Sacred Heart Church


Welcome to Sacred Heart Church! We are a Roman Catholic parish founded in 1881 in the Georgetown section of Redding, Connecticut.

Sacred Heart of Jesus

The image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is very important to us and serves as a constant reminder of Jesus' personal invitation to all who believe in Him and try to live by His teachings: "Come to me all you who are weary and find life burdensome, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon your shoulders and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart; and you will find rest for yourselves. For my yoke is easy, and my burden light". (Matthew 11:28-30). We welcome you to join us in worship as we strive daily to fulfill our Parish Mission:

We, the parish of Sacred Heart, see our mission as a share in Christ's, that of revelation and reconciliation. By this, we intend that all that we do in some way reveals God's presence and power, and reconciles and heals everyone we meet. We live this mission of evangelization out in the essential dimensions of faith, worship, service and community as depicted in the Acts of the Apostles. We believe that all four of these areas are mutually necessary, and that the focus of each is our purpose for being, that of praising and giving glory to the Father by all that we are and do in the name of His Son and in the power of His Holy Spirit.

Sacred Heart BBQ June 10 after the 5:15 mass!
May 19, 2017
Don't forget to register for the upcoming Sacred Heart Parish Barbecue on Saturday, June 10th following the 5:15 p.m. Mass. The event fee is $10 / person for adults and $7 / person for children 10 and under and includes Odeen's Memphisstyle pulled pork, hot dogs and all the ‘fixins. Registration and payment are due by June 5th. If you have any questions or to receive a registration form by email, contact the barbecue committee at email address:
VP Mike Pence will speak at Notre Dame Commencement
May 17, 2017Notre Dame
Vice President Mike Pence will receive an honorary degree and serve as principal speaker at the University of Notre Dame’s 172nd commencement ceremony May 21 (Sunday). He becomes the first vice president of the United States to deliver the commencement address at Notre Dame. “It is fitting that in the 175th year of our founding on Indiana soil that Notre Dame recognize a native son who served our state and now the nation with quiet earnestness, moral conviction and a dedication to the common good characteristic of true statesmen,” said Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.
Jennings Beach Carnival sponsored by Holy Family Parish May 19-21
May 17, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Jennings Beach Carnival at South Benson Road, Fairfield, sponsored by Holy Family Parish, will be held Friday-Sunday, May 19-21 with rides and games, food, a free concert by School of Rock, and a chance to win over $30,000 in prizes! Friday, 6-10 pm; Saturday, 1-10 pm; Sunday, 1-5 pm. Ride wristbands available each day. Fire Engine Pizza Company’s pizza truck and Christophe’s Crepes, fried dough, hamburgers, hot dogs, sausage and peppers, ice cream and other desserts.
Sacred Heart University 51st Commencement May 14
May 17, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
The Most Reverend Frank J. Caggiano, bishop of Bridgeport, delivered the commencement address at Sacred Heart University’s 51st undergraduate commencement exercises on May 14. He received an honorary Doctor of Theology degree. The University’s Graduate Commencement took place Saturday, May 13. The SHU class of 2017 includes 1,132 undergraduates who will have earned bachelor’s degrees and 1,169 graduate students who will have earned master’s degrees, professional certificates and doctorates. This is the second consecutive year that SHU has awarded more graduate degrees than undergraduate.
Astronaut to visit children of Catholic Academy of Bridgeport
May 17, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Leland Melvin, NASA astronaut, will be addressing 6th-8th graders from the Catholic Academy of Bridgeport school in Sacred Heart University’s Performing Arts Center on Monday, May 22nd at 9 am. Following that, he will be visiting two of the campuses: St. Raphael’s and St. Augustine’s to meet with students. “We’re very grateful to Leland Melvin and the Paul and Anne-Marie Queally Family Foundation for making this exciting day possible. It will be an inspiring and motivating moment for our students and hopefully point them toward a lifetime of learning and achievement,” said Sister Joan Magnetti, rscj, executive director of the Catholic Academy of Bridgeport.
Fatima Seers Become Church’s Youngest Non-Martyred Saints
