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Attention Religious Education Parents,
Religious Education online registration is now available. 

Click here to register

Fees for religious education offering are as follows:

  • 1 Child $80.00;

  • 2 Children $130.00;

  • 3 or more Children $155.00;

We pray you are keeping healthy and safe and enjoying this warmer weather.

The following is a list of guidelines and information as we prepare for our upcoming catechetical year together. Registration will begin on June 22, 2022 and run through July 13, 2022. Once classes are at full capacity the remaining option is home school. The number of classes available will be based on the number of Volunteers that will be teaching.

If you would be interested in being a part of our team as a catechist or helper, please contact the Religious Education office at (203) 234-9287 or [email protected] Please note that tuition is waived for Volunteer Teachers.

Please follow the prompts for Religious Education and Registration.

God Bless, Coordinators of Religious Education


HOW TO REPORT AN INCIDENT OF SEXUAL ABUSE

TO THE ARCHDIOCESE OF HARTFORD


If you have knowledge or suspect that a minor or vulnerable adult (an adult with an intellectual disability) has been sexually abused, in any manner, by personnel of the Archdiocese of Hartford, you are urged to report this information to:

Kathleen D. Nowosadko
Victim Assistance Coordinator
860-541-6475
[email protected]


In addition, you will be asked to follow up in writing with a detailed description of the facts involved in the incident. Specifics of this written report can be found in the Policies and Procedures of the Archdiocese of Hartford Relating to Allegations of Sexual Misconduct Involving Minors and Vulnerable Adults. This document is also available online at www.archdioceseofhartford.org. The Archdiocese of Hartford will report any and all incidents to the proper civil authorities.
Mandated reporters in the State of Connecticut are required by law to report any incident of sexual abuse involving a minor or vulnerable adult. We encourage any Non-Mandated persons to report such incidents to the proper authorities as well. We support your right to do so.
Incidents involving sexual abuse of minors (persons under the age of 18) should be reported to:
State Department of Children and Families Care-line
1-800-842-2288
Incidents involving sexual abuse of vulnerable adults aged 18 – 59 should be reported to the:
Connecticut Department of Developmental Services – AID Division
for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
1-844-878-8923
Incidents involving sexual abuse of vulnerable adults aged 60 and over should be reported to:
Department of Social Services for the Elderly
1-888-385-4225
Once a written report of an incident of sexual abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult has been received, an investigation will be undertaken by, or on behalf of, the Archdiocese of Hartford.

Welcome

Welcome to St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish Website

REV. MICHAEL SANTIAGO, PASTOR
DEACONS - STEVE BILODEAU, AND RONNIE BICKNEL
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish, is the Merger of the 3 Churches here in North Haven, Ct.
St. Frances Cabrini, St. Therese, and St. Barnabas.

MANY MANY THANKS TO ALL FOR AN EXTRMELY SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL!


This year first we would like to thank all the men, woman, boys and girls of the parish who helped Lenny, Fred, Don and Frank set up all the equipment, tables, chairs, and then helped take down and put away all of these items.
Our festival was also successful for the MANY SPONSORS, who without your generous support, Sharon, Marie, Lenny and Kathy could not accomplish this event and defray the expenses.
Thanks to ALL who donated water and soda and the wonderful baked goods for the festival. These made
the booths flourish immensely!
Thanks to Michele who handled the Volunteers that Marie signed up to help, and made sure all were Virtus trained per our Archdiocese of Hartford rules.

Mostly thanks to all the volunteers who manned the booths and who stood behind the grills, fryolators, hot oil pans and stoves to make the delicious fried dough, hamburgers, hotdogs, French fries chicken nuggets, grilled cheese, fried fish calamari, soft shell crabs and clam strips, Meatball subs, Sausage and peppers (those subs were overflowing) on big sub rolls that were donated by APICELLA’S BAKERY, THANK YOU!
To all the STUDENTS who helped to take tickets, serve soda and Italian ice whose energy was
unmatched! Youth is wonderful and our future, we thank you!
We had a new booth this year which was our Expresso booth thanks to Melanie. It was a nice touch. Also THANK YOU NELCON for the extra dumpster and tower lights that were such a big help in lighting our parking lot as well as our new freezer!
Thanks to all in our parish and community who came and enjoyed all we had to offer, we hope
all of you had fun! To put on an event of this magnitude it takes months of planning, gathering supplies and watching expenses & the income but mostly the help of our parishioners which we are ever grateful for. We hope to continue this parish-wide event and continue to have help from our many parishioners. Until next year please think of helping and joining in on all the fun and support of our parish.

