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Father Rob's 11-23-2020 Message:

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  • We ask that if you have been away in a state which is on the self-quarantine list (viewable at https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/travel), that you please help us keep everyone safe by participating in Mass online for the 14-day period after you return.  
  • We look forward to praying with you!

A Special Thank You!

Dear Saint Aloysius Parish:
I just received a heartfelt thank you from our friends at New Covenant Center (NCC). For the past nine months you have been so generous.  Whether it was the many in-car food drives, the thousands of sandwiches you made, the bottled water, snacks, and monetary donations – you did it all and you went over the top! You set a splendid example for others who have now joined with you in making a tremendous difference in the lives of the New Covenant clients who are in great need every day.  The good news is that they are all set with sandwiches because so many other parishes and organizations have followed our lead!  Therefore, you can take a break from sandwich making for a little while – we will keep you posted about a restart.  

NCC is always in need of something; so going forward, please look at the “New Covenant Center”section of the parish bulletin for a list of needs.

On behalf of the entire New Covenant Center team, thank you for all that you have done and will continue to do. May God bless you always!      

- Father Rob         

Bishop Announces Appointment to St. Aloysius
Welcome, Father David W. Franklin! 

Bishop Caggiano has appointed Father David W. Franklin to serve as a parochial vicar at Saint Aloysius beginning November 1, 2020. Born in Peabody, Massachusetts, Father Franklin attended Catholic schools in Danvers, MA graduating from St. John’s Preparatory School in 1971. Following High School graduation, he entered the Brothers of the Holy Cross, Eastern Province.  He attended Stonehill College, which included studies at the University of Nice, France and at Holy Cross Novitiate in Bennington, Vermont. Father Franklin received his bachelor’s degree in French and Secondary Education with a minor in Religious Studies. He has taught French at Notre Dame High School in West Haven, and at Holy Cross High School in Waterbury. He received a Master of Divinity degree from Holy Apostles Seminary in Cromwell, Connecticut.  Ordained to the priesthood on June 22, 1985 by Bishop Walter W. Curtis, Father has served in parishes in Shelton, Fairfield, Stamford, and Ridgefield.

Father Franklin is eager to begin his ministry in our lively and ever-growing parish.  Father David, Father Bob, and I are looking forward to welcoming him to our home and sharing priesthood with him. Please keep him in your prayers as he makes his way to Saint Aloysius.

- Father Rob

St A's Celebrates the KOC CDA Deceased Members Mass

Prayer to St. Aloysius Gonzaga, SJ
In times of Epidemics

St. Aloysius Gonzaga, you were eager to care for your suffering brothers and sisters in Christ, in the midst of a terrible epidemic. You persisted in seeking permission to care for the sick, even though you knew it might endanger your own health. You felt natural revulsion toward the unpleasant realities of the sickness around you, but you wholeheartedly threw yourself into the task of caring for those who were ill and dying.

I pray through your powerful intercession for all those who are affected by this epidemic. May the Lord bring healing to the sick, wisdom to medical professionals, prudence to our civil leaders, charity towards all and hope to those who are discouraged.

St Aloysius Gonzaga, pray for us. Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be…



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