May 17, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Standing before the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, Pope Francis canonized two shepherd children who saw Mary at Fatima, but more importantly, he said, they heeded the call to pray for sinners and trust in the Lord. “We declare and define Blessed Francisco Marto and Blessed Jacinta Marto as saints,” the pope said May 13 as hundreds of thousands of pilgrims broke out in applause before he finished speaking.
Callista Gingrich set to be named ambassador to the Vatican
May 17, 2017CNN
Callista Gingrich, the wife of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, is the preferred nominee to be the next ambassador to the Vatican. The White House hopes to announce her nomination before President Donald Trump meets with Pope Francis on May 24 in Rome. An administration official said the decision to nominate Gingrich has been made but the announcement has taken longer than expected pending approval from the Office of Government Ethics.
Pope Francis visits Fatima for anniversary of apparitions
May 13, 2017Vatican News
On the 100th anniversary of the Apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Cova da Iria [Portugal], and at the invitation of the President of the Republic and of the Portuguese Bishops, His Holiness Pope Francis went on pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima on May 12th and 13th. Authorities estimated one million people joined the celebration of the anniversary.
First Eucharist Practice May 16th and May 19th
May 13, 2017
First Eucharist Practice. There are two practices in church in preparation for the First Eucharist celebration Saturday, May 20th. The practices are on Tuesday, May 16th and Friday, May 19th, from 4:15 – 5:15 p.m., and are for ALL our First Communion children. Please bring the children directly to church for the rehearsal. We look forward to a wonderful First Eucharist celebration with our second graders and their families.
8th Grade Mass May 21
May 13, 2017
8th Grade Family Mass and Meeting. The 9:30 a.m. Mass on next Sunday, May 21st , will be a Special 8th Grade Rite of Affirmation Mass, with a brief Confirmation sacrament meeting immediately after the Mass. All our Confirmation candidates and their parents are expected to attend this special liturgy
Malta House of Norwalk Welcomes New Director of Development and Strategy
May 13, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Malta House, Inc., a home for pregnant and parenting mothers and their children, announces the hiring of Carey Dougherty as their new Director of Development and Strategy. The role was created to leverage partnerships and funding opportunities in the community, with an aim to expand the population Malta House serves and the services it provides. Dougherty brings over ten years of development and strategy experience as the Director of Development for a behavioral healthcare agency in Bridgeport, and as the Founder and Executive Director of a 501(c)3 nonprofit serving women and families in need throughout Fairfield County.
Pray for Parishioners
May 12, 2017
Please pray for the following Parishioners: Eoin Robertson, Philip Joseph Wax, Rebecca Myhill, Ann Sielis, Mary Beth Boulin, Rita O’Brien, Mary Grady, Eileen Antell, Jeanne Bruestle, Sean Callanan, James McAdam, Ralph Gervasio, Tricia Mattiello, Dianne Salvatore, Robin Weir, Joseph Festa, Kathleen Heavey, Linda McDonough, Mark Festo, Christina Osborne, Matthew Harding, Audrey Currie, Sandi Oliver, Raymond Bercume, Vinny Callanan, David Moore, Jeanie Bangert, Kathleen Kenneox, Gerry Commins, Charles Taylor, Margaret Knoche, Barbara Tarnoff, Michael Ware, Anthony Katz, Marianne Herrighty, Christopher Rice Jr., Eileen O'Brien, Lindsey Twardy, Rose Hill, Bill Coan, Anthony Ragusa, Angela Amorosi, and Mary Ellen Utell.
May 12, 2017
A Celebration of Appreciation for Ed Lawlor was held on Saturday, May 6th after the 5:15 Mass in the Rectory Meeting Room. It was a great celebration and an opportunity to thank Ed for all his efforts he undertakes for the Parish.
Religious Education Kindergarten Classes for 2017-2018
May 12, 2017
There will be Kindergarten classes in the 2017 -2018 school year. Please come to the new student registration days to sign-up for the Kindergarten classes.
Annual Appeal is at 38% of Goal as of May 15
May 11, 2017
Thank you for your support of the Annual Appeal. Results as of May 15: Parish Goal $90,000; Raised to Date $34,155; Goal Percentage 38%
Pedaling priests’ complete 340-mile bicycle trek
May 5, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
After riding bicycles a little more than 340 miles over five days, three young priests of the Diocese of Peoria sailed across the Indiana state line April 28, bringing Priests Pedaling for Prayers to a close. The effort to raise prayers for vocations began April 24 when Father Otto, Father Michael Pica and Father Adam Cesarek dipped their rear tires in the Mississippi River, which marks the border between Iowa and Illinois. Read more at:
Religious Education Re-registration
May 4, 2017