Thank you to all!
Rev. Michael Santiago and the Festival Committee

We would like to announce
the St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Raffle Winners:

1st Prize-$500 Cash Prize -Kathy Taylor
2nd Prize-$300 Cash Prize - Lauren Provini
3rd Prize-$200 Cash Prize - Christian DeForno
4th Prize–$100 Cash Prize - William & Theresa Marino

Also Congratulations to all our basket winners! Thank you to Mary Ann & Nancy who ran the raffle tables.
We will have a final total of the profit made from the festival/carnival & raffle combined to be reported in a future bulletin. The support from all who donated makes a major fundraising event held by our parish most successful and is needed and greatly appreciated!
Thank you again, Father Michael Santiago
& The Festival Committee

We would like to also announce the winners of the Bocce tournament:

1st Place winners Alessandro Barecchia & Felice Fusco
And Many thanks to Mark Viveiros, DAN MAR Construction for
our brand new bocce court behind St. Therese Church, it looks amazing!

 

 
 
 

Parish Summer Camp

To learn more about this program and to pay online 
Please Click Here

Parish Festival Fundraiser

June 23, 24 and 25 Volunteers Needed! Sponsors Needed! 

LEARN MORE

Become a Sponsor

Recorded Mass

Mass Times

Masses Celebrated as Follows:
St. Barnabas - Saturday, 4:00 pm
St. Frances Cabrini - Sunday, 8 am
St. Barnabas - Sunday, 9:30 am
St. Therese - Sunday, 11:00 am

Daily Masses :
St Barnabas - Monday thru Thursday at 8:00 am
No Morning Mass on Friday
Holy Day Mass - As scheduled
.
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturday, 3:00 pm to 3:45 pm. And
during Lent Confessions will also be heard on Monday’s from 12pm-1pm and 4:30pm-5:30pm
at Saint Barnabas Church.

Recorded Mass
Every Sunday at 10 am and 4 pm on NHTV channel 18 or 1070 and on our website anytime!

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

On Line Giving

 

 

Annual Collection Click above, Learn More

Thank You!

Register for our Parish

Social Action

If you would like to become a member of Social Action please call either Deacon Ron Bicknell (203-239-7294) or Barbara Radigan ( 203-239-7839.)
We would be happy to answer any questions that you may have regarding
Social Action. Learn More

Learn how to Volunteer
Our Promise to Protect
Click Here

Staff


Publications


  • Sun, Jul 3rd

  • Sun, Jun 26th

Parish Envelopes

**Important Announcement**
~Parish Envelopes~

THE ENVELOPES ARE IN!!

The envelopes are here, one box for the entire year. Envelopes will be available at Saint Barnabas Church in front of the cry room. Please contact Marie or Sharon in the office at 203-239-5378 for any questions. We will have extra boxes on hand. Please let us know if you no longer wish to use your envelopes so we can note our system.  

Please let us know if you cannot find your box. 

Thank you all for your patience!

Archbishop’s Annual Appeal

Thanks to the generosity of donors to the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal our Church is able to provide much needed assistance to thousands of people each year. By uniting our efforts as an Archdiocesan family of faith we serve people in ways above and beyond what any one parish or organization could accomplish alone. We are truly Stronger Together, which is the theme of the Appeal for 2022. Read More.


DONATE NOW BELOW!

Thank you for considering a contribution to the 2022 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal. Your support will assist the Archdiocese of Hartford to continue its mission of service

To conveniently make a donation or pledge to the Appeal, you are invited to use the secure online form below using your credit (MC, Visa, Discover or American Express) or debit (MC, Visa) card.

