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Please be sure to introduce yourself to Father after Mass or any of our other activities.
To become a member you may register with us by downloading the Registration Form and emailing or mailing it in. You can also drop by the Rectory during normal hours our call 603-435-6242 for an appointment.
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Do you know an adult who has not been confirmed? Do you know an adult who would like to become Cath- olic? The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is a won- derful weekly meeting during which we study the ele- ments of our faith. We explore our experiences of God, our prayer life, and prepare to receive the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation. Classes will begin in
Please call the rectory this week for more information.
Message from Bishop Libasci - Free Will Offering
In the late morning of April 25, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal. The number of confirmed deaths is more than 8,400, and many more have been injured. Tens of thousands of families are sleeping outside and require shelter from the cold and rain.
Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has called on the bishops to encourage pastors to take up a special collection to support the efforts of Catholic Relief Services “as we respond to immediate emergency needs for such necessities as water, food, shelter and medical care.”
To this end, I am asking you to conduct a free will offering in your parish on the weekend of May 30 and 31. Money given to the collection will be disbursed for humanitarian needs by Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and other Catholic agencies working in partnership with the local Church.
The next class of permanent Deacons to serve our Church will begin their preparation in September, 2016. We are looking for men who are willing to serve the Lord and His people as Permanent Deacons. A candidate must be a man who has completed a bachelor’s degree in college. He may be married or unmarried. He must be devout. A man of prayer who is anxious to study our faith in depth. Deacons are able to baptize, and to marry couples. They teach, visit the sick, and bury the dead. We would love to have a permanent deacon in our own parish. That man may be you. Would you please pray and carefully discern God’s call in your life?
May the Lord call forth holy men to serve as permanent deacons, and may our Parishioners be willing to say yes to this call.