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Hundreds of pilgrims from all over New Hampshire will travel to Washington, DC for the March for Life. On January 27, 2017 at 12:10 p.m., Bishop Peter A. Libasci will celebrate Mass at Saint Joseph Cathedral, 145 Lowell Street, Manchester to join our prayers in New Hampshire for a world where every human life is valued and protected with those who will march in Washington. After Mass, the bells of the Cathedral will toll 44 times, once for each year since the Roe v. Wade decision.
We've all heard the expression, "The future is in your hands." Never before has this been more true. As one generation of priests is preparing to retire, our diocese is helping to educate the next generation. Education comes at a price. The diocese invests approximately $300,000 annually on tuition, room and board for our seminarians and the annual Seminarian Collection is the primary source of that funding.
Patrick F. McGee, Cabinet Secretary for Development and Communications, retires from the Diocese of Manchester, effective January 20, 2017.
For over 30 years, Pat has provided strategic counsel to the Diocese in public relations, development, and marketing, designing and managing programs, campaigns, and projects, and also served as our spokesperson.
For nearly a half century, the Catholic Church in the United States has celebrated National Migration Week, which is an opportunity for the Church to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, including immigrants, refugees, children, and victims and survivors of human trafficking.
January 8 - 14, 2017
During Poverty Awareness Month in January, join the U.S. Bishops, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and the Catholic Community in the United States in taking up Pope Francis' challenge to live in solidarity with the poor!
CRS Rice Bowl is a Lenten faith formation program that invites Catholics to live in solidarity with our poorest and most vulnerable brothers and sisters through the three Lenten pillars of praying, fasting, and almsgiving. Order free CRS Rice Bowl materials for your parish, school, or family, and to find ideas to bring CRS Rice Bowl to life in your community.
Catechetical leaders and youth ministers, in ministry five years or less, will learn more ways to incorporate social media into their ministry, network with colleagues and get up-to-date Risk Management & Safe Environment Policy and Procedures, and learn from seasoned parish ministers.
Parable Magazine - Jan/Feb Issue
January Jump Workshop for Catechists & Volunteers - January 28
Called to Discipleship - February 4
Recognizing Awards Gala - Call for Nominations
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