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    A Parish of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford

    The St. Catherine Parish Legacy Fund is committed to ensuring the long-term stability of our parish and its ministries. Please consider a gift in lieu of flowers upon a loved one's passing as a way to ensure our community will thrive well into the future.

    The Eighth Sunday of Easter June 9, 2019

    Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. through 2:00 p.m.

    Pastor The Reverend Michael Whyte, 860 658 1642

    PARISH STAFF Administrative Assistant-Parish Office Mrs. Lisa Cerchia 860 658 1642 or [email protected]

    Director of Faith Formation Mrs. Kathi Bonner 860 658 4737 or [email protected]

    Director of Youth Ministry Youth Ministry Office Manuela Hanshaw, 860 658-1642 or [email protected]

    Director of Music Ministry Mrs. Susan Zybert 860 217-0600 or [email protected]

    Facilities Manager Mr. Michael Grappone, 860 658 1642

    Parish Council President Mr. Mike Coutinho 860 408 1649 or [email protected]

    Finance Council Chairman Mrs. Jennifer Orzell 860 693 4857

    Parish Legacy Fund Chairman Mr. Peter Pabich, 860 408 1254

    Parish Lay Trustees Mrs. Ann Hoffman, 860 651 3887 Mr. Steven Moretta, 860 658 9630

    Thanks for worshiping with us. If you would like to join our parish

    family, fill out a yellow membership form found in the vestibule or atrium and mail it to us, drop

    it in the collection basket or call us at 658 1642.

    We Welcome You to Our Family of Faith!

    Mass/Liturgy Schedule: Saturday Vigil at 5:00 p.m. Sunday Masses at 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend, NO 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass) Daily Mass at 8:30 a.m., Monday through Wednesday, and Friday. (Yearly) Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday from 4:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Or by appointment, please call the parish office. Baptisms and Baptismal Preparation: Please call the parish office at 860 658 1642 Sacrament of Holy Matrimony: Please call the parish office at 860 658 1642 at least 6 months in advance Choir Practices: Adult—Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. Youth—Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. Contemporary Music Group—Sundays at 4:00 p.m.

    Bulletin Deadline: Monday at 10:00 a.m. Website News: email to: [email protected] 265 Stratton Brook Road, Box 184, West Simsbury, Connecticut 06092 Tel: 860 658 1642 /Fax: 888 297 3134 Email: [email protected] Website: www.stcatherine.info Facebook Page: St. Catherine of Siena Parish-West Simsbury CT

    WELCOME! We welcome all visitors who are celebrating with us today. As is our custom at St. Catherine of Siena, please remain in your pew for the singing of the first and last verses of the recessional hymn.

    mailto:[email protected]

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    Saturday, June 8th @ 5:00 p.m. Mass for

    Catherine Marie Hourican,

    requested by her family;

    Sunday, June 9th @ 8:00 am Mass for

    Thomas Gorecki, requested by

    Pat & Ross Fritschler;

    Sunday, June 9th @ 11:00 am Mass for

    Joseph Spada, 4th anniversary,

    requested by his family;

    Monday, June 10th @ 8:30 a.m. Mass for Rev. J. Joseph Quigley; Tuesday, June 11th @ 8:30 Mass for

    Wedding Blessings for Chris & Lili Pass,

    requested by the Hubbard Family;

    Tuesday, June 11th @ 9 a.m. Adoration;

    Wednesday, June 12th @ 8:30 a.m. Mass for

    Thomas Gorecki, requested by

    Julia & Myles McCabe;

    Wednesday, June 12th @ 9:00 a.m.,

    Rosary for Peace;

    Friday, 14th @ 8:30 a.m. Mass for

    Teena T. Hanley, requested by Betty, John,

    Johnny & Michael Oakes;

    Friday, June 14th @ 9:00 a.m.;

    Chaplet of Divine Mercy;

    Saturday, June 15th @ 5:00 p.m. Mass for

    Dick Hammond, birthday remembrance,

    requested by his family;

    Sunday, June 16th @ 8:00 am Mass for

    All Fathers; and,

    Sunday, June 16th @ 11:00 am Mass for

    All Fathers.

