Mass from Saint James Church will be broadcast Sundays

 on the YouTube channel. 

Please click on the  link below anytime on Sunday to be connected to this week’s Mass.  (To view this video in HD, click on settings,  which looks like a gear, and select 1080P under quality tab.)

https://youtu.be/qIYsDZWCKGk

Due to the coronavirus, rectory staff is working remotely from home.  If you have a question or need assistance, please email secretary@stjamesmanchester.org.  Emails and phone messages are checked regularly.

Updated Sacramental Information for the Archdiocese of Hartford 4.15.2020

The Archbishop has extended the cancellation of the public celebration of daily and weekend Masses and hearing of confessions until further notice. 

St. James Church will continue to  be open for individual prayer from 9 a.m to 4 p.m.

All other parish activities have been suspended until further notice.  Parishioners are encouraged to keep Holy the Lord’s Day by watching Saint James Sunday Mass on YouTube, televised Mass on ORTV and by praying at home.

The television Mass is broadcast seven days a week at 10:00 AM on WCCT-TV (W820) and WCTX-TV (MyTV9). It can also be seen Saturday and Sunday at 5:00 AM on WCCT-TV. The Mass can also be found streaming live at these times on http://www.ortv.org/streaming/streaming.htm.

 

Confession and Adoration Update

No confessions will be heard until further notice.

Adoration will take place on Fridays  from 9:00am – 4:00pm  at St. James Church (please spread out in the pews)

Adoration will take place on Mondays from 2:00pm – 7:00pm at Assumption Church (please spread out in the pews)

Anyone who is ill or showing symptoms of illness in any way is obliged NOT to attend.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Following Christ (currently suspended)

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As of 3/17/20 all events are suspended until further notice with the exception of Confession and Adoration.

Full Calendar

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2:00 pm Adoration @ Church of the Assumption
Adoration @ Church of the Assumption
Jun 8 @ 2:00 pm – 7:45 pm
Please try to set aside at least one hour weekly to spend with the Lord in prayer for the special intentions requested by the archbishop: an increase in priestly vocations, the success of the archdiocesan[...]

Rev. Kevin Cavanaugh, Pastor of St. James Parish, reflects on his ongoing service to our country in a video produced by the Archdiocese of Hartford:

Thank you to everyone who has supported our two year Annual Appeal!  If you would like to watch the video, you can view it here: