The obligation to come to Mass rises and finds its fulfillment in love,” said bishop Caggiano who made a fervent and heartfelt appeal “to everyone to come home, to join the sisters and brothers who are already worshiping in person, to come home and to come to Christ and to allow him to feed you his body, blood, soul and divinity.”
Now that pandemic restrictions are being lifted throughout the state of Connecticut, and given that many of our parishioners have been vaccinated, the safety guidelines for celebrating Mass are changing starting on May 19th. Please visit our website and read the full updated Mass protocols. Parishioners will still be required to wear a mask for the duration of Mass. Welcome Home!
Also The Connecticut Catholic Conference released a letter stating the obligation to attend Sunday Mass is being reinstated effective Saturday, May 22nd : “In light of these reflections and with confidence in the Lord’s grace and protection, we have decided to end the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation in person in each of our respective dioceses effective Saturday, May 22, 2021, beginning with the Vigil Mass of the Solemnity of Pentecost.” To read the full letter, please check our website