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17th Sunday of Ordinary Time Weekly Bulletin/Boletín Semana del 26 de julio 2020

Posted on July 24, 2020 in: Cluster News

17th Sunday of Ordinary Time Weekly Bulletin/Boletín Semana del 26 de julio 2020

 

Sunday Masses!

If you can’t physically attend Sunday Mass because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the canonical obligation to attend Sunday Mass is temporarily suspended. Nevertheless, the obligation to worship the Lord on Sunday remains.  If you cannot come to church for Mass on Sunday because of health concerns, take time at home to pray. Make a “Holy Hour” with the Lord. The Spanish 10:30 a.m. Mass will continue to be live-streamed and the 8:30 a.m. Mass will be recorded from St. Joseph Church and later posted on our cluster website.
Our cluster Mass schedule is as follows:
  • Mondays at 8 a.m. @ St. Joseph
  • *Tuesdays at 8 a.m. @ St. Joseph
  • Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. @ St. Mary (Spanish)
  • Wednesdays at 8 a.m. @ Saints Peter & Paul
  • Thursdays at 8 a.m. @ Saints Peter & Paul
  • *Fridays at 8 a.m. @Saints Peter & Paul
  • Fridays at 10 a.m. @ St. Mary (Haitian Creole)
  • Sunday Vigil Mass: 
    • Saturdays at 4 p.m. @ St. Joseph
    • Saturdays at 5:30 p.m.  @ Saints Peter & Paul
  • Sunday Mass: 
    • 8:30 a.m. @ Saints Peter & Paul & St. Joseph
    • 10:30 a.m. @ St. Mary (Spanish)
    • 12:30 p.m. @ St. Mary (Haitian Creole)
*Additional Masses in the Month of July, as long as Fr. Emmanuel is with us. 
Confession Times: 
  • Tuesdays 5:45 - 6:30 p.m. @ St. Mary (Spanish) 
  • Fridays before 10 a.m. Haitian Creole Mass
     
  • Saturdays 3:15- 3:45 p.m. @ St. Joseph
  • Saturdays 6:30 - 7:00 p.m.@ SSPP
To schedule baptisms or weddings, please contact the parish office.
 

Guidelines for Attending Sunday Mass

Those who are vulnerable, including the elderly and those with chronic diseases, ought to remain home. Those who are sick or symptomatic must stay home. The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains in effect, and live-streamed Masses will continue to be offered. At Saints. Peter & Paul Church, a maximum of 70 people can gather at each of our two Sunday Masses. Face masks are mandated. The parish will provide face masks for those who do not bring their own. Hand sanitizer will be available at the doors of the church. Maintain a 6 ft. radius of distance from all those who are not in the same household. For now, there will be no congregational singing nor choirs; no processions; no altar servers, or Eucharistic ministers. There will be no passing of the collection basket. A large basket will be placed in the middle of the center aisle for your offerings. Communion will be distributed at the very end of the Mass. It is preferable to receive holy communion in the hand. Be sure to lower your face mask just before you receive communion. Everyone is encouraged to stay briefly after Mass to welcome the Lord into their souls in prayerful thanksgiving. People should make sure to leave little by little, maintaining social distance.
 

Dear Brothers and Sisters in our Norwich Parishes,

    I'm thrilled to be celebrating Sunday Masses once more with many of you in the assembly.  Now we've had a month to get accustomed to our new reality, and this may be how things are for many months to come.  Some of our number rightly choose to continue to stay at home because they are at higher risk of infection by the Covid-19 virus.  Our videos of Sunday Mass are a poor substitute for joining at Christ's altar and receiving Holy Communion, but they make an important connection.  If you are unable to get to Sunday Mass, I hope you tune in.  Also, in your Sunday prayer, don't forget to pray for the parish and its members.  We at Mass will pray for you as well.  Remember that for now, the canonical obligation to attend Sunday Mass has been suspended by Bishop Cote.
We are looking ahead!  Nothing states that fact clearer than the celebration of the Sacraments of Initiation next Sunday, August 2.  Three adults and 4 children will be joining themselves to Christ and His Church through Baptism, Confirmation and Holy Eucharist.  Come to the Mass if you can and pray for these new brothers and sisters in the faith.  Mass will be multicultural: 10 a.m. at St. Mary Church.  As we move into the fall months, we will be starting faith formation for children in new, and I think exciting ways.  In the coming weeks, look to sign up for classes that will begin in mid-October.  Some instruction of children will take place on Sunday mornings, and some instruction will necessarily take place at home.  We'll be helping parents to teach their children, so our coming program will be much more geared to the family.  Faith formation for adults is making a come-back as well!  We are going to try some live-stream sessions.  I'll be offering conferences for all over the course of four weeks, starting late in August.  The theme: Today's Catholic Faith: Prayer and Practice.  More information will be coming your way!
Finally, allow me a word about computers!  To be honest, I'm not comfortable with them, but I recognize the need to embrace them. During this time of pandemic, our web site and e-mail bulletins are our principal channels of communication.  Faith formation newsletters will give you news and resources to grow spiritually.  On-line giving will inevitably become the way that more and more faithful parishioners contribute to our parish.  If you have a computer, tablet or cell phone, be sure to stay connected.  Also, use it to let us know how you are doing.  
Let us pray for one another!
Peace,
Fr. Bob Washabaugh