Please note that our online form is completely secure and that the information you provide will not be distributed or sold to any other party for any reason. If you prefer not to use our secure online contribution form, please feel free to donate by mail.

THANK YOU to all who generously contributed to the 2021 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal
DONATE NOW


 

Religious Ed Info

Religious Education 

Registration for next year will be online only and will begin on June 15, 2022.

Cecilia and Ann Marie

 

 

Vision Statement

The Parish Community of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity

aspires to be a family of faith, united in the church's mission to make disciples

by proclaiming in word and action - the joy of the gospel, especially to those

most in need of God's love and mercy.

Events

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Woman's Club Ministry

Do you want to Have fun? Meet new friends, Have fun? Serve your community,
Have fun? Support your Parish, Have fun?
How can you do all this and more?
Join our St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Women’s Club. Membership dues is $10 per year

Click Here to Discover how you can Contribute to this Ministry

Blog Summary

A Lent Like No Other

My dear friends, in today’s Gospel we hear once again the story of Satan ... Read More »

Homily on The Beatitudes

“Your Kingdom come, Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven…” ... Read More »

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C: February 6, 2022

Among the many graces that can be derived from Sacred Scripture, is the fact ... Read More »

Parish Communication

Please do not leave your car parked at the St. Frances Cabrini Church Parking lot after 8 AM Mass. The gate is locked immediately after the Mass. Thank you!

Special Communion Distrabution:  
On Mondays, we will continue to be at the parking lot door of Saint Barnabas from 2:00pm - 2:30pm distributing Holy Communion to anyone who is unable to attend Mass due to compromised heath issues because of Covid 19. Please note Communion will be given at the Sacristy door. And there is no need to make an appointment.

Mass Bookings:  Bookings can be done in person or over the phone. Please call 203-239-5378 during regular office hours (9:30am to 3pm, Mon. - Fri.) Absolutely no requests can be made by email.

Bulletin Submissions: Please email the info by Tuesdays at 11:00am to: [email protected]

Religious Education Information:

Information regarding registration for religious education is available here  Please feel free to contact the religious education office at 203-234-9287 or [email protected] with any questions or concerns.  Learn More

Parish Envelopes: The envelopes have been ordered since August and are on back order. The Envelope Company has been having staffing problems besides a paper shortage. As soon as we have more information, we will keep you updated and informed. Please donate by either our online tab or please make sure your name and address is listed on a plain envelope when making a donation.

The envelopes will be in one box for the entire year. Envelopes will be available at Saint Barnabas Church. Please contact Marie or Sharon in the office at 203-239-5378 for any questions. We will have extra boxes on hand. Please let us know if you no longer wish to use your envelopes so we can note our system.  

Once envelopes are in please let us know if you cannot find your box. 

Thank you all for your patience!

Poor Box: Special envelopes are available marked “Poor Box.” If you wish to make a contribution to the poor, please put these envelopes in the collection
basket.

FOR IRS CHARITABLE DONATIONS:
To all Parishioners for IRS charitable donations: If you are a registered parishioner and use the envelopes, we can provide you with documentation of your contributions to the parish for tax purposes
Call the Parish office during business hours 9AM –3PM at 203-239-5378 or fill out the form. The form for 2021 can be downloaded HERE
Thank You!

SPONSOR CERTIFICATES: You must be a registered, active member of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish in order to obtain a sponsor certificate. Please call the parish office at least three weeks before the Baptism or celebration of Confirmation.
Thank you.

To Submit Information For Our Website: Please email Webmaster
note: Father Santiago must approve all submissions.

Thank you for your cooperation, Marie and Sharon 

St Therese Nursery School

Religious Education Update

Information regarding registration for religious education for the 2021-2022 is available here  Please feel free to contact the religious education office at 203-234-9287 or [email protected] with any questions or concerns. 

Dear Graduating Senior:
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation from high school. St. Elizabeth of the Trinity offers The Reverend Michael Santiago and Father Vincent E. Lyddy scholarships to graduating seniors that are parishioners of the parish.
Please see in weeks to come how to register and apply. More information will be posted soon.

 

View and Download Our 2021-2022 Religious Education Calendar Here