Sunday, January 25th

Conversion of St. Paul
school book fair
Masses: 8:30am & 10:00am
Monday, January 26th

Sts. Timothy & Titus
Mass • 9:00am - 9:30am
9th Grade • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Tuesday, January 27th

St. Angela Merici
Mass • 9:00am - 9:30am
RE catchup • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
SCC gathering • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
finance mtg • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Wednesday, January 28th

St. Thomas Aquinas, Angelic Doctor (1225-1274)
Mass • 9:00am - 9:30am
Mens' Club mtg • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Choir • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Thursday, January 29th

Men's ACTS mtg • 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Jr Lector rehearsal • 6:30pm - 7:00pm
HIS rehearsal • 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Parish Happenings


A Journal-style experience on Medjugorje, by Fr. Ron May

Please enjoy the attached document: A journal-style experience of Medjugorje, by Fr. Ron May.  His wish for you is that all could experience this wonderful journey; if not in person, maybe transported there by his words!

icon Trip to Medjugorje

town of southington special needs registry presentation

Tuesday January 27, 2015

Saint Dominic Community Learning Center

6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Presented By:

Southington Commission on Disabilities

Southington Police Department

Southington Fire Department

What Is The Special Needs Registry? A special needs registry is a database that contains information that will   assist emergency responders may need when responding to emergencies at the homes of individuals who have special needs.

What type of information would be in a special needs registry? The registry may have information     regarding physical or cognitive disabilities that individuals may have that would require emergency responders to have additional or special resources when responding to an emergency.

Is this the same as the 9-1-1 special needs information that the state collects? The Southington special needs registry will collect that information as well as provide it to Frontier for inclusion into the state 9-1-1 data base, but the Southington registry will collect additional information that will assist local emergency responders.

How is the special needs registry information gathered? The information is provided by individuals on a voluntary basis by completion of a two page form.

Where is the information kept? The information will be part of public safety answering point (9-1-1 center) data bases; it is kept in secure computers that are only accessed by public safety answering point personnel in the event of an emergency.

What measures are used to keep the information private? The public safety answering point is, by law, a restricted area with access limited to authorized personnel who have had background checks. No information at the public safety answering point can be accessed by hacking into the systems as it is not an internet based system.

Is there a charge for having information in the system? No the service is free of charge to all individuals.

How would someone make a change to the information provided? Change forms will be provided, additionally once a year a letter will be sent to those who have entered data into the system asking if the information is still current or needs to be updated.

What if I don’t have a land line? Use of the special needs registry does not require a phone line. Many people reporting an emergency might be using a cell phone or a third party may be making the call.

Confidentiality? Southington Commission on Disabilities will keep all information Confidential. All forms will be kept at the PSAP.


a gift to the church

Have you considered leaving a gift to your church in your will?

A gift in your will can have a huge impact on the life of your church. For many churches, regular giving is absorbed in ‘keeping the show on the road’ –paying the parish share, insuring and heating the building, repairing the roof and so on. A gift from your estate can help to ensure that the parish continues for generations to come.

Gifts in Wills are an important part of Christian giving. Many of us give regularly to the church each week or month from our income; why not from our estates too? It’s also a way to give thanks to God for the gifts of your life and lifetime.

When we genuinely see ourselves as God’s stewards, entrusted to use His gifts to us for the good of our families, the Church, the needy and in thanksgiving, we should also take Will-writing seriously – setting God’s affairs in order and stewarding them wisely to the end of our time on earth and beyond.


Mass Times

Weekend Mass
Saturday Vigil 5:00pm


Daily Mass
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am

See the bulletin for details


Confession Times

4:00-4:30 PM
or by appointment
Saint Dominic Parish

The Church of Saint Dominic  + 1050 Flanders Road Southington, CT 06489 + 860.628.0349  +