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Come Play the 

Live Liturgical-Calendar Board Game

Ideas, Crafts and Take-Aways

to Inspire Catholic Family Traditions

Join the Parish fun!!   

Sunday January 22nd

following St. Thomas' 9:15 AM Mass






Pick up a form in the church vestibule... or come to a monthly GIFT event... or call

Joyce (860) 485-1247

or Cate (860) 491-2756

Hi Parents!

January's First Reconciliation class is


January 11 th

Google Meet

Story Time: 6:15-6:30 PM

First Reconciliation class:

6:30 PM - 7:00

and Encounter Program 7:00-7:45

Here at is your touchpoint for all classes,

and is where all links will be posted, homework will be listed etc.


   As always, feel free to call me at (860) 485-1247 with any questions.

                                                                                            -"Miss" Joyce


The Google Meet Link for the 1/11/23 class is:

Dial-in: (US) +1 929-324-9482

PIN: 447 622 871#


The following children are in grades Pre-K - 3

and are registered to attend

Storytime from 6:15-6:30

I will read a Catholic Storybook, and

talk about the nugget of our faith it discussed.

See you there:

Charlotte      James C.     Jackson

Caleb           Finley           Olivia

Ilias              James F.       Clara

Ben               Freya            Joseph

Matthew        Eloise           (and anyone who registered late :))

Daniel            Emma          Kiernan


If you are registered in the

First Reconciliation class

please stay in the same Google Meet link, 6:30-7PM

and I'll segue right into class for you guys.  I hope you watched some of the Blessed Videos and have been working on your

crafts from the Craft Bag you received in class at St. Anthony's. 

Remember Blessed and Craft Homework are to be completed before

we meet again at St. Anthony's, Sunday Jan 8th:

and next Google-Meet class is Wednesday, Jan 11th 

James F.      Jackson       Skylar

Freya            Olivia           Harrison

Eloise           Clara            Layla

Emma           (and others who registered late :)


The following children are in

grades 4 - 8 and are invited to the 

Encounter Program, 7-7:45 PM

next Google-Meet class is Wednesday, Jan 11th

the fast-paced 8-class series designed by the famous (and funny) Mart Hart.  It is written for Middle-Schoolers, but only you know where your child is faith wise... feel free to sit in.  If your 4th and 5th grader feels it's "not for them," just click out of the link...  But if they're enjoying it, welcome!  Feel free to just listen without homework. 

Stop by the confession room at St. Anthony's anytime, and pick up the workbook that goes with the series (it's on the windowsill).  

Madeline           Savannah        Mary

Eloise                Andrew            Jack

Attie                  Henry               Thomas

Cian                  Sophia              Samantha

Macee               A.J.                  James

Christopher       Joseph             Brooke   

(and anyone who registered late :))


Encounter Link

For those in the GIFT Encounter Program that haven't yet, simply click on this red link to create their account with an email and password of their choice. Please note that after creating a password, registration is completed when they click on “complete your purchase.”   The amount due should say ZERO.


All Ages, Grades, and Family Members are also invited to attend:

Monthly GIFT Events For the Whole Family!

At St. Thomas in Goshen

following the 9:15 Mass

Event #4 - January 22

Event #5 - February 21

Event #6 - March 21

Event #7 - April 18

October was the ALL SAINTS DAY Event

November was the MYSTERIES Event 

December was JESUS' BIRTHDAY Party

Sacramental Classes:

Class #1 - October 16

Class #2 - November 13

Class #3 - December 11

Class #4 - January 8

Class #5 - February 12

Class #6 - March 12

Class #7 - April 18

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Small things with great love?


St. Mother Teresa dedicated her life to the phrase 'Small Things With Great Love' based on Jesus' words in Matthew 25:40 "Whatever you neglected to do unto one of the least of these, you neglected to do unto me! ''  So every tiny task she did, she made believe she was doing it for Jesus.  My hero!


St. Therese became a Carmelite nun at age 15!  Her “Little Way” to become a saint: “To do small things with great love."

We started this small website with great love for our parish children and their families. 

St. Mother Teresa and St. Therese pray for us!

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