the challenges, opportunities and
responsibilities that the unique religious
composition of Sharon presents.
the presence of the Risen Lord who
gathers us as a worshipping community
and sends us forth to love and to serve.
open and constructive dialogue as we
strive to follow the teachings of Jesus
Christ though life-long learning and
and promote social justice that affirms
the dignity of every human being, and
rejects all forms of discrimination as
contrary of God's intent.
upon the grace and talents of all
parishioners so that together, laity and
ordained, we strengthen and guide our
value, and support the contributions
of people from all walks of life and
backgrounds as we celebrate and
explore our Catholic faith.
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Qualified applicant will be able to work 15 hrs per week to physically maintain parish grounds and buildings with minor repairs and upkeep. Will also supervise and schedule student help. Interested applicants please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 59 Cottage Street, Sharon, Ma. 02067.
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Volunteer & Social Event Coordinator:
This part-time position will be 10-15 hours per week and applicant must be able to work a flexible schedule according to the activities of the parish. The Coordinator will work collaboratively with staff, Pastor and Commissions to help build community and enrich the lives of parishioners. Interested applicants please send resume to email@example.com OR mail to 59 Cottage Street, Sharon, Ma. 02067. CLICK HERE for full job description.
Fr. Vinnie inaugurated and blessed our Door of Mercy, a door we don’t simply pass through but “pass over,” from darkness to light, from sin to grace, from brokenness to healing. God’s love is always available to us.
Parishioners are invited to record Acts of Mercy they perform or they witness or read about. Going on a service trip, repairing a broken relationship, offering assistance to someone, any “Revolution of Tenderness” can be recorded anonymously.
Fr. Vinnie will refer to the Book throughout the Year. As we focus on our personal and communal need for the conversion of our hearts and actions, upcoming events are being planned to support us; all are welcome!