Parish Info Header

Help for Haiti

 


  1. About St. Bridget Church
  2. Parish Membership
  3. Communications Committee
  4. In loving memory of Bev
  5. St. Bridget Church History Project
  6. What Rome has to say about the Internet
  7. Additional Religious Web Sites
  8. St. Bridget Parish Council:

About St. Bridget Church: Saint Bridget Church in Cornwall and Saint Bernard in Sharon are linked parishes. They function independently but share the same priest and deacon. Each parish has its own Trustees, Finance Council, Religious Education program and various committees. The office is located at 52 New Street (Rt. 361) in Sharon. The secretary’s hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


 
Parish Membership:
Through baptism we become God’s children and brothers and sisters of one another with Christ. Through registration we become members of the St. Bridget and St. Bernard parish families of faith. We always welcome new members and hope that you will find our parish family a place where your faith will be nourished. We ask that you fill out a registration form located in the entrance way of the churches or at St. Bernard Rectory. (return to the top)
 


St. Bridget Communications Committee:
Mel Harmon is head of St. Bridget Church Communications Committee and can be reached at (860) 491-0306, or melharmon@sbcglobal.net.
(return to the top)

St. Bridget Church History Project: A History of St. Bridget Church (publised in 1983 for St. Bridget Church Centennial)

The St. Bridget History Project (SBHP)
- Do you have photographs, news clippings, other documents of interest that we could copy?
- Will you share your memories of the parish?
- Can you learn how to interview a few parishioners? (No prior experience needed)
- Could you help make phone calls, organize materials, make lists?
- Do you have any other ideas to help us preserve our collective memories of St. Bridget Church?

Please contact Pat Conroy at St. Bridget Church to offer help, information or ideas.

 

What Rome has to say about the Internet (taken from the Spring 2003 issue of Church):Is it any wonder then that Pope John Paul II has recently said we should "dare to cast out into the deep of the Internet." Catholics should not be afraid to throw open the doors of social communications to Christ, so that his Good News may be heard from the housetops of the world! That indeed is the message of three recent documents from Rome:

Message from the Holy Father for World Communications Day

The Church and the Internet

Ethics and the Internet

 

The below list is just being compiled, so please feel free to email me the addresses of any web sites you'd like added to this list.

Additional Religious Web Sites:

The Vatican

The Upper Room

Christ the King Directory

Infant of Prague Nine Day Novena

The Holy Family Parish in Arcadia, Wisconsin

Pray as you go (daily prayer for your MP3 player)

Prayers to St. Gerard Majella, Patron of Awaiting Mothers

 

 

 

Return to the top of this page

Weekly Bulletin Page Home Page Calendar Page Contact Us Page

 

© St. Bridget Church