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40 Hours of Eucharistic Adoration


And He came to the disciples and found them sleeping, and said to Peter, "So, you could not keep watch with Me for one hour?"  (Matthew 26:40)

Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist and Adoring Him is spending time in silence before Him praying, reading Sacred Scripture, Religious books or simply sitting and meditating on His Passion, Death and Resurrection.  The holy events that Jesus suffered for you to attain heaven.


40 Hours devotion will be celebrated starting November 10 at 7pm and continue until 3:30pm November 12, stopping only for Masses.  All hours will be held at Blessed Sacrament Church.


At the rear of both Churches are poster boards with signup spots for each hour.  There is a stated intention for each hour, and you are encouraged to pray for it and your own needs during the hour. You can also register online by clicking: HERE


Please join us by signing up for an hour, two or more!  If you have any questions or doubts of our Lord's presence in the Eucharist, please see Fr. Michael for assistance.



On Sunday, October 30, the Knights of Columbus with the assistance of the Women's Guild, Religious Education and Youth Ministries will be holding a Halloween Party from 12-2PM at Blessed Sacrament Hall. We will be having treats and ice cream. Children should wear their costumes. Please call the Collaborative Office to let us know how many will be attending. 781-233-2497.


A Respect Life Rose-For-Life drive will take place on October 29 and 30 at St. Margaret's after all the Masses. The funds raised will help Massachusetts Citizens for Life continue their educational and lobbying efforts to defend the Right to Life of he unborn, the disabled, and the elderly. Please make the most generous contribution you can for a silk rose.


Like the two disciples on the road to Emmaus, oftentimes, when we are in pain, we do not recognize the presence of God. Through prayer, reflection, and discussion, we will discover not only His presence, but also that God is there to help us carry the cross we are presented with when we lose someone we love. Fr. Tim and Bunny Pizzano will host ten sessions for those who grieve and would like to seek God's presence and trust in His ways. These sessions are once a month, and the next meeting is Wednesday, October 27. If you are interested, please speak directly with Fr. Tim.


Our Saugus Catholics Collaborative Pastoral Plan is now completed and approved for action! Click here to see what's coming up in this three year plan.



You are welcome to join our Monday morning Bible Study Group! We meet in St. Margaret Parish Hall immediately after the 9AM Mass. This year we are coordinating with Fr. Michael on one of the programs in the FORMED.ORG Internet Adult Faith Formation package. The first program is "Symbolon/ The Catholic Faith Explained: Part 1 - Knowing the Faith."  You do not need to join the Bible Study group to participate in Symbolon, but you do need to let us know if you're coming so we will have enough handouts.


What is coffee and conversation? It's a way to come together as a community. A place to get to know other members of the Collaborative. A gathering of young and old alike. A gathering of old friends or a place to make new ones.

To that end, we would like to revitalize/rebuild/enhance our current program. To do that, we need your help. We are looking for individuals, families, groups, and organizations to volunteer to take a Sunday and host the hour. What that means is that you will provide the refreshments, set up and serve the coffee. If everyone pitches in, it would be a small amount of time for any one host or hosts. The goal is to have enough people so that every host will only be responsible for one Sunday a year.

In addition, periodically we will have special activities/events. Our goal is to begin this new and improved program on November 27, the first Sunday of Advent. Isn't this a wonderful way to begin the new year?


"Eucharist is love broken and given, love poured out and flowing. We are to be that bread, that wine, that love fo rothers. Eucharist calls us to 'break' ourselves, as Christ did, in the service of others. We are to be Christ's body once again. How can we be tbody, acting for justice? How can we employ our many gifts to be the peacemakers?" Richard K. Taylor

We will seek to answer these questions in the forming of a Social Justice Committee as mandated in our Collaborative Pastoral Plan. Please consider joining the parishioners who volunteered at the Ministry Fair to begin this adventure. Two of the activities we envision for the coming year are a "Caring for Creation" Liturgy (Protecting the Environment) lithturgy and an opportunity for parishioners to purchase Fair Trade goods, sponsored by Catholic Relief Services. The Committee will decide on not more than three or four activities for the year. Social Justice is an important teaching of the Catholic Church. If interested, please contact Deacon Frank at 781-233-3049 or by email at dcn.frank@sauguscatholics.org. The first meeting of the Committee will be at Blessed Sacrament Hall on October 27 at 7PM.


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Saugus, MA 01906



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Saugus, MA 01906



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