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Pilgrimage to the Passion Play of Oberammegau
After waiting three years to see Eastern Europe, our journey began with the announcement of a pilots’ strike by Lufthansa, our designated airline carrier to Prague, the capitol of the Czech Republic. With some creative re-arrangements, our travel agent divided the 29 of us into groups, sending...

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Religious Discrimination in Connecticut

Posted on October 05, 2022 in: News

Religious Discrimination in Connecticut
SEND A CLEAR MESSAGE TO OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS: RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION CAN NOT AND WILL NOT BE TOLERATED IN CONNECTICUT. Sign Our Petition Recently, a disturbing video laced with anti-Catholic sentiments emerged out of Greenwich, CT. It serves as a warning sign that our culture is heading ...

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Clergy Appointments in the Diocese of Norwich
October 4, 2022 The Most Reverend Michael R. Cote, D. D., Bishop of Norwich, has made the following clergy and diocesan appointment in the Diocese of Norwich   Reverend Jonathan Ficara from Pastor, Our Lady - Queen of Peace Parish, Storrs, and Coventry, Leave of Absence for Personal r...

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The Celebration of the Eucharist Daily Television Mass - Streaming Video
The Office of Radio and Television (ORTV) streams the Celebration of the Eucharist (daily television Mass) Live Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. Other live stream liturgical celebrations will be announced on the ORTV home page. The LIVE stream broadcasts Monday thrpugh Friday from 10:00 a...

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Let His Love Shine Through What You Do - Colleen Puscas
Music, especially Liturgical music, has always been a passion for Colleen Puscas. Some 30 years ago, she was the director of liturgy and music at Christ the Teacher Parish/Newman Center at Northern Illinois University. Then her husband, Michael, had a job opportunity in Connecticut, so she and her f...

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St. Peter’s House Believed to Have Been Found on Shore of Sea of Galilee
A team of archaeologists uncovered evidence this month that may be the “smoking gun” confirming the location of the house of St. Peter. While excavating a fifth-sixth century Byzantine basilica at the el Araj archaeological site located on the shores of the Sea of Galilee in Israel, t...

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Knights of Columbus - 'Into the Breach'

Posted on August 09, 2022 in: News

Knights of Columbus - 'Into the Breach'
In the early morning of May 28, members of the Knights of Columbus from Coventry, South Windsor and New Haven traveled virtually across the Atlantic Ocean to the rural town of Whitechurch in County Cork, Ireland. These brother Knights are part of the Connecticut State Spiritual Reflection Team led b...

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Faithful Take to the Streets at  Eucharistic Procession
On June 19, while participating with hundreds of others in a Eucharistic procession through the streets of Lowell, Massachusetts, I was reminded of an experience I had as an 11-year-old altar boy.  My Parish, St. Joseph Patron in Brooklyn, N.Y. received news that Bishop Brian McEntegart was ...

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Knights of Columbus Open 2022 Convention in Nashville
How to be true pastors in the world. That was the message Bishop J. Mark Spalding shared with members of the Knights of Columbus from all over the world as they, along with their families, gathered for the Opening Mass of the 140th annual Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention Tuesday, Aug. 2, in...

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Many Attend First Full Blessing of the Fleet in Three Years
A large crowd turned out in Stonington Borough on a warm and sunny Sunday, July 31, to continue the time-honored tradition of blessing those fishermen who set out to sea from here.     The Blessing of the Fleet also remembers local fishermen who have died at sea and honors the vess...

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Let His Love Shine Through What You Do - Colleen Puscas
Music, especially Liturgical music, has always been a passion for Colleen Puscas. Some 30 years ago, she was the director of liturgy and music at Christ the Teacher Parish/Newman Center at Northern Illinois University. Then her husband, Michael, had a job opportunity in Connecticut, so she and her family moved to Colchester. One Sunday morning, after moving there, the family was running late preparing their four children for church, so they ended up attending a later Mass, 11 a.m. at St. Andrew Church. That was the first time Colleen heard the choir sing for Mass, and al...

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The Celebration of the Eucharist Daily Television Mass - Streaming Video
The Office of Radio and Television (ORTV) streams the Celebration of the Eucharist (daily television Mass) Live Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. Other live stream liturgical celebrations will be announced on the ORTV home page. The LIVE stream broadcasts Monday thrpugh Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  On weekends, there is no LIVE stream of the Mass.  To view a weekend Mass, click the Vimeo link below. Vimeo Link In addition to streaming live on the ORTV website, the TV Mass is also live streamed on its Facebook page and its YouTube...

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Clergy Appointments in the Diocese of Norwich

Posted on October 05, 2022 in: News

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Clergy Appointments in the Diocese of Norwich
October 4, 2022 The Most Reverend Michael R. Cote, D. D., Bishop of Norwich, has made the following clergy and diocesan appointment in the Diocese of Norwich   Reverend Jonathan Ficara from Pastor, Our Lady - Queen of Peace Parish, Storrs, and Coventry, Leave of Absence for Personal reasons. Effective: October 15, 2022    Reverend Gregory Galvin from Pastor, Saint Philip the Apostle Parish, Ashford, to Pastor, Our Lady - Queen of Peace Parish, Storrs, and Coventry. Effective: October 15, 2022   Reverend Michael Giannitelli fr...

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Pilgrimage to the Passion Play of Oberammegau

Posted on October 06, 2022 in: News

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Pilgrimage to the Passion Play of Oberammegau
After waiting three years to see Eastern Europe, our journey began with the announcement of a pilots’ strike by Lufthansa, our designated airline carrier to Prague, the capitol of the Czech Republic. With some creative re-arrangements, our travel agent divided the 29 of us into groups, sending some to Amsterdam via KLM and some to Warsaw via LOT Airlines.  With amazement, we all were together at our hotel in Prague by evening the following day; with Fr. Mark arriving on the last flight! We were blessed to have four priests on our Pilgrimage: our host ...

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Religious Discrimination in Connecticut

Posted on October 05, 2022 in: News

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Religious Discrimination in Connecticut
SEND A CLEAR MESSAGE TO OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS: RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION CAN NOT AND WILL NOT BE TOLERATED IN CONNECTICUT. Sign Our Petition Recently, a disturbing video laced with anti-Catholic sentiments emerged out of Greenwich, CT. It serves as a warning sign that our culture is heading backward instead of forward on religious tolerance. In the video, a public elementary school assistant principal in Greenwich says that he does not hire Catholics because they may be too conservative in their beliefs. They may have been "brainwashed" by their church....

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