The virtual Mass is available for viewing all weekend starting at 4:00pm on Saturday.
Watch other daily and Sunday Masses on WatchTheMass.com.
Here are some ideas to enhance your experience for Praying the Mass Remotely.
Virtual Children's Liturgy of the Word
Each week, we offer a virtual Children's Liturgy of the Word that includes prayers, this week’s Gospel reading, music, and a craft activity -- all geared for our younger parishioners. If you've missed any installments from previous weeks, they and their accompanying guides are available on this website's CLOW page. There, you will also find some great family CLOW prayers and activities for the Year of the Eucharist.
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Cardinal Sean has lifted the dispensation and reinstated the Sunday and Holy Day Mass obligation, effective the weekend of June 19/20, 2021. Click here to read the Cardinal's full statement.
Weekend Mass Schedule:
4PM on Saturday at OLA
7:30AM on Sunday at OLA
9:30AM on Sunday at SMG
11AM on Sunday at OLA
Daily Mass Schedule:
Winter Advisory: If Lynnfield Public Schools are cancelled due to weather, there will be no weekday Mass at our churches.
OLA - 9am on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
SMG - 9am on Tuesdays and Thursdays
In the light of spiking numbers of new COVID cases, Cardinal Seán is mandating that throughout the Archdiocese all people attending public Masses, including weddings and funerals, wear masks. This mandate takes effect December 18, 2021, and will be in place until at least March 3, 2022. If you wish to continue to practice social distancing, designated pews in both churches have been reserved. You DO NOT have to register for Mass and we are no longer taking temperatures as you enter our churches.
In the event that we learn that someone who attended one of our Masses tests positive for COVID-19, we will make an announcement on this website, so please check this page on a regular basis.
There are many heroes among our volunteers who have kept our parish going during these difficult times. We thank those who took temperatures and checked off names of people entering our churches, and those who cleaned between Masses. Their efforts helped keep us safe, and we are eternally grateful.