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We who minister at the Shrine are committed to work collaboratively with one another and with you. Our aim is to provide a place of prayer, conscious reflection, and social action that is hospitable to and calls forth the gifts of all who come to the Shrine. We do this in the spirit of Jesus Christ and of Saint Eugene de Mazenod, founder of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.

Our mission is based on Matthew 11:28: Come to me all you who labor and are overburdened, and I will give you rest.”

 

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Healing Mass

 

Healing Mass

 

Thursday April 30th, 2015 @ 7:00PM

 

Please join us for an evening of prayer, praise, and healing as we welcome Fr. Richard McAlear back to St. Joseph the Worker Shrine!
 

 

Happy Easter

Happy Easter!

The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate - the priests and brothers who serve at St. Joseph the Worker Shrine -and staff wish you and your loved ones all the beautiful blessings of the Easter season.

We thank you for working with us to make St. Joseph the Worker Shrine a welcoming, prayerful, helpful place here in [...]

Gift Shop News

St. Joseph the Worker Shrine is now pleased to offer you the convenience of a Gift Card!  Gift Cards make great gift options at any time of the year.  Graduation, birthdays, baptism, First Communion, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Birth of a Child, Confirmation, Weddings and Christmas.
Make others happy and go easy on yourself by scooping [...]

Pilgrimages/Tours

Visitors on pilgrimage are most welcome and they come from various parts of New England and beyond.  Space in front of the Shrine is reserved for buses. Contact 978-458-6346 or email us for more information.
The Oblate Historical Museum, located on the 4th floor of the Shrine will be open each Saturday from 10:00 am [...]

Shrine Outreach

Pope John Paul II remind us that shrines are places in which “believers not only revive their faith but also become clearly aware of the duties that derive from it in the social field.” St. Joseph the Worker Shrine has a special fund for the poor, the St. Anthony Fund. Those who worship [...]