Save the Dates!
Our Day of Service at Dorothy Day Hospitality House
Our parish has been supporting the poor at Dorothy Day for over 35 years. In July, our parish team was able to feed over 150 people, and the ongoing need is great. Our day of service is the second Sunday of every month. We could use at least two more helpers. Please sign up in the vestibule if you are able to help. The sign up sheet can be found on the bulletin board. In addition, we need more volunteers going forward. Please consider this ministry, and If you are able to help in a future month, please reach out to Gladys Gannon 203-438-2521.
It is Time to Come Home
Please take a moment to listen to this message from Bishop Caggiano regarding the changes in current restrictions due to the pandemic and the end of the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. You may click here to review the letter from the Connecticut Catholic Conference of Bishops and here for details on how current guidelines will be implemented in our parish. All the changes will take effect next weekend beginning with the Vigil Mass of the Solemnity of Pentecost.
14th Annual CT Catholic Men's Conference
Men of the parish, please save the date for September 25th and plan to attend the Annual Men's Conference to be held at the New Britain Stadium. Please visit www.ctcatholicmen.org or click here to see the flyer for more details.
Outreach Committee Collection
Our Outreach Committee continues to accept donations of non-perishable foods and canned goods. From this point on, donations will be brought to our fellow parish, The Church of the Blessed Sacrament, in Bridgeport. Thank you in advance for your continued support and generosity. Donations can be left in the bin downstairs outside of McKeon Hall, and are generally picked up after the first weekend of the month.