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Your call grows from a love for Jesus and a desire to help others to love Him.
Vocation Awareness Week is November 6-12, 2016 with a focus on the vocation to the priesthood and religious life. To help young men learn more about the priesthood, Bishop Libasci along with many of our seminarians will once again host a Quo Vadis Vocation Camp on Saturday, October 29th at the Cathedral.
How will your parish or school community celebrate your priests during Priesthood Sunday? Here are three ideas: 1. Host a reception after the Masses. 2. Place an ad in the local newspaper honoring their priest, or 3. Present your priest with personalized notes reminding him of what he does to bring people closer to Christ.
October 30, 2016
Do you? Learn the Five Signs that may mean someone is in emotional pain and might need help. Change Direction NH is the first state-wide effort to change the culture of mental health.
Learn more about the signs and what you can do to help.
Each year, Bishop Libasci invites women and men associated with the study and administration of justice in New Hampshire to the Red Mass.The Catholic Lawyers Guild presented the St. Thomas More Award to Attorney Daniel E. Will of Devine Millimet, and St. Michael Award to Lieutenant John Thomas of the Concord Police Department.
Are you looking for ways to get families and the parish community more involved in faith formation? Catechtical Leaders and Youth Ministers are invited to this workshop co-sponsored by Sadlier and the Diocese of Manchester.
November 16, 2016
What role does a deacon have within the community? In our new video series, five of the Diocese of Manchester's Permanent Deacons talk about their life and work. In this third video, they talk about the role of deacons within the community..
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