This page is a resource for parishioners, offering the latest information regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus and its impact on our community and schedule.  Please check back often for new information.  Posts are listed below, newest on top.

Please note that during this time, our office is closed.  You may contact the staff by phone at 203-377-0444, or by email:

A Photo Album Through COVID-19 

St. Mark Parish A photo-journal of our journey together through COVID-19. Spring and summer of 2020 certainly has been a challenging time for all of us. While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced most of us to make some drastic lifestyle changes, it has also been inspirational to observe how so...

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Outdoor Parking Lot Masses Beginning May 24

In accordance with Bishop Caggiano’s Phase One guidelines for the re-opening of public Masses, we are celebrating Mass in the parking lot so that we can enable our parishioners to attend in-person, while maintaining recommended social distancing to mitigate the risk of coronavirus transmission.  Due to limited space, we’ll be...

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Mass Intentions & Readings for Week of April 26

Due to the ongoing suspensions of public Masses, new bulletins will not be printed, as there is not enough new information each week to justify doing so. Pertinent information regarding the intentions and readings for the week are below. Mass Intentions for Saturday, April 25 through Sunday, May 3, 2020:...

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Pastoral Letter to St. Mark Parishioners

My dear friends, I hope you and your families are doing well! As the spread of Coronavirus continues taking many lives with it and more and more people getting infected, our stress on all levels also skyrockets. I had the opportunity to get in touch with some of you and...

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Dear friends, During the COVID-19 pandemic as the faithful are not able to attend Mass and receive the Lord in the Eucharist, many are concerned about how they will receive spiritual nourishment. With this regard there are some common questions which Bishop Caggiano answers in one of his email to...

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