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Welcome to Most Blessed Sacrament Parish
We are a Roman Catholic Church located in Wakefield, MA, serving the communities of Wakefield, Saugus, and Melrose. As a member church of the Archdiocese of Boston, our mission is to bring the saving power of God’s love, by way of the sacraments, through the Holy Spirit. We welcome all, in a friendly, safe, loving and accepting environment.
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Updates and Announcements
Please check back regularly, as we have an active parish with lots going on. Our goal is to keep everyone informed, and share our passion and love for Jesus through His Church. God bless you.
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November 18, 2023 - IMPORTANT NOTICE
On November 16th, Most Blessed Sacrament sustained a great deal of damage from a flood that started in a restroom. Present estimates are that it will take months to do all the necessary repairs and rebuilding. The church building was not damaged at all but the restrooms, gathering space, and the faith formation area in the lower level have significant damage.

Because of the extensive damage, the restrooms are unusable, and therefore, all Masses have been moved to Incarnation parish, 429 Upham Street, Melrose, until all the necessary repairs are made. Most Blessed Sacrament Church is NOT permanently closed.

The Mass times at Incarnation will be:

  • Saturday at 4:00 pm
  • Sunday morning at 8:00 am
  • Sunday morning at 9:30 am, and
  • Sunday morning at 11:00 am.

This schedule will remain in place until the repairs can be made at MBS. We look forward to welcoming all our parishioners back to MBS soon. Please pray that the repairs are done quickly.

For now, the Women's Guild meetings and Holly Festival Christmas Fair will also be held Incarnation Parish. This fair will be on Saturday, 12/2 from 8:30-2:00 pm.

As we work through this difficult time, we will keep everyone informed of other changes and closings that may occur.

Please keep us in your prayers.

Flooded area downstairs in Faith Formation Classrooms

COVID-19 Considerations
Social distancing, sanitizing and other restrictions have been greatly reduced since the peak of the pandemic, as per local, state, federal and archdiocese guidelines. We remain steadfast in our commitment of sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. However we urge those who are feeling sick, tested positive for Coronavirus, or at a higher risk for catching the virus to use common sense and not attend Mass in person. Thank you for your consideration and understanding.
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We Need You!
The pandemic has caused unique challenges as a world, a community and a church. Now more than ever we need to come together, put our faith in God, and continue to glorify Him through His Church.
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Donate Online
Since the start of the pandemic, and the dramatic drop in attendance at weekly Mass, our weekly donations have dropped off dramatically. Our survival as a church community depends on the generosity of our parishioners to help us however possible. We appreciate any and all online donations.
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Thank You!
We need your help, your prayers, and your involvement. Please browse through the many ministries in the links on the left, and see how we can help each other. Thank you for keeping us in your prayers. Be assured, you are all in ours.
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Jesus asked His followers to spend time with Him in prayer.You are invited to spend an hour with Jesus in a special way through Eucharistic Exposition and Benediction. Come see how the Eucharist can bring joy, strength and healing power to your life.
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