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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Upcoming Catholic Events

Join us for the 10th annual 
Bi-Lingual Divine Mercy Celebration on Sunday, April 12th, 2015

8:30am Bus departs North Haven (sharp)
10:00 am Rosary 
11:00am Mass
1:00 Healing Service with Br. Paul Miller, SFO
2:30pm Bus departs NJ
3:00pm Divine Mercy Chaplet 
Arrive approximately 5:00pm North Haven

Cost:  $30.00 pp (transportation and gratuity) 
Lite snacks will be available.  A brown bag lunch is recommended.  There will be time to venerate the lst class relic of St. Faustina and the Divine Mercy Icon. 

For more information or to reserve your seat, please call Barbara 203 605-9845 or visit our website

***Please note:  due to transportation limitations, the bus available CAN NOT accommodate persons with wheelchairs.  


The Relics of the Passion will be exhibited on Tuesday March 24, 2015 at St. Peter Roman Catholic Church 150 Main Street Hartford Connecticut at 7:00 pm.


A concert in contemplation of Our Lord's Passion, Saturday, March 28, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.

Legion of Christ College, 475 Oak Avenue, Cheshire, CT


The Stations of the Cross will take place at the Shrine of Lourdes in Litchfield, 50 Montfort Rd., Rte. 118, Litchfield, CT 06759 on Good Friday, April 3, at 11:00am, 12:15pm, & 3:00pm.


To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War’s end, the Knights of Columbus Museum is sponsoring an historical exhibition and lecture series.

The exhibit, Answering the Call, opens March 14, 2015, with a focus on religious ministry and medical care for soldiers. It also includes a history of the 9th Connecticut, a volunteer infantry regiment whose members were predominantly of Irish ancestry, many of whom were from New Haven. 

The initial presentation in the lecture series will be Religion, Service, and the Meaning of the American Civil War, by Dr. Matthew Warshauer, a professor of history at Central Connecticut State University, Saturday, March 21, at 2 p.m.

The author of four books, Dr. Warshauer specializes in 19th century political and constitutional history. His book Connecticut in the American Civil War: Slavery, Sacrifice, and Survival (2011), gives an account of the state’s often turbulent Civil War history. He also edited Inside Connecticut in the Civil War: Essays on One State’s Struggles, a book written by his graduate students.

Dr. Warshauer serves as co-chair of the Connecticut Civil War Commemoration Commission. His scholarship and work as a historian was recognized by the New England History Teacher’s Association with its 2012 Kidger Award and the Association for the Study of Connecticut History’s 2012 Bruce Fraser Award.

The exhibition and lecture are free and open to the public.
The Knights of Columbus Museum is located at 1 State Street in New Haven and is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information or a schedule of future presentations call 203-865-0400 or visit

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