Welcome to the Holy Redeemer Parish website! We're glad you're here.



To see more photos, check out our photo gallery! *Click the blue "photo gallery" text to be taken there*







Daily Mass Monday thru Friday: 8 AM
Saturday Vigil: 4 PM
Sunday Masses: 8 and 10 AM






Our Office Hours Are Tuesday - Thursday 9 AM to 3 PM



Thank You to All Who Joined for Our Day of Reflection and


Faith Sharing!

Over 80 parishioners in our parish gathered for a day of reflection and faith-sharing and to launch small groups. It was a glorious day and many of our parishioners will be gathering in April to begin a small group series for Eucharistic revival, "Jesus and the Eucharist." Jesus and the Eucharist is a dynamic, 7-session study designed to help you connect with your fellow parishioners as you fall deeper in love with our Eucharistic Lord.


At Holy Redeemer, small faith-sharing groups will meet for about two hours a week during April and May and immerse themselves in the beauty of our faith, hear from some of the most brilliant voices in Catholicism and explore the mystery of the Eucharist anew as a part of the National Eucharistic Revival.

Come and join us. You can call the Parish Office at 508-945-0677 or click the "Contact Us" button at the top of the page and fill out the form.


We hope you will join us!

Renovation Work Continues


Steady progress continues on the Holy Redeemer Church Renovation project. Pictured here are some workers busy underway in the altar area. In case you missed it, Bishop Edgar da Cunha will be celebrating a rededication of Holy Redeemer in July.


To view more photos of the ongoing Renovation Project, take a look at our new webpage HERE


Our Parish Vision


Through a culture of excellence in worship, we are a Christ centered welcoming parish dedicated to life-long faith formation, evangelization, social works of justice and community outreach that strengthen the Catholic Church on the Lower Cape. Through gifts of time, talent, and treasure we embrace all people as brothers and sisters.


To watch a prior mass, please click the button below. Please note that until the renovation of Holy Redeemer Church is complete, we will not be able to Live Stream mass. However, upon our return to Holy Redeemer, the live streaming option will be available once again.



Our priests make a tremendous difference in our Diocese and in our lives as Catholics. That positive impact is extraordinary at times, like when a priest acts in the Person of Christ in the Sacraments, or when a priest visits us and our family during times of sickness or great need, or when a priest leads multiple parishes or assignments. Other times, the positive impact is felt in smaller yet profound ways, such as when a priest offers us a word of encouragement, or preaches an impactful homily, or takes the time to visit with our parish groups and ministries. Whether in extraordinary or small yet profound ways, our priests make a great difference, and the Diocese would like to hear these stories of positive impact in order to encourage our priests in their divine vocation and on their path of holiness. To that end, and out of a spirit of gratitude and encouragement for our priests, the Diocese is asking you to submit stories or experiences of when a priest has impacted you, your parish, or your institution. These stories can be big or small, and we encourage you to continue submitting your stories of impact both now and in the future.

Online Link

By using the following link on any device: www.surveymonkey.com/r/J2K2DD8 or www.fallriverclergysupport.org

Email or Mail

By writing directly to Matt Robinson, Director of Clergy Support, at mrobinson@dioc-fr.org or mailing to the following address:

Matt Robinson

Diocese of Fall River

450 Highland Avenue

Fall River, MA 02720


Church Renovations Capital Campaign


As you already know, thanks to your tremendous support, we ran a successful capital fundraising campaign to help offset the cost of much-needed renovations to our church, with a specific focus on physical accessibility to our worship space. The highlight of these renovations will be an elevator to replace the current chair lift which has outlived its usefulness, along with many other necessary and welcome updates, improvements, and additions to our church. Please click the "Letter from Fr. John" button below for a letter from our pastor Fr. John explaining the renovations in detail. Click the "Church Renovations Gallery" button to visit a photo gallery with images of the renovation progress to date.


               National Eucharistic RevivalNATIONAL 

"The Bishops of the United States are calling for a three-year grassroots revival of devotion and belief in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. They believe that God wants to see a movement of Catholics across the United States, healed, converted, formed, and unified by an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist—and sent out in mission “for the life of the world.”


For more information, visit the diocesan website: