SAINT BRIDGET CHURCH
EST. 1869
80 MAIN STREET
SAINT JAMES CHURCH
EST. 1874
896 MAIN STREET
ASSUMPTION CHURCH
EST. 1955
27 ADAMS STREET S
SAINT BARTHOLOMEW CHURCH
EST. 1962
736 MIDDLE TURNPIKE E

MASS SCHEDULE

SAINT BRIDGET CHURCH

DAILY MASS 
MONDAY - FRIDAY - 5PM



WEEKEND MASS
SATURDAY - 4:30PM,
SUNDAY - 8:30AM
HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION 
12:05PM

SAINT JAMES CHURCH

DAILY MASS
MONDAY - FRIDAY - 8AM
1st Saturday of the Month
 - 8AM

WEEKEND MASS
SATURDAY - 4:00PM,
SUNDAY - 7:30AM, 11AM
HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION
8:00AM

SAINT BARTHOLOMEW  CHURCH






WEEKEND MASS 
SUNDAY - 10:00AM, 5PM

HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION
7PM

ASSUMPTION CHURCH






WEEKEND MASS
SATURDAY - 5PM



CONFESSIONS

7:30 - 8 AM,
Monday - Saturday
@ St. James Church
4:30 - 5 PM,
Monday - Friday
@ St. Bridget Church

2 - 3:30 PM, Saturday @ St. James Church

CURRENT HOMILY SERIES

THE WALK

The Church offers us forty days to prepare for the passion and death of Jesus which is followed by his glorious resurrection from the dead at Easter!  These days of preparation are the season of Lent, traditionally a time of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.  The scripture readings for Lent, as well as our traditional Lenten practices, provide us with an opportunity to unclutter our lives while we focus on the saving event of Jesus’ death and resurrection.  The theme for our Lenten homily series is “Walking with Jesus to Jerusalem.”  “Walking with” is more than just following; “walking with” involves a commitment.  During this Lenten season we promise to accompany Jesus, and our sisters and brothers, on this journey to the resurrection.  We commit to not only “giving up” certain habits, but also to supporting one another through positive actions with all that we do as we give glory to God through our lives.

MARY ALICE NADASKAY

HEAD OF SCHOOLS
860 812 7111 x111

CONSORTIUM OF ELEMENTARY CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
Manchester, CT

Saint James and Saint Bridget, our Catholic elementary schools, are the largest ministry of Saint Teresa of Calcutta Parish.  We are blessed to educate 600 children through the best educational practices, which includes faith formation and service projects. We are committed to finding ways to secure the future of Catholic education in Manchester. Our Head of Schools, Mary Alice Nadaskay (email or call 860 812 7111) , welcomes all to reach out to her and learn about the gift of a Catholic education.

JUDY NEVINS

ASSISTANT TO HEAD OF SCHOOLS
860 812 7111 x154

BRIDGET ZORGER

PRINCIPAL
ST. JAMES SCHOOL

JOAN R. GORDON

PRINCIPAL
ST. BRIDGET SCHOOL

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