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Archbishop's Annual Appeal
Funeral Mass of Bishop Emeritus Daniel A. Hart
The Installation of Archbishop Henry J. Mansell
Archdiocese of Hartford's 50th Anniversary Mass
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Funeral Mass of Bishop Emeritus Daniel A. Hart

Bishop Emeritus Daniel A. Hart, 80, who led the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich from 1995 to 2003, died Monday, January 14, 2008, at the St. Joseph Living Center in Windham after a six-month-long illness.  Bishop Hart was a man of deep faith in God with a strong commitment to the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, said his successor, the Most Rev. Michael R. Cote, bishop of Norwich.  “He was a strong and courageous spiritual leader for the Catholic faithful.”  In the early years of his priesthood, Hart chose as a motto for his personal coat of arms: “Do Not Be Afraid,” the message that the Bible says the angels used to greet frightened shepherds when telling them the Good News of the birth of Jesus Christ.

The Funeral Mass for the Most Reverend Daniel A. Hart, the beloved Bishop Emeritus of Norwich, was celebrated on Friday, January 18, 2008, at 11:00 a.m. in the Cathedral of Saint Patrick.  The Funeral Mass was celebrated by Most Reverend Henry J. Mansell, the Metropolitan Archbishop of Hartford, and Bishop Cote was the homilist. 

To view portions of the A Shepherd's Parting: The Funeral Mass of Bishop Daniel A. Hart please click on the links below.  A DVD of the entire Funeral Mass of Bishop Hart is available for a donation of $25.00.  Please send your request and check or money order to:  Attn: DVD Requests, Office of Radio & Television, 15 Peach Orchard Road, Prospect, CT  06712-1052 or you may use your credit card and call (203) 758-7367.

Clip 1 – Introduction and Procession with commentary by Fr. John P. Gatzak, Director of Communications, Archdiocese of Hartford and
            Fr. Dennis Perkins, St. Michael the Archangel, Pawcatuck, CT(3:28)
Clip 2 – Penitential Right / Opening prayer (1:12)
Clip 3 – Homily - Bishop Michael R. Cody (0:43)
Clip 4 – Prayer of Faithful (2:24)
Clip 5 – Presentation of the Gifts with commentary by Fr. John P. Gatzak, Director of Communications, Archdiocese of Hartford (2:59)
Clip 6 – Eucharistic Prayer / Communion (1:18)
Clip 7 – Recession with commentary by Fr. John P. Gatzak, Director of Communications, Archdiocese of Hartford (3:25)
Clip 8 – Close by Fr. John P. Gatzak, Director of Communications, Archdiocese of Hartford (3:17)

The Installation of Archbishop Henry J. Mansell

The Hallowed History Continues:  The Installation of Archbishop Henry J. Mansell as 4th Archbishop of Hartford, December 18, 2003

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Archdiocese of Hartford's 50th Anniversary Mass

50th Anniversary Mass of the Establishment of the Archdiocese of Hartford, August 3, 2003

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