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.
Registration for the 2016-17 Faith Formation Year is NOW OPEN!
Please click on this link to register online. If you prefer, you may register in person at the rectory or take a paper Registration Form from the back of the church or during our Sunday Coffee Hours, 9:30 - 10:30 am.
If you have any questions or concerns, call the rectory at 781-784-2265.
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Director of Faith Formation:
Our Lady of Sorrows is seeking a Director of Faith Formation. The DFF works with the Faith Formation Commission and staff to understand the needs of the parish, as well as the unique character and quality of the larger community in which the parish exists.This includes developing the vision and curriculum for religious education for both traditional school-aged programs and adult faith formation. It is expected that Faith formation programming will be integrated with the larger life of the church, including liturgical celebrations, sacraments and church seasons. Particular attention will be paid to identifying ways to engage all parishioners in faith formation activities including elderly, families, singles, young adults, less active Catholics and those in interfaith families, as part of an integrated approach to faith formation. Resume and cover letter should be addressed to Lynn Jacobs, Business Office Manager at email@example.com.
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Music Director & Organist:
Our Lady of Sorrows in Sharon, Massachusetts, a vibrant community of approximately 900 families is seeking a part-time (24 hours per week) Director of Music and Organist. Responsibilities include planning music for and accompanying three weekend masses, Holy Days, Christmas/Holy Week. Funerals and weddings provide supplemental income.
Additional responsibilities include rehearsing cantors, directing a 20+ voice Adult Choir, Children’s Choir, Funeral Choir, and monthly Sunday and Wednesday Worship Services. The church has a well-maintained Estey organ in the loft and a Clavinova available in the sanctuary. Candidates should have a degree in music, thorough knowledge of Catholic liturgy and good interpersonal skills.
Resumes and a cover letter should be addressed to: Lynn Jacobs at:firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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!