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The official Twitter account of the Diocese of Manchester, the Catholic Church in New Hampshire. We are shepherded by Bishop Peter A. Libasci.
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CatholicNH 6h
Tomorrow we celebrate the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for Mariners and People of the Sea. The day honors those who serve as merchant mariners, seafarers, fishers, their families, port personnel, and all who work or travel on the high seas.
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CatholicNH 8h
Congratulations to Sister Maria Rosa, pm, for being named the 2019 NH Catholic School School Leader of the Year winner! Join us Thursday, June 20, at the third annual Recognizing Excellence Awards Gala. Buy your tickets today:
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NHCatholicCitizen 9h
The NH House could be voting as soon as Thursday to repeal the state death penalty. Stand up for the dignity of all human life and urge your representatives to support HB 455
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Cathedral of the Holy Cross May 20
On Saturday, ordained 13 men to the Sacred Priesthood at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. More than 2,000 people filled the Cathedral for the ordination of Boston's largest class of new priests in nearly 2 decades. Ad multos annos! 📷: George Martell ()
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CatholicNH 11h
Join us Saturday, May 25, at 10:00 AM as Bishop Libasci celebrates at the Transitional Deacon Ordination Mass for Mr. Ryan Amazeen and Mr. Joshua Livingston.
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CatholicNH 14h
Today we celebrate the feast day of St. Cristóbal Magallanes and Companions. He preached against armed rebellion. Arrested while on route to celebrate Mass, his last words to his executioners were "I die innocent, and ask God that my blood may serve to unite my Mexican brethren"
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CatholicNH 16h
Please join us in praying for our local priests and religious. Today we pray for Dc. Winton DeRosia, and Dc. Mark F. Hobson; Sister Doris Ouellette, C.S.C., and Sister Albertine Parent, F.C.S.C.J.
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CatholicNH May 20
Easter Week 5: The “When” of the Mission. Read more:
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CatholicNH May 20
Thank you to everyone who participated in our annual Marian Mass and Breakfast with Bishop Libasci! What a wonderful time celebrating our Blessed Mother
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CatholicNH May 20
Congratulations to Father David Harris, from St. Christopher Parish & School, for being named the 2019 NH Catholic School Clergy Member of the year winner! Join us Thursday June 20, at the third annual Recognizing Excellence Awards Gala.
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CatholicNH May 20
Thank you for 500 followers on Instagram!! Be sure to follow us @dioceseofmanchester and stay up to date on all things happening in the Diocese as we share the beauty of Christ Church through our Instagram account!
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CatholicNH May 20
Today we celebrate the feast day of St. Bernardine of Siena. His popular preaching was frequently directed against gambling, infanticide, witchcraft, sodomy. He is referred to as the Apostle of Italy for his efforts to revive the country's Catholic faith during the 15th century.
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CatholicCharitiesNH May 18
Catholic Charities CEO Tom Blonski shares why senior care across New Hampshire potentially hangs in the balance with a bill in New Hampshire’s Senate.
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CatholicNH May 20
Please join us in praying for our local priests and religious. Today we pray for Rev. Gary J. Kosmowski, and Rev. John W. Fleming; Sister Ann O'Neil, R.S.M., and Sister Mary Rose Orlando, R.S.M.
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CatholicNH May 19
“I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another.” - John 13:31-33, 34-35
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CatholicNH May 19
Today we celebrate the feast day of St. Theophilus of Corte, known for his preaching and evangelization efforts. Saint Theophilus of Corte, pray for us.
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CatholicNH May 19
Please join us in praying for our local priests and religious. Today we pray for Bishop John B. McCormack and Bishop Odore J. Gendron.
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CatholicNH May 18
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CatholicNH May 18
Happy Armed Forces Day! Thank you to the men and women who serve in the Armed Forces. Today we honor you and thank you for your sacrifice!
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CatholicNH May 18
Today we celebrate the feast day of St. John I. One day, St. John was thrown in jail because the Emperor believed he conspired against him. We cannot choose the issues for which we have to suffer. "If you find that the world hates you, know it has hated me before you" Jn 15:18
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