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Parish Cluster Harvest Dinner Sunday, October 29 5:00 p.m. Hosted this year at Saints Peter and Paul Parish Imagine the possibilities: Italian food of all kinds, Polish delicacies, Arroz con ….pollo, gandules, camarones (take your pick!), papas juancainas, food prepared in Haitian, Philippine, Indonesian, and of course,...

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The Diocesan Catholic Family Services Office is sponsoring two workshops for the bereaved entitled: Praying Your Goodbyes. Both workshops will include time for private reflection, prayer and journaling, and will give participants suggestions on how to navigate the upcoming holidays, and discover ways to grow through the experience of thei...

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Please share with us the great pictures that you have taken at any of the events that took place at our Parish to put them in our website. Mike Nelson/Agence-France Presse/Getty Images
Our Cluster has now a presence on the Facebook! LIKE us by going to http://facebook.com/jointnorwichcatholiccluster or searching for it on the search bar! This is a great way to stay connected as a community and learn about exciting upcoming events!

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Come Young; Come Old An Invitation to Serve Christ and His Church at Mass It’s a good time to listen for the call to ministry in our parish! Some ministry training will take place this summer, but most of it will begin in the fall, after the warm weather finishes. But now is the time to consider how you might help the parish...

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This Saturday, Oct. 28, delegates from parishes in our diocese with Spanish-speaking communities will meet in Norwich for a day-long Encuentro of Hispano/Latino Catholics. Hopes and concerns, strategies and plans will be gathered together for a New England Encuentro in the Spring and eventually the National Encuentro next Fall in Dallas T...

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All Saints Day Remember that Nov. 1st, All Saints Day, is a Holy Day of Obligation. See the holy day schedule on the bulletin cover. All Souls Day While not a day of obligation, we pray on this day for all our faithful departed. Please be sure to give us the names of your beloved dead on your All Souls envelope. Those names will be ins...

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 On Saturday, November 4th, beginning at 9:30 am, with opening prayer in St. Mary Church, 70 West Main St, Baltic, CT, our parish will host a video conference featuring the work of Fr. Robert Spitzer. Presentations will be in St. Joseph School Hall from 9:45 am to 2:00 pm. Topics will include Evidence for God in Science, the Shroud o...

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 On Sunday, November 5, 2017, at 10:15 a.m., Bishop Cote will celebrate Mass at the Cathedral of Saint Patrick for all military personnel. The purpose of this celebration is to honor our service men and women as we recognize the many sacrifices made by the families and loved ones of our military. The theme for the 2017, Red, White an...

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This year, The 40 Days for Life Campaign runs from Wednesday, Sept. 27th through Nov. 5th. It is hoped that you will join in prayer and fasting for life during these 40 days. Our Parish Cluster will take part in vigiling outside the Planned Parenthood facility (12 Case St., Norwich) on Tuesday, October 24. You can sign up to take part aft...

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This year  the Sts Peter & Paul Kris Kringle Fair will be on November 11, 2017. Donations are being accepted for the “Basket Raffle” Please call (860) 889-2794. Thank you!-The Fair Committee

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Starting Sunday, October 22, there will be a single Sunday morning Mass at St. Joseph’s at 8:30. It will be a Mass in both English and Polish, a celebration of our parish’s unity and diversity. It has become necessary to suspend the 10 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph’s because we no longer have a priest who is regularly avail...

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During the coming weeks we will begin work on an important modification of parish church, making it possible to worship in many different ways at different times. The rear third of the Church will be opened up so that people can pray in groups, carry on Scripture studies, and share faith. These are not bad things, but actions that...

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New Rules! Effective immediately, our parish kitchen will operate under new guidelines: Talk with us ahead of time: Anyone interested in using the kitchen must call or e-mail us well in advance so that we can explain rules and expectations. Please call the parish office 860-887-2565 or e-mail Dan Chong at danielchong.usa@gmail.com. There ...

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