St. John‘s Parish Updates

(Scroll down for Lenten Schedule)

FIRST COMMUNION.  For those children preparing to receive First Communion in the spring, sign up is available HERE.


Weekly Mass at St. John’s

Weekend and Daily Mass take place at St. John’s according to our regular schedule. Covid19 precautions are in place, please wear a mask and practice social distancing. Missalettes have been removed from the pews. To access readings, CLICK HERE.

For those who have not attended Mass since our re-opening in May, Mass looks a little different. For details, including a helpful video from the Archdiocese of Boston, CLICK HERE.

Although not required, sign-up for Mass is available, SIGN UP HERE

The Cardinal’s dispensation from attending Mass remains in place. Sunday Mass with Father Cannon is posted weekly on St. John’s YouTubeChannel for viewing at home.



Follow the Passion of Our Lord
through the Rosette Windows of
St. John the Evangelist Church

Four minute video chanted and recorded 
in our upper church by a fellow parishioner.


Lenten Confessions:

  • Mondays, March 1st, 22nd and 29th from 7-8PM
  • Every Saturday morning  from 8:30-9:15AM.
  • Confessions will take place in the parish center.

 Stations of the Cross and Benediction take place each Friday during lent at 7PM in the upper church. 






Reflections on St Joseph shared by Fr. Lacombe: Tuesday, March 9, 7PM, lower chapel. Join us for a Lenten evening of prayer with Fr. Lacombe. 




Holy Week and Easter Schedule:

  • Holy Thursday, April 1st at 7PM
  • Good Friday, April 2nd at 3PM & 7PM
  • Easter Vigil, Saturday, April 3rd at 7:30PM
  • Easter Sunday, Sunday, April 4th at 8AM, 10AM & 11:45AM

Sign up will be available for all Holy Week and Easter services (coming soon).



The Meaning of Lent with Bishop Robert Reed.  The St. Mary’s Franklin Women Faith Formation group is inviting women to join them in their monthly Zoom Saturday session, March 6th from 9:30-10:15AM. If interested in attending, please email Deacon Guy St. Sauveur ( For more information see the bulletin.



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