 

Support Our Parish: Saints Peter & Paul!

Please do your part to bring our parish back to financial health by sending in your weekly donation. A collection basket will be placed in the church aisle at Sunday Mass. Remember: no offertory basket will be passed from row to row. With the disruption that we will see, the very best way to make your contribution is through online contributions. Visit our parish cluster website
to register quickly, easily, and securely.
 
Thank you for your contributions last week!
Weekly Offertory     $1,183.00
Fuel /Heat                $506.00
 

Food Items Needed

Due to the enormous impact of COVID-19, local aid stations are in need of resources to help those in need. Not everyone has received stimulus checks or unemployment compensation, and as time goes on, the need will grow. You can drop off at the entrance to church non-perishable food items and baby items (diapers and wipes) for St. Vincent de Paul Place and Catholic Charities. Monetary gifts clearly marked for local charity should be placed in the collection basket or mailed to the parish office. Stay up to date on needed items by visiting St. Vincent de Paul Place web page.  Thanks!
 

Are You in Need of Support?

These are times of unprecedented stress for us all!   If you are in need of support from your Church, physical, social, SPIRITUAL, or financial, please give a call!   We pledge to help in any way we can.   Call 860-281-2595.
 
...Especially in this Time of Crisis 

Support the Annual Catholic Appeal

Today our parish will be conducting the in-pew collection for the Annual Catholic Appeal,"One Faith, One family". From counseling sessions, food and shelter programs, to our youth,clergy and religious, your donations are vital in continuing to meet needs of our community and parishes. We ask that each of you please show your support by placing your completed pledge card or envelope in the collection basket today or by going directly to www.norwichdiocesedevelopment.org.
 

Catechumenate

This Sunday, July 26th we will be celebrating the last Scrutiny at the 10:30 a.m. Mass at Saint Mary Church. Please continue to keep all the Elect in your prayers as they make their final journey to the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and First Communion on Sunday, August 2nd at 10 a.m. at St. Mary Church.
The names of the elect are:
Christopher Brick
Elizabeth MH Garcia  
Skyven Igor Garcia   
Leyicet Alexia Rodriguez  
Dulce Mejia Flores  
Julia Canessa 

First Communion

Next Sunday August 2nd we will begin having classes for our First Communion classes ONLY. This is for students of the 2019-2020 school year. Precautions such as social distancing and wearing masks will be in place to keep our students and catechists safe. Once the missed classes have been made up, the kids will make their First Communion on Sunday September 27th at the 8:30 a.m. Mass at Sts. Peter and Paul Church. If you have any questions, please contact Maria Junco or the Parish office.
 

2020-2021 Catechism: Registration is Open

The 2020-2021 Religious Education program will begin on Sunday, October 18th We will continue to follow guidelines to make sure students, parents, and catechists stay safe and healthy. Curriculum will change slightly in order to be more flexible in the case of a future closure. You can register by clicking here to fill out the online form or printing the form from our website and emailing/mailing it to the Church Rectory.  We encourage parents and guardians to register their children as soon as possible so we can order material, plan for classroom set up, and answer any questions you may have. We thank you for your patience and understanding. We can't wait to get back into the classroom!
 

Interested Catechists

The religious education program would be incomplete without our wonderful catechists who said “yes” to their call to share their faith by teaching the children of our parish. If you feel like God is calling you to share your faith in the same way, please reach out to Maria Junco at (860) 319-4042 or call the Parish office. 
 
