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: January 11, 2021

Around the Diocese

We've consolidated all past and current coronavirus-related news, announcements, and photos from around the Diocese.

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Worship and Prayer Resources

Recorded and Livestreamed Masses

With the help of The Diocesan Leadership Institute, as well as the Office of Faith Formation, these resources have been collected and organized for our parishes, Ministry leaders, and parishioners.

Spiritual Communion Prayer

Latest Diocesan Updates

Indoor and outdoor Masses, as well as weekday Masses, Funeral Masses, and Nuptial Weddings continue to be open to the public with health and safety protocols in place. Learn more about these protocols below.

Messages From Bishop Caggiano

As Christians we know that suffering will always be a part of our life. We understand and accept this mystery at the foot of the Cross of Christ. Yet we also know that the Lord suffered and died so that we might live and share in His victory over fear, suffering, and death itself. We are never alone in our sufferings. Christ is here to lead us along paths unknown to victory and life.

This is the time to do as Jesus commanded: to be brave despite fear, to be sensitive and responsive to the needs of others, and to pray. Especially pray. The health and life of so many now hang in the balance. Pray for miracles both medical and spiritual. Pray for the conversion of many hearts. Pray for an end to this scourge in our midst. Pray that the Lord will see us to safety and renewed life. In Him.

Click here to see all messages from Bishop Caggiano during the COVID-19 Pandemic.