We pray that you enjoy our web site and have the opportunity to come celebrate with us. Whether you are new to our community or live here, know that you are invited to join our Parish family at any time.
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.
See our detailed Parish Calander in the 'Calendar' section under the 'Stay Connected' tab!!!
Our shop is located in the room at the corner of the Parish Hall facing the parking lot and side entrance facing Route 4. If you are interested in volunteering an hour or two to work in the store, please contact the rectory or Jeannie Garcia at 269-4143.
Tentative hours of operation will be Thurs-Fri, 12- 4 and Saturdays, 12-5; we need 2 people present in the bookstore at all times. All proceeds support the Parish.
Please help support this new parish mission project.
See what activities PYC has planned!! You'll find information on their web page under 'Ministries/Formation'.
May our Newborn King reign in your hearts and in your homes this Christmas. Since the days when we were very small children the wonder of Christmas has filled us with a hope and a joy like no other day of the year. As we prepare to welcome our Savior very soon our optimism and expectations are over the top. And rightly so. Jesus, God and man, can do all things, and fulfill our wildest dreams. We only need to glance at a newspaper, or catch the hourly news headlines, to know what a mess our world can be in.
This year we have heard from more needy, suffering people than we have in a long time. Times are indeed very hard for most of us. But we only need to look to Jesus who came among the poorest of the poor to see God's immense love and concern. He cares when caring is hard to find. The Lord gave sight to the blind, and hearing to the deaf. In His parables He gave hope to all who despair. The same Jesus who was born in Bethlehem so long ago comes to each one of us this Christmas.
I thank you sincerely for all that you do to love and serve the Lord throughout the year. Your devotion to our parish, and your kindness to your brothers and sisters in need is inspirational. Since last Christmas you have made our parish and community a place where true love dwells, as the Lord has accomplished His good work in and through you.
May the blessings of the Christ child be yours this Christmas, as we rejoice in His birth. May He richly reward you for demonstrating His love in your daily life.
I wish you and your loved ones a Christmas of abundant blessings and good will.
Sincerely in the Lord,
Father John Loughnane
PLEASE do not park along route 4 (First New Hampshire Turnpike) during our 10am Mass on Sundays, and during other parish functions. It makes it very difficult for emergency vehicles to travel, prevents motorists from pulling to the side of the road if necessary, creates a dangerous situation as cars enter and leave our parking lot, and blocks snow plows from clearing The snow and ice on route 4.
Thank you very much for your attention to this serious situation.
Fr John Loughnane