Parents of current students were recently e-mailed the 2017-2018 Registration Form. We ask that parents return the form as soon as possible to facilitate the planning for classes. All forms received after June 30th will incur a $50 late fee
New Student Religious Education Registrations
May 4, 2017
Registration of new students for the 2016-2017 Religious Education Program will take place on Monday and Tuesday, May 15th and May 16th from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., in the Religious Education Office (under the Church). We will need to see the child’s original Baptismal certificate to make a copy. There is a registration fee. Please call the Religious Education Office, 203-544-8423, to schedule a different time, if you are unable to come in on these days.
Pope: 'Vatican media reform must embrace the challenge of change'
May 4, 2017Vatican News
Pope Francis has urged members of Vatican media platforms not to be afraid of reform, and to embrace the challenge of change that will enable them to bring the message of the Gospel to all. Addressing representatives of the Secretariat for Communications (SPC) gathered for its first Plenary Assembly, the Pope said that to “reform is not just to whitewash things; it’s to give them a different form and organization”. “It’s something, he said to those charged with overhauling the Vatican’s different news and media outlets, to be done with intelligence and what he called a good kind of ‘violence’.” Read more at:
Retired Clergy Honored
May 1, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
“We come to celebrate retirements, but no one retires from offering their life to Christ,” Bishop Frank J. Caggiano said at the First Annual Clergy Retirement Celebration Mass at St. Matthew Church. More than 300 turned out for the Mass and reception to honor priests and deacons. The bishop was also joined around the altar by many active pastors and priests. Three times during the Mass the family, friends and faithful rose to their feet to offer prolonged and appreciative applause. The evening began with a procession of the priests and deacons into the Church, some of them recently retired, others visibly advanced in age after a lifetime of service. In his homily the bishop said that each priest and deacon brought different gifts and talents to their ministry and represented a collective 2000 years of service in the diocese.
2017 Annual Catholic Appeal Video
April 30, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Please view the Diocese of Bridgeport “Sharing God's Gift, Transforming Lives," the 2017 Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA) video.
This year's video includes an introduction and closing remarks from Bishop Frank J. Caggiano, and interviews with many faithful and fascinating people throughout the diocese. The personal testimonies of faith and good works captured on the video are both moving and inspiring. The video can be found at
Pope in Egypt: Catholics and Copts recognise shared baptism
April 30, 2017Vatican News
In a common declaration, signed by Pope Francis and Coptic Pope Tawadros II, Catholics and Copts declare for the first time that they will recognise each other’s sacrament of baptism. The joint statement was made public following a meeting of the Catholic and Coptic leaders in Cairo on Friday. It comes forty-four years after Pope Paul VI first met with the previous Coptic Pope Shenouda III in May 1973. That encounter marked a milestone in relations, following centuries of separation, and it led to the setting up of a Commission for theological dialogue with the whole family of Oriental Orthodox Churches.
April 29, 2017
We are currently seeking new ad Sponsors that may wish to have their business represented here in the Parish community. Businesses of all types (Service Providers, Contractors, Professionals, Restaurants, Retailers just to name a few) can benefit from parish bulletin advertising, and your sponsorship goes a long way by not only paying for our bulletins all year long, but does help the Parish directly as well. If you have, or know of someone who may have, a business that may be interested in participating please let us know. John Patrick's sales representative Joe Viggiano can be reached directly at (845) 797- 1864 or (800) 333-3166 Ext.139, and would be happy to assist you.
Please watch Bishop Caggiano's State of the Diocese address
April 29, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Please watch Bishop Caggiano's state of the Diocese address at:
Pope Francis at Cairo Mass: live lives ablaze with charity April 29
April 29, 2017Vatican News
Pope Francis was the principal celebrant and homilist at Mass for Egyptian Catholics in the “Air Defense Stadium” in Cairo April 29. In his homily, focused on the Gospel reading for the 3rd Sunday of Easter, which tells of Our Lord’s going to meet the two disciples on the road to Emmaus, the Holy Father said, “The encounter with the Risen Jesus transformed the lives of those two disciples because meeting the Risen One transforms every life, and makes fruitful what is barren.”