    WEEKLY MASS INTENTIONS

    Faith Formation News Faith Formation Registration is ongoing. For those who are re-registering children, Grades Kindergarten through Grade 10 (Confirmation II) an email and online re-registration is available. For those families who will register a child for the first time, K-10, please complete a blue "New Student Registration Form" found in the atrium and vestibule of the church. Please contact Kathi Bonner, Director of Faith Formation to register in person at 860.658.4737 or [email protected] For those families who already have a child in the Faith Formation Program but are adding a new child with the New Student Form (blue), it is not necessary to meet with Kathi Bonner, as you already know how to navigate pick up policy, the curriculum and expectations for each family. Faith Formation Calendar, K-8 and the Confirmation I & II Calendars is available on the Faith Formation section of our website. This important information, along with "Parent Letters" will also be emailed to each family who have children re-registered in our program. Please notice the special events and occasions on the calendar so your child doesn't miss out! Class Lists will be posted on our website at the end of the summer for your convenience! CONFIRMATION I Registrations must include the preference for morning class at HJMS (9:15 am- 10:30 am) or evening class at the church, (6 pm-7:15 pm). CONFIRMATION II Candidates remain with the same catechist, location and class, however, the evening class will meet from 7:15 pm-8:30 pm.

    Offertory Collection Weekly Collection. $9,782.43

    Loose Cash/Checks $1,219.43

    Envelopes $8,563.00

    Cathedraticum* -$ 391.30

    School Tax* -$ 391.30 *Parish taxes paid to the Archdiocese for

    services to the parish.

    Feast of the Ascension…… $1,351.00

    Repair & Refurbishment….$ 15.00 (additional)

    THANK YOU!

    Sanctuary LampMemorial

    This week it burns for the

    health of Buddy Cerchia

    & Terry Ann Marolla-Bernstein,

    requested by their family.

    mailto:[email protected]

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    Thank You As we

    begin the summer season I want to take this oppor-tunity to thank the many individuals who care for the parish grounds. A group of ladies see to it that the many plants and flowers that bring the beauty of God to life in our property take loving, care to ensure that the grounds are well maintained. While there are far too many to name individually, a special note of thanks to certain members of this outdoor crew goes to Terry Longo, Ann Rosenberg and Megan Cody for the gathering and planting of the flowers and shrubbery. I appreciate everyone’s efforts—thank you! As a parish we are blessed with many caring folks who take on many responsibilities in our parish, both inside and out. Thanks!

    Pentecost Sunday: A Gift of Unity & Peace within the Context of Diversity Our world is in the midst of unsettling times. When it comes to politics or policy, religion and nearly every other cultural topic of discussion, cordiality, politeness and simply giving the benefit of the doubt is seemingly a thing of the past. On Wednesday afternoon I stopped at Weatogue’s Dunkin Donut for coffee on route to the rectory. As I was waiting for my order, two young teenage guys were talking about what they were doing next and one of them told his friend he needed to call home to let his mother know, “he didn’t want to be impolite,” he said. Sadly, that struck me as unusual. Whatever alphabetical generation he might belong to today, one thing he is not supposed to be is concerned with another’s feelings—or so we are told. This Sunday we celebrate Pentecost: the coming of the Holy Spirit sent by the Father to continue, fulfill and extend the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ through you and me—all of us—in the way we accept the Holy Spirit into our lives and allow God to dwell within us and transform us into Disciples of Christ. And today’s account of the first Pentecost lays it all out for us. The details of the first Pentecost are not vital. We are historically uncertain as to the exact location of the so-called Upper Room, what is important is that we are “in the neighborhood” in the City of Jerusalem and that is what is important—having a place to go to and commemorate and to reflect, similar to the burial of an empty casket when the whereabouts of a loved one’s body is unknown at the time of death, and today’s Upper Room provides us a place to reflect on what we are told by Christ about the Holy Spirit and our role in the making of unity and peace amongst

