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Confession Mondays

March 18 - March 19
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Monday, repeating until March 26, 2018

The Archdiocese of Hartford will once again sponsor its Lenten Confession Campaign. Like in previous years, MONDAY will be “confession day” in parishes throughout the Archdiocese. However, in parishes with multiple churches, it is up to the pastor to determine the church in which confessions will be heard. Visit ConfessionMondays.com to check for church locations and times near you. The website will also provide information on how to go to confession. The door of faith is always open. This Lenten season experience God’s love and mercy.  

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3:00 pm

Common Ground, Holy Ground: An Interfaith Dialogue

March 19 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 872 Farmington Ave
West Hartford, CT United States
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WHO: St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Beth David Synagogue, Farmington Valley American Muslim, and the Office of Catholic Social Justice OCSJM) of the Archdiocese of Hartford are joining to host an interfaith conversation entitled: “Common Ground, Holy Ground.” Rev. Edward Moran, Rabbi Yitzchok Adler, and Iman Omar Tawil will share insights into their beliefs, and answer questions facilitated by Patrick Laorden of the OCSJM. WHAT: The conversation will explore Judaism, Christianity, and Islam recognizing the moral, spiritual, and socio-cultural values found within them and how their commonalities can provide us with ways to foster peace and solidarity in our common pursuits to live compassionate lives. WHEN: Monday, March 19, 2018 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. WHERE: St. Thomas the Apostle Church in the Parish Center, lower level. 872 Farmington Ave. West Hartford, CT Handicapped accessibility is available from Farmington Ave. Elevator is located through the parking lot. For information call the Office of Catholic Social Justice Ministry (OCSJM) at: 860-242-5573, ext. 2686 or email Patrick.Laorden@aohct.org.

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