Dear new Parishioners,
As Pastor of Saint Mary’s Parish, I wish to welcome you as registered Parishioners to Saint Mary’s. I invite you to celebrate your faith throughout the year in the various liturgies, social activities and services that we offer. I pray that you will grace us by attending mass with us every Sunday.
We have a variety of programs and activities to meet the needs of people of all ages. The Pastoral Council works faithfully and persistently to coordinate all programs so that we may grow in love for God and in service to one another. The weekly parish bulletin contains a schedule of events in many areas, sponsored by the various parish groups.
Financial support is very important for our parish to thrive. I encourage you to use the envelops that will be sent to you shortly or to use our electronic banking option found on the Finance Office page of this website. We also need your creative spirit and participation. I hope you will become involved in our various church functions and/or service projects.
We have just opened our Parish Center and are completing our new priest’s residence. These have been made possible by the parishioiners’ generosity in response to our Capital Campaign "Rebuilding Our Parish Today for Tomorrow". As we continue to rebuild our parish membership, we are happy to welcome you.
Our Pastoral staff consists of myself, Fr. James Longe, parochial vicar, Deacon Donald J. Higby, Deacon David C. Southworth, and Patricia L. Monroe, Director of Faith Formation. Please feel free to call Alice Pacella, the parish secretary, at #413-567-3124 if we can help you in any way. Remember, if you or someone dear to you is sick at home or in the hospital, please call us so we can visit them.
If you still need to officially register as a parishioner please click here to download form. Please e-mail form (email@example.com) or snail mail to Parish Office 519 Longmeadow St. Longmeadow MA 01106
Once again, welcome to Saint Mary’s and I praythat you will always feel at home here.
Sincerely your in Christ,
Rev. Francis E. Reilly, Pastor