or by appointment. To keep each other safe, we still need to practice social distancing and such so you are encouraged to call or email unless an actual visit to the rectory is needed.

[email protected]

(413) 243-0275

Virtual Advent Seminar 2020

http://www.diospringfield.org/packets/10.20.20/Advent%20Seminar%202020.pdf

Roman Catholic Bishops of Massachusetts Statement Regarding Senate Budget Amendment Expanding Abortion Access

        

Roman Catholic Bishops of Massachusetts

Statement Regarding Senate Budget Amendment Expanding Abortion Access

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Clay Christensen on Religious Freedom

https://www.youtube.com/embed/YjntXYDPw44

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Payday loan expansion means fast money and cycle of debt for Michigan's poor, bishops say

CNA Staff, Dec 2, 2020 / 04:01 pm (CNA).- A Michigan proposal to quadruple the maximum lending amount allowed for payday lenders would exploit the poor and trap many people in a cycle of debt when alternatives are available, the Michigan Catholic Conference has told a State Senate committee.

“People in the state may be unaware that charity agencies and low-income lending opportunities exist to assist those who are in dire circumstances and need quick access to cash,” David Maluchnik, vice-president of communications for the Michigan Catholic Conference, said Dec. 1.

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New coalition champions spiritual rights of patients

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Dec 2, 2020 / 03:00 pm (CNA).- A new coalition seeks to promote the rights of hospital patients to have “reasonable” access to family and clergy during the pandemic.

The Health Care Civil Rights Task Force is a project of the Christ Medicus Foundation, the National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC), the Terri Schiavo Life and Hope Network, and other groups. The task force issued a statement on Nov. 19 calling for the protection of civil rights during the pandemic, “Defending the Fundamental Dignity and Health Care Civil Rights of All.”

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NYC mayor de Blasio defends decision not to pay for coronavirus testing at private schools

CNA Staff, Dec 2, 2020 / 02:20 pm (CNA).- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is defending his decision not to extend state funding for on-site coronavirus testing to students in Catholic schools, as he fights a court mandate that the state department of education provide testing to both private and public school students.

“We believe the law is clear that it is not the city’s obligation to provide the actual testing service,” de Blasio told the New York Post Dec. 1.

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