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Father Rob's Message: June 3rd:

 


Celebration of Mass - Outdoors

Dear Friends,
As you may have heard, Bishop Caggiano has given permission to celebrate Masses outdoors with limited attendance. We will begin celebrating outdoor Mass on Sunday, May 24. Given the guidelines imposed by the State of Connecticut, 50 people can attend each Mass. We will offer three, weather-dependent Masses on Sundays at 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 12 p.m.  The Masses will be held in the parking lot closest to the school gym entrance.  Those who attend should bring a lawn chair and all will be required to wear a mask.
 
You must register ahead of time to attend Mass using “Sign-Up Genius.” Please Click Here for the link to registration - it is on a first-come, first-served basis. No walk-ins are permitted. I ask that you sign up for one Mass only in order to allow as many as possible to register.  Don’t worry if you do not secure a spot for a Mass because we will continue to live-stream the Sunday Vigil Mass at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. (For now, the weekday Masses will be live-streamed only.)
 
Please know that obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains suspended. The outdoor Masses are offered to give us the spiritual lift that we need in these challenging days, but they are not required. I urge those who are most vulnerable to wait a bit longer before returning to Mass, and if you have been exposed to the virus or you are feeling sick, please do not come to Mass.
 
Please be patient as we slowly make our way back to public worship. Because of the limited attendance rule, many will not be able to secure a space at the outdoor Masses.  The restrictions that have been imposed are meant to keep everyone safe so that we can eventually return to the church in larger numbers.  They are also in place to protect my brother priests, deacon, and me so that we stay healthy and have the strength to minister to you without compromise.  Please continue to pray for an end to the pandemic, for those who are sick, for those who care for them, and for those who have died.
 
I look forward to returning to worshipping in person with you, and I thank you in advance for your generosity of spirit.  Mary, Mother of the Church, pray for us!
 
Yours in Christ,
Father Rob

 

THANK YOU! - For Feeding our Hungry Brothers & Sisters in Bridgeport
 
Once again, our parishioners and other friends from town came out in full force with very generous donations at our weekend food drive and for our effort to  "Fill The Denali" to provide the additional needed donations!  Father Skip of Blessed Sacrament Parish in Bridgeport  shared his thanks!
"The pandemic has now climbed to affect an entirely new level of our population. We are noticing more clients who used to be employed and self-sufficient. But now they are not designated "essential." While they seek out new work opportunities, they turn to us for help in feeding their families. God bless you all and thank you for giving us what we need to serve our "working poor."  With your donations and financial support, you provided 260 bags of groceries, eggs, milk and bread for them."
 

Prayer to St. Aloysius Gonzaga, SJ
In times of Epidemics

St. Aloysius Gonzaga, you were eager to care for your suffering brothers and sisters in Christ, in the midst of a terrible epidemic. You persisted in seeking permission to care for the sick, even though you knew it might endanger your own health. You felt natural revulsion toward the unpleasant realities of the sickness around you, but you wholeheartedly threw yourself into the task of caring for those who were ill and dying.

I pray through your powerful intercession for all those who are affected by this epidemic. May the Lord bring healing to the sick, wisdom to medical professionals, prudence to our civil leaders, charity towards all and hope to those who are discouraged.

St Aloysius Gonzaga, pray for us. Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be…
 

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