America is a Catholic media ministry that interprets the Church for the world and the world for the Church.  The Ignatian traditions of "finding God in all things" and the promotion of justice shape our commentary. Founded in 1909 by the Jesuit order and directed today by Jesuits and lay colleagues, America is a resource for spiritual renewal and social analysis guided by the spirit of charity.

Archdiocese of Hartford
The Archdiocese of Hartford comprises the counties of Hartford, Litchfield and New Haven in Connecticut and includes approximately 700,000 Catholics. Over 500 priests minister within the Archdiocese, serving 213 parishes as well as other apostolates. The priests are assisted by almost 300 deacons.
Hartford was established as a diocese on November 28, 1843 and created as an archdiocese on August 6, 1953. This comprehensive page offers information about the history and ministries of the archdiocese, our bishops, educational initiatives, charities, parishes, and other resources.
Under the direction of Paulist priest Fr. Dave Dwyer, "Busted Halo Ministries helps young adults explore their spirituality, listen to and encourage one another, discover the rich depths of the Catholic tradition, and connect to communities of faith where their unique gifts will be respected and used and where they will find support on their journey towards God."
Know what you believe - 21st Century Catholic Apologetics
Catholic News Servies reports news of interest  to Catholics in their everyday lives, building community by reporting fully and fairly information about the involvement of the Catholic Church in the world today.  The primary source for Catholic print and broadcast media throughout the world, CNS has been in existence since 1920.
Whether you are practicing, not currently attending Mass, or non-Catholic but curious about Catholicism, Catholics Come Home reaches out to all with opportunities to learn (or relearn) the truth about the Catholic faith and come home to Catholicism.
The online version of the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Hartford presents timely information about the Catholic Church in Hartford, Litchfield, and New Haven counties.
Christian fun, humor, and solid inspiration for young adults
The Connecticut Chapter​ of Contemplative Outreach supports, grows and shares Contemplative Outreach’s Prayer Practices as well as fosters and enhances the Christian Contemplative Community in the Connecticut area.
To foster the process of transformation in Christ in one another through Centering Prayer.

Ignatious Study Bible - Study the Gospels in a Year
A short daily Bible reading and commentary sent straight to your inbox.  Read each day and you will have studied the four gospels in a year.

Ignatious Bible Study - Catechism of the Catholic Church
Part of the Catechism will be sent to your inbox daily. 
NYC diocesan priest, former Trappist Monk and Jesuit offers wonderful insights into the challenges of today’s Church. - Established in 1964, the National Catholic Reporter (NCR) began as a newspaper and is now a print and web news source that stands as one of the few independent journalistic outlets for Catholics and others who struggle with the complex moral and societal issues of the day.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops web site offers links to prayer & worship (including liturgical resources, sacraments, blessings), beliefs and teachings (including information about vocations and what we believe), issues and action (current issues in the Church and how to get involved), media (blogs, movie reviews, news releases), and the Bible.
The official web site of the Vatican.
Father Robert Barron's global media ministry.
The word On Fire Blog
Zenit is a nonprofit international news agency dedicated to looking at the world through the messages of the Pope and the Holy See, reporting on Church happenings and events of interest to Christians, and to inform about "the world seen through Rome."










Saturday Vigil
4:30 PM (St. Robert)

7:00 AM (St. Mary)
8:30 AM (St. Robert)
9:30 AM (St. Mary)
11:00 AM (St. Mary)

Saturdays 3:30-4:00 PM (St. Robert)

Daily Masses
Monday through Friday:
7:30 AM (St. Mary)