KINGSTON — The Office of Campus Ministry at Sacred Heart School, 399 Bishops Highway, announced that Cardinal Séan O’Malley will preside a mass in conjunction with the school’s Founder’s Day at 11 a.m. Jan. 31.

The mass will be dedicated to the Sisters of Divine Providence. In the fall of 1948, the Sisters opened Sacred Heart School, kindergarten-grade seven, on Court Street in Plymouth and over the next 14 years, the Sisters built both the High School and the Elementary School in Kingston, as well as a residence for the Sisters.

The Peer Ministers, under the guidance of Andrea Hurm, are planning a special Liturgy during the mass. Several Sisters of Divine Providence will sing “Ave Maria” at the mass, following which there will be a small reception for O’Malley hosted by Sacred Heart School President Sister Myra Rodgers.

O’Malley is the ninth bishop and sixth archbishop in the more than 200-year history of the Archdiocese of Boston. This will be his second visit to Sacred Heart, having celebrated mass at the school in November of 2015.

“The entire Sacred Heart community is honored to welcome Cardinal O’Malley and have him officiate at this special mass,” said Sister Myra Rodgers, President of Sacred Heart Schools. “We are delighted that the Cardinal will help us tribute not only the Sisters of Divine Providence, the Founders of Sacred Heart School, but likewise the faculty, staff, parents and grandparents who through these 71 years have supported and encouraged the growth of the school.”