In addition to the regular prayer schedule, RCIA, and religious education classes, check out the following opportunities at St. John’s for fellowship and formation: 

-Fr. Cannon often holds Catechism classes in the church library. Watch the bulletin for the next sessions. 

-St. John’s women’s group meets every first and third Wednesday of the month outside the lower chapel near the parish offices. See the page on our website for more details.

-The Knights of Columbus are very involved at our parish. Check out their website to see what they’re planning next.

-Every summer, we hold the very popular Summer Bible Adventure. Stay tuned for details. 

Local Opportunities for Faith, Sacraments, Fellowship, and Formation: 

The Theological Institute of St. John’s Seminary in Boston, MA
Two fully accredited graduate degree programs in Catholic theology for laity, religious, and deacons


St. Benedict Abbey in Harvard, MA 
Mass, Sacraments, Divine Office, retreats


Mount St. Mary’s Abbey
Cistercian nuns in Wrentham, MA


St. Joseph’s Abbey
Trappist monks in Spencer, MA


Worcester Catholic Women’s Conference
This year the conference was held on October 7th, 2023


Connecticut Catholic Men’s Conference
This year the conference was held on September 23rd, 2023


Betania II in Medway, MA
Perpetual Adoration
Retreats, healing services


Chestnut Hill Center
Evenings of Recollection
Spiritual direction, retreats, youth programs
Locations listed HERE
Contact: Peter Kniaz 

Here is a list of some of the local Catholic Schools: 

  • St. Benedict Classical Academy, Natick, MA
  • Sparhawk Academy, Millis, MA
  • Montrose School, Medfield, MA
  • Bishop Feehan High School, Attleboro, MA
  • Boston College High School, Dorchester, MA
  • Catholic Memorial School, West Roxbury, MA
  • Malden Catholic, Malden, MA
  • St. Sebastian’s School, Needham, MA
  • Trivium School, Lancaster, MA
  • Xaverian Brothers High School, Westwood, MA

Click HERE to find a more extensive list of Catholic schools in Massachusetts. 


Online Resources: 

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