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Precious Blood Parish


Saint Agnes Church & Saint Mary Church

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Precious Blood Parish


Saint Agnes Church & Saint Mary Church

Our Locations

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Saint Agnes Church


400 Merwin Avenue, Milford, CT 06460

Saint Agnes Church


400 Merwin Avenue, Milford, CT 06460

SAINT AGNES CHURCH MASS SCHEDULE

Sunday
7:30 am | 10:30 am

Saturday
Vigil 5:00 pm

Weekdays
9 am

Confession: 3:30-4:30pm Saturdays

Rosary
Weekdays after 9 am Mass
Holy Hour with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Fridays 9:30-10:30 AM

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Saint Mary Church


70 Gulf Street, Milford CT 06460

Saint Mary Church


70 Gulf Street, Milford CT 06460

SAINT MARY CHURCH MASS SCHEDULE

Sunday
8:30am | 10 am | 11:30 am | 4:30 pm

Saturday
7:30 am | 4:30 pm (Vigil)

Weekdays
7 am

Confession: 6:00-7:00pm Mondays

Novena to the Miraculous Medal, Rosary & Benediction
Monday at 7:30 pm

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Mission STATEMENT


Precious Blood Parish is a Roman Catholic community of faith in Milford, Connecticut rooted in the Word of God and the sacraments, especially the Eucharist. We are missionary disciples who seek to bring the presence and the message of Jesus Christ to others through prayer, faith formation and assisting the needy through ministries grounded in the works of mercy.

Mission STATEMENT


Precious Blood Parish is a Roman Catholic community of faith in Milford, Connecticut rooted in the Word of God and the sacraments, especially the Eucharist. We are missionary disciples who seek to bring the presence and the message of Jesus Christ to others through prayer, faith formation and assisting the needy through ministries grounded in the works of mercy.

From Rev. Aidan N. Donahue

As we celebrate the patronal feast of our parish this weekend, we are afforded a precious opportunity to reflect on the wondrous gift that the Lord Jesus left to the Church on the night before his death. Gathered with the disciples in the Upper Room, Jesus, sharing a meal in the context of Passover, took bread, blessed it and broke it, and pronounced it to be his body. In like manner, he took a cup of wine, blessed it, and pronounced it to be his blood. He then commanded that this be done continually in memory of him.

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