Celebration of the Eucharist
Monday – Friday 7:00 am (English) &
8:00 am (Polish)
Saturday morning 8:00am (Polish)
Saturday Vigil & Sunday
Saturday 4:00 pm (English, vigil mass)
Sunday 7:00 am (English)
8:30 am (Polish)
10:00 am (English),
11:30 am (Polish)
Tydzień i Sobota
Poniedziałek – Piątek 7:00 am (po angielsku) i
8:00 am (po polsku)
Piątek 8:00am (po polsku)
Sobota Vigil & Sunday
Sobota 4:00 pm (po angielsku, vigil mass)
Niedziela 7:00 am (po angielsku),
8:30 am (po polsku),
10:00 am (po angielsku), i
11:30 am (po polsku)
Sacrament of Penance (i.e. Confession)
Confession is heard on Saturday’s at 3:00pm or by appointment.
Spowiedź odbywa się w sobotę o 3:00 pm albo przez uprzednie zgłoszenie.
Celebration of Baptism
The sacrament of baptism is by appointment only. Please contact the rectory at (860) 522-9157 to arrange an appointment.
Po polsku – tylko przez uprzednie zgloszenie
Celebration of First Communion
Parents are encouraged to sign their children up for CCD (Religious Education) on Saturday’s during the school year. Children will participate in their First Communion when they in the third grade.
Sacrament of Confirmation
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
(Obrzędy wtajemniczenia chrześcijańskiego dorosłych)
Adults wishing to enter the Catholic faith should arrange a meeting with the Pastor by contacting the Rectory at (860) 522-9157.
Arrangements should be made with the Pastor at least 6 months in advance of the anticipated date. Please contact the rectory at (860) 522-9157 to arrange an appointment.
Zglaszac sie 6 miesiecy przed slubem
Visitation To The Sick
Anyone wishing to receive the sacrament of the anointing of the sick should contact the rector. Please notify the rectory if the parishioner is in a hospital or convalescent home.
Those interested in Holy Orders as well as other vocation should contact Father Michael Casey, Vocation Director, at the Archdiocese of Hartford.
We recognize that the Sacraments have a visible and invisible reality, a reality open to all the human senses but grasped in its God-given depths with the eyes of faith. When parents hug their children, for example, the visible reality we see is the hug. The invisible reality the hug conveys is love. We cannot “see” the love the hug expresses, though sometimes we can see its nurturing effect in the child.
The visible reality we see in the Sacraments is their outward expression, the form they take, and the way in which they are administered and received. The invisible reality we cannot “see” is God’s grace, his gracious initiative in redeeming us through the death and Resurrection of his Son. His initiative is called grace because it is the free and loving gift by which he offers people a share in his life, and shows us his favor and will for our salvation. Our response to the grace of God’s initiative is itself a grace or gift from God by which we can imitate Christ in our daily lives.
The saving words and deeds of Jesus Christ are the foundation of what he would communicate in the Sacraments through the ministers of the Church. Guided by the Holy Spirit, the Church recognizes the existence of Seven Sacraments instituted by the Lord. They are the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, the Eucharist), the Sacraments of Healing (Penance and the Anointing of the Sick), and the Sacraments at the Service of Communion (Marriage and Holy Orders). Through the Sacraments, God shares his holiness with us so that we, in turn, can make the world holier.
-United States Conference for Catholic Bishops