St. Richard Parish

May God's Grace Be With You

Saturday: 4:30PM

Sunday: 7:30AM; 9:00AM; 11:00AM.

Weekday: 8:00AM Mon-Fri.

Reconciliation: 4:00PM Sat

Welcome To

St. Richard Parish

located in Danvers MA

90 Forest Street

Danvers MA 01923

(978) 978-774-7575

50 years fb

Parish Staff


Rev. Bruce Flannagan



Tania Malone

Administrative Asst.



Sandra Ciruolo

Religious Ed. Director, Gr 1-10



Colleen Newbury

Religious Ed. Youth Director



Brenda Myers

Liturgical Music Director

(978) 500-1726


Victoria Woodley and Larry Kucy

RCIA Directors, 774-7575


Altie Nichols  Secretary/Receptionist, 774-7575

Parish Bulletins

For a complete archive of our parish bulletins, please click here.

Did you know...

There are 68.2 million Catholics in the United States (22% of the U.S. population), and 1.07 billion Catholics in the world (17% of the population).


Annual Pancake Breakfast, Sunday Feb. 3rd

2018 Holy Days of Obligation 


- Thursday, May 10 - Ascension of Jesus


- Wednesday, August 15 - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary


- Thursday, November 1 - All Saints' Day


- Saturday, December 8 - Feast of the Immaculate Conception


- Tuesday, December 25 - Christmas

Return To The Church


The Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination in the United States, accounting for about 25 percent of the country’s population.  The Church continues to grow and many people have chosen to convert to Catholicism.  The Church is a vibrant, active community of believers which continues to have a positive influence on the lives of many people.  


However, there are people who for one reason or another have stopped actively participating in the Church and attending Mass.  We live in a busy culture and society.  There are many demands that are placed on us.  Yet people are searching for a deeper sense of meaning, for a closer relationship with God, and for a more authentic spiritual identity.


Since the Church is a family, especially here at St. Richard, we miss those Catholics who may have left the Church or who have stopped participating in our liturgy and sacramental life.  Perhaps you or someone you know are in this situation and do not know how to come back or how to become active again.  The first thing you need to know is that you are always welcome back.  The Church misses you and hopes that you will choose to come home as an active member.


Catholics Come Home is a non-profit, independent charity whose purpose is to invite inactive Catholics, and others searching for a faith home, to the Catholic faith.  Their informative and interactive website helps to answer questions about Church teachings and gives an overview of the Catholic faith.  Some of its founders and supporters recently returned to the Catholic faith and want to share their positive experiences with others. Many never left the Church, but recently grew to understand and appreciate their Catholic faith more deeply. All feel part of a big Catholic family, who sincerely hope others will also find more peace, real answers, and true happiness through the gift of faith.


Please feel free to explore any questions you may have about the Catholic Church or how you can return to an active participation in St. Richard by visiting the Catholics Come Home website, or by calling Fr. Bruce and arranging a meeting.


Visit this link for valuable resources and personal witness testimonies about living a committed Christian life: