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Welcome Fr. Christopher Hughes!
We are so blessed that Fr. Hughes will be sharing his ministry here at Our Lady of Assumption and Our Lady of Victory parishes! Please give him a warm welcome.
From the Anchor:
Rev. Christopher Daniel Hughes, son of Daniel and Joanna Hughes, is a 27-year-old from Sandwich and is a parishioner of Christ the King Parish in Mashpee. He has one younger brother and one younger sister. Growing up he was very involved in the church as an altar server, lector, Extraordinary Minster of Holy Communion, catechist, parish council member and was involved in youth ministry. He was also involved in diocesan retreat programs on the Cape.
For many years he prayed about whether the Lord was calling him to the priesthood. He was also involved in his high school years at Pope John Paul II High School in Hyannis, from where he graduated in 2013. After high school Deacon Chris went to St. Joseph’s College in Maine, graduating in 2017.
Upon graduating Deacon Christopher was accepted by the Diocese of Fall River and began his studies at Immaculate Conception Seminary. Over the summers he has served at St. John Neumann Parish in East Freetown, Christ the King Parish in Mashpee, St. Francis Xavier Parish in Acushnet, and St. Mary’s Parish in South Dartmouth. He has finished his studies of theology at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. He will become Parochial Vicar at Our Lady of Victory Parish in Centerville and Our Lady of the Assumption Parish in Osterville, and chaplain of St. John Paul II High School in Hyannis effective June 21.
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Anointing of the Sick
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