Sunday Masses 

Saturdays: 4:00 PM Vigil Mass
Sundays: 8:00, 10:00, 11:30 AM

Monday through Thursday: 8:00 AM
Fridays (during Lent) 7:00 PM
Saturdays (during Lent) 8:00 AM

 “A Welcoming Catholic Community promoting our faith, sharing our gifts, and serving all, in the name of Jesus Christ.”


Welcome to Saint Mary Parish! As the pastor, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our parish website. The parish of Saint Mary’s is a vibrant community of faith that seeks to know Jesus by bearing witness to his presence in the world and participating in the Mission to spread the Gospel, the Good News. That is our baptismal call and sharing it should bring us immense hope and joy.

There are many “ministries” and ways that our parishioners can give and receive. It is my sincere hope that as you get to know the community, you will be moved by the Spirit to find a way to “fit in” and make yourself at home. If you are new to Saint Mary’s and would like to register as a new parishioner, please click “registration” to fill out the form or to print a registration form that you can mail in, we will respond in writing. You can also pick up a registration form at the main entrance of the church should you wish to register in that fashion.

If there is any way that I might assist you or if you have any questions or concerns, I would encourage you to seek me out or any member of the parish staff. I am only a phone call or an “email” away and serving the needs of this portion of God’s Vineyard brings me great joy.




Check out St. Mary’s Lenten Page for ways to enhance your Lenten Journey!


Ash Wednesday  Wednesday, March 1st      8:00 AM ~ 12:00 PM  ~ 7:00 PM
Holy Thursday Thursday, April 13th     7:00 PM
Good Friday Service      Friday, April 14th     3:00 PM
Easter Vigil  Saturday, April 15th     7:00 PM
Easter Masses Sunday, April 16th     8:00 AM ~ 10:00 AM ~ 11:30 PM



Solar Update

Those driving on Dartmouth Street this past Monday might have been slightly inconvenienced
by the large Eversource trucks that were parked inthe street and then on a property. Well, thank you
for your patience but those trucks were here so that Eversource could switch out the old transformers
so that they can connect to the grid so that we can start generating our own electricity. I’m grateful
that we are yet another step closer to making going green that much closer!
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Beautiful Mercy Challenge

 This past Holy year of Mercy, Pope Francis encourages us to open our hearts to our brothers and sisters who are suffering by answering God’s call to know and serve people in need in loving and compassionate ways.

What a beautiful challenge this is for us all!

For the next several months St. Mary’s Youth Ministry and
the Parish will be dedicating a month to each of the 7
Corporal Works of Mercy.








Our prayer team is committed to pray for you.  

If you would like to have someone prayed
for submit your prayer request by clicking here
and your intentions will be added to our
Prayer Line. 


Have ideas or suggestions on how we can grow and strengthen our parish community?  We want to hear them!  Click here to submit your thoughts!



Welcome Home Catholic


Pastor Rev. Rodney Thibault, St. Mary’s Dartmouth


Want more information about our Faith or our Welcome Home Weekend?
Click here to view our Welcome Home Page.








 Vatican News
Following Pope Francis

Encyclical Letter: Lumen Fidei
June 29, 2013

   Laudato si' Special Edition - 1200Encyclical Letter: Laudato Si’
May 24, 2015

What is an encyclical? “14 Things you need to
about Pope Francis’ new Encyclical.”

“Pope Francis’ new document,
Evangelii Gaudium:
9 things to know and share.”



2015-2016 Annual Report 




2016 Annual Report Letter from Father Rodney E Thibault J.C.L.

2016 Financial Report Page 1 

2016 Financial Report Page 2 (Notes to Financial Report)




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                                 UPCOMING EVENTS                                                                     


March 2017

Mondays in March
Adult Faith Formation ~ 10:00am

Fridays in March
Reconciliation ~ 6:00pm

Stations of the Cross ~ 6:30pm

Mass ~7:00pm

Saturdays in March
Mass ~ 8:00am

Wednesday, March 1st
Ash Wednesday Mass ~ 8:00am – 12:00pm  – 7:00pm

Tuesday, March 7th
Pastoral Council Meeting ~ 6:30pm

Thursday, March 9th
Knights of Columbus Meeting ~ 6:30pm

Tuesday, March 21st
St. Vincent dePaul Meeting ~ 6:30pm

April 2017

Mondays in April
Adult Faith Formation ~ 10:00am

Fridays in April (During Lent)
Reconciliation ~ 6:00pm

Stations of the Cross ~ 6:30pm

Mass ~7:00pm

Saturdays in April (During Lent)
Mass ~ 8:00am

Saturday April 8th & Sunday April 9th
Lenten Family Weekend during Faith Formation

Sunday, April 9th
Confirmation Rehearsal with Sponsors at 6pm

Thursday, April 13th
Holy Thursday Mass ~ 7:00pm

Friday, April 14th
Children’s Station of the Cross ~ 12:00pm

Good Friday Service ~ 3:00pm

Living Stations of the Cross ~ 7:00pm

Thursday, April 20th
Social Concerns Meeting ~ 2:00pm

Saturday, April 29th
Sacrament of Confirmation ~ 11:00am




The Bells  of St. Mary’s

The Bells of St. Mary’s will ring the daily Angelus, the Call to Mass and on Holy Days.

Those wishing to contribute to the Carillon of Bells
please pick up a special envelope at the entrances of the church and contribution of $100 in Memory of Deceased loved ones will be acknowledged on a plaque

Envelopes may be found at any of the entrances to the church and returned in the collection basket at any of the masses.