Pope Francis gives TED talk: 'We build future together'
April 29, 2017Vatican News
Pope Francis has broken new ground in the way he communicates his message when the first-ever papal TED Talk went on line. TED is a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading ideas in the form of short talks. What began in 1984 as a conference covering Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED), today provides talks from a wide range of different speakers – except popes. Until today.
Final Post-Synod Session Celebrates Achievements and Commitment to Change
April 28, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Delegates expressed a sense of gratitude, personal transformation and ongoing commitment to the renewal of the diocese at the final post-synod session held at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Trumbull. More than 100 delegates to Synod 2014 returned to the family center at St. Catherine’s to receive an update on synod initiatives and share personal reflections on their Synod journey. “We are at a moment of grace after three years of walking together, and the fun is just beginning,” said Bishop Frank Caggiano to start the conversation.
Actor and Veterans Advocate Gary Sinise Honored with Catholic U’s Gibbons Medal
April 26, 2017Catholic University of America
Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Gary Sinise was honored April 8th with The Catholic University of America’s 2017 James Cardinal Gibbons Medal, the alumni association’s highest accolade. Sinise, who is well known for his film roles in Forrest Gump and Apollo 13, was chosen for this honor because of his decades of work with America’s service members. In 2011, he established the Gary Sinise Foundation to serve and honor military members, first responders, and their families. He is also the father of a Catholic University alumna, Ella Sinise, who earned her bachelor’s in elementary education in 2015. Read more at
View Diocese of Bridgeport virtual Town Hall Meeting on Facebook
April 23, 2017
The Diocese of Bridgeport hosted a virtual Town Hall Meeting Thursday, April 20 beginning at 9 am. Go to the meeting that took place on the diocesan Facebook page (Diocese of Bridgeport). The Town Hall Meeting, a first for the diocese, featured panelists Patrick Donovan, director of the Leadership Institute; Patrick Turner, director of Strategic and Pastoral Planning; and Pam Rittman, director of the Annual Catholic Appeal.
Holy Cross Faculty Member Offers Insight on Relationship Between China and the Vatican
April 22, 2017Holy Cross News
Could the split between China and the Vatican be on the mend? Tom Landy, director of the Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture, and a lecturer in sociology and anthropology, discusses how a Sino-Vatican rapprochement over the power to appoint bishops would allow “underground” and “aboveground” churches in China to unite. Landy, who was recently recognized for his contributions to Catholic higher education, has conducted significant research on the lives and practices of ordinary lay Catholics in cultural contexts. Read more at
Catechists Are Needed!
April 21, 2017
Our students need you to teach for next year. Please call the Religious Education Director for information. Thank you!
Rev. Gregory J. Boyle, S.J to receive the Notre Dame’s 2017 Laetare Medal
April 1, 2017University of Notre Dame
Rev. Gregory J. Boyle, S.J., founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, California, will receive the University of Notre Dame’s 2017 Laetare Medal — the oldest and most prestigious honor given to American Catholics — at Notre Dame’s 172nd University commencement ceremony on May 21 (Sunday). “For nearly 30 years, Father Boyle has served men and women who have been incarcerated and involved with gangs, and, in doing so, has helped them to discover the strength and hope necessary to transform their lives,” said Notre Dame’s president, Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. “Father Boyle’s solidarity with our sisters and brothers at the margins of society offers an inspiring model of faith in action. We are grateful for the witness of his life and honored to bestow this award on him.” Upon learning of the award, Father Boyle said, “You want a university to be in the world what you invite the world to become. Notre Dame is like that. It’s an honor to be recognized as the Laetare Medal recipient and I’m very grateful.”
New documentary: World Youth Day Kraków: A Pilgrimage of Mercy
March 31, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
