Welcome to our Parish website!

If you are attending Mass in person, please follow the Guidelines:

  • Face masks must be worn at all times.
  • To attend you must register by 2 pm the day prior to the Mass you want to attend.
  • Weekend and Monday Mass must be registered by Friday at 2 pm.
  • To register email mainoffice@ourladyqueenofangels.net  or call  the main office, 203-235-6381.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available as you enter and exit the church.
  • No singing or music during the Mass.
  • Communion will be distributed in hand only.

Covid-19 Updates:

    • Please stay keep checking back for updates. Stay safe everyone and may God continue to bless everyone.
    • Father Sievel will be celebrating Mass via Live stream on the Parish Facebook page on Sunday at 8:45 am. The video will be on this website page at 10am and can be viewed anytime.
    • Lectio Divina is currently meeting on ZOOM. Contact the parish office for details.
    • Please know that you can continue your weekly offertory by mail, office door slot, through the Offertory boxes at the entrances to all churches or through our online parish giving.
    • Faith Formation is ONLINE this year! Go to the Faith Formation Home Page for more information.
    •  CCC Statement Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines: CCC Statement Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines

Message from Father Sievel:

The Church begins the celebration of the Easter Mystery on the evening of April 3 at the Easter Vigil during the night. There we remember our salvation history: the story of Creation and the redemption through the Red Sea, the prophetic word of Isaiah, Paul’s Letter to the Romans and the Easter Gospel from St. Mark. On Easter Day we celebrate the afterglow of the Easter Vigil and walk with Christ risen from the dead. Then follows the Great Fifty Days of Easter ending on Pentecost Sunday, May 23.

This is also Year Two of Covid. While vaccines are increasing by no means are we free of this virus. We can best help each other by the common sense provisions of mask wearing and physical distancing.

I believe that this most difficult 13 months has taught us that God can be found even in these difficult times. Christ’s Risen Presence can be found in the most troublesome times. Perhaps one of the manifestations of that Presence can be found in our care for each other.

To all of you, Easter greetings of peace!

Forward in Faith,
Father Tom Sievel, Pastor

Read Pope Francis words regarding the coronavirus vaccine



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