Archbishop Blair's Easter Letter, Fr. Moran's Special Message, Masses Cancelled Until Apr 30 -LEARN MORE

Palm Sunday

Blessed palms will be available on tables outside the entrances to Incarnation Church on Saturday, April 4 from 10am-4pm and Sunday, April 5 from 10am-4pm. Carefully take palms, and as we continue to practice social distancing we kindly ask you to return home knowing that we can unite ourselves with our healing Lord through our prayers for our world and for one another.

Learn more & Read Archbishop Blair's Easter Letter

Masses Cancelled until Apr 30, 2020 or until further notice

"The Archdiocese of Hartford has cancelled all weekend and weekday Masses, effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020 in the churches of the Archdiocese (the counties of Hartford, Litchfield and New Haven) through April 30, 2020 or until further notice. Priests will celebrate a daily Mass alone with NO congregation, remembering in prayer all who are affected by the pandemic. Further direction and updates from the Archdiocese will be provided in a timely manner." - The Archdiocese of Hartford

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From the Desk of Father Moran


Dear Parishioners,

As we approach Holy Week, the most sacred time of the year, we are saddened by the suffering and the hardships experienced by so many and all of us to a greater or lesser degree. In the midst of this crisis, we also regret that we will be unable to celebrate the Paschal Mystery as a faith community during Holy Week and Easter Sunday.

It is important to remember as we face the present challenges that Good Friday was followed by Easter Sunday and the darkness and the sadness of the death of Jesus gave way to the joy and the promise of His resurrection. When our faith is tested and it certainly is for many at this time, it is vital to remember that before His Ascension into Heaven, Jesus promised to be with His Church until the end of time.

He has always fulfilled this promise and will continue to do so. When it is hard to affirm our faith, I am always reminded of the prayer of the royal official who asked Jesus to cure his servant. Jesus encouraged him to have faith and he said,” Lord, I believe, help me in my unbelief.” Might we all ask as well that the Lord strengthen our faith especially the part that hesitates or is unable to trust as much as we like.

As we pray for ourselves, we also pray for all. That our faith as a community will sustain us and enable us to persevere now and ultimately to the promise of eternal life.

As always, let us pray with confidence for one another.

God Bless You,
Father James Moran, Pastor

SPECIAL UPDATE: Read Archbishop Blair's Easter Letter

How to Watch Mass Online / TV or Listen to Prayer on the Radio

How to Watch Mass Online

Attention All Parishioners

It is important to know that the obligation to attend Mass in person has been removed by the Archdiocese of Hartford.


Here are some ways for you to watch Mass:

ONLINE TV
  • WCCT-TV (CW20) - 10:00am
  • WCTX-TV (MyTV9) - 10:00am
  • EWTN - 8:00am, 12:00pm, 7:00pm

Listen to prayer on the radio

  • The Angelus on WJWJ Catholic Radio (88.9 FM, HD-1, HD-2 and HD-3 - Hartford) - 6:00am, 12:00pm, 6:00pm

Prayer Corner

A Blessing for Our Parish

Almighty and ever-living God, you have blessed our parish with inspiring liturgy, strong leadership, and faith-filled activities. Continue to nourish us with these blessings as we look to our future life and growth. Grant to Fr. Moran and all our parish leadership the wisdom to continue to make this community strong in faith and vibrant in its works. Let us pray that new members would enrich our parish, that young men and women would hear the Lord’s call to serve and that all members would be strengthened in holiness and Christian living.

May our families be joined in greater love and unity; may youth find inspiration in models of faith; may single members find solidarity with one another; and may the wisdom and grace of our aged members guide us in faith. Heavenly Father, as we look to the years ahead, may we continue to be uplifted by our parish liturgies, enriched by our parish activities and supported by our parish members in our need. May our members be generous in the time, treasure and talent they continue to offer for the building up of our parish. Sustain our parish community for many years to come and help us to appreciate the firm foundation upon which it is built.