    diverse thoughts. Scripture scholar Father Donald Senior notes that in today’s first reading the mention of the various nationalities of peoples—“We are Parthians, Medes, and Elamites, inhabitants of Mesopotamia, Judea and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia, Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the districts of Libya near Cyrene, as well as travelers from Rome, both Jews and converts to Judaism, Cretans and Arabs…” indicates the role of common ground in our faith. Note that these nationalities listed while the height of civilization at the time of the first Pentecost are today’s hotbeds of political wars and tensions, fraught with violence in everyday life. They comprise today’s Turkey, Iraq, North Africa, Iran and more. But the Holy Spirit did not come into that Upper Room and make them all Jews or all Christians or all anything else; the Holy Spirit rather enabled the many to hear in one tongue, one common ground of a language, one Spirit. In fact, scholars tell us the Word found a home in the diversity of the people and they would come to learn to live with each other in their diversity, and that Unity in Diversity is what we call the Catholic (universal) Church. Why? Because the Holy Spirit, the Word of God—Jesus Christ, speaks only Truth. Absolute Truth, as Pope Emeritus Benedict VXI spoke of often and powerfully. God is Truth—Period. And our unbelief in that Truth does not alter it. God is immutable. He Was. He Is. He Will Be—forever. Truth is the foundational pillar of our belief and must return as the pillar of all and every conversation, dialogue or debate. While we may disagree about the implementation of Truth, we cannot disagree on Truth itself. Whatever our conversations are about in our homes or in legislative bodies or in churches they must be built upon Truth and debated, dialogued or discussed in truthful, honest and open ways without the disagreement being the cause or end result of hatred. It is in truthful conversations we can place every topic on the table and talk about it openly and honestly and while a resolution pleasing to all might not be a reality at a given time, at least all topics are discussed in honesty and truth and the debate centers on the facts, not the emotions. For in our Church and in fact in right discussions philosophically, the topic of discussion must always be in the general and not the particular—where emotions take up home turf. May this Pentecost 2019 be one the unifies us in faith and Truth, may it a time of indwelling of the Holy Spirit and a real transformation for all to become more closely conformed to Christ, His Love, Faith and Charity. In that we will find the real “upper room” no matter the locale.

    FROM FATHER MICHAEL...

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    YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS ([email protected])

    St Catherine of Siena Youth Ministry Mission Statement: “Foster a group of compassionately engaged teenagers who are energized for service, open to spiritual growth, willing to build a community in the context of faith, friendship and fun.” TIME TO REGISTER–2019-2020-Registration forms for Junior and Senior High are currently available in the atrium and vestibule, in our e-bulletin, or on-line on our website. Early registration will keep you informed and up to date over the summer. WELCOME RISING 7th GRADERS AND 9TH GRADERS! WELCOME ALL TEENS! New to Youth Ministry? Ever wonder who we are, and what youth ministry is all about? Whether you are a rising 7th grader or entering your senior year in high school, come see for yourself at our summer events, check us out on Facebook at St. Catherine of Siena Youth Ministry, or on Instagram at stcatherine_youthministry. For more information, please email Mrs Hanshaw at the address above. WOMEN’S UNDERGARMENT COLLECTION (Madi Knapp)–Please consider making a donation of sports bras or underwear for the women’s shelter Woods-Mullen this weekend and next weekend. The collection box is in the atrium. See separate article in the bulletin by Madi Knapp in support of these women.

    SENIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTRY Thank you Alyssa Page, Sophia Hodson, Arielena Lang, Karstian Lang and your families for all your help and volunteering at Reach for the Stars pediatric cancer survivors’ celebration. Today, Sunday, June 9–6:00–7:15 p.m.–Russell Hall-CURRENT LEADERS MEETING – 2018-2019 Wrap up meeting–Please RSVP–Pizza will be served. Friday, July 19–6:00 p.m.–BBQ dinner, wiffle ball, tie-dye, crafts, games, movie, s’mores, bonfire and more. Optional “lockdown sleepover”. Come meet new friends or say goodbye to old friends heading to college, or just come see what youth ministry is all about. Bring a friend too! RSVP is Required (email above). Registration forms are available in the atrium and vestibule. PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. Contact Mrs. Hanshaw to attend or volunteer at this event. Admission–one nonperishable food item. Continued in next column.

    JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTRY Monday, July 15th–6:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m.-Mini Golf and Ice Cream–Rising 7th and 8th graders-Voyage through Switzerland with us at the Matterhorn Mini Golf. We will meet at the Matterhorn Mini Golf, 10 Dyer Cemetery Rd, Canton, CT for a fun-filled evening. Bring a friend and join the fun with a “shot gun” start, some challenging and unexpected twists and trivia along the way, and end with an ice cream. Please bring $10 toward the cost of this evening. Please RSVP to Mrs. Hanshaw (email above). PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED.

    Woods-Mullen Upper Body Athletic and Undergarment Drive

    MY MISSION by Madison Knapp Wood-Mullen is an emergency shelter for women located in the South End of Boston. This shelter provides food, shelter, emergency clothing, health care, and case management services for women who are in need. Upon visiting this shelter on the 2019 Boston Mission Trip, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with some of the women at the shelter. One of the things that the women mentioned repeatedly, was the lack of undergarments available to them. They talked bout how desperately they wished to have access to said clothing items, and I wanted to do something to help. I firmly believe that all women should have the opportunity to feel secure in themselves and their appearance, thus promoting their own body image and building their confidence. I decided to start a drive to collect new upper body athletic undergarments (sports bras) and underwear for the women at this shelter. If you prefer to donate cash instead, I will purchase additional items to donate. Once the collection is over, I will be personally delivering all of the collected items to the women at the shelter in Boston. I will be collecting said garments in all sizes, including larger sizes such as 3XL and 4XL. I look forward to seeing their reactions, and I hope that this contribution will help to elevate their sense of self-worth. Please look for our collection boxes in the atrium this weekend.

    Thank you all for your gracious support, and God bless!-Madison Knapp

    mailto:[email protected]

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    Parishioner’s Corporal

    Works of Mercy &

    Parish Ministry News

    Pantry Partners The SCPP distribution is Saturday, June 15th. Volunteers please plan to arrive at 8:45 a.m. for set up.

    FEED THE HUNGRY The next Feed the Hungry visit to prepare and serve lunch in Hartford will be Saturday, June 22nd, leaving St. Catherine at 9:30 a.m. and returning by 1:30 p.m. Teens, families and adult volunteers are needed. Sign up in the vestibule to reserve your spot. The homeless are always in need of your generosity!

    St. Elizabeth House St. Elizabeth House-next service date

    is June 23rd. Food needs to be ready to serve (casseroles hot, salad pre-cut) and at

    the church by 3:45 p.m. Please sign up in the atrium. Questions, please contact Leila Bruno

    at (860) 392-8585. Thank you!

    Upcoming Parish Meetings & Events

    June --Sun, 9th—Children’s Liturgy of the Word, RH, 11 a.m. -Sun, 9th—Coffee & Donuts, RH, 9 a.m., 12 Noon. -Sun, 9th—YM Leaders Meeting, RH, 6 p.m. -Mon, 10th—Mass at McLean Home, 11 a.m. -Mon, 10th—Confession, Church, 6 p.m. -Mon, 10th—Parish Council, Library, 7 p.m. -Tues, 11th—Summer Scripture Series, RH 7:00 p.m.

    -Wed, 12th—Burgers & the Bible, picnic tables, 6 p.m. -Sat, 15th—Pantry Partners, Vestibule, 9 a.m. -Mon, 17th—Prayer Shawl, Library, 3p.m. -Mon, 17th—Confession, Church, 6 p.m. -Mon, 17th—Burgers & the Bible, picnic tables, 6 p.m. -Tues, 18th—Summer Scripture Series, RH 7:00 p.m. -Sat, 22nd—Feed the Hungry -Sun, 23rd—Youth Ministry New Leaders, Lib., 12 Noon. -Sun, 23rd—St. Elizabeth House, parking lot, 3:45 p.m. -Mon, 24th—Burgers & the Bible, picnic tables, 6 p.m. -Mon, 24th-Fri, 28th—Vacation Bible School, 9:15 a.m.

