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Twenty-Four Bulletin Announcements to Promote Child Safety
Use these bulletin announcements throughout the 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.
Currier Museum of Art
150 Ash Street, Manchester, NH 03104
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Catholic Charities New Hampshire and the Currier Museum of Art are co-hosting a special “Families Coping with the Opioid Crisis” on Wednesday, October 17. This unique program provides invaluable information and resources for family members and other loved ones of individuals with addiction find new ways to cope with and reduce their own suffering and stress. The event is free and open to the public. For more information or to register, visit www.cc-nh.org/manchester-coping.
Presented by Catholic Charities counselors with experience in treating Substance Use Disorder.
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.
Bishop Libasci announced that His Holiness Pope Francis has elevated two priests of the Diocese of Manchester to Chaplains of His Holiness: Reverend Monsignor Edward J. Kelley and Reverend Monsignor Richard J. Kelley.
A special installation ceremony with Vespers will be held on Monday, October 1 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Joseph Cathedral in Manchester, with Bishop Libasci presiding.
Attend college and grow in your Catholic faith! Northeast Catholic College in Warner has a rolling admissions process and encourages students to apply now to take advantage of its generous financial aid offerings. Students from the Diocese of Manchester are eligible for Free Room and Board, the New Hampshire Diocese Scholarship, and potentially N.H. Governor's Scholarship. Please visit the scholarships section of the website, northeastcatholic.edu, for more details.
Students (grades 6-12) of the Diocese of Manchester are invited submit their thoughts on being “pro-life.” There are two avenues for submission with many chances to win prizes. For full details, visit www.catholicnh.org/schools4life.
Catholic Citizenship News provides e-mail alerts on legislation from the Diocese of Manchester as well as information about Catholic social teaching on some of today’s pressing issues. Register today at catholicnh.org/ccn.
Bishop Peter A. Libasci and the Catholic Lawyers Guild of New Hampshire invite all members of the judicial, legal, law enforcement, and legislative communities to gather with those who administer law in the Church to the Red Mass on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 5:15 p.m. at Saint Joseph Cathedral in Manchester. The homilist will be Reverend Patrick J. Conroy, S.J., Chaplain of the United States House of Representatives. For more information, visit catholicnh.org/RedMass.
Intercessions for Vocations - Cycle B (First Sunday of Advent 2017 to Feast of Christ the King 2018)
Vocation Bulletin Blurbs - 2017/2018