An inspiring new documentary, World Youth Day Kraków: A Pilgrimage of Mercy, will enable American viewers to share in the experience of young Catholics from around the world who participated in Pope Francis’s international World Youth Day (WYD) in Kraków last year. The 40-minute film is available for purchase in DVD format at Ignatius Press and Knights Gear. It will also air on television on Saturday, April 8, the eve of the annual World Youth Day with Pope Francis in Rome. “This documentary captures the spirit of World Youth Day, and allows those who could not attend to have a window into this moving event,” said Knights of Columbus CEO Carl Anderson.
Pope Francis visits Roman institute for the blind
March 30, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Pope Francis on March 31 visited a Rome institute for blind people, continuing what he called his ‘Mercy Friday’ initiatives during the recent Jubilee year. The institute, situated close to the Vatican, cares for 37 adults and elderly residents and offers services to a further 50 children with impaired sight who use it as a day care facility.
Lauralton Hall names new Head of School
March 27, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
After conducting an extensive nationwide search, the Lauralton Hall Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Miller as the next President and Head of the college-prep, all girls’ school in Milford. Miller succeeds Dr. Antoinette Iadarola, who will retire at the end of the academic year in June 2017. Miller recently returned to the United States after working for a year in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) opening a new school, the GEMS Nations Academy. Prior to that, she served as Head of School at Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School, an independent, Catholic preK-12 school in St. Louis, Missouri with an all-girls upper school.
Pope Francis spends time with prison inmates in Milan
March 25, 2017Vatican News
One of the highlights of Pope Francis’ 1-day pastoral journey to the Italian city of Milan was his visit to the city’s main detention center, the San Vittore Prison. Shortly after midday and the recitation of the Angelus, the Pope travelled to the prison where he was welcomed by the director, Gloria Manzelli, and by the prison chaplain, don Marco Recalcati. San Vittore currently hosts over 900 inmates – both men and women – as well as a number of infants who live with their detained mothers in a special unit. The Pope met briefly with them before exchanging greetings with a large group of the San Vittore staff and volunteers.
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Twitter feed
March 17, 2017
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is the official int'l humanitarian agency of the U.S. Catholic community, and assists people in need in more than 100 countries. Check out CRS' Twitter feed:
Dr. Gail Kingston to Lead New Catholic School.
March 10, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Dr. Gail Kingston has been named Principal of the new Catholic elementary school in Shelton that will incorporate students from St. Lawrence and St Joseph in Shelton and St. Jude in Monroe in the Fall of 2017. The announcement was made by Bishop Frank J. Caggiano and Dr. Steven Cheeseman, Superintendent of Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Bridgeport. Dr. Kingston first joined the Diocese in 2016, when she was named principal of St. Lawrence School in Shelton. Prior to that appointment she served as Principal of St. Gabriel School in Milford for 15 years.
Calling all Youth: please visit
March 6, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
The Diocese of Bridgeport has launched an online youth survey,, to better understand and meet the spiritual needs of young people and engage them in the Church. The survey and other youth initiatives were announced March 3 at the Catholic Center during a meeting of about 150 youth ministers, directors of religious education, pastors, and educators. The 13-question survey seeks information from young people aged 12 through 29 on their prayer life, family faith practices and their relationship with Jesus Christ. All are invited to participate in the survey, which will be on line through April 15.
Fleeing Famine: Irish Immigration to North America, 1845-1860
February 24, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
The Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven is featuring an exhibit, Fleeing Famine: Irish Immigration to North America, 1845-1860. The Museum located at One State Street New Haven, CT and the museum phone number is 203-865-0400.
Pope tells football players team spirit is important in life
February 24, 2017Vatican News
Pope Francis on Thursday told members of the Spanish Villarreal football club that the team spirit which is so vital in playing a good match is fundamental in life and society as well. The Pope was receiving some of the Villarreal club players, managers and coaching staff who are in Rome to take on the “AS Roma” team in their second leg of the “Europa League” championship.
