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Led Back to God - Hope & Faith Video Series
This week on the Hope and Faith Video Series, Gina Raymond speaks about her experience during Eucharistic Adoration, which led her back to God. View previous videos or more articles on Faith by visiting NorwichDiocese.org/FaithSparks    

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Saint Gemma Galgani: 'Lift Yourself Up to Him'
“Lift yourself up to Him, who has lowered Himself for you.” Saint Gemma Galgani The Church celebrates the feast day of Saint Gemma Galgani on April 11. A prayerful union with the passion of Christ was evident in Saint Gemma from childhood. After her mother died, Gemma took on a mot...

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Catholic Charities Diocese of Norwich Appoints Interim Director
The Most Rev. Michael R. Cote, President of Catholic Charities Diocese of Norwich, Inc., has announced the appointment of Kathleen Capon, MSW, as Interim Director of Catholic Charities. Capon has been a member of Catholic Charities Board of Directors since September 2021. “I am thankful ...

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We Can Help. Promise to Protect-Pledge to Heal
We Can Help To report inappropriate conduct of any kind by a Diocesan Bishop please contact ReportBishopAbuse.org or call 1-800-276-1562 To report inappropriate contact of any kind by a representative of the Diocese of Norwich or for assistance for victims, please call The Dioce...

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U.S. Bishops' President Asks Faithful to Pray for Pope Francis' Speedy Recovery
WASHINGTON - On Wednesday afternoon March 29, Pope Francis was taken to Gemelli Hospital in Rome. Reports followed that Pope Francis has a respiratory infection and will remain in the hospital for several days. Most Reverend Timothy P. Broglio of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, and p...

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You Can Make a Difference This Easter Season
  Catholic Charities Providing Help & Creating Hope Since 1921   Easter is a time for celebrating joy, new life, and hope. Many of us will spend Easter surrounded by friends and family.  There will be love to fill our hearts and food to enjoy. However, for some this...

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Three Miles Later

Posted on March 28, 2023 in: School News

Three Miles Later
Last Saturday I heard a homily about the importance of taking care of our bodies. Jesus chose to come through our human flesh. He proclaims that our flesh is good. God wants us to take care of our bodies. Listening to this homily, I immediately thought of all the folks running in the St. Joseph Scho...

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Watch: Full Remarks from the 2023 CT March for Life
Full remarks from the second annual Connecticut March for Life, held on March 22, 2023 at the CT State Capitol.  

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With Much Gratitude, 2022 Annual Catholic Appeal Surpasses Goal for Second Year
It is with extreme gratitude that we announce that our 2022 Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) surpassed its goal of $2.7 million. Because of your sacrificial giving, the 2022 ACA met 101.41% of its goal, receiving a total of $2,737,980  in gifts/pledges. This is truly an amazing feat, especially in ...

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Love of the Eucharist - Hope & Faith Video Series
This month on the Hope and Faith Series, Louise Barbaro of St. Luke's in Ellington, speaks about her tremendous experiences with attendance at Adoration. View previous videos or more articles on Faith by visiting NorwichDiocese.org/FaithSparks    

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Calendar of Events

Posted on May 19, 2023 in: Around the Diocese

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Calendar of Events
  May 10 - June 13 Alzheimer’s and dementia-related illness program Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia-Related Illness & Aging: Healthy Brain and Healthy Body, Sponsored by the Caregiver Spirituality Ministry-Office of Faith Events. Please join us for a morning of information and sharing, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the following parishes on the respective dates.  Refreshments will be provided.  Keynote speaker will be The Alzheimer Association’s Eastern Region Director of Education and Outreach.  May 10, St. Sebastian Church,...

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Healing Masses and Healing Services in Hebron
Come join us for a Mass of Healing and Hope on the third Sunday of every month at 2 p.m. at Church of the Holy Family, 185 Church St, Hebron. The next Mass scheduled will be on May 21. Mass will be celebrated by Father Ray Introvigne with a healing service following the Mass led by Father Ray.  For more information, contact Andrea Hoisl at faithevents@norwichdiocese.net or (860) 848-2237 ext. 203  

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help – Patroness of Haiti
“Make her known throughout the world” The month of May is devoted to Our Blessed Mother Mary, who is honored under many titles including Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Mary holds a special place in the hearts of Haitians and is honored by the people of Haiti and our local Haitian population under the name Notre-Dame du Perpètuel Secours. Many Catholic Churches throughout the United States, including the Catholic Church in Quaker Hill (part of Divine Mercy Parish), also honor our Blessed Mother under this title and contain the icon of Our Lady of Perpetual Help...

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Bankruptcy Court Approves Auction Procedures
The Diocese of Norwich has received approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to auction 113.19 acres of its property in Montville, which includes Saint Bernard School, on June 2. The property to be auctioned by Norwich Roman Catholic Diocesan Corporation comprises the real estate and all of its improvements located at 1593 Route 32, Montville. The Diocese requested the court order in April. Interested bidders have until 4 p.m. May 26 to submit written bids that satisfy all requirements detailed in the court’s sale procedures. If one or more qualified bids i...

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Addiction to Adoration: One Man's Spiritual Journey
There is an old saying that could very well describe Brother John Blaschik’s journey to the Trappists: “Every saint has a past and every sinner a future.” Not too long before becoming a monk, he was on a very different path — a path to perdition. Blaschik is a monk of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance (also known as the Trappists). He resides at Our Lady of the Holy Cross Abbey in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. He leads a life of relative simplicity, silence and separation from the dominant culture, following the Rule of St....

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Watch 'The Chair' - A Conversation About Our Diocese
The story of the faith in Norwich began under the anti-Catholic policies of early Puritan, New England. Grew rapidly with the Irish-Catholic immigrants in the mid-nineteenth century. And carries on today under the leadership of its current apostle, Bishop Michael R. Cote. Bishop Cote and the Cathedral of Saint Patrick were featured in 'The Chair,' a television series that highlights 85 of America's cathedrals. Each episode captures the unique beauty and characteristics of a diocese.    Watch the entire series of The Chair on Roku, Crackl...

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