Author Archives: Sue Zello

Save the Date

Effective this evening (March 16th) at 8 pm, Bishop Frank J. Caggiano has mandated that all weekday and Sunday public Masses celebrated in the presence of the lay faithful are temporarily suspended in the Diocese of Bridgeport. The temporary suspension will remain in effect until Friday, April 3. We will receive a confirmation or revision of that date on Monday, March 30. 

As of March 12th and as recommended by the Diocese all non-liturgical, social events scheduled are cancelled until further notice. This includes Bingo, Ladies Night Bingo, RCIA & Faith Formation Classes, Cub Scouts and the AARP Tax Preparation for Seniors.

Dates of second collections for the month of March – March 22, Catholic Relief Service

Parish Life during the Corona Virus & Spiritual Resources

Dear Friends, 

The Coronavirus has created a world of chaos. Please keep yourself healthy! Please pray for those who have been infected by the virus. Especially pray for the caregivers and medical professionals who are serving us! 

This week has been very challenging. Masses have been suspended and I am saying Mass each day for the intentions that have been scheduled.It took me 44 years to say a quiet mass! The Church is open each day from 10am to 2pm for private prayer however we need to keep the number of visitors within the limits of the directives. We are hoping to video Sunday’s mass and have it available on our website and/or YouTube – check back for more information. As previously announced Bishop Caggiano has suspended al

I will be communicating with you by Calling Post (robo-call) and email. If you have previously blocked the Calling Post (405-308-4474) please consider unblocking it at least during this time. I also ask you to check this website ( for information.

You are in my prayers! Please pray for me!

Msgr. Ryan 


Upcoming Events

December 29 – Sunday – 9:30 -5th Sunday Rosary- Hosted by the Knights of Columbus

Weekend of January 5 – At all masses, we will celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord. Our tradition is that we bless our homes on this Feast. On the Feast, we ask you to bring your holy water bottle and we will bless chalk for you to use to write the blessing letters above your door. We will also have a prayer for you to say as you bless your home.U[

The Road from Bethlehem

The Road from Bethlehem is a program designed for parents with young children. You might be asking yourself some of these questions. How can I go to Church with a child who might be noisy! Is there a way to teach my child about Church, while not disturbing others? Are there ways for my child to learn about God? Yes! We invite our young families with young children to come and experience a short prayer, a time for crafts and community, and play time for your child.

The program will be held once a month on a Sunday. We will begin in the Church with a short prayer with music, followed by a gathering in Madonna Hall for playtime and crafts. Our program will be from 9:00 – 10:30 am. Coffee and juice will be served, please feel free to bring a snack for your child. The next session will be on Sunday, February 9, 2020.

For more information please call Melissa Lembo at 203-556-0611 or Denise Bartelson at 203-375-6133.