The Church of the Most Precious Blood

 

Men's Fall Gathering

Tuesday, October 8th
Mass begins at 7:00 PM St. Theresa Parish

Please join us after Mass for refreshments, fellowship, and a witness of faith from Deacon Tim Donohue.


St. Theresa & Most Precious Blood Women’s Group

SAVE THE DATE for the ANNUAL FALL GATHERING & MASS

Wednesday, October 30

7:00 - 9:00 pm at St. Theresa Parish

Details to follow

WeShare - online weekly contributions

This program allows you to plan your giving and make your weekly contributions using your credit card or transfers from your checking or savings account at no cost to you. It is easy for you to sign up, manage your account and change your gifts as you see fit.



Most Precious Blood Dover

  



St. Theresa Parish Sherborn


 

Weekly Bulletins 

 

Mass Times

 
Most Precious Blood Parish

Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 9:00 AM
Saturday - 5:30 PM 

Sunday - 9:00 AM
Sunday evening - see schedule

St. Theresa Parish

Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 9:00 AM
Saturday - 4:00 PM
Sunday - 10:00 AM
Sunday evening - see schedule

  
 

Sunday Evening Mass Schedule

St. Theresa Parish, Sherborn
5:30 pm 

 

Sunday, October 6th (Rel. Ed begins)

Sunday, October 20th

Sunday, October 27th

Sunday, November 3rd 

Sunday, November 17th

Sunday, November 24th

Sunday, December 1st 

Sunday, December 8th

Sunday, December 15th




 

Mass Intentions

 

 

To reserve a weekday or weekend Mass for a deceased loved one or a special intention, please contact the parish office ten days to two weeks ahead of time.

Weather Policy

Whenever Dover-Sherborn schools are canceled because of bad weather, daily Mass and Religious Education classes will be cancelled and the Parish Offices will be closed at St. Theresa and Most Precious Blood Churches.  On the weekends, cancellations will be announced on tv (channels 5 and 7) and there will be a recorded announcement on the parish phones.  In the event that there is no power or phone service, the parishes will be closed. Father Grimes urges everyone to stay off the roads during severe storms both for personal safety and to give town crews ample time to clear roads.