 

Virtual Worldwide Marriage Encounter

Guidelines for Attending Sunday Mass

Those who are vulnerable, including the elderly and those with chronic diseases, ought to remain home. Those who are sick or symptomatic must stay home. The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains in effect, and live-streamed Masses will continue to be offered. At St. Joseph Church, a maximum of 85 people can gather at each of our two Sunday Masses. Face masks are mandated. The parish will provide face masks for those who do not bring their own. Hand sanitizer will be available at the doors of the church. Maintain a 6 ft. radius of distance from all those who are not in the same household. For now, there will be no congregational singing nor choirs; no processions; no altar servers, or Eucharistic ministers. There will be no passing of the collection basket. A large basket will be placed in the middle of the center aisle for your offerings. Communion will be distributed at the very end of the Mass. It is preferable to receive holy communion in the hand. Be sure to lower your face mask just before you receive communion. Everyone is encouraged to stay briefly after Mass to welcome the Lord into their souls in prayerful thanksgiving. People should make sure to leave little by little, maintaining social distance.
 

Sunday Mass

The Spanish 10:30 a.m. Mass will continue to be live-streamed and the 8:30 a.m. Mass will be recorded from St. Joseph Church and later posted on our cluster website. Our cluster Mass schedule is as follows:
  • Mondays at 8 a.m. @ St. Joseph
  • *Tuesdays at 8 a.m. @ St. Joseph
  • Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. @ St. Mary (Spanish)
  • Wednesdays at 8 a.m. @ SSPP
  • Thursdays at 8 a.m. @ SSPP
  • *Fridays at 8 a.m. @SSPP
  • Fridays at 10 a.m. @ St. Mary (Haitian Creole)
  • Sunday Vigil Mass: 
    • Saturdays at 4 p.m. @ St. Joseph
    • Saturdays at 5:30 p.m.  @ SSPP
  • Sunday Mass: 
    • 8:30 a.m. @ SSPP & St. Joseph
    • 10:30 a.m. @ St. Mary (Spanish)
    • 12:30 p.m. @ St. Mary (Haitian Creole)
*Additional Masses in the month of July, as long as Fr. Emmanuel is with us.
Confession Times: 
  • Tuesdays 5:45 - 6:30 p.m. @ St. Mary (Spanish)
  • Fridays before 10 a.m. Haitian Creole Mass
  • Saturdays 3:15- 3:45 p.m. @ St. Joseph
  • Saturdays 6:30 - 7:00 p.m.@ SSPP
To schedule Baptisms or weddings please contact the parish office.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in our Norwich Parishes,

I'm thrilled to be celebrating Sunday Masses once more with many of you in the assembly. Now we've had a month to get accustomed to our new reality, and this may be how things are for many months to come. Some of our numbers rightly choose to continue to stay at home because they are at higher risk of infection by the COVID-19 virus. Our videos of Sunday Mass are a poor substitute for joining at Christ's altar and receiving Holy Communion, but they make an important connection. If you are unable to get to Sunday Mass, I hope you tune in.  Also, in your Sunday prayer, don't forget to pray for the parish and its members. We at Mass will pray for you as well.  Remember that for now, the canonical obligation to attend Sunday Mass has been suspended by Bishop Cote.
 
We are looking ahead! Nothing states that fact clearer than the celebration of the Sacraments of Initiation next Sunday, August 2. Three adults and 4 children will be joining themselves to Christ and His Church through Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Eucharist. Come to the Mass if you can and pray for these new brothers and sisters in the faith. Mass will be multicultural: 10 a.m. at St. Mary Church. As we move into the fall months, we will be starting faith formation for children in new, and I think exciting ways. In the coming weeks, look to sign up for classes that will begin in mid-October. Some instruction of children will take place on Sunday mornings, and some instruction will necessarily take place at home. We'll be helping parents to teach their children, so our coming program will be much more geared to the family. Faith formation for adults is making a come-back as well! We are going to try some live-stream sessions. I'll be offering conferences, for all, over the course of four weeks, starting late in August. The theme: Today's Catholic Faith: Prayer and Practice. More information will be coming your way!
 
