Livestream Mass and our YouTube Channel

Fr. John Granato will livestream Sunday Mass on our YouTube channel called SKD Online Media. Please join us Sundays at 11:00am from your computer or mobile device!

In response to the Coronavirus, the following is in effect:

The Archdiocese of Hartford has CANCELLED all weekend and weekday Masses until further notice. Priest will celebrate daily Mass alone with no congregation, remembering in prayer all who are affected by the pandemic. More information can be found on the Archdiocesan website.

BINGO, parish events, religious education and social gatherings of clubs and ministries, have also been CANCELLED until further notice.

Pastor's Letter

Is the Book better than the Movie? Or vice versa?

03-29-2020Fr. John C. Granato

My Dear Friends,

As we are still in a period of suspension with much uncertainty, we will not be able to gather together again for the Eucharist, but hopefully our live feed this Sunday will sound better for those who are trying to stream through computers.

I would like to try and keep this bulletin letter on a more whimsical side; Lord knows we have probably had enough of the bad news. But today in the miracle story of Jesus' raising Lazarus form the dead, we are also assured of a resurrection. Our whole lives as a human person are examples of a daily dying and rising, so we trust in the Lord and await the resurrection from this deadly epidemic that has affected all of us. With much time on our hands, I am thinking of books and movies. Having read many books that have been made into movies, I am always interested to see if the movie is better than the book or vice versa. Now, these are only movies from books that I have seen, so if I miss one that you like I am sorry.


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