    Altar Server Training will be held for children who are entering Grade 4 through high school on Saturday, June 22nd at 10 am and Monday, June 24th at 7 pm, here at the Church. New servers should plan on attending both training sessions.

    Those who have served at other parishes need only attend one session. Any Altar Server who would like a refresher is also invited to attend one of the sessions. Sign up sheets are in the atrium.

    Guest Speaker! Forward with Faith. We are pleased to announce that Mr. Jim Smith, Chairman of Webster Bank, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Hartford Bishops’ Foundation will be making a presentation to our parishioners on Monday, July 1st at 7:00 pm in the church. His talk will focus on an introduction of the Hartford Bishops’ Foundation and its partnership with the Archdiocese of Hartford in conducting Forward with Faith, the first archdiocesan-wide capital campaign in our 175-year history. Forward with Faith will provide much-needed financial support to parishes; ensure access to a high-quality Catholic education; invest in faith formation and campus infrastructure; and minister to the needy in our region by providing vital human services. All 129 parishes in our archdiocese will be conducting Forward with Faith; and St. Catherine of Siena is included with a block of parishes that has launched its parish campaign this month. Please join us for what is sure to be an informative discussion about the future of our Church!

    Wedding Banns II

    Megan Elizabeth Neureither & Matthew Ryan Sparks

    June 22nd, 2019.

    BURGERS AND THE BIBLE DATE CHANGE Due to a scheduling conflict this week’s bible study scheduled for Monday June 10 has been moved to WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, for this week only. Same time, same place, burgers and scripture the old fashion way!!

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    Preparations are underway for the BEST week of the Summer at St.

    Catherine of Siena~June 24-28th. Registration of castaways will close

    Monday, June 10th.

    If you have not done So already the time is

    NOW to register!

    We are seeking a number of supplies in order to create marvelous props to set the stage for Shipwreck 2019.

    Items Needed: Gallon Milk Jugs,

    Light Blue Fabric or Sheets White Fabric or Sheets

    Artificial greens Empty Water Bottles

    (100 - example: Poland Springs)

    Midsized and large boxes (please fold down to drop-off)

    Rope, Wooden Crates, Nets Brown, Black, Grey Paint (spray or gallon)

    We are also looking for individuals/families who would be interested in creating props for our stage. Kits will be provided and will need to be completed by Monday, June 17th.work. Please contact Colleen Tighe via text (860) 951-2679 or [email protected] Thank you in advance for helping us create an exceptional program for our parish.

    HELP WANTED to water the newly planted flowers around the outside of

    church, the Mary garden as well as the rectory. We have a committee of loyal gardeners but would love additional people. Please help us to keep these flowers blooming! For more

    information you may contact Barbara Hopkins at [email protected]

    Summer Bible Studies 1. Join Kathi Bonner-Tuesday evenings in Russell Hall,7 pm-8:15 pm. June 11th we will plumb the depths of meaning in

    The Beatitudes as told by Saint Matthew and stenciled on the walls of our church. What do they mean and how do we apply them to our lives today? On June 18th we will uncover some unique ways of seeing Jesus through the eyes of Saint Mark who provides us with a portrait of Jesus in the shortest Gospel. This series is perfect for those new to Bible Study as well as returning parishioners, Catechists, Confirmation Candidates and parents who want to deepen their understanding of Scripture to better form their children in the faith. Please register by emailing [email protected] Attendance at all is not required! 2. Join Lou Daniels as he takes you on a guided tour of the Four Gospels. In Part 1 of the series, he answers historical questions about the origins of the Gospels, such as: Who wrote the Gospels? Are they really anonymous? When were the Gospels written? What did the Church Fathers believe? What do modern scholars believe? Why? In Part 2, Lou then turns to the portraits of Jesus that each of the four Gospels gives us. He takes you through the distinctive picture given by each Evangelist: Messiah, Rabbi, Evangelist, New Moses Healer and more. All are welcome. Wednesday, 6/12, Monday, 6/17 and Monday, 6/24 at 6 p.m. Come to one or come to them all. RSVP’s are helpful by registering, [email protected] Sponsored by the Men’s Club Ministry.

