The below resources have been compiled to address the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which continues to be a complex and ongoing situation. The Diocese of Bridgeport is continually monitoring the status of the virus in the Fairfield County community, consulting with health care professionals and experts.
The following precautions are now required to be implemented in our parishes, schools, and institutions. If you have any questions about parish events or liturgies, please contact your parish directly.
Last updated: September 21, 2021
Around the Diocese
We've consolidated all past and current coronavirus-related news, announcements, and photos from around the Diocese.
Worship and Prayer Resources
Recorded and Livestreamed Masses
With the help of the Institute for Catholic Formation, these resources have been collected and organized for our parishes, Ministry leaders, and parishioners.
Latest Diocesan Updates
The Obligation to Attend Sunday Mass and Holy Days was reinstated effective 05/22/2021. As a result, all Masses, as well as weekday Masses, Funeral Masses, and Nuptial Weddings are open to the public. There is no Diocesan requirement to wear a face covering currently in effect, but all parishes are following local and town ordinances.
- Learn more General Guidelines for Public Worship (May 2021)
Messages From Bishop Caggiano
It's time to come home. It's time for us to come together as a family of faith, and be who we are meant to be.
Beginning with the Vigil of Pentecost on May 22nd, the Bishops of Connecticut will reinstate the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays.
Click here to see all messages from Bishop Caggiano during the COVID-19 Pandemic.