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Pastor's Corner

Happy Anniversary!

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 8/13/18

Tomorrow marks the anniversary of the original dedication of Holy Redeemer Church by Bishop Daniel F. Feehan back on August 27, 1916. In those days the church was a mission of Holy Trinity in W. Harwich. Holy Redeemer did not become its own parish until 1955. The architecture of ... Read More »

Parish Annual Collection Kickoff

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 8/10/18

Holy Redeemer Parish began its Annual Collection on August 5. The collection will continue through September 30. The Annual Collection is used to supplement the parish budget collection to pay for some of the larger expenses incurred by the parish during the year. This year we have begun several ... Read More »

Parish Annual Collection Kickoff

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 7/30/18

This week parishioners should receive a mailing announcing the start of the Annual Collection. The collection period begins this weekend August 5- September 30. The Annual Collection is used as a supplement the parish budget collection to pay for some of the larger expenses incurred by the parish during ... Read More »

Parish Annual Collection Kickoff

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 7/24/18

Each year the largest fundraiser for Holy Redeemer Parish is our Annual Collection. This week parishioners should receive a mailing announcing the start of the collection. The collection period will run from August 5- September 30. The Annual Collection is used as a supplement to our budget collection to ... Read More »

Rules of Civility

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 7/09/18

We’re all doing a great deal of bemoaning the lack of civility in our discourse both on a national and a personal level but are we doing anything about it? We can’t look to politicians or the talking heads that pervade the media to restore some civility to our ... Read More »

Christmas in July?

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 6/24/18

What is a Christmas Tree doing in church in the beginning of July? Well it is a Giving Tree for St. Joseph’s House for the Homeless in Hyannis. St. Joseph’s House is an agency of Catholic Social Services for the Diocese of Fall River. As a summer project Holy ... Read More »

Religious Freedom Week

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 6/18/18

Religious freedom is one of the founding principles of our country and fundamental to our national identity. Unfortunately, in our increasingly secular society for some religious freedom has come to mean freedom from religion. This week the Bishops of our country ask us to celebrate Religious Freedom Week. Religious ... Read More »

Happy Father’s Day

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 6/12/18

Today we celebrate Father’s Day and I offer best wishes to all fathers. Here is my suggestion on how to use that Amazon gift card you might have gotten. A worthwhile purchase for all fathers would be Pope Francis’ recently publish book on the Our Father. The book is ... Read More »

Thank You and Prayerful Best Wishes!

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 5/28/18

Stefanie St. Pierre, our Choir Director will be leaving her position at the end of this choir season. She has been choir director for the last ten years. The parish thanks you Stefanie and sends its prayerful best wishes.

When Stefanie notified me in an email she said she ... Read More »

Francis Make Movie Debut

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 5/28/18

The papacy and popes have been the subjects of many movies. They have appeared in historical drams like “The Agony and the Ecstasy” about the relationship of Michelangelo and Pope Julius while the former was painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Pure drama such as “The Shoes of ... Read More »

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