Finally, allow me a word about computers! To be honest, I'm not comfortable with them, but I recognize the need to embrace them. During this time of the pandemic, our web site and e-mail bulletins are our principal channels of communication. Faith formation newsletters will give you news and resources to grow spiritually. Online giving will inevitably become the way that more and more faithful parishioners contribute to our parish. If you have a computer, tablet, or cell phone, be sure to stay connected. Also, use it to let us know how you are doing. Let us pray for one another!
Peace,
Fr. Bob Washabaugh

Mass Intentions at St. Joseph Church

Saturday, 25th 4 p.m.
 + Tadeusz Kopij    from wife Marta
Sunday, July 26th  8:30 a.m.
 + In loving memory of the Czyzewski and Kopij Families   from Family
 
The Sanctuary Candle is lit for Kathy Maximowicz from +Merina Corby

Blessed are those who dwell in your house, ever singing your praise!  Psalm 84 

Support Our Parish of St. Joseph!

Please do your part to bring our parish back to financial health by sending in your weekly donation or using the collection basket in church.  A collection basket will be placed in the church aisle at Sunday Mass. Remember: no offertory basket will be passed from row to row. With the disruption that we will see, the very best way to make your contribution is through online contributions. Visit our parish cluster website to register quickly, easily, and securely. 
Thank you for your contributions last week!
St. Joseph's           Offertory $1810.00     Memorial $85.00
 
...especially in this Time of Crisis                 
Support The Annual Catholic Appeal 
This Sunday our parish will be conducting the in-pew collection for the Annual Catholic Appeal, "One Faith, One family". From counseling sessions, food, and shelter programs, to our youth, clergy and religious, your donations are vital in continuing to meet the needs of our community and parishes. We ask that each of you please show your support by placing your completed pledge card or envelope in the collection basket or by going directly to www.norwichdiocesedevelopment.org.

First Communion

Next Sunday August 2nd we will begin having classes for our First Communion classes ONLY. This is for students of the 2019-2020 school year. Precautions such as social distancing and wearing masks will be in place to keep our students and catechists safe. Once the missed classes have been made up, the kids will make their First Communion on Sunday, September 27th at the 8:30 a.m. Mass at Sts. Peter and Paul Church. If you have any questions, please contact Maria Junco or the Parish office.
 

2020-2021 Catechism: Registration is OPEN!

The 2020-2021 Religious Education program will begin on Sunday, October 18th We will continue to follow guidelines to make sure students, parents, and catechists stay safe and healthy. The curriculum will change slightly in order to be more flexible in the case of a future closure. You can register by clicking here to fill out the online form or printing the form from our website and emailing/mailing it to the Church Rectory. We encourage parents and guardians to register their children as soon as possible so we can order material, plan for classroom set up, and answer any questions you may have. We thank you for your patience and understanding. We can't wait to get back into the classroom!
 

Interested Catechists

The religious education program would be incomplete without our wonderful catechists who said “yes” to their call to share their faith by teaching the children of our parish. If you feel like God is calling you to share your faith in the same way, please reach out to Maria Junco at (860) 319-4042 or call the Parish office.
Catechumenate
This Sunday, July 26th we will be celebrating the last Scrutiny at the 10:30 a.m. Mass at Saint Mary Church. Please continue to keep all the Elect in your prayers as they make their final journey to the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and First Communion on Sunday, August 2nd at 10 a.m. at St. Mary Church. The names of the elect are:
  • Christopher Brick
  • Elizabeth MH Garcia
  • Skyven Igor Garcia
  • Leyicet Alexia Rodriguez
  • Dulce Mejia Flores
  • Julia Canessa
Food Items Needed
Due to the enormous impact of COVID-19, local food pantries are in need of resources to help those in need. You can drop off at the entrance to church non-perishable food items and baby items (diapers and wipes) for St. Vincent de Paul Place and Catholic Charities. Monetary gifts clearly marked for local charity should be placed in the collection basket or mailed to the parish office. Stay up to date on needed items by visiting St. Vincent de Paul Place web page.  Thanks!
 
Spanish Mass time change at St. Mary Church
Starting Sunday, August 2nd St. Mary Church will celebrate the Spanish Mass at 10 a.m. This change comes after many parents expressed concern about CCD being on Saturday instead of Sunday. Having Mass begin at 10 a.m. will allow CCD to be held on Sundays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The Haitian Mass will not be affected and will continue to be held at 12:30 p.m.
The monthly Diocesan Pro-Life Mass is resuming and will take place at the Cathedral of St. Patrick in Norwich on Saturday, August 1 at 8:30 A.M. Please join our celebrant Rev. Walter Nagle at Mass as we pray to end abortion and for the healing for those who have had an abortion.
 

