News & Events

The children of St Eugene Parish CCD classes grades K - 5 conducted a food drive to help those in need this Thanksgiving.

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St Eugene Parishioners welcome our new pastor and wish him a Happy Birthday!







 







 

Our Blessed Mother needs your help. Please consider joining our Legion of Mary meetings. Thus far we have had eight Legion of Mary meetings. Our meetings are held on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm in the church hall classroom. Please come to see if the Lord is calling you to support our parish will your talents, prayers, and presence through this ministry. If you have any questions, please contact Alice at 401-722-6388.

Pastor TJ Varghese is transferred to St Luke parish.  We wish him well in all that the future brings.  He is loved and will be missed!


FAREWELL
Thank you so very much for the great send off last weekend. I am grateful for your support during my pastorate and for your tremendous witness of faith, hope and love over the years.
I thank you for the many kind words, best wishes, thoughtful cards and generous gifts. I wish to thank all those who helped with the reception, especially Helen Suess, Marie Robidoux, Deanna DiSalvo and Odete McMahon, so I could say “Farewell” after the 10:15AM Mass. It was a wonderful time and I am so happy I was able to say goodbye to so many great people. I was so very pleased to celebrate my final Mass at St. Eugene’s with such a great group of Altar Servers and the music by our choir was superb as usual.
For anyone who has helped and supported the parish in any way and for all those who have been so very kind and supportive to me personally, I say thank you. I truly give thanks to God for all of you and also thanks for sending me to this incredible place we call St. Eugene. My first pastorate has been a great blessing in my life and I wish God’s continued blessings upon all of you and this parish. God Speed! Farewell my friends!

Congratulations to all the children who received their First Holy Communion! First Communion is the beginning of a life of faith that continues to be strengthened and nourished by the Eucharist every Sunday at Mass.

 






The St. Vincent dePaul Society, would like to thank all parishioners who donated in any way to our Thanksgiving & Christmas Food Baskets and Giving Tree. Your thoughtfulness and generosity made it possible for many families to have a special celebration. Thank you for you continued support.



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