The St. Catherine Scholarship Fund provides scholarships and awards to graduating
high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership skills
through their participation in church, school and community service activities.  
Preference is given to those students whose families are members of St. Catherine of
Siena parish.  The scholarships and awards are funded by contributions from individual
parishioners and corporate donors to the St. Catherine Scholarship Fund.

Applications can be found
HERE.  Please return your completed application to the St.
Catherine Scholarship Committee postmarked no later than May 1, 2014.
"The Corner Office Perspective"
Thursday, May 15, 2014
7:00 p.m., Lucey Parish Hall

If you are a business executive in our parish community, we invite you to participate
in The Corner Office Perspective 3.0.

More information
Faith Community Nursing Ministry  -  NEW!
We are announcing the start of a wonderful new ministry here at
St. Catherine’s!  Its official name is Faith Community Nursing.  
Learn more
St. Catherine Scholarship Fund
St. Catherine's Concert Series
Friday, May 9 – 8:00 p.m.
Bach and Jazz Concert
Join us for the third and final concert of
the St. Catherine Concert Series!

Enjoy an evening of Bach and jazz,
featuring Bach's Brandenburg Concerto
No. 2, Claude Bolling's Suite for flute and
jazz trio, and Bach's Magnificat for choir
and orchestra.  

You may order tickets via this
website.      You may also call the parish
office at 203-637-3661 or purchase
tickets after Sunday morning Masses.
St. Catherine's Support Circle
About Us
Centennial Celebrations
1913 - 2013
Pictures from our April
Centennial Celebration
View more pictures from
our September 28th
Centennial Dinner!
St. Catherine of Siena is the
Patron Saint of Italy and a
Doctor of the Church.

She was born Catherine
Benincasa in Siena in 1347.  At
an early age, she joined the
Third Order of Saint Dominic in
which she gained a reputation
for great sanctity.  Recognizing
her holiness and wisdom, many
followed her leadership in her
devotion to the poor.  She
labored incessantly and with
fiery zeal for the unity of the
Church and was a devoted
champion of the Papacy.

She died in Rome in 1380 after
a remarkable life, leaving a
legacy of
outstanding spiritual treatises.

Saint Catherine was canonized
in 1461.

Her Feast occurs on April 29.
During this week we call holy we journey with Christ from triumph to condemnation, through death
to new and eternal life.  We individually begin that journey in baptism when we are joined to Christ
and his living body in this world, the Church.

The liturgies of Holy Week are among the most ancient and most beautiful that the Church has to
offer, and they allow us to join those Christians who, for two thousand years, have commemorated
the dying and rising of Christ.

As we come to the end of our one hundredth anniversary year, we once again celebrate the core
mysteries of our Catholic Christian faith.  With grateful hearts we thank God for enabling us to
continue as a community of faith, fully grounded in hope, a community that strives to manifest the
love of God and neighbor, in charity and service.

A special word of thanks to all who make Holy Week a beautiful experience for us all: musicians,
servers, those who have decorated the church, readers, minsters of the Eucharist, ushers,
sextons.  Thank you so much!

May the ancient Christian greeting,
Christ is risen!
Christ is truly risen!
continue to echo in our hearts and lives.

Reverend Msgr. Alan F. Detscher, S.L.D.                Reverend Francis T. Hoffmann
Pastor                                                                      Parochial Vicar
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