Sacred Heart Church

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99 King Street, Northampton, MA 01060

Daily Mass M-F: 7:30 AM & 12:10 PM

Saturday Mass: 4 PM
Saturday Confession: 3:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Sunday Masses: 8 AM (3rd Sun Polish Bilingual) 11 AM, 5:30 PM (Folk Music)

Holy Day Mass: 12:10 PM & 6 PM

Annunciation Chapel


87 Beacon St. Florence, MA 01062

Saturday Mass: 5:00 PM
Saturday Confession: 4:15 PM - 4:45 PM

Sunday Masses: 9:30 AM (Children's Mass) & 12:10 PM (Spanish Mass)

Holy Day Mass Vigil: 5:30 PM

Adoration: First Fri of month 9 AM - 12:30 PM & Every Fri from 7 PM - 11 PM

Confession Fri: First Fri of month 6 PM - 7 PM

Parish Offices

3 elm street

3 Elm St. Northampton, MA 01060

Phone: 413-584-7310
Fax: 413-584-4788
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM - 3:30PM

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Father Reilly walks you through the Season of LentWelcome to the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish website! We are very happy you are visiting us here. Please allow us to introduce ourselves. We are a Catholic parish, part of the Diocese of Springfield under Bishop Mitch Rozanski.

No matter who you are, where you live, where you’ve come from, or what you’re seeking, everyone is welcome at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton! 

Our simple Mission Statement captures what we strive for as a Roman Catholic Parish of the Diocese of Springfield; “Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish is called together by God as a faith sharing community to radiate, celebrate and proclaim Jesus Christ through prayer, word, worship and service as we seek to build up His one body, adapting to the diverse needs of the people in whose midst we live and witness. ”As human persons and as disciples of Christ we, like you, are constantly changing and developing, growing and evolving our identity as Christians. As a Parish we feel we can do this better within a community setting and so I invite you to explore your faith with us. You can learn a lot about us from this website and please come, worship with us, or contact us and I think you’ll see why we proclaim “All are welcome here!”

Father Francis Reilly, Pastor