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Mass of Remembrance

The 2nd of November is the Memorial of The Commemoration of the Faithful Departed, the day the Church sets aside to recall all her sons and daughters who have died. It is also the day that St catherine’s remembers in a special way her parishioners who have been passed away throughout the year. During the 9:00 AM Mass their names were solemnly proclaimed and a candle was lit in their honor. We were also very fortunate to have many of our friends and family members choose to join us for a light reception of coffee and danish in the West Wing after the conclusion of this faith-filled Mass of Remembrance.
With a promise of prayers, and a special place in our hearts, we commend to your thoughts the souls of:
Josephine Banas
Edmund Bartish
Albertina Bertassi
Bruno Bertini
Hildegard Billie
David Bogacz
Phyllis Bolduc
Eileen Burzdak
Barbara Carpino
Daniel Cosenzi
Gregory Croteau
Mary DeRiso
Joseph Discawicz
Jon Goff
Salvatore Juliano
Vivian Kane
Jeanne Keeley
Virginia Keating
Henry (Jack) Mailhot
Mary Jo McManus
James McNally
Deborah Mitus
James Moriarty
Robert Mucha, Sr.
Robert Nyman
David O’Donnell
Allen Pattell
Yvette Petrin
Antoinette Rodak
Nora Rooke
Eileen Roy
Gregario Santiago, Jr.
Thomas Sarnacki
Agnes Siwinski
Jeffrey Smith
Boleslaw (Bill) Strzempek
Laura Wood
O God, who willed that your Only Begotten Son,
having conquered death,
should pass over into the realm of heaven,
grant, we pray, to your departed servants
that, with the mortality of this life overcome,
they may gaze eternally on you,
their Creator and Redeemer.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.
– Amen.
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