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Catholic Communication Campaign
The Week After the Collection (June 3-4)
Thank you for your generosity in last week’s Collection for the Catholic Communication Campaign. Because of your support, thousands of faithful across New Hampshire will gain a deeper understanding of their faith through the Diocese of Manchester website catholicNH.org, the electronic newsletters eNews and Catholic Citizenship News, social media including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and Parable magazine.
Camp Nursing Position
Come live and work at Camp Bernadette in Wolfeboro, NH! 2017 dates are: June 25 to Aug 19. If you have children who are camper age (6-15) you receive a 100% discount on the tuition as well as a competitive salary. All this and you have the opportunity to participate in our vibrant, friendly camp community. Meet and work with a great group of people from all over the country and the world, make life-long friendships, and make a difference in the lives of children. Must possess or be able to obtain a current NH LPN or RN nursing license. For more details contact Katie Beaulieu at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-848-8129 - See more at: www.bfcamp.com
Note to Bulletin Editors: Please include the following bulletin blurbs in your parish bulletins at least twice a year.
How to Report Suspected Abuse
If you know of or suspect abuse or neglect of a minor (a person under 18), you must report it to the NH Division for Children, Youth and Families at 1-800-894-5533 or 603-271-6556.
As an employee or volunteer in the Catholic Church in New Hampshire, in addition to reporting to DCYF, if you know of or suspect sexual abuse of a minor by Church personnel you must also report it to:
- Local law enforcement and the Delegate for Ministerial Conduct if the abuse involves a minor
- Delegate for Ministerial Conduct if the abuse involves a person who is no longer a minor
Delegate for Ministerial Conduct - 603-669-3100
Outreach Services for Victims and Their Families
If you or a loved one has experienced abuse by someone representing the Catholic Church, we urge you to contact the diocesan Office for Healing and Pastoral Care at (603) 669-3100, Ext. 110. Help is available.
Family and Marriage
Support for Separated & Divorced
Divorce and separation can be painful experiences. Support groups are available to those who are seeking healing, comfort, and empowerment. Visit www.catholicnh.org/support for a listing of groups. Do you know someone who is going through a separation or divorce? Please consider passing this information along to them.
Keep Up-to-Date on State House News
The NH Legislature is starting a new session, and more than 650 bills are on the agenda. Measures include the repeal of the death penalty, physician-assisted suicide, abortion clinic licensing, and support for victims of human trafficking. Register now for Catholic Citizenship News, the public policy e-newsletter of the Diocese of Manchester, to receive updates as bills progress and learn how your voice can make a difference. To read the current issue of Catholic Citizenship News and to subscribe, visit catholicnh.org/ccn.
Intercessions for Vocations - Cycle A (First Sunday of Advent 2016 to Feast of Christ the King 2017)
Vocation Bulletin Blurbs - 2016/2017