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St. Aloysius Building Campaign – Please Check Out Photos, Videos and Weekly Updates!

Dear Parishioners and Friends of Saint Aloysius Parish Saint Aloysius Parish is a Catholic family that has thrived in New Canaan for 125 years. We are united by our Baptism, emboldened by the Holy Spirit, and sanctified by Christ present in the Eucharist. As a community of believers, we are rooted in the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and we live out our discipleship in worship, prayer, and charity. Our strength is from

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St. Aloysius Building Campaign – Please Check Out Photos, Videos and Weekly Updates!

Dear Parishioners and Friends of Saint Aloysius Parish Saint Aloysius Parish is a Catholic family that has thrived in New Canaan for 125 years. We are united by our Baptism, emboldened by the Holy Spirit, and sanctified by Christ present in the Eucharist. As a community of believers, we are rooted in the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and we live out our discipleship in worship, prayer, and charity. Our strength is from

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Join us to Celebrate St Aloysius Parish – Founder’s Day

On June 19, 1896 the Vatican officially founded our parish, two days before the Feast of St. Aloysius Gonzaga. Come Celebrate with us and join in the conversation about our future! 5:30 p.m. Mass 6:00 p.m. “Town Hall” Meeting Parish Life Campus Project Update Pre-School Plan Q & A 6:30 Ice Cream for everyone from Jim’s Ice Cream Truck

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Annual Bishop’s Appeal

St A’s Contribution Status as of – April 12th: Over the years, many corporations in the Diocese have participated in the Matching Gift Program. When making your pledge to the 2024 Bishop’s Appeal, please consult with your employer to determine if they match gifts. If your company does participate, the Diocese of Bridgeport or its designated agencies such as Catholic Charities, Catholic Academy of Bridgeport, or Foundations in Education, may qualify for these additional funds

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Join us to Celebrate St Aloysius Parish – Founder’s Day

On June 19, 1896 the Vatican officially founded our parish, two days before the Feast of St. Aloysius Gonzaga. Come Celebrate with us and join in the conversation about our future! 5:30 p.m. Mass 6:00 p.m. “Town Hall” Meeting Parish Life Campus Project Update Pre-School Plan Q & A 6:30 Ice Cream for everyone from Jim’s Ice Cream Truck

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6-9-24 bulletin
For the Week of June 9, 2024

NOTES FROM MONSIGNOR ROB

Kinfolk

Msgr. Rob is away this week, so our “guest” columnist is Fr. John Foley, S.J. The Gospel for this 10th Sunday of Ordinary Time can be puzzling. For instance: Jesus is preaching, but his “relatives” come to “seize” him because “he is out of his mind.”(Mark 3:21) Picture it. Who are these relatives? They seem to be identified as “his mother and his brothers”! This raises the question whether Jesus actually had brothers and sisters,

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The Eucharist – Miracle in our Midst!

As we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, our diocese is in the midst of a Eucharistic Renewal. The Eucharistic Processions that took place last week in different parts of Fairfield County brought thousands of people into the streets and into churches to honor Jesus present in the Most Holy Eucharistic. The story and video attached speak volumes about the powerful effect that the processions and hours of worship

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A Trinity of Love

Nearly every preacher approaches the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity with some trepidation, and I’m one of them. Lately I’ve come to a more meaningful embrace of the Father, Son, and Spirit, so permit me to share some of what I’ve come to understand. The teaching of the Trinity has its share of complexities: “one God, three Persons,” an “everlasting unity,” and so forth. The truth defies logic, but the beauty of it paints

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