Weekday Mass Schedule

Monday 8:00am at St. Jerome
Tuesday 8:00am at St. Maurice
Wednesday 8:00am and 5:30pm (Latin) at St. Jerome
Thursday 8:00am at St. Maurice
First Friday 12:10pm at St. Jerome
First Saturday 9:00am at St. Jerome

Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday 4:00pm at St. Jerome
Sunday 9:00am at St. Maurice, 11:00am at St. Jerome

Modification of Safety Practices

Effective Wednesday, June 9, 2021, for those who are vaccinated, wearing masks will now be optional while at Mass, at other liturgies, and at any indoor or outdoor events held at our churches.

Those who remain unvaccinated should continue to wear masks, with particular attention being given to the safety of young, unvaccinated children.

Read the Modification of Safety Practices Regarding COVID-19 from the Archdiocese of Hartford HERE.

Incense

09-19-2021Fr. John C. Granato

My Dear Friends,

Returning to the letters on the Mass, we will continue with the prayers after the offertory, which we discussed three weeks ago. In more solemn Masses, when incense is used, there are prayers to be said by the priest. After the changes of the Mass in 1970, these prayers were excised from the Missal, meaning that the priest is not proscribed to pray these prayers anymore. It is sad that these prayers were chopped, because these prayers are beautiful for the priest to pray. The parishioner would never have heard them explicitly, because the prayers were prayed while the choir was singing during the incensation. But the devotional qualities of the prayers were a help in reminding the priest what it is he is doing.

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