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St. Catherine of Siena is the
Patron Saint of Italy and a
Doctor of the Church.
She was born Catherine
Benincasa in Siena in 1347. At
an early age, she joined the
Third Order of Saint Dominic in
which she gained a reputation
for great sanctity. Recognizing
her holiness and wisdom, many
followed her leadership in her
devotion to the poor. She
labored incessantly and with
fiery zeal for the unity of the
Church and was a devoted
champion of the Papacy.
She died in Rome in 1380 after
a remarkable life, leaving a
outstanding spiritual treatises.
Saint Catherine was canonized
Her Feast occurs on April 29.
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St. Catherine of Siena Support Circle
“How Job Seekers Can Leverage LinkedIn During a Job Search”
Cathie Miller & Susan Catalano, Presenters
Thursday, October 9, 2014
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Room 209, O’Connor Center
"The Thirsting" Concert - Sunday, October 5
The Thirsting is a Catholic rock band whose mission is to inspire you to love and
follow Jesus Christ. They are known for high energy shows with a powerful Catholic
Click here for two special events here at St. Catherine of Siena!
2014-15 Concert Series
Father Robert Kennedy, S. J., a licensed psychoanalyst, will be available for individuals
or couples every Thursday afternoon and evening at St. Catherine's rectory. Please
call for an appointment: 201-432-7388 or 203-637-3661.
Children's Liturgy of the Word
We need parents to help with Children's Liturgy of the Word for the Pre-K and
Kindergarten age children at the 9:00 a.m. Mass. It is only a 20 minute commitment
at the beginning of Mass. This age group goes to room A to hear the readings
geared to their age level.
If you can help, contact Pam Corriveau at Pamela@kcorriveau.com
The new 2014-15 Concert Series
schedule has been announced.
Please click here for detailed
information and dates.
St. Catherine’s Social Justice Committee supports the work of Greenwich World
Hunger Association and invites you to join us on Thursday, October 16 as we
celebrate World Food Day and draw attention to the GWHA projects currently
underway in developing countries. The Harvest Party will be held at the Tomes-
Higgins House, 216 East Putnam Ave., just east of Christ Church on the same
campus, from 6 - 8pm. Come to hear representatives from the field describe their life-
altering projects in developing countries and enjoy some wine and cheese and some
inspiring conversation. RSVP: Sally Kao Jackson Sallykao.email@example.com or (203)
918-5282. For more info visit www.GreenwichWorldHunger.org.
Learn more about our Social Justice Committee here.
Social Justice Committee - World Food Day