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Sunday Masses


8:00 AM (in Polish with English Homily
9:30 AM
11:30 AM


Daily Masses
(Monday - Friday): 6:30 AM & 7:30 AM
(Daily community prayer at 7:15 a.m. -
- before Mass).


Saturday Mass
4:00 PM
(Vigil Mass)

Today's Readings for Mass


New ! Online Searchable Catechism


Upcoming Events / News -


Click on Gallery or here to see photos from our recent parish Lenten retreat with Fr. Paul Bielecki, OFM, Cap.

Tablet / i-Phone Users

It's not too late, still time !  - Free series - Best Lent Ever 2017 - Matthew Kelly - Sign up today online !  It's easy, receive a video clip reflection to your phone or tablet every day.



Holy Week and Easter Schedule

At the very heart of liturgical year is the celebration of the Triduum during Holy Week. This is one single liturgy that unfolds over the course of three days. It is the solemn celebration of the suffering, death, and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Holy Thursday April 13, 2017

7:00pm Mass of the Lord's Supper - followed by continuous Adoration

* Adoration Schedule - Thursday straight through overnight to Good
Friday at 2pm.  

All are welcome to drop in anytime to pray or sign up using the Sign-up Sheet in the main entrance / foyer.  Join us to have people continuosly every hour in prayer overnight through to 2 p.m. on Good Friday.


Good Friday April 14, 2017

3:00pm Service, The Lord's Passion - Liturgy of The Cross  

7pm Stations of the Cross


Holy Saturday April 15, 2017 -

12:00-2:00pm Blessing of Food

Every half hour, 12 noon -2 p.m., all are welcome to bring food to be prepared for their Easter meals to be blessed, - a tradition here at St. Joseph’s for over 50 years.


Saturday, April 15, 2017

Easter Vigil Mass - 8:00pm - Paschal Vigil Liturgy 


Easter Sunday - April 16, 2017

Masses - * Please note times *

8:00am Mass and Procession 

10:00am Mass ( Divine Mercy Chaplet right after Mass)

12 Noon Mass

Sunday, April 23
rd – Mercy Sunday




Matthew 6:17, Matthew 9:14-15, Mark 2:20, Matthew 4:2, Matthew 17: 17-20, Acts 13:3 & 14:23,

Abstinence: The law of abstinence obliges all those who are over the age of 14.  On days of abstinence meat is not eaten at any meal.  The days of abstinence are Ash Wednesday and all the Fridays of Lent, including Good Friday.

Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics. In addition, Fridays during Lent are obligatory days of abstinence.

Fasting: Those between the ages of 18 and 59 years old are obliged to observe the laws on fasting.  Traditionally, to fast means limiting oneself to one full meal in the day and two smaller meals. The two prescribed days of fasting are Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. 

1. What's Lent all about for me this year ?  Click here.

2. It's not too late, still time !  - Free series - Best Lent Ever 2017 - Matthew Kelly - Sign up today online !  It's easy, receive a video clip reflection to your phone or tablet every day.


New - For Phones & Tablets

What's new for March / April on the E-Books / i-Page ?


Three Minute Retreat - Video

 Morning, during break or lunch @ work, Evening, just 3 minutes to step back, refresh..... try it.

Pray as You Go - Reflections & Music

Pick today's date on the calendar to Pray as you Go.

hink you're ready for a committed relationship ?  Take the inventory !



Bible Study - Explore the Sunday Readings

Bring your Bible and join us every Thursday at 6 p.m in the church Hall ! Join us as we together explore the scripture readings for Mass for the upcoming Sunday.


No registration needed, all are welcome, bring your Bible !









Please note -  6:30 a.m. & 7:30 a.m. daily Masses, with morning community prayer beginning at 7:15 a.m. Join us on your way to work or the gym





Church Attendance Linked to Longer Life -  New Study - American Medical Association


1. Prayer, Contemplation Video Clips

I-phone / Android, Tablet users, a plan to get in good spiritual shape this year !


2. i-page / e-Books

For i-phone, i-pad, Android & Tablet users, - Videos, E-Magazines, Spiritual E-Books and much more.




Youth Group News

For more information contact via email -  
Mrs. Christine Welton .

Meeting are always on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Be a leader, be a mentor !




Video - Who Is Jesus and What Makes Him Unique ?  - 4 Minutes

Traces - online international magazine, - get it on your phone & devices, - college / adult level reading.


Video Feature - A look at Thomas Merton 9 minutes - Fr. Robert Barron


How To Pray With The Bible / Lectio Divina - Fr. James Martin SJ - Video Clip





















Today's World News from Vatican Radio



Divine Mercy Devotion


Divine Mercy Novena - 6:30 p.m. Mondays, - (Note - NOT on Monday Holidays)


"I'm an avid fan of EWTN.."....  "One of my favorite shows, ...  is the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, which I love, and when I've had a very stressful day, I'll come home -I've got it taped, and Kay and I will both listen, put it on and just sit back, relax, worship, and in that time of reflection, meditation, quietness I find myself renewed and restored."

- Rick Warren, Baptist / Evangelical pastor of Saddle-Back Church, author of  "The Purpose-Driven Life" .


Vatican News


Look for more selections on our E-Books page !





Daily Mass
Don't forget ! Daily Mass at 7:30 a.m., - convenient for commuters before work and vacationers heading out for the day !

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Request a Mass
Have concerns in your life? Like to have the prayers of the parish community along with your own ? Request a weekday or Sunday Mass for your family, friends or personal intentions !
Call Kathleen at the parish office to schedule, 860.871.1970.


Daily Scripture Readings, text plus audio and video options.

* Book Rack - Features CD's, Pocket-Sized Bible Studies, Devotionals, Traces Magazine, and much more, -- Located by the Elevator, free items are marked.  All books are offered below Amazon prices, - compare.

Stop By This Week, while supplies last !



* Weekly Bread Collection for the Cornerstone Shelter / Soup Kitchen.
(Drop-off Box in main foyer).


* Monthly - First Weekend of the Month - Collection of personal-care items for the Cornerstone Shelter. Drop off items in the marked box in the foyer. Thank you !

* Divine Mercy Devotion - Every Monday, 6:30 p.m.

Every Monday, - except during winter storms, or major holidays etc.)


What is the Divine Mercy all About ?


* Thursdays, Holy Hour 7- 8p.m. - Matt 26:40

Spiritual Renewal Prayer Group -

Meets at St. Joseph's, Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m.