Fr. David J. Mullen, Pastor

384 Hartford Avenue, Bellingham, MA 02019-1217
Telephone (508) 966-0260, Fax (508) 966-4404
email: frmullen.saintbrendan@verizon.net
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ONLINE GIVING

Support Saint Brendan using your credit card, debit card or bank account.

Click here to make a donation online.

 
Upcoming Parish Social Events
Coffee and Donuts after the 10:30 AM Mass: 3rd Sunday of Every Month
NOTE: Coffee and Donuts changed to June 23 for this month only !!!!
Pitch Tournament : June 14th at 7:00 P.M.
For more details, check out the
Parish Social Committee page !
 
Pitch Tournament! ... A Parish Social Event 
 The Social Committee is hosting a fun night of cards! Please join us for a Pitch Tournament ~ Friday, June 14 @ 7:00 in Gilmartin Hall If you are interested in playing there is a signup sheet near the entrance of the Church. Or contact Pat Whalen at: 508-733-0641 You are welcome to bring your favorite snack and beverage to share.
 
Coffee & Donuts After 10:30 Mass
A Parish Social Event
Notice!! Changed to Sunday, June 23, 2024 from this weekend!
 
Vacation Bible School is Coming!
VOLUNTEERS (Teen & Adult) NEEDED!
New website has all the details www.myvbs.org/saintbrendan.
 
Father Gilmartin Scholarship 2024
Sunday August 4th Deadline for letters of request to Fr. Mullen
Please consult the Scholarships page for submission guidelines.
 
Livestream of Holy Mass Celebrations
as well as Holy Week Celebrations and other Parish Events.
Includes recordings of past events. Please see here for details

 

Holy Souls Prayer Group
Tuesdays 6:30 to 7:30 PM
A group of the faithful gather at St. Brendan’s to pray for the
Holy Souls in Purgatory. All are welcome to come and participate!
 
Prayer Group for the Purification of the Church
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
 
Boston Catholic Appeal 2024
The 2024 campaign has just begun and our assessment is $18,568 and our goal is $26,900
As of June 2, 2024, $14,853 is pledged which is 78% of our assessment and 54% of our goal

You can donate online here - Please make sure to set Saint Brendan in the Parish Credit.
Boston Catholic Appeal 2017
Our goal is $28,190 of which, as of Jan 2, 2018, we have reached 91% -$25,554.
Remember: 60% or more of all donations above our assessment will return to the parish this year.
Click here for Credit card donations. Please select St. Brendan's in the Parish Credit.
Click here for information on other ways to give.
Please see the parish by parish results via link on this page.
 
Pastor's Fund for the Poor
Throughout the year people come to the parish for financial help. They are often in need of money for food, prescriptions, or gas. We help them as we can. The Pastor’s Fund enables us to do this. If you would like to make a donation to this fund then please put it in an envelope that is marked "Pastor’s Fund for the Poor". Checks should be made out to St. Brendan Parish. You can drop the envelopes in the collection, mail them in, or visit the parish offices and leave them with Mrs. Kelly Lacasse.
 

Sunday Mass Schedule:
Saturday at 5:00 P.M. (switches to 4 PM at the end of daylight savings time)
Sunday at 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, and 5:30 P.M.

Confessions:
Saturday at 3:00 - 4:30 P.M. and prior to Mass at 5:00 P.M.

WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS!

If you are new to St. Brendan's and would like to register in the parish, please call the Parish Office (508) 966-0260.

Saint Brendan's is a Catholic Church in Bellingham, Massachusetts. This web site provides links and info of interest to Saint Brendan's Parishioners, Christians, and Pro-Lifers.

St. Brendan's Church, parish offices, restrooms, and Fr. Gilmartin Hall are wheelchair accessible and smoke-free.

Contact Father Mullen by email: frmullen.saintbrendan##@@@##verizon.net

Contact Father Mullen by email: email: frmullen.saintbrendanverizon.net

 

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The Mission of the Catholic Communities of St. Blaise and St. Brendan is to be a people dedicated to spreading the Good News of God’s saving love to all, as we journey together in faith. As a sacramental people, united in the Eucharist, we seek to develop the full and active participation of all peoples and strengthen our relationship with Jesus Christ. Through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we strive to give witness to God’s word and through the teachings of Jesus Christ actively follow the Gospel message by living the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.