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In the 03/26/2021 edition:

Disciple Index Survey

This survey will provide you the opportunity to reflect on your own spiritual growth and provide feedback on the efforts of the parish to help you grow.

The survey should take you between 10-15 minutes to complete between February 17th - March 17th. 

Please note that your responses are kept confidential. MQOA and Catholic Leadership Institute will not have access to individual survey responses.

We thank you again for your participation in this important initiative!

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Sunday Mass

The Cardinal's dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation continues for everyone, even if Masses are being offered in churches in their area.  Your health and safety are our highest concern, please review all your options below to worship with us!

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Centered on the Eucharist, we work to offer hospitality and healing to all. Your financial and prayerful support makes everything we do here at MQOA possible. Online giving is easy and ensures that our parish can continue to reach out, minister, and serve.

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Excerpts:

LETTER TO FRIENDS AND PARISHIONERS OF MQOA

This letter is being mailed to all our registered parishioners for whom we have no email address.
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A MESSAGE FROM FR. MURRAY / UN MENSAJE DEL PADRE MURRAY

Our pastor's weekly bulletin column.
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CARTA A AMIGOS Y FELIGRESES DE MQOA


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BETA | Palm Sunday

Hello Beta leaders! We are approaching Holy Week, and this week’s Beta looks at one of the two Gospel readings from the Palm Sunday Mass. Two things that strike me on Palm Sunday every year are imagining how the disciples felt this week, not knowing what we know about how the story turns out… and, remembering that some of the very people who met Jesus with cheers and praise on Palm Sunday may have also been part of the crowd only days later as He carried His cross. For both groups of onlookers, the disciples and the crowd, this must have been a week of chaos, confusion, and discouragement. Can you relate? It’s tempting to jump over the sadness of Holy Week and go straight to the Good News of Easter, but I encourage you to linger here a bit longer, feeling the feelings of Holy Week, even though we know the “spoilers.” I pray you have wonderful conversations in this in-between moment!
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The Cardinal's dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation continues for everyone. Your health and safety are our highest concern, please review all your options below to worship with us!

Worship Online

Watch our Sunday Masses Online, www.mqoa.org
Saturdays @ 4:00 PM English & Sundays @ 11:30 AM in Espanol.

Worship Online

Worship In-Person

Join us for an In-person Mass inside either in St. James Hall or Immaculate Conception Church.

  • For now, Masses will be limited to 40% capacity across the Archdiocese. For Mary, Queen of the Apostles Parish that equates to 50 per Mass in St. James Parish Hall and 85 per Mass at Immaculate Conception Church.
  • Please use the Hall Entrance at St. James and the side (parking lot) entrance at Immaculate Conception Church.
  • Mass will be first come first serve. Please register online.
  • Doors will open 30 minutes before Mass & close at the beginning of Mass.

You may also, remain in your cars as the Mass will be broadcast on 88.1 FM and Communion will be brought to your car during Mass.

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Mary, Queen of the Apostles Parish

158 Federal Street, Salem, MA. 01970

978-745-9060      info@mqoa.org

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