COVID-19 Information

14 Park Street, North Attleborough, MA 02760 + 508-695-6161 +



Guidelines for attending our outdoor Masses

Please note the following: All those attending in person Mass must remain in their cars except to receive Communion. You may not set up chairs outside your car in the parking lot.  A mask must be worn when out of your vehicle to receive Communion. There will not be a loudspeaker, you will need to listen with the radio in  your car.

If do not have a car and wish to attend, you may bring your own chair and sit across Park Street. You may not sit on the grass in front of the rectory or in the parking area.   You will need to remain socially distant from others who are not in your family, wear a mask at all times and bring your own radio to listen to the Mass.  There will not be any loudspeakers, it will be broadcast over a radio frequency that is available via signs when you arrive at Mass.

 Guidelines for attending our indoor Masses

Reservations are no longer required to attend Sunday Mass. Those who are unvaccinated are asked to wear a mask when indoors at Mass or parish events. Masks are not required for those who are fully vaccinated. All those who feel more comfortable wearing a mask in public spaces are welcome to do so.

All of our protocols for both indoor and outdoor Masses are in place for the health and safety of all.  Thank you for your assistance in keeping our parish community and those around us, healthy and safe. 

June 26, 2020
New Letter from Father Rodney  regarding  for Mass

Please click on the link below to read the letter regarding Masses at Transfiguration of the Lord Parish



Letter from Father Rodney and Father Jack regarding re-opening for Masses

5.27.2020 RE-OPENING LETTER for the Parish


Diocesan Guidelines for Parish Reopening

Please click on the link below to read the guidelines set forth by the Diocese of Fall River relative to the celebration of Mass.

Diocesan Guidelines for Reopening May 2020


Parish Office Remains Closed

Based on the directives of the Governor of Massachusetts, the parish office will remained closed to the public until further notice. Staff are working in the office and are able to assist you either via email/phone calls or dropping items in the drop box located outside the and to the right of the parish office door.  Please use the parish email  for any questions related to the parish. Please contact Mrs. Corvese directly at with any questions regarding the Faith Formation Program. We will do our best to get back to you in a timely fashion. Please limit phone calls to the office to urgent matters. Thank you for your help.

STAY CONNECTED see the Transfiguration of the Lord Facebook page to see live Masses with Father Rodney and Father Jack  and connect with others in our Parish Community.


March 18, 2020


Dear Fellow Parishioner,

We find ourselves in a most unique situation.  These are scary times that come with a great amount of uncertainty.  Today, for example, I was on the phone with a local florist who was inquiring about our flower order for Easter.  I don’t possess a crystal ball; I am unable to predict the future but since the Bishop has suspended all worship services indefinitely, I have a responsibility to keep things afloat and I cannot do that without you.  On the parish website there is a link to Gabriel online giving.  This is a reputable company (Armand Brunelle is a parishioner who owns the company and is both trusted and respected by the Diocese, in point of fact, they are encouraging us to use this company as we have the ability to get it up and running immediately.  I personally clicked the link, filled in some brief information, and within less than one (1) minute my credit card was charged.  Bank routing numbers are not accepted at this time only credit cards.  I urge, plead and encourage you to financially support your parish at this time of crisis.  As you know and as I know, small businesses and non-profits are the first to take an economic hit when something like this happens.  I thank you for your support of Transfiguration of the Lord Parish at St Mary Church, Sacred Heart Church and Saint Mark Church.

A reminder that we have a Parish Facebook live page, enabling many in our community to come together “virtually” for daily Mass and upcoming weekend Masses. In case you missed it before, here is the link for that site.

With prayers for your good health,

Fr. Rodney

Reverend Rodney Eric Thibault, J.C.L., Pastor


Our First Phase 1 Parking Lot Mass – Saturday, May 30, 2020 the Vigil of Pentecost

Our thanks to parishioner, Amy Letourneau for taking and sharing the photos of this historic event in the life of our parish community!

Diocesan Guidelines for Parish Reopening

A message from Bishop da Cunha

Please click on the link below to read the guidelines set forth by the Diocese of Fall River relative to the celebration of Mass.

Diocesan Guidelines for Reopening May 2020 

PLEASE NOTE: You do not have to register with a Facebook account to watch the Mass.  Check the video tab for previous Masses and go to the link at the Mass time to watch live.

We ask for your continued financial support of our parish community. A link to contribute on line can be found:

You may also continue to contribute with your budget envelopes by mailing them to the Parish Office at 14 Park Street, North Attleborough, MA 02760


Please see Bishop da Cunha’s letter regarding COVID-19:   Bishop’s Letter 3.16.2020

All parish groups and meetings have been canceled until further notice.

Faith Formation classes and workshops are canceled until further notice. First Communion and Confirmation are on hold until further notice from the Diocese of Fall River (see Bishop da Cunha’s letter above)

Please do all that you can do as an individual and as our parish community to ensure the health and well-being of your family and those around you.  We ask for your cooperation and prayers as we work through this challenging time.


Below are some links with information regarding the virus:

Town of North Attleborough Board of Health:


Commonwealth of Massachusetts official website:


Center for Disease Control (CDC):


World Health Organization (WHO):


Please follow this link for Father Rodney’s letter of March 16 regarding Covid-19:Father Rodney Letter full