All Saints Parish Collaborative: Pastoral Plan


What is a collaborative? Think of it like a household. Some households consist of a large family, other households might consist of a single person. In the same way, some collaboratives have more than one parish, but some collaboratives consist of just a single parish. All Saints Parish is a single-parish collaborative. Technically we are …

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As Christians we are called to give our time, talent and treasure for the glory of God, our Creator, to sustain and strengthen His Church, the Body of Christ in which each of us participates as a son or daughter of our Divine Creator. From a practical standpoint, our parish relies on our financial donations …


Our Church is Accessible


To enter the Church without climbing stairs, use the ramp that leads to the side door of the church facing Blaisdell Street. When you enter this door, Our Lady’s Chapel, where Adoration is held, is to your right. The entrance to the main church is to your left. There is an accessible restroom down the …

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Annual Financial Report Sept. 30, 2018

All Saints Front Exterior

Annual Financial Report Sept. 30, 2018 In order to perform the mission that Christ has given us all as baptized Christians, our parish must be financially sustainable. You are respectfully invited to read the annual financial report. As a parish we are called to respond with prayer, fasting, and action guided by the Holy Spirit. …

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Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

Faithful Citizenship

“We need to participate for the common good. Sometimes we hear: a good Catholic is not interested in politics. This is not true: good Catholics immerse themselves in politics by offering the best of themselves so that the leader can govern.” – Pope Francis, 9/16/13 Read the statement from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops …

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Communion for those with Gluten allergy or Gluten intolerance

Low Gluten Hosts

All Saints Parish has Low-Gluten Hosts available for those who have a Gluten allergy such as Celiac or other dietary restriction. Please see Fr. Chris or an Extraordinary Minister in the Sacristy prior to Mass. At Communion, please proceed to the Presider and inform him that you need to receive a Low-Gluten host. Anyone with …

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The Precepts of the Church


We may be confident that in keeping the precepts of the church, we have a basic foundation to build on, that we are able to respond with trust in God’s love to discern His will for us. The Precepts are: 1. Attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation. 2. Receive the sacrament of …

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Facilities Use

Welcome to All Saints Parish! We are happy to assist you in hosting your event in our parish facilities. Call the parish office to discuss your event and make arrangements. In the meantime, read and download a packet that has all the documents and details. 


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Call or Visit Our Church!

Rev. Christopher Wallace is our pastor. Father Chris is looking forward to meeting YOU. Come to Mass, or stop by the rectory during the day, or call 978-372-7721 any time. The rectory email address is [email protected] All are welcome. Join us. Like our Facebook page and read our parish bulletin online, or pick up a copy at any of the church entrances.

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