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If you already compiled sage from source or you downloaded the binaries, you need to:

make openssl
sage -f python3 # takes very long time

Maybe you need to run make after that or maybe also make pyopenssl but I am not sure. I do answer this question around me often but I do not have a OSX myself, so I am not 100% sure.

If you just downloaded the source, you can run make openssl first so that python3 gets built with its SSL module according to this post by Samuel Lelièvre:

make openssl

That being said, hopefully openssl will be included in SageMath as a standard package soon, see ticket #29555 which will make all of this much more easy for everyone.