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We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people. Without you, Holy Name is just a building; but with you and your family, we are Holy Name of Jesus Church.

You can reach us at 203-375-5815 or Email us.

Have you visted us on Facebook? Or checked out the Diocesan site? Both have pictures from our first annual Food Festival, and now we have a gallery from our Saint Patrick's Day Dinner too!

              Please consider viewing these videos on the Annual Appeal:
                 Video Links (English)

                 Video Links (Spanish)

                 Fund Allocation Page
 

       We have a new Parochial Administrator!
 

       My name is Father Mariusz M. Olbrys. On February 1, 2018, I met with Bishop Frank J. 
      Caggiano and Monsignor Thomas W. Powers, Vicar General and was appointed an    
      administrator of Holy Name of Jesus Parish to help oversee the parish during Father Marus’
      illness.

      During this time, I would like to tell you a little bit about myself. I was born in Toruń,       
      Poland, a town famous for Nicholas Copernicus, astronomer. When I was 3 years old, my
     family moved to Ostrołęka. I graduated from High School in my hometown in 1997. A year
      later I came to the United States to join my Mom who came here a few years before. I
      entered St. John Fisher Seminary program in January 1999 and in the Fall I began my
      studies at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. I graduated in 2003 with a B.A. in
      Philosophy. Afterwards, I was sent by Bishop William E. Lori to study at the Theological College of the Catholic University of America, in Washington, D.C. After completing my studies with a S.T.B. in Theology, I was ordained to the priesthood on May 19, 2007. My first assignment was St. Mary Parish in Ridgefield, CT. In 2011, I was assigned to St. Mary and St. Benedict – Our Lady of Montserrat Parishes in Stamford as well as a part-time chaplain at the St. Camillus, Care and Rehabilitation Center next to St. Mary Parish. Later I was assigned to Holy Name of Jesus in Stamford to work with the Polish population. In 2013, I was sent to St. Stephen in Trumbull, and also served as a part-time chaplain at St. Joseph Manor. In September of 2015, I was assigned to serve at St. Joseph in Shelton.

My favorite things to do are reading and studying foreign languages. Likewise, I am skilled in computers. I am attuned to people’s feelings, I love spending time with people, especially the elderly,  and listening to their stories from the past. I trust that I will be an asset to your parish and I cannot wait to meet everyone. May God always bless and keep you.

                                                                         Yours in Christ,

                                                               Father Mariusz M. Olbrys

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Saturday Vigil:
4:30 PM
Sunday:
7:30, 9:00, 11:00 AM

Daily Mass: 
Monday - Friday 7:30 AM Saturday 8:00 AM

Marian Devotions: Every Monday following daily Mass 

Sacrament of Reconciliation: 
Saturday 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM and weekdays by request.

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