St. Justin-St. Michael Parish
 
W E L C O M E

MASS TIMES:
Daily Mass:

Monday - Thursday     

8:00 AM - St. Justin-St. Michael

(Parish Center Chapel)

Sundays:

ALL MASSES HELD AT ST. JUSTIN - ST. MICHAEL

230 Blue Hills Avenue

FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH

Only one Mass:

10:00 (Multicultural Mass)

ALL OTHER SUNDAYS:

8:00AM (Traditional)

9:30AM (Spanish) Main Church

11:00AM (Gospel/Caribbean Choir)

4:00PM (Creole) - Parish Center

Holy Days:

8:00 AM - St. Justin-St. Michael

(Parish Center)
7:00 PM - St. Justin-St. Michael Church

WEEKLY EUCHARISTIC ADORATION FOR HEALING & HOPE

St. Justin Parish-St Michael Center Chapel

Wednesdays 6:30 PM

FIRST FRIDAY MASS OF HEALING AND ADORATION TO THE SACRED HEART

"Come to Me, all you who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28

Come to our First Friday Mass of Healing and Adoration.  All are invited to receive the healing power of God and experience the power of the Holy Spirit at work to transform and heal.  All Masses are celebrated in the Parish Center Chapel of St. Justin-St. Michael.  Mass begins 6:30 PM on: 

February 1

 

ARE YOU SICK AND IN NEED OF A PRIEST?

If you would like Fr. Kingsley to visit you or your loved one in the hospital, at home or hospice, please call 860 268-9370.

ARE YOU A MEMBER OF OUR PARISH FAMILIES?

Click below to register:

English

Spanish

Haitian

 

JOIN US ON FACEBOOK

DOWNLOAD OUR NEW PARISH APP

Our new Saint Justin-Saint Michael app is now available to download for iPhone and Android smart phones.  Stay connected with our parish throughout the week with instant notifications and easy-to-access event calendar and the ability to quickly reply to or share messages via FaceBook or Twitter.  Enjoy a bunch of additional features like prayer, daily reading, helpful reminders to silence your phone before Mass or Confession and much more.

 

 

Welcome to St. Justin -
St. Michael Parish

 

OUR MISSION

We are called to be the Presence of God in our Community by Serving the poor, Welcoming the immigrants and Evangelizing our Brothers and Sisters in Christ.

OUR VISION

  • To seek multicultural spiritual vitality
  • To seek accountability, social and fiscal responsibility in order to accomplish our mission
  • To embrace a missionary options for the transformation of our church customs, ways of doing things, language and structures to meet the challenges of today's evangelization. 

FATHER'S CORNER

Isaiah’s prophesy foretold the coming of the Messiah.  The anointed one upon whom the spirit of God would rest. He will be a sign of justice to the nations, a sign of a new covenant between God and His people and a light for all nations.  That prophesy has it’s fulfillment in Jesus.  At His baptism in the river Jordan, Jesus’s ministry was validated by the father .And this baptism became, as it were, an empowerment and the definitive launching of His ministry that, for over two thousand years, has continued to spread. Jesus had such faith in the transforming power of this sacrament that it became His mandate to His disciples before He would ascend to the father. Jesus’ baptism reminds me of my baptism and your baptism. It is the greatest empowerment that we have received as Christians.  What have we done with it?  Through the sacrament of baptism, we had each become a repository of an enormous power or grace.  Let us not forget as Saint Paul reminded us in the reading of last week that we are given this grace as stewards. Elsewhere Paul reminds us not to allow for this grace to be in vain; just like the parable of the talents. And so we pray: Dear God enable us to put into proper use the gift of your grace received at baptism and renewed each day through the sacraments. Grant that each one of us may bear fruits onto eternal life, Amen

PRAY FOR OUR MARYCARE MISSION
TO NIGERIA


Marycare’s singular mission is to break the vicious cycle of poverty in communities marginalized and isolated because of their ethnic and social economic status. Marycare Medical Clinic is one of the programs we sponsor to carry out our mission. On January 12, 2016 the official opening of Marycare Health Centre took place. The health center is now providing healthcare to some 10,000 residents of the town of Ejemekwuru and its surrounding neighbors. It has 4 rooms, one ward and an open reception area. The people of Ejemekwuru and their surrounding neighbors will forever remain grateful to all our donors who made this possible. May God reward you abundantly.

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MARYCARE FUNDRIASER

 

INTERESTED IN BECOMING
A CATHOLIC?

We have a rich heritage of welcoming people in faith.  If you or someone you know has questions about the Catholic Church or would like to inquire about the process of becoming a Catholic, please call us at: 860-246-6897.

 

Safe Environment

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

Religious Education Class will end Classes will resume on Saturday, January 12, 2019.

 

CLICK TO SEE OUR TEEN MINISTRY ACTIVIES

Teen Ministry Night

Upper Room

Parish Center

January 14, 28

February 4, 11, 18, 25

March 4, 11, 18, 25

April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

May 6, 13, 20

Grades 6-12 meet 5:00-7;00 p.m. in the Upper Room. Please contact Amanda: 914 356-5244, or

E-mail:

Sjsm.teen.ministry @gmail.com

COME JOIN US!

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18

6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Upper Room - Parish Center

Grades 6-12

FOLLOW TEEN MINISTY ON INSTAGRAM!

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The Neocatechumenal Way is a group which emerged after an eleven week program at St. Justin-St. Michael Parish. The Neocateuchmenal Team will gather for a Mass every 2nd every Saturday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in Jubilee Hall.  The team will also celebrate the Word: Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. & Friday's at 5:00p.m.

 

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY

COME  - LEARN - SHARE

Pray Shawls are a reminder of God's healing mercy.  The ministry is open to all ages and skill levels for knitting and crocheting.  Our more experienced craftiers will assist and mentor beginners.  Please join us every third Friday of the month in the Parish Center from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

MALTA FOOD PANTRY

at St. Justin-St Michael

open to the Community

Saturday Mornings

9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Parish Center 

lower level

Entrance from parking lot behind Jumoke Academy.        

FIRST SUNDAY

FOOD COLLECTIONS

St. Justin-St. Michael Food Pantries need help to re-supply their shelves with donations of cereal, peanut butter, jelly, pasta (all types) and spaghetti sauce. During the Mass there will be a special blessing of all the food. Please be generous and remember to check the expiration dates on the items. We cannot accept expired food donations.

St. Justin-St. Michael Parish  230 Blue Hills Avenue  Hartford, CT 06112
860-246-6897 or 860-522-6184

Youth Events

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