Hispanic Ministry Respects and Values the Way of Being and Culture of All

Updated: Aug 27, 2021


As the holidays wind down, I hope that you have had the opportunity to safely celebrate with family, attend virtual or in-person Christmas Mass, and drive through your neighborhoods viewing the sparkling Christmas lights and decorations. We say farewell to 2020 and remain hopeful for a happy and healthier 2021. Many in our community continue to be affected by the pandemic financially, emotionally and physically, and with the cold weather many are in need of our support now more than ever. We seek comfort in our commitment to God, Our Father. A commitment is the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause or activity. Let us continue to be committed to God, Our Father as “One Faith, One Family.”


The Hispanic Ministry and its director, Sister Mary Jude Lazarus, are extremely committed to God, Our Father, and the Spanish-speaking population, serving in the areas of Middletown, Clinton, New London, Norwich and Willimantic.


They are committed to work for the promotion of the family, with special attention to youth; and for social justice, especially to defend and advocate for the most vulnerable immigrants among us. This ministry is carried out in the language and culture of the pe