Posted on November 10, 2021 in: News
Deacon Michael L. Puscas, a Permanent Deacon of the Diocese of Norwich assigned to the Guardian Angels Parish in Colchester and Lebanon and the Director of Permanent Deacon Personnel for the Diocese of Norwich died on Sunday, November 7, 2021.
A wake will be held on Thursday, November 11, 2021, from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at Guardian Angels Parish-Saint Andrew Church, 128 Norwich Avenue, Colchester, Connecticut. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Guardian Angels Parish-Saint Andrew Church, 128 Norwich Avenue, Colchester, Connecticut, on Friday, November 12,...
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Friday, November 19, 5 PM –– 7 PM
Saturday, November 20, 9 AM –– 3 PM
St. Peter Church Fair
30 St. Peter Lane, Higganum
Our Christmas Fair is Back!!! Visa Card Raffle - top prize $2500 gift card. Basket Raffle with 22 baskets for men, women, and children. Holiday Decorations include wreaths and ot...
FCC News Desk
In 2019, Pope Francis issued an apostolic letter, Admirabile signum, on the meaning and importance of nativity scenes, calling for this “wonderful sign” to be more widely displayed in family homes and public places throughout the world.
For the last two years, in response, we asked parishioners, ministries, offices, churches, and schools to send us a picture of the nativity scene on display at their location.
The response to this request was tremendous.
Once again, we are asking for pictures of your creche.
The photos will ...
The Our Lady Queen of Hope Award:
Honoring Dedicated Women in Our Diocese
This coming Spring, during the 2022 Virtual Women’s Conference, the Norwich Diocesan Women’s Conference Committee will vote on and name the recipient of the second annual Our Lady Queen of Hope Award. The Our Lady Queen of Hope award was created to honor a woman in the diocese for her vision and leadership in the Catholic Church. Candidates display strong faith, are committed to living out Catholic values, display leadership, display love, and service, have be...
Posted on November 04, 2021 in: News
An old storage area has been transformed into a bright and inviting chapel at the New Saint Andrew Cemetery in Colchester.
Guardian Angels Parish clergy, Pastor Fr. Marek Masnicki and Parochial Vicar Fr. Richard Breton, as well as a dozen other visitors, attended the short ceremony on Oct. 29.
The Most Reverend Michael R. Cote, D.D., Bishop of Norwich, blessed the chapel with holy water.
"Let us ask the Lord, the all powerful Father, to continue to strengthen us and to thank Him earnestly for the completion of this holy project,"...
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Box mashed potatoes
6 gallons of half-and-half
Pies homemade or store-bought
The Food Pantry Needs
Juice (1/2 gallon)
'Meat' sauce for spaghetti
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