Dear Friends,

I hope you’ll feel very much at home at St. Catherine’s. We are very glad you are here!

The  Parish of St Catherine of Siena is a warm and welcoming community of  faith for everyone – both for our longtime parishioners, as well as our  visitors and newcomers.  We invite everyone into a living and saving  friendship with the Lord Jesus Christ, in the communion of His One,  Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.

We warmly welcome anyone  who is new to our area, anyone who is searching for the truth, or anyone  who is looking for a spiritual home. We are joyfully and faithfully  Roman Catholic in belief and practice - a community of faith, worship,  service, and formation.

The Parish Office would be happy to help  you with registration information, or to answer any questions.  Give us a  call (203-377-3133) or just stop by.  Our office hours, and a listing  of our parish staff can be found in the helpful links below. Also, feel  free to contact me personally, either at the Parish Office, or stop me  after Mass to say hello.

And, once again, welcome!

God bless you!
Father Marcello

To become a parishioner, please visit the Parish Office and complete the New Parishioner Registratio

The basic obligations, which are the privilege of all the baptized, are:

To  be a registered member of the Parish of Saint Catherine of Siena is to  commit oneself joyfully to worshiping and serving Our Lord according to  the precepts of the Church.  

  • Attending Holy Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation.
  • Receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) on a regular basis.
  • Supporting  the parish by responsible stewardship, by tithing according to one's  means. (The preferable and most convenient means are the online giving  system or the weekly envelopes.)
  • Some form of daily prayer for the Pope, the clergy and the works of the diocese and the parish.
  • Participation in activities of the diocese and the parish as time and talent permit.
  • Keeping well-informed of church news and doing some form of spiritual reading.

The works of mercy (ways to help souls), which date to apostolic times, are:


Admonish sinners
Instruct the ignorant
Counsel the doubtful
Comfort the sorrowful
Bear wrongs patiently
Forgive injuries
Pray for the living and the dead


Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Clothe the naked
Shelter the homeless
Visit the sick
Visit those in prison
Bury the dead