Mass Schedule

Saturday 4 pm, Sunday 9 & 11:15am
Other Local Area Mass Times

LANDINGS - Welcoming Returning Catholics

Dave Lebleu - Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Are you someone who “used to be Catholic”?

Did you “grow up Catholic” but haven’t connected with a local parish?

Are you a Catholic who is searching for a more spiritually fulfilling life?

Are you thinking about becoming more active in your Catholic community?

Would you like to participate more fully in the Catholic liturgy and sacraments?

No matter how long you have been away for whatever reason, we invite you to consider renewing your relationship with Christ and His Church through LANDINGS.  LANDINGS is a Paulist Ministry, run by parishioners of the St. Anne – St. Catherine Collaborative, aimed at welcoming Catholics who want to deepen their faith and commitment.

LANDINGS is an open, non-judgmental place to ask questions about Christ and the Catholic faith.  It’s a place where you will be respected and listened to.  LANDINGS is not a place where you will experience pressure, judgment or condemnation.

Interested in Learning More?

Contact Deacon Bill Dwyer

at or 978-394-4664

Catholic Stewardship Consultants Survey Results

Dave Lebleu - Tuesday, February 05, 2019

Back on April 2018, Catholic Stewardship Consultants (CPC) conducted a parish survey for the

St. Anne & St. Catherine Collaborative, to better understand attitudes and perceptions about

various areas of parish life.

A self-administered survey containing 62 questions was developed and handed out to parishioners

at weekend masses on April 21st and 22nd, 2018.

The link below provides access to a Summary Report that outlines the high level results and

recommendations for each survey area. Please contact the Parish Office if you wish to get a copy

of the full 180+ page report.

Summary Report Final--Click here

Andrew Walker Memorial Donations

Denise Van Veen - Friday, November 02, 2018

Andrew's parents (Michele and Robert) request that any donations to made in his memory should be directed to the St. Anne-St. Catherine Collaborative Mission Trip. 

Donations should be made payable to "St. Catherine Church" and in the memo line should read "Youth Mission in Memory of Andrew." Please mail your donation to: 

Dianne Walsh, 30 Allens Trail, Groton, MA  01450.

Andrew's family is most grateful for your kindness and support.

Weather Cancelation Information

Dave Lebleu - Thursday, November 01, 2018

If Westford or Littleton Schools are closed due to inclement weather, ALL activities at St Catherine and St Anne Parishes are canceled for the day and evening. This is to allow work crews to remove snow, de-ice our walkways and parking lots, and make our facilities safe for all. Parish closing information will be posted on channel 5 only.

If Westford or Littleton schools have a delay, morning mass is canceled. (does not apply to Funerals)

Religious Education class cancelations for weekends will be posted on tv, channel 5 only.

If dangerous weather occurs on a weekend, please use extreme caution. The Lord does not want you to be injured trying to come to Mass.

Thank you for understanding. 

God Love, Fr Peter

Finance Reports, Fiscal Year 2017-2018

Dave Lebleu - Saturday, October 27, 2018

St Catherine Annual Finance Report, FY 2017-2018

St Anne Annual Finance Report FY 2017-2018

Divine Mercy Faith Sharing Group

Denise Van Veen - Monday, October 01, 2018

What does Diving Mercy mean to you - as an individual, as a person in the community, as a member of the Church? In his encyclical Dives in Misericordia, St. John the Great wrote: "the genuine face of mercy has to be ever revealed anew... mercy seems particularly necessary for our times." Join us as we discover the ways that Divine Mercy affects our everyday lives and inspires us to higher goals. 

We will begin on Tuesday, October 2 at 10:00 AM in the Parish Center Conference Room at St. Catherine Church. This will be a 10-week faith sharing group. Our discussion will be centered around this great gift of God. 

For more information, please contact Pam Willey at

Why am I required to complete a CORI form?

Dave Lebleu - Thursday, September 20, 2018

Why do I need to fill out a CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) form?

At the St. Anne – St. Catherine Collaborative, we are committed to ensuring the safety of our children, youth, elderly and disabled brothers and sisters.   As a part of that commitment, we adhere to all guidelines set forth by the Archdiocese of Boston.  One of those requirements is annual background checks.  Some of the more frequent questions we have been asked are:

Who needs a CORI check?

The Archdiocese of Boston requires that all clergy, including those not serving in a parish, and all parish staff (full and part-time), together with all volunteers (18 years of age and older) who minister to or have the potential for unmonitored access to children, youth, elderly or the disabled, undergo a CORI check.

Why do I have to fill out a CORI request form every year?

The CORI Policy of the Archdiocese as well as Archdiocesan Policies and Procedures for the Protection of Children require an annual CORI.

If I fill out a CORI form someplace else, why do I have to fill one out for the Church?

Criminal offender record information may not be shared among entities certified to have access to CORI.

Why do I have to provide so much personal information on the CORI form?

The Commonwealth determines what information must appear on the CORI request form.  The specific information ensures that the returned CORI belongs to the person who filled out the request form.

To review all of our volunteer requirements, and other related documents pertaining to our commitment to ensuring a safe environment, please CLICK    Volunteer Requirements-Info page

Sexual Abuse Crisis-Bishop Barron's response

Dave Lebleu - Thursday, August 30, 2018

Friends, many of you have asked for my thoughts on the McCarrick abuse crisis, the Pennsylvania grand jury report, and the recent report from Archbishop Viganò.


Many of you have asked for my thoughts on the McCarrick abuse crisis, the Pennsylvania grand jury report, and the recent report from Archbishop Viganò.

We're all devastated by the horrific suffering of these many victims, and we're all wondering what to do next.

I shared some thoughts a couple weeks ago, in an article, but I thought it might be helpful to have a more candid conversation today, building on the USCCB's statement just released, which I wholly support.

Please watch the discussion, and together let's pray for the victims and the entire Body of Christ.

Watch the video here:


Bishop Robert Barron
Founder, Word on Fire Catholic Ministries

Word on Fire Catholic Ministries, PO Box 170, Des Plaines, IL 60016, United States

Cardinal Sean's message

Dave Lebleu - Tuesday, August 21, 2018
To view Cardinal Sean's video message click the link below.

Fr Lambert's 1st Mass

Dave Lebleu - Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Fr Lambert's 1st Mass, May 20, 2018