Masses

Saturdays: 4:00 PM

Sundays: 8:30, 10:30 AM & 5:30pm

 

Monday through Friday: 8:30 AM

Saturday: 8:30 AM
(First Saturday of the month only)

~WELCOME~

Ash Wednesday Schedule ~ March 1

Ashes will be blessed and distributed at:
8:30 AM Mass • 12 Noon Mass • 3 PM Word Service • 7 PM Mass

 

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Check the schedule above for Mass times.

Thank you for visiting the web site of The Parish of Christ the King, 5 Jobs Fishing Road in Mashpee, MA on Cape Cod.

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As you visit our site, you will see that we are a vibrant parish offering many opportunities for people to live out their Catholic Christian faith. There are activities and organizations for people of every age and almost every interest. We have a food pantry, a library, and a thrift shop. We have a very active St. Vincent de Paul Society, numerous educational opportunities, social gatherings, and liturgical ministries, and that is just the tip of the iceberg!
Our Mass schedule can be found on the home page and under “schedules/directions” We would love to have you join us as we listen to God’s Word and share in the Eucharist.
 
You can join the parish by setting up a time to come to the office. If you are registering on line, go to “registration”, fill out the form, and hit “submit”. Someone from the parish will call you to extend a welcome. If you have any questions or comments, please go to “contact us” and all submissions go directly to the parish office, or email me personally at pastor@christthekingparish.com
 
If you live on Cape Cod for only part of the year, you are welcome to join the parish and participate in the various organizations for as long as you are here.

 
 
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(Rev.) Edward J. Healey

Pastor

WE ARE A CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF FAITH

Our Mission Statement ~The Roman Catholic Community of Christ the King Parish has as its purpose: The providing of spiritual nourishment and enrichment to its members through the Holy Spirit, in harmony with the Second Vatican Council; and the offer of welcome to all. This is accomplished by celebrating the sacraments, preaching the Gospel by word and example, and instructing in the truths of the faith. We strive to be present in a spirit of prayer and service to those in need using the talents and gifts of our individual members. We are life~affirming stewards of God’s creation striving to build the Body of Christ.

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Dear Parishioners,

Although the Catholic Church is for various historical reasons not an official member of the National Council of Churches but as fellow followers of Christ we often find ourselves in agreement with one another and have reason to cooperate with one another in spite of  various denominational differences. Certainly we can wholeheartedly agree with their letter, reprinted below, in response to the alarming increase in anti-semitic activity recently occurring around our nation. Let us join with all Christians and others of good will in being  be vigilant  against this form of hatred and injustice, praying for its end, and speaking up against it at every turn.

Sincerely,
Fr. Healey

 

 

 

 

WASHINGTON: The National Council of Churches denounces recent anti-Semitic incidents and condemns rhetoric that has fueled such acts. We stand firmly with our Jewish brothers and sisters during this difficult time. As a community of 38 Christian communions in the United States, the National Council of Churches continues to pray and work for a nation in which all persons may freely worship as they wish without fear. In this, we are not alone.

For months now there has been a sharp rise in threats made against synagogues and Jewish community centers.There have been at least 67 incidents at 56 Jewish Community Centers in 27 states and one Canadian province since the beginning of 2017. This week, bomb threats were called in to Jewish organizations across the nation, and a Jewish cemetery in University City, Missouri, was vandalized.

We are encouraged to see acts of love, moral courage, and solidarity among faith groups in response to these hateful acts. When a mosque in Victoria, Texas, was destroyed by fire in an apparent arson, Jewish leaders from the community gave Muslim leaders the keys to their synagogue. In response to the Jewish cemetery vandalism, Muslims have launched a campaign to raise funds to repair it, more than tripling their goal of $20,000. We encourage churches to reach out to Jewish communities being threatened and offer similar acts of friendship and solidarity.

Anti-Semitism has no place in our society. Eradicating it requires keeping constant vigil. The National Council of Churches is committed to this effort.

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Fr. Healey ~ pastor@christthekingparish.com

Mary Becker ~ mary@christthekingparish.com

Joanne Lemay ~ joanne@christthekingparish.com

Sonny Capizzi ~ sonny@christthekingparish.com

Carol Daniels ~ carol@christthekingparish.com

Kathy Laird ~ faithformation@christthekingparish.com

Kathy Laird ~ youthministry@christthekingparish.com

 

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Video taped homilies…

Go to Sunday “Readings & Homily” after the printed Gospel
click the play button.

For past homilies look under Video Gallery”.

New Albums in the “Photo Gallery”

 

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ARE YOU A NEW PARISHIONER OR WANT TO BE?

 

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If so, please pick up one of the new Welcome Information Packets at the church entrances to get more information about the Parish of Christ the King.

The packet has a welcoming note from Fr. Healey stressing the center of parish life is the celebration of the Eucharist as well encouraging people to take advantage of the many opportunities in the parish to get involved. In addition, there are cards for Registration, Staff Directory, Mass Schedules, Parish Support and Involvement.

Click the email address – office@christthekingparish.com – to have a packet mailed to you.

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Knights of Columbus
BLOOD DRIVE
Monday, February 27, 2017
12 NOON until 6 PM  
Parish Hall

Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Monday, February 27th • 3 PM – 6 PM
“Shrove” Tuesday, February 28th
 9 AM – 12 Noon

Parish Nursing
BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC
Saturday March 4th
after the 4:00 Mass
and Sunday March 5th after
8:30 and 10:30 AM Masses
 

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Sunday School For Adults:
One hour classes following the
10:30 AM and 5:30 PM Masses
will begin next Sunday, March 5th
and continue throughout the seasons
of Lent and Easter.

The topic on the First Sunday of Lent
will be Fasting: its Physical and
Spiritual Benefits.

Thereafter, we will look at the
Reformation which began in 1517
during the observance of
its 500th Anniversary.