¡Continuamos con  las Eucaristías Dominicales!

 
La eucaristía se celebrará con precauciones para evitar la progresión del coronavirus. La eucaristía en español a las 10:30 a.m. se continuará transmitiendo en vivo y la eucaristía a las 8:30 a.m. se grabará en la Iglesia de San José y se publicarán en nuestro grupo de Facebook
 

Nuestro Horario de Eucaristías de Nuestro Cluster es el Siguiente:

Lunes a las 8 a.m. en San José
*Martes a las 8 a.m. en San José
Martes a las 6:30 p.m. en Santa María (Español)
Miércoles a las 8 a.m. en SSPP
Jueves a las 8 a.m. en SSPP
*Viernes a las 8 a.m. en SSPP
Viernes a las 10 a.m. en St. Mary (Criollo Haitiano)
 
Vigilia Dominical:
 
Sábados a las 4 p.m. en San José
Sábados a las 5:30 p.m. en SSPP
 
Misa Dominical: 
 
8:30 a.m. en SSPP y San José
10:30 a.m. en Santa María (Español)
12:30 p.m. en Santa María (Criollo Haitiano)
 
*Eucaristías adicionales en el mes de julio, mientras que el Padre Emmanuel este con nosotros.
Confesiones: 
  • Martes de 5:45 - 6:30 p.m. en Santa María (Español)
  • Viernes antes de la Misa de las 10 a.m. (Creole Haitiano)
  • Sábados de  3:15 - 3:45 p.m. en San José
  • Sábados de 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. en SSPP

Cambia la hora de misa en la Iglesia de Santa María 

A partir del domingo 2 de agosto, la Iglesia de St. Mary celebrará la misa dominical a las 10 a.m. Tener una misa que comience a las 10 a.m. permitirá que la educación religiosa se celebre los domingos de 11:15 a.m. a 12:15 p.m.
Alimentos, renta, servicios públicos, cualquier otra emergencia! ¡Si usted necesita ayuda, llámenos! 

 

Guía para Asistir a la Eucaristía Dominical

Los que son vulnerables, incluidos los ancianos y las personas con enfermedades crónicas, deben permanecer en sus hogares. Los que están enfermos o sintomáticos deben quedarse en casa. La dispensa de la obligación de asistir a la eucaristía dominical sigue vigente y se seguirán ofreciendo la eicaristía en vivo. En la Iglesia de Santa María un máximo de 85 personas pueden reunirse en cada una de nuestras dos eucaristías dominicales. Las mascarillas son obligatorias. La parroquia proporcionará máscaras para aquellos que no traigan. El desinfectante de manos estará disponible en las puertas de la iglesia. Mantenga un radio de 6 pies de distancia de todos aquellos que no están en el mismo hogar. Por ahora, no habrá canto congregacional ni coros; sin procesiones; sin monaguillos, ni ministros eucarísticos. No se pasará la canasta de la colecta. Se colocará una canasta grande en el medio del pasillo central para sus ofrendas. La comunión se distribuirá al final de la eucaristía. Es preferible recibir la sagrada comunión en la mano. Asegúrense de bajar su mascarilla justo antes de recibir la comunión. Invitamos a todos a quedarse brevemente después de la Misa para recibir al Señor en sus almas en oración de acción de gracias. La gente debe asegurarse de irse poco a poco, manteniendo la distancia social.
 

Apoye Nuestra Parroquia Santa María

 Haga su parte para que nuestra parroquia recupere la salud financiera enviando su donación semanal. Se colocará una canasta en el pasillo de la iglesia en la misa dominical. Recuerde: no se pasará la canasta de la colecta banca por banca. Con la interrupción que estamos viviendo, la mejor manera de hacer su contribución es a través de contribuciones por internet. Visite nuestro sitio web del grupo parroquial para registrarse de forma rápida, fácil y segura.

 

¡Gracias por sus contribuciones la semana pasada!

Iglesia de Santa María: $$ 1193.75
 

Artículos de Comida Necesarios

Debido al enorme impacto de COVID-19, las estaciones de ayuda locales necesitan recursos para ayudar a quienes lo necesitan. No todos han recibido cheques de estímulo o compensación por desempleo, y a medida que pasa el tiempo, la necesidad crecerá.
 