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]

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    The Divine Mercy

    Holy Hour will be celebrated at St. Ann in Avon on Sunday, June 9th from 2:30 – 3:30 pm. Let’s beg for God’s Mercy and the outpouring of His Healing Love. Please join us for this powerful devotion.

    Around Our Archdiocese of

    Hartford…

    Devotional Schedule (All follow daily Mass at 8:30 a.m.)

    Adoration, Tuesday; Rosary for Peace, Wednesday; and, Stations of the Cross, Friday, 9 a.m. & 7 p.m. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Confession, Monday, 6 p.m./Saturday, 4 p.m. Rosary, first Monday monthly, 7 p.m. First Friday Mass includes the Sacrament of

    the anointing of the sick.

    Check out the last page of our bulletin for the names of the sponsors

    who pay for our weekly bulletin. Please patronize their businesses.

    Women's Club Annual Banquet Save the Date!!!

    Tuesday, June 18th at 6pm.

    Seasons at Avon Old Farms Hotel. Stay tuned for e-vite, registration

    info and menu offerings. We hope to see you there!

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1 A Parish of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford The St. Catherine Parish Legacy Fund is commied to ensuring the long-term stability of our parish and its ministries. Please consider a giſt in lieu of flowers upon a loved one's passing as a way to ensure our community will thrive well into the future. The Eighth Sunday of Easter June 9, 2019 Parish Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. through 2:00 p.m. Pastor The Reverend Michael Whyte, 860 658 1642 PARISH STAFF Administrave Assistant-Parish Office Mrs. Lisa Cerchia 860 658 1642 or [email protected] Director of Faith Formaon Mrs. Kathi Bonner 860 658 4737 or [email protected] Director of Youth Ministry Youth Ministry Office Manuela Hanshaw, 860 658-1642 or [email protected] Director of Music Ministry Mrs. Susan Zybert 860 217-0600 or [email protected] Facilies Manager Mr. Michael Grappone, 860 658 1642 Parish Council President Mr. Mike Counho 860 408 1649 or [email protected] Finance Council Chairman Mrs. Jennifer Orzell 860 693 4857 Parish Legacy Fund Chairman Mr. Peter Pabich, 860 408 1254 Parish Lay Trustees Mrs. Ann Hoffman, 860 651 3887 Mr. Steven Morea, 860 658 9630 Thanks for worshiping with us. If you would like to join our parish family, fill out a yellow membership form found in the vestibule or atrium and mail it to us, drop it in the collection basket or call us at 658 1642. We Welcome You to Our Family of Faith! Mass/Liturgy Schedule: Saturday Vigil at 5:00 p.m. Sunday Masses at 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend, NO 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass) Daily Mass at 8:30 a.m., Monday through Wednesday, and Friday. (Yearly) Sacrament of Reconciliaon: Saturday from 4:00 p.m. unl 4:30 p.m. Monday from 6:00 p.m. unl 7:00 p.m. Or by appointment, please call the parish office. Bapsms and Bapsmal Preparaon: Please call the parish office at 860 658 1642 Sacrament of Holy Matrimony: Please call the parish office at 860 658 1642 at least 6 months in advance Choir Pracces: Adult—Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. Youth—Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. Contemporary Music Group—Sundays at 4:00 p.m. Bullen Deadline: Monday at 10:00 a.m. Website News: email to: [email protected] 265 Straon Brook Road, Box 184, West Simsbury, Conneccut 06092 Tel: 860 658 1642 /Fax: 888 297 3134 Email: [email protected] Website: www.stcatherine.info Facebook Page: St. Catherine of Siena Parish-West Simsbury CT WELCOME! We welcome all visitors who are celebrating with us today. As is our custom at St. Catherine of Siena, please remain in your pew for the singing of the first and last verses of the recessional hymn.
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