February 26th – Mass & ashes at 8:15a.m., 12:00noon, 5:30p.m., and 7p.m. (Spanish Mass)
Our usual Saturdays from 3:30-4p.m. (except on Holy Saturday), and (during lent) starting March 3rd, Tuesdays from 5-5:30p.m. during Adoration.
Tuesdays, 1-5p.m. with Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3p.m. and Rosary at 5p.m.
“Blessed is She – Living Lent with Mary” – Tuesdays during lent for 45 minutes following the 8:15a.m. Mass in the cry room with Sr. Melinda and Deacon Mike Hodges beginning March 3rd.
Stations of the Cross
Fridays at 6:00p.m. – On Good Friday at 3p.m.; Spanish Stations at 4p.m.
Operation Rice Bowl
Bowls are available at the doors and will be collected at all Masses on Palm Sunday
Operation Rice Bowl helps you reach out to our brothers and sisters in need in the US and around the world. Your prayers, fasting and almsgiving this Lenten season will help Catholic Relief Services continue to provide life-saving assistance in nearly one hundred countries. CRS works on our behalf to care for the poorest in our world and to end global poverty.
Annual Lenten Mission
“The Transfiguration” presented by Fr. Warren Savage, Saturday, March 7th, after the 4:30p.m. Mass. Tickets are $10.00 (includes a light supper), and will be sold at Masses for the next 3 weekends.
You can also purchase them at the rectory M-F between 8:3a.m. and 5p.m. Deadline to purchase is 3/1.
Holy Name Parish 2020 Micah Award Recipients
“There are no great things, only small things with great Love.” (Saint Mother Teresa)
Edie Ferrero and Alice Ford
“I enjoy servicing others. I believe I have a servant’s heart.” “I enjoy the patients, I don’t know what I ever do for them but I know what they do for me.” Edie Ferrero and Alice Ford, in their quiet, unassuming ways bring a “Servant’s” heart to everything they do in the service of others. Edie and Alice volunteer in the Eucharistic hospital ministry at Baystate. Edie for 19 years and Alice, at age 90, for 25 years! Last year the ministry gave Holy Communion to 19,734 patients! Their work is often overlooked without fanfare. They would tell you there’s nothing special about their service. After retiring they were blessed with more time on their hands. They put those hands into the service of others.
Edie grew up in an Italian family. When Edie’s parents, Esther and Julian got older, Edie took care of them. The family attended Holy Name Parish. Alice grew up in Holy Name attending Holy Name School. Two of Alice’s aunts: Agnes Conception, Mary Gerald were both Sisters of Saint Joseph and were teachers when Alice attended Holy Name school.
Volunteering for Loaves and Fishes, volunteering to schedule programs, volunteering as a receptionist, assisting at funerals and lectoring, each woman insists that God led them and they simply followed. Saint Mother Teresa once said: “It’s not about how much you do, but how much love you put into what you do that counts.” Both women are the epitome of Mother Teresa’s quote because what each does comes from their heart.
You would find both women at the hospital each and every Sunday morning helping to prepare for Mass and daily reflection services. Edie and Alice, the “Dynamic-duo” at Holy Name Parish, have lived the Gospel message; to find great love in the smallest acts of kindness.