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Come Pray For Vocations

Posted on January 12, 2023 in: Events, Vocations

Come Pray For Vocations

Join us each month to pray a Eucharistic Holy Hour for vocations led by Bishop Cote. These hours of adoration are a wonderful opportunity to pray for vocations to priesthood and religious life, to pray for our seminarians, and for our priests and religious already serving our diocese. The first Holy Hour of 2023 is Thursday, January 19 at 6 PM. 

See the schedule below. 

January 19, SS. Peter & Paul, Norwich

February 16, St. John, Montville

March 16, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Quaker Hill

April 20, St. Philip, Ashford

May 11, St. Andrew, Colchester

June 22, Cathedral of St. Patrick, Norwich

July 20, St. Mark, Westbrook


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