Temporary Mass Times Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
All Masses are streamed via Facebook Live
Daily Mass: Monday - Friday: 9:00 am
Sundays: 10:30am, 12Noon (Spanish)
Regular Mass Times
Saturday Vigil: Mass at 4:00 pm
Sunday Morning: Masses at 7:30 am, 10:30 am
Spanish Mass: Mass at 12:00 Noon
Daily Mass: Monday – Thursday: 9:00 am
Spanish Mass: Wednesday 7:00 pm
Holy Days: Consult the Parish Bulletin or call the Parish Office at 860-583-1369
Reconciliation and Sacraments
COVID-19 Pandemic Hours: Saturdays at 2:30pm in church only
Regular Reconciliation Saturdays at 2:30 pm to 3:15 p.m. in church,or by appointment, call the Parish Office at 860-583-1369.
Click here for information about Sacramental preparation.
Eucharistic Adoration Times
Eucharistic Adoration is visiting and spending time in quiet prayer with Jesus in the Eucharist. It is an expression of our love for Jesus, who loves us so much that He never wants to leave us and stays with us in the Blessed Sacrament.
Nobel Peace Prize winner, Saint Teresa of Calcutta, said, "I would not be able to work one week if it were not for the continual force coming from Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament".
She attributed her many charitable works to her daily Holy Hour of prayer before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
Come spend time in prayer and reflection before the Blessed Sacrament after Wednesday Morning Mass until noon.
Everyone is welcome to stop by and spend any amount of time in prayer during these hours.
Wednesdays 9:30am - 12 Noon, followed by The Angelus
Wednesdays 6:00pm - 7:00pm, Spanish Eucharistic Adoration
Location: Parish Center - 149 Goodwin St., Bristol, CT 06010
One part of Catholic culture that is sometimes hard to understand and very often misunderstood is the custom of offering Mass intentions. When a priest celebrates Mass each day, he offers each celebration of the Eucharist for a particular person, or intention. By doing so he applies special graces from God upon that person or intention. Similar to how we are able to intercede for others by our personal prayers, the Church is able to intercede for us through the celebration of the Mass. However, since the Eucharist is the “source and summit of the Christian life”, the Mass possesses a power that our personal prayers do not.
There is no more powerful prayerful petition than having a Mass said for an intention worthy in the eyes of God. We can request a Mass intention not only for the repose of the soul of someone who has died, but also in thanksgiving, for healing, or for the intentions of another person (such as on a birthday). As St. John Paul II has written: “In the celebration of the Eucharistic Sacrifice, the Church prays that God, the Father of Mercies, will grant His children the fullness of the Holy Spirit so that they may become one body and one spirit in Christ."
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