Diocesan Commitment to Financial Transparency
February 20, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
The Diocese of Bridgeport, in the continued practice of full transparency, has released its Consolidated Financial Statements as well as The Faith in the Future Fund, Inc. financial statements for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2016. Statements can be viewed at
Pastoral Planning
February 5, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Parishes are moving to implement the goals and action steps articulated in the pastoral plans created over the last year. These plans, created as a result of internal discussions by parish planning teams, pastors and staff, and ultimately approved by Bishop Frank J. Caggiano, focus on multiple pastoral concerns as well as issues of financial and physical plant vitality and sustainability.
Bishop launches new elementary school plan for Shelton
February 2, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
More than 250 parents filled the St. Joseph High School auditorium to hear Bishop Frank J. Caggiano announce plans to create a single, new Catholic elementary school for the Shelton-Monroe area. The new school will be formed on the present St. Lawrence School campus in Huntington by merging students from St. Lawrence, St. Jude School in Monroe and St. Joseph School in Shelton.
New PreK-Grade elementary school plans in Stamford
February 2, 2017Diocese of Bridgeport
Bishop Frank J. Caggiano has introduced “Imagine 2020,” a plan for Catholic elementary education in Stamford that will create a single, new PreK-Grade-8 elementary school in the town. The four schools involved in the plan to create a single flagship school are Holy Spirit School, Our Lady Star of the Sea School, St. Cecilia School, and Trinity Catholic Middle School.
Pope Francis appeals for better treatment of child-migrants
January 17, 2017Vatican News
Pope Francis appealed for better treatment of child-migrants on Sunday. The Holy Father renewed his call for prayerful and concrete solidarity with minors forced to flee their homelands – especially for the children and adolescents forced to flee on their own, without the company of parents or older relatives. “It is necessary to take every possible measure to ensure protection and defense to migrant children,” Pope Francis said, “as well as their integration,” into host societies. “These, our brothers and sisters, especially if unaccompanied, are exposed to many dangers,” the Pope said.
Sacred Heart University acquires GE headquarters
December 28, 2016Fairfield County Catholic
A Christmas tree lighting became the first “official” ceremony following the agreement of Sacred Heart University to purchase the former 66-acre General Electric global headquarters in Fairfield. The purchase will support the university’s ongoing strategic expansion and development as a leading institution of higher education. “This is a transformational moment in the history of Sacred Heart University,” said SHU President John J. Petillo. “With this property, SHU has a unique opportunity to contribute to education, research, healthcare and the community. It’s a oncein-a-lifetime opportunity for us, and it also reflects our long-standing relationship with GE that includes former GE CEO Jack Welch, for whom our College of Business is named.”
Calling all Crafty Catholics
November 10, 2016
Are you crafty? Would you like to be? Well, here's your opportunity! Sacred Heart is starting a Crafty Catholics group. From novice to expert and no matter what your craft, all are welcome. This friendly group meets the second Saturday of the month from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. in the rectory basement. Join us for fun and fellowship. Bring your own project or come play with ours. Email Cathy Coburn at ccoburn911@ with any questions or suggestions.
Traditional Choir
October 14, 2016bulletin
The choir is always looking to increase its membership. The choir sings every Sunday at the 11:15 a.m. Mass, October through June.
Bishop Caggiano on Twitter
September 11, 2016Twitter
Even if you do not use Twitter, did you know you can follow Bishop Caggiano's comments on Twitter on-line?
St. Padre Pio Prayer Group
September 1, 2016Bulletin
The Saint Padre Pio Prayer Group will be meeting the 2nd Monday of every month after the 8:30 Mass in the Church. All are welcomed. For further information please call Anna Lisciandra at phone (203) 938-9612.

Pastor - Rev. David Leopold - 203.544.8345 x4

Parochial Vicar - Rev. John Inserra - 203.544.8345 x5

Administrative Assistant - David Palumbo 203.544.8345 x3

Director of Religious Education - Cornelia G. Hurwitz 203.544.8423

Parish Office Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday (Closed Thursday)

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.