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)
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Thank you for visiting the web site of The Parish of Christ the King, 5 Jobs Fishing Road in Mashpee, MA on Cape Cod.
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.
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.
Confirmation Class 2017
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First Holy Communion Class 2017
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Hale & Farewell
|Where there is charity there is God: The highest virtue – even greater than faith and hope, which are essential to the Christian life, is charity. Why, because faith and hope are needed here and now to keep us believing in God and longing for a life in perfect union with Him, but when we get there, these virtues will no longer be necessary, that is why St. Paul tells us that it is charity that will remain, and so it is the greatest virtue of all. Charity is not pity, it is love, not the romantic love which is the predominant notion of love in our contemporary culture, but the self-sacrificing love revealed in the Mystery of the Incarnation and Redemption, in that Christ forgoes his glory and humbles himself to be one|
with us, and goes even further in that he then lays down his life for our sake, accepting even death on a cross. This is the highest form of love, the love that gives without expectation of return, the love that sacrifices all for the good of the other. This love is not easily practiced nor frequently is it perfectly achieved, and the only hope that it will be so is that we as disciples of Christ exercise it as often as possible. Every year the local church that is the Diocese invites us to exercise such charity by responding to its request that that we support the pastoral, educational, social, and charitable activities of the church in this portion of the Lord’s vineyard which includes Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands. This is charity because we are being asked to give even though what we give is not necessarily going to directly benefit us, or even others whom we may know but it will surely be used to instruct the ignorant, shelter the homeless, visit the sick and imprisoned, and welcome the stranger, and so much more besides. In imitation of Christ we are being asked to sacrifice for the good of others from whom we can expect nothing in return except perhaps their gratitude. Having been personally involved over the course of my priesthood in Hospital Ministry and the Spanish Apostolate both of which directly and nearly completely depend on the funds raised from this appeal, I can assure you that your donation is going toward efforts that are not only worthwhile but necessary to undertake for any community that wishes to be called Christian. So let us begin discerning now how to make whatever sacrifice would be necessary to stretch our charitable capacity a bit more by giving something in addition to what we might be comfortable giving! When we do we can be assured that God is in the mix, touching the lives of those who benefit from our generosity, but also as His life is increased in us through the virtue of charity.
Fr. Edward Healey
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ARE YOU A NEW PARISHIONER OR WANT TO BE?
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.
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BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC
Saturday July 1st
after the 4:00 Mass
and Sunday July 2nd after
8:30 and 10:30 AM Masses
Christ the King 28th Annual
Charity Golf Classic
on Monday, September 11, 2017
Willowbend Country Club
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
RELIGIOUS PILGRIMAGE OPPORTUNITIES in 2017
POLAND & EASTERN EUROPE
NOVEMBER 1st -10th $2989 pp/do
Fr. Kaliyadan – 508-737-8103
FATIMA & PORTUGAL
NOVEMBER6th-15th $2749 pp/do
Fr. Cabral & Fr. Frederici – 508-675-7150