Welcome

Good Shepherd Catholic Church is a vibrant faith community of a little more than 500 households. Through our liturgies, our ministries, and our outreach, we seek to be a parish that is welcoming, prayerful, caring, and joyful.

I welcome you to our new website. If you are a member of the parish, please enjoy browsing. I think you will like what you see.

 If you are a visitor who is seeking a parish to call home or just curious, I hope you will like what you find here.  Please join us for worship. All are welcome.

Fr. Larry Esposito

Pastor


Congratulations to Mario H Forget Memorial Scholarship Recipients

admin : July 19, 2014 11:06 pm : Headlines

Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Mario H. Forget Memorial Scholarship Award: Matthew Hamel and Julia Turgeon. Matthew has served in his ministry as a junior and senior lector, and Julia has been a religious education teacher’s aide and more recently a teacher in the program. We are grateful to these young people for their commitment to serving God and our parish family. Thank you to those whose donations to this fund have made these awards possible.

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Sacraments in Full Swing this Spring

admin : June 2, 2014 9:46 pm : Headlines

Spring is a time for new beginnings. Not only do the flowers bloom, the trees blossom, and the birds return from their Southern getaway, but we as Catholics celebrate new stepping stones in our Faith.

On Sunday April 27th and Saturday May 3rd 23  parishioners shared in the body of Christ for the first time as they celebrated their First Communion.

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Then, on Friday, May 9th 20 parishioners took the next step in their Catholic Faith by receiving the sacrament of Confirmation. While the services took place at St Gabriel the Archangel’s in Upton, candidates were given their official send off at the 10:00 mass on May 4th, and were later celebrated upon their return on May 11th.

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Congratulations to all parishioners who celebrated these achievements and to the family and friends who share joyously in their faith.

 

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Please Support Those in Need

admin : May 17, 2014 12:31 am : Headlines

Food Pantry and New Day Outreach
“…I assure you, as often as you did it for one of my least
brothers, you did it for me.” Matthew 26:40
On the last full weekend of each month, we have an
opportunity to respond to Jesus’ call for us to help those in
need. Next weekend, May 24 & 25, is our Food Pantry and
New Day Outreach weekend.

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This month our donations will go to the People First Food
Pantry in Uxbridge. Please bring your donations of nonperishable
food items (no expired items, please) and/or
paper & household products or personal care items to Mass
next weekend. If every family brings even just one item,
imagine the good we will do!!

New Day
Monies received in the Good Shepherd Church replica on
the last full weekend of each month are used to help
individuals and families from our parish, and also to
support various community causes. Your generosity each
month enables us to continue to help those in need.

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Cardboard City 2014

admin : May 17, 2014 12:09 am : Headlines

Good Shepherd Youth Ministry once again participated in Cardboard City to raise funds and awareness to combat poverty and homelessness. Funds collected were donated to Uxbridge and Northbridge food pantries and will also be used to finance their Mission to Blessings of Hope this summer.

Check out the latest pictures below:

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Holiday Fair Meetings Underway

admin : May 4, 2014 6:55 am : Headlines

Want to be involved in the Holiday Fair? Several Meetings are currently underway throughout the summer including the following:

  • General Fair Meetings: Every other Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 PM in the Parish Center (Welcome Room/John Paul II Room). Meetings move to every Wednesday come September.
  • Crafters’ Meetings: Every other Saturday from 11:00-2:00  in the Parish Hall. Meetings move to every week come September.
  • Parish Cookbook Meetings: Saturdays from 2:00 -3:00. See the calendar for dates.

Please check the Parish Calendar for all dates.

 

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Girl Scouts Recognized

admin : April 28, 2014 8:29 pm : Headlines

On Sunday, April 27th Father Larry awarded Brownie Troops with a religious pin award called My Promise/My Faith. This pin, which girls can earn once a year, complements existing religious recognitions and allows all girls to further strengthen the connection between their faith and Girl Scouts.  See pictures below:

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Good Shepherd Attends Men’s Conference

admin : April 12, 2014 8:01 am : Headlines

On Saturday, April 5th over a dozen men from Good Shepherd attended the 14th annual Men’s Conference. Don Bruneau, Bob Gazaille, and Jeff Gazaille were all members of the committee. Special thanks to Father Larry for his support since it’s inception and for  hearing confessions.  Next years is planned on March 21st 2015. Don

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Holy Week Schedule !

admin : April 12, 2014 7:03 am : Headlines

Embrace the last week of Lent and Celebrate Easter by attending Holy Week Services:

  • Saturday & Sunday, April 12 & 13:  4 PM, 8 & 10 AM: Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion
  • Monday, April 14: 8:45 AM Mass
  • Tuesday, April 15: 8:15 AM Mass (Note change) 10:30 AM Mass of Holy Chrism St. Paul’s Cathedral, 7:00 PM Confessions
  • Holy Thursday, April 17: 7:30 PM Mass of the Lord’s Supper
  • Good Friday, April 18: 3:00 PM Stations of the Cross, 7:30 PM Living Stations and Good Friday Liturgy
  • Holy Saturday, April 19: 7:30 PM Easter Vigil
  • Easter Sunday, April 20: 8:00 AM Easter Sunday Mass , 10:00 AM Easter Sunday Mass and Pageant
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Youth Ministry Collecting For Blessings of Hope: Thrifty Ways You Can Help

admin : March 30, 2014 1:05 am : Headlines

This summer members of Good Shepherd’s Youth Ministry will be performing mission work at Blessings of Hope, a food ministry in Ephrata Pennsylvania. But they are not going alone. They will have in tow a U-Haul packed with 120 banana boxes of toiletry and personal hygiene products, like toothpaste, shampoo, and soap. Why these items? Because unlike food items, struggling families are not able to purchase them with food stamps. Imagine not having the money to buy everyday essentials for showering, brushing your teeth, or shaving for you and your family. more »

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Clothing Collection Shed

admin : March 29, 2014 11:01 pm : Headlines

As announced at masses last weekend, we have entered into a partnership with a company called “St. Pauly Textile”. This is a company that distributes clothing around the world. They have more than 800 of these collection sheds in MA, Upstate NY, PA, VT, and CT. more »

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