Directions to the 2019 CT Pro-Life Conference

Directions to Saint Paul Catholic High School
1001 Stafford Avenue
Bristol, CT 06010


FROM AVON AND POINTS NORTH
Take Route 4 or Route 167 to Route 177 in Unionville
Take Route 177 South, go over bridge
After approximately 1.5 miles, turn right at Coppermine Road, which becomes Stafford Road
After approximately 1.1 miles, turn left at stop sign to continue on Stafford Road
Stafford Road becomes Stafford Avenue. Continue through stop light at Steven St
After 0.7 miles, St. Paul’s will be on your right, after St. Gregory’s CCD center. Parking is available in the
front or back of the school


FROM HARTFORD AND POINTS EAST
Take I-84 West to Exit 38 (Route 6 West)
Follow Route 6 West for approximately 5.3 miles
After crossing the four-way intersection with Route 177 (Tunxis CC is on your left), stay on Route 6 West
for 1.7 more miles until Stafford Avenue
Take a right at light onto Stafford Avenue (at Stephen Auto Mall). Follow it for 0.5 mile
St. Paul’s will be on your left, after the light at Maltby Street/St. Gregory Church. Parking is available in the
front or back of the school


FROM NEW BRITAIN AND POINTS SOUTHEAST
Take Route 72 West through New Britain following signs to Bristol
Take North Washington Street Exit
At the end of ramp take right onto Route 177 North. Go straight until Route 6. Tunxis CC is on your right
Take left onto Route 6 West Follow for 1.7 miles until Stafford Avenue
Take a right at light onto Stafford Avenue (at Stephen Auto Mall). Follow it for 0.5 mile
St. Paul’s will be on your left, after the light at Maltby Street/St. Gregory Church. Parking is available in the
front or back of the school


FROM TORRINGTON/THOMASTON AND POINTS WEST
From Route 8 take Exit 39 (Route 6 East)
Take Route 6 East into Bristol
After Route 229 intersection, proceed 1.7 miles to Stafford Avenue. Burger King and Valero Gas will be on
your left
Take left at light onto Stafford Avenue. Follow for 0.5 mile
St. Paul’s will be on your left, after the light at Maltby Street/St. Gregory Church. Parking is available in the
front or back of the school


FROM WATERBURY AND POINTS SOUTH
Take Route 8 North to Exit 39 (Route 6 East)
Follow directions from Torrington/Thomaston above


August 2019


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"The mission of 40 Days for Life is to bring together the body of Christ in a spirit of unity during a focused 40 day campaign of prayer, fasting, and peaceful activism, with the purpose of repentance, to seek God's favor to turn hearts and minds from a culture of death to a culture of life, thus bringing an end to abortion."  40 Days for Life

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November 9, 2019
Northwest Catholic High School (West Hartford, CT)
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. “Coffee and” and lunch are included!
Keynote: Sarah Hart

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