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ST. CASIMIR ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

 

 

 

1906                                  Celebrating 106 Years of Faith                                   2012

 

Mission Statement

The parishioners of St. Casimir Church,

 a Roman Catholic community founded by settlers of Polish heritage,

have been called to stand beside one another, as we freely and joyfully gather together for:

 prayer and worship, caring and fellowship, and the sharing of our time and talents through service to God and others.

 

 

In memory of Pope John Paul II

 

 

 

 

INFORMATION DIRECTORY

 

 

Mass and Reconciliation Schedule

St. Casimir Church and Immaculate Conception Church linked in August 1999.

Please note our combined schedule of Masses.

**Visit The Pastor’s Corner for holiday Mass schedule.**

 

Immaculate Conception Church

St. Casimir Church

Daily Masses:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

7:30 a.m.

Sunday Masses:

8:00 a.m. and

10:45 a.m.

Daily Masses:  Thursday and Friday

 7:30 a.m.

Saturday Vigil: 4:00 p.m.

Sunday Mass: 9:30 a.m.

Confessions:  Saturday 3:00 p.m. at St. Casimir Church

Baptisms:

Held on the First Sunday of

 February, April, June, August, October,

and December at 11:45 a.m.

- Baptismal Instructions required, please call the office. -

Marriage:           Please call Pastor 1 year ahead

 

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Contact Information

 

Church Location:

     19 Allen Street

     Terryville, CT 06786

Mailing Address:

     The Rectory

     21 Maple Street

     Terryville, CT 06786

Office Hours:  10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  (Monday – Friday)

Office Telephone:  (860) 583-4697

Fax:   (860) 584-8656

The Lyceum:  (860) 582-7990

E-mail:  immclte.cncptn.chrch@snet.net

 

Find us and other Catholic churches by visiting our website host at:

http://www.rc.net/

 

 

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Directions to St. Casimir Church

 

From Hartford:  Take I-84W to Exit 38 (Route 6 Bristol).  Stay on Route 6 for approximately 11 miles.  In Terryville take left onto Allen Street (MOBIL/PATCO Station) on left.  St. Casimir Church located 0.10 mile on left.  Parking lots located on left-hand side next to Rectory and behind Convent.  There is limited on street parking.

 

From New Britain/Middletown:  Take Route 72 West to Exit 33 (Plainville/Bristol).  Turn right onto Route 72 (East Main St., Forestville).  Continue on Route 72 another 2 miles to light at intersection of Route 229.  Take left and immediate right onto Memorial Boulevard.  Stay on Memorial Boulevard, which will again become Route 72.  Stay on Route 72 to intersection of Route 6.  Turn left onto Route 6.  At next light (MOBIL/PATCO Station on left), take left onto Allen Street. 

 

From Route 8 North: Take Exit 39.  End of exit ramp take a right onto Route 6.  Stay on Route 6 approximately 3 miles.  Allen Street will be on right-hand side.

 

From Route 8 South:  Take Exit 39.  At end of exit ramp take left onto Route 6.  Directions are same as from Route 8 North.

 

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Watch our Sunday bulletin for our next Family Mass Celebration

 

 

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Who Was St. Casimir?

St. Casimir was born October 3, 1458 the third of thirteen children born to King Casimir IV of Poland and Elizabeth of Austria.  Greatly devoted to the poor and had a deep love for The Virgin Mary, St. Casimir died on March 4, 1484 at the age of twenty-three years and five months old.  St. Casimir is buried in St. Stanislaus Cathedral in Vilnius, Lithuania and canonized by Pope Leo X.

 

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Just a Little Reminder

 

*      Always someone somewhere needs our prayers.  If you would like to join our Prayer Line, please call Dorine at 860-584-5303.  You can also call Dorine if you would like to request prayers for someone. 

 

*      Food Collection 4th weekend of every month to benefit the Plymouth Community FOOD PANTRY.  Please leave non-perishable food items in Cry Room.  It is your continued generosity and support that helps those in need.

 

*        Reminder to all organizations:  Event dates at THE LYCEUM should be booked well in advance of the event date.

 

*      Annual Polish Festival – Watch our Festival page for more information as we celebrate our 18th years in 2012.

 

 

Go in peace to love and serve the Lord

 

 

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Last revised:  February 28, 2012