FROM THE LIFE OF OUR PARISH

March 27, 2015

Living Stations of the Cross Friday, March 27, 20014

St. Bernard School will present the "Living Stations of the Cross" on Friday evening, March 27, at 7pm. Read more
March 16, 2015

"DON’T JUMP” CAMPAIGN CHALLENGES PHYSICIAN‐ASSISTED SUICIDE.

"DON’T JUMP” CAMPAIGN CHALLENGES PHYSICIAN‐ASSISTED SUICIDE. Message aims to educate and convince legislators and residents to halt the proposed law legalizing physician‐assisted suicide in Connecticut. HARTFORD, Conn. (February 20, 2015) – “Don’t Jump” is… Read more
March 14, 2015

St. Vincent de Paul Society Meeting March 16, 2015

St. Vincent de Paul Society will meet this Monday, March 16, 2015 at 7pm in the meeting. New members welcome. Read more
Feb 21, 2015 70

ABOUT THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS

"The Way of the Cross, also known as the Stations of the Cross, are a way to pray and… Read more
Feb 12, 2015 192

ASH WEDNESDAY

"Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Season of Lent. It is a season of penance,… Read more
Feb 09, 2015 122

Senior Lunch Cancellation

Senior Lunch has been cancelled for Tuesday February 10th Read more
Feb 07, 2015 139

Important Message from Archbishop

PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE - ARCHBISHOP'S DESK - "For this November issue of the… Read more
Feb 04, 2015 175

St. Bernard School Golf Tournament

St. Bernard School is sponsoring a Golf Tournament at the Twin Hills Country Club on May… Read more
Feb 04, 2015 141

Senior Lunch February 2015

Senior Lunch -- Tuesday, February 10th at noon in the parish hall. Please join us for a… Read more

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