Saint Raymond of Penafort

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Welcome to St. Raymond of Penafort Catholic Church

No matter what your present status in the Catholic Church; no matter what your current family and marital situation; no matter what your personal history, age, race, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental condition; no matter what your own self-image; you are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected here at Saint Raymond of Penafort.

St. Raymond of Penafort



All registered parishioners are invited to take part in a “Listening Session” to provide input for the Archdiocesan Synod which will take place in 2020 to plan for the future activities of the Archdiocese. The session for St. Raymond’s parish will take place on Sunday evening, July 15th at 6:00 PM in St. Patrick’s Church. You are being asked by the Archbishop to respond to three questions:

What is the Archdiocese doing well?

What is the Archdiocese doing not so well?

What is the Archdiocese not doing that it should be doing?

If you are able to attend, please call the office at 860-745-2411 to sign-up.

While the Archbishop will not be attending this meeting, your comments will be submitted to him.


HomeFront 2018


St. Patrick’s Enfield HomeFront Team would like to extend a hearty thank you to the parishioners of St. Raymond’s for their continued generous support of our team. Back in March of this year, via a second collection at all masses, you donated over $1600 to our team. Your contribution helped us to complete 3 projects in Enfield this year on May 5th in addition to a fourth project aiding an Enfield native military veteran who resides in Vernon. Across all four projects, dozens of windows were replaced, exterior and storm doors installed, exterior walls repaired, interior painting completed, flooring and countertops replaced, entryways were made safe with new stairs and a ramp as well as small electrical and plumbing tasks were all accomplished to make these homes in our community “warm, safe and dry” for the families living in them. Thank you also to those volunteers from the parish who donated their time and talent to do this work. We could not do this without your support – thank you for helping us to help those in need!


Photo Albums

  • Volunteers
  • Team Captain and Homeowner
  • Volunteers
  • Till Street Captains
  • Phil Shea - volunteer
  • Hastings Group Volunteers
  • Hastings Team Captain
  • New handicap ramp installed

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil 4:30 PM at St. Patrick
Sunday 8:00 AM at St. Adalbert
Sunday 9:30 AM at St. Adalbert
Sunday 10:45 AM at St. Patrick

Monday - 8:00 AM at St. Patrick
Tuesday - 8:00 AM at St. Patrick
Wednesday - 8:00 AM at St. Adalbert
Thursday - 8:00 AM at St. Adalbert
No Friday or Saturday Mass

Spanish Mass (St. Patrick)
Monday 6:00 PM

Saturday 3:30-4:00 PM at St. Patrick

Baptisms and Marriages
Please call the rectory at 860-745-2411 to arrange

Everyday Stewardship

Using Your Spiritual Gifts for God’s Glory

If a sower sows seeds only on rocky or weed-infested soil, nothing of great value will grow. But if that same sower plants his seeds in rich soil, then the harvest will one day be great.

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Moving As One

I have coached all three of my children in soccer. One goal was to help build an awareness of where your teammates were on the pitch, much like the goal of disciples and stewards.

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The Greatest Gift

What more can one say or do to demonstrate love for another when all they have has been given to another? This is the ultimate in love. This is the love Jesus had for us daily, in every church.

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Office Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM




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