Saturday, March 26, 2022 at 2:50 PM
The Archdiocese has lifted the mask mandate. If you are more comfortable wearing a mask, please do so. We also advise that you continue to socially distance from those not in household. Thank you
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Our Lady of Hope Parish is a welcoming community commited to Jesus Christ and to His Gospel. Living His command to love others, we reach out to serve those in need and to become a source of strength and love for our parishioners, visitors, and community.


All volunteers who minister in the Archdiocese must attend the Protecting God’s Children training and complete the Code of Conduct form. In addition, every year all current volunteers and new volunteers must complete a CORI Form.  Our Lady of Hope has begun the process for CORI completion for all volunteers and forms are available at the exit of the Church and on the rectory porch. Contact the rectory office to verify your ID (driver's license or passport) once completed.

There have been downsides to the Pandemic, but an upside has been online training sessions for the Protecting God’s Children (Virtus) program. Which might be more convenient to those with busy schedules.

If you will be volunteering and have not yet attended a training, the Child Advocacy office is now providing ‘live’ weekly PGC trainings on Zoom through Virtus throughout the summer. Just go to the usual, the ‘Live Training’ tab and ‘Pre-register for an upcoming live training session’ – and you will find the schedule for adults to complete their PGC requirement with the Archdiocese of Boston via Zoom (Braintree). You will also see other Live sessions being offered in person throughout the diocese, so if you prefer; you can attend in person at others listed too. If you register for a training, please let us know once completed and forward a copy of your completion certificate to the rectory office.












Our Faith


Some FAQ's...

When are masses held?

Our parish's schedule of masses is available by viewing our online calendar. Click Here

How do I become Catholic?

We're glad you asked! We welcome you to contact the church office to meet with our pastor. We've also provided some introductory answers on this website. Click Here

Where is the church located?

An interactive map with driving directions from your location is available on this website. Click Here

Where can I get a Parish Registration form?

Where can I get a Religious Education registration form?

We're interested in getting married at OLH. What do we need to do first?

Congratulations! The first step to being married at Our Lady of Hope is to reach Father Tom Keyes directly, at 978-356-3944. Marriages need to be arranged at least six months prior to the intended date. Click Here

Weekly Mass Schedule

Daily Mass: 9am
Monday through Saturday
(No Mass on Wednesdays)

Saturday Vigil: 4pm
Sunday: 9:00am & 11:00am

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