37 Lee Street, Lowell Massachusetts

The Shrine

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.

St. Joseph the Worker Shrine is located in downtown Lowell, in the historic district. It’s a friendly and welcoming place for those of all faiths or no faith. Visitors come here to receive the sacrament of reconciliation as well as to participate in the celebration of Mass. But many come throughout the day to be alone with the Lord in quiet prayer and reflection.


More about the Shrine...

Please sign the Holy Land Petition

As Pope Francis prepares to undertake his pilgrimmage of faith and reconciliation to the Holy Land from May 24 - 26, 2014, Aid to the Church in Need is asking you to sign their petition. We want Christians living in Palestine to have better access to the Holy places, including the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, [...]

Ecumenism of Martyrs

There are Christians in our World who are being persecuted for their faith.  They are being persecuted not because they are Catholic or Protestant,but simply because they are Christian.
Please not our information onthe bulletin board relative to the suffering of allwho believe in Jesus.
AID TO THE CHURCH IN NEED
For Catholics:  EWTN has a wonderful program [...]

Join the Invisible Monastery

Pledge to pray for vocations at the international website, invisiblemonastery.com
It was inspired by a Vatican document urging Catholics to “organize an ‘invisible monastery’ in which many persons, day and night, are committed to continuous prayer for priestly vocations.” - Taken from vianneyvocations.com

Meals on Wheels looking for volunteers

Meals on Wheels for Homebound Elders is in desperate need of lunch-time drivers.  If you can volunteer your time to deliver a meal tothe homebound elderly, please contact Joyce at 978-686-1422 ext. 22.

Congratulations Fr. Tremblay

On May 18th, 1974, Fr. Gene Tremblay of the Shrine staff was ordained to the priesthood as an Oblate of Mary Immaculate.  On Sunday May 18th, 2014 he celebrated 40 years of ministry.