Holy Mother of Sorrows PNCC
A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another, even as I have loved you, that you also love one another.-John 13:34


News, Information, and Calendar



Sundays Masses are celebrated at 8 AM and 10:30 AM


Address change If you or your family members changed the address, please update it in our church records.



Stations of the Cross will be held on every Wednesday in Lent at 7 PM



Mass for health is held on Thursdays at 9 AM.



Lenten Fish Fry Dinner (Home battered fresh haddock) will be held on Friday, March 19, 2021 at Frank Bednash Memorial Hall, from 12 - 6 PM. Takeouts ONLY.  Dinner includes:  fish, fries, vegetable, coleslaw, dinner roll. Donation is $10.  



Lenten Retreat March 23, 2021 Due to the significant feedback and requests our Future Direction committee will be holding a PNCC wide virtual Lenten Retreat on Tuesday March 23rd beginning at 7 pm.  Important: Email pbmikovsky@pncc.org or robnem21@aol.com by March 21,2021 to receive the Zoom link 



Palm Sunday is on March 28, 2021. Two masses with the blessing and distribution of palms will be celebrated at 8 AM and 10:30 AM. Due to pandemic regulations and social distancing, the Palm Sunday procession won’t be held.


Blessing of Easter Food Baskets will be held on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at 11 am and 4 pm in the church

Easter Sunday Masses will be celebrated at 7 AM and 10 AM



                          Cemetery Reminders (Cemetery By-Laws)

#13. No fences, trees of shrubbery are allowed on a grave site.  Rose bushes and excessive plants are prohibited.  Plants should not be in excess of the with of the grave monument or more that 12 inches in front of the monument.

#14. When cleaning around the grave or lot, it is not permitted to throw stones, dirt, etc. on other lots or over the cemetery fence.

#(17).  The Parish reserves the right to remove any excessive or dead shrubbery, stones, fences, decorations or monuments of any sort from the grave if they do not conform to the By-Laws of the cemetery if the parish Committee deems necessary.  If possible, persons responsible will be contacted and asked to correct any problems.  Failure to do so may result with the Church correcting any problems and submitting the bill for work completed to the person responsible if the Parish Committee feels such action is necessary.



 E-mail data. It is very helpful to have all parishioners e-mail addresses.

E-mail is the fastest and most reliable way to communicate instantly. Over the last few months we were sending emails to parishioners pertaining to the situation with the pandemic and church closing, but many emails were invalid.  If you want to be notified about the matters of our church, please provide your current e-mail address. The best is if you send your e-mail address by e-mail to holymofs@gmail.com so we can update this information in our database.