449 Broad Street
Nashua, NH 03063
Parish Office: Mon-Fri, 8am - 4pm
The Celebration of the Mass is the cornerstone of Catholic worship. The celebration is comprised of the proclamation of the Word of God and by participating in the Eucharistic Sacrifice. Through this celebration we are both comforted and challenged by the revelation of God’s saving will and the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am
Friday: 5:30 pm
1st Saturday of each month: 8:00 am
Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am and 10:30 am
Saturday: 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Daily: 7:00 am
Sunday: 6:30 pm Rosary Prayer Group
All of us need to spend some extra time with Jesus. We invite you to come to our Eucharistic Chapel of the Divine Mercy. The Chapel is open from 6:00am to midnight, Monday through Friday, and from noon until 9:00pm on Sunday.
If you would like to commit to a specific hour or half hour of prayer, please complete one of the forms near the sing-in book located in the sacristy to the right of the chapel. If life doesn't allow you to join to a specific prayer time, know that you are always welcome whenever the chapel is open. For more information please call the parish office at 603.882.0925.
A book for prayer intentions is located at the front (Tabernacle side) of the church. We are invited to write out our prayer intentions for the church, the world, our communities and our families and friends. At each Mass all of these intentions will be part of our prayer.
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We invite our parishioners to pray about serving the Lord as a Greeter, Server, Lector, Minister of Communion or a Musician (voice or instrumental) or by participating in one of our other parish ministries (lists are available on the Information table in the gathering space). Interested? Questions? Please see a member of the parish team or contact the parish office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 882-0925).
Reaching out to our family and friends
Perhaps a member of your family or a friend is considering “re-connecting” with the Church. Talk to them about it; listen to their apprehensions; perhaps invite them to join you for Mass. And pray for them.
Jesus I Trust in You
Two new saints for the Church! Next Sunday, April 27, the Second Sunday of Easter, the Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday. The Feast of Divine Mercy was instituted by Pope John Paul II at the canonization of Sister Faustina on April 30, 2000. Our Lord appeared to Sister Faustina with a message of mercy for all people: Jesus I trust in you! We will have Eucharistic Adoration in the church from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 26, and between the two Sunday Masses on April 27. Father John will pray the Chaplet of Mercy a half hour before each of the Masses on that weekend.
On April 27, Pope Francis will also canonize two new saints for the Catholic Church: Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. We pray for the guidance, wisdom and intercession of both of these saintly men.
God First is the theme of Vita Nova’s conference for men scheduled for Saturday, April 26, from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at St. Michael Parish, Exeter. The featured speakers are Father Marc Montminy, Pastor of St. Michael and St. Mary Parishes, Mario Engler, a Swiss Guard under Pope John Paul II, and John Meehan, retired President of Magdalen College. For program and registration information: VitaNova.org
Catholic Medical Center is offering free introductory sessions on the fertility care systems and NaProTechnolpgy. NaproTechnology is a reproductive science being used by a select few physicians to identify and treat the causes of infertility. These sessions will be held on Wednesdays: April 23, May 21 and June 18 at 6:30 p.m. To register: contact the CMC call center at 626-2626.
On Sunday, April 27, the Knights of Columbus will host a Spelling Bee for boys and girls in grades 4, 5, 6 and 7. The event will begin at 1:00 p.m. in the parish hall. Participants must complete an entry form. Contact: Joel Ackerman (email@example.com or 594-0299). Word lists and rules will be sent to registrants upon receipt of entry form.
The greater Nashua Holocaust Remembrance Committee will host an interfaith observance remembering the Holocaust on Monday, April 28, at 7:00 p.m. at Rivier University Dion Center Reception Room (16 Clement Street). The featured speaker is Thomas Doherty, Ph.D., Brandeis professor, historian and author. For more information, please contact Brother Paul Demers (firstname.lastname@example.org or 897-8537).
Worldwide Marriage Encounter is an enrichment experience for good Christian marriages, offering married couples an opportunity to learn a technique of loving communication that they can use for the rest of their lives. A Worldwide Marriage Encounter experience is for couples that have good marriages, but want to make them even better! The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends in the New England area are on June 20-22 and September 19-21 in Medway, MA and on October 17-19 in Contoocook, NH. For more information: Jim and Elaine Richard (www.wwme.org or 1-800-710-WWME).
Join the Knights of Columbus on Saturday, April 26, from 8:00 a.m. – 12noon to spruce up the parish grounds. Please bring your favorite rake, leaf-blower, work gloves and a pleasant disposition. See you there! Rain date will be May 3. Questions? Please call Bob Goyette at 595-2911.
Loving Father, keep our family within the embrace of your loving providence. In times of crisis and tension, bless our families with hope of your consolation and forgiveness; in times of joy and growth, bless us with a spirit of thankfulness, never let us forget that you are Father of all of us, the Giver of all that is good.
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SCHOOL is set for July 14-18. Mark your calendars and watch the bulletin for registration details. To volunteer to help with the summer program, contact Pam and Felicia Naro (PN889196@aol.com).
The Knights of Columbus is an organization of Catholic men committed to serving the Church and the community. The Resurrection Knights meet the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the office hall. Questions: please contact Keith Harris (978) 433-6316.
Moms (or dads or grandparents) and tots gather to have fun and to offer support to one another as they form their children and grandchildren in the Catholic faith. The group gathers in the parish hall on Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Questions about the group: call Bethany Lovering (465-2449).
The Diocese of Manchester has an initiative to inform Catholics about important public policy matters. Catholic Citizenship News provides briefs on legislation as well as information about Catholic social teaching on some of today’s pressing issues. To read the current issue of Catholic Citizenship News and to subscribe, visit http://www.catholicnh.org/ccn.
Paul Murano of WCAP 980 AM discusses the topic of death with our Pastor, Fr. John Grace. Some points discussed: What is death? Were we meant to die? The disembodied soul. The resurrected body. Heaven, hell, and purgatory; the notion of limbo, the communion of saints, and much more!
We invite and welcome all who desire to come to know and love Jesus Christ. We live out our faith through our commitment to His Word, Sacraments and Teachings, and by loving one another as he loves us. We acknowledge the grace found within the Catholic faith tradition by sharing it with our families while at the same time reaching out to people of all ages and backgrounds.
We live out our discipleship in Jesus through the grace found in the Word of God and the teachings of the Apostles. We commit ourselves to sharing the authentic truth found within the Catholic Church and by praying for a greater outpouring of the gifts of the Holy Spirit on our community.
We respond to His call to live holy lives with our families, sharing our faith by giving witness to Jesus Christ through our service to the sick, poor, outcast and alienated. It is through our faith in the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus that we care, serve and love one another as Jesus has loved us.