Puede dejar en la entrada de la iglesia alimentos no perecederos y artículos para bebés (pañales y toallitas) para St. Vincent de Paul Place y Catholic Charities. Los obsequios monetarios claramente marcados para la caridad local deben colocarse en la canasta de la colecta o enviarse por correo a la oficina parroquial. Manténgase actualizado sobre los artículos necesarios visitando la página web de St. Vincent de Paul Place. ¡Gracias!
 

... especialmente en este tiempo de crisis

Apoye la Campaña Católica Anual


Hoy nuestra parroquia llevará a cabo la colecta en el banco para la Campaña Anual Católica , "Una fe, una familia". Desde sesiones de asesoramiento, programas de alimentación y alojamiento, hasta nuestros jóvenes, clero y religioso, sus donaciones son vitales para continuar satisfaciendo las necesidades de nuestra comunidad y parroquias. Pedimos que cada uno de ustedes muestre su apoyo colocando su tarjeta de compromiso o sobre en la canasta de la colecta hoy o visitando directamente la pagina weeb de la diócesis:  www.norwichdiocesedevelopment.org.
 

 

 

Catecumenado

Este domingo 26 de julio celebraremos el último Escrutinio en la eucaristía de las 10:30 a.m.en la Iglesia de Santa María. Por favor, mantenga en sus oraciones a todos los elegidos  mientras hacen su jornada final a los sacramentos de Bautismo, Confirmación y Primera Comunión el domingo 2 de agosto a las 10 a.m. en la Iglesia de Santa María.
 
 

Primera Comunión

El domingo 2 de agosto comenzaremos a tener clases SOLAMENTE para el grupo de Primera Comunión . Esto es para estudiantes del año escolar 2019-2020. Se tomarán precauciones como el distanciamiento social y el uso de máscarillas para mantener seguros a nuestros estudiantes y catequistas. Una vez que se hayan recuperado las clases perdidas, los niños harán su Primera Comunión el domingo 27 de septiembre en la Misa de las 10 a.m. en la Iglesia de Santa María. Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con Maria Junco o la oficina parroquial.
 
 

Catequésis 2020 - 2021

 La Inscripción está Abierta!

El programa de educación religiosa 2020-2021 comenzará el domingo 18 de octubre. Continuaremosvsiguiendo las guías para asegurarnos de que los estudiantes, padres y catequistas se mantengan seguros y saludables. El plan de estudios cambiará ligeramente para ser más flexible en el caso de un cierre a futuro. La inscripción para el programa 2020-2021 ha iniciado. Puede registrarse haciendo clic  aquí para completar el formulario en línea o imprimiéndolo desde nuestro sitio web y enviándolo por correo electrónico / correo postal a la Rectoría de la Iglesia. Este domingo 26 de julio estaremos inscribiendo a los estudiantes después de la eucaristía. Por favor, diríjase al salón social de la iglesia para completar el formulario de inscripción. Animamos a los padres para que registren a sus hijos lo antes posible para que podamos pedir material, planificar la configuración del salón de clase y responder cualquier pregunta que puedan tener. ¡Le agradecemos su paciencia y comprensión!
 

Catequistas Interesados

El programa de educación religiosa estaría incompleto sin nuestros maravillosos catequistas que dijeron "sí" a su llamado a compartir su fe enseñando a los niños de nuestra parroquia. Este año las clases de catecismo serán los domingos de 11:15 a.m. a 12:15 p.m. Tambien vamos a ofrecer clases en Español y en Inglés! Si siente que Dios lo está llamando a compartir su fe de la misma manera, comuníquese con Maria Junco al (860) 319-4042 o llame a la oficina parroquial.
 
 

Invitación para las parejas

La oficina del apostolado hispano de la diócesis de Norwich invita a todas a las parejas a participar del café zoom para parejas #2. Se llevará acabo el próximo 07 de agosto de 7:30 p.m a 9:00 p.m;En la descripcion del video podrán encontrar el enlace para que hagan su registración, los esperamos!
Encuentro Matrimonial
El Movimiento de Encuentro Matrimonial invita a todas las parejas a participar en sus reuniones, para más información, llame al número teléfonico de la siguiente imagen

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