St Joseph's Church

Lincoln, New Hampshire

Category: Parish Notes (page 1 of 2)

2020 Giving Envelopes

The 2020 Giving envelopes are located on a table by the front church entrance. Parishioners may pick them up starting the weekend of December 14th and 15th 2019

Vocation Ministry

National Vocation Awareness Week will be celebrated in our country November 3-9, 2019.  Please ask Our Lord for more dedicated, holy priests, deacons and consecrated men and women.  There will be Holy Hour Adoration November 3 from 8:45 AM until 9:45 AM. Please join us!

Town Hall meeting with Bishop Libasci

The Very Reverend Bishop Peter Libasci celebrated 5:00 Mass and met with parishioners on Tuesday, October 1. He responded to questions posed by the parishioners and expressed genuine concern for our needs. The Bishop reassured the Parish will continue to flourish to meet the needs of locals and visitors alike who come to St. Joseph’s for spiritual support and community. We want to thank Bishop Libasci for his time and look forward to his support as we move forward to meet the needs of our faith community

Parish Pastoral Council Notes

The Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) met on September 10th. We discussed talking points for the parishioners’ meeting with Bishop Libasci on October 1st; Faith

Formation updates; progress on the Capital Campaign; a report on projects being considered by the Facilities Committee; upcoming events sponsored by the Knights of Columbus; and dates for the annual Christmas Festival and wreath-making at the Holtzmans.

If you have any concerns or questions for the PPC, please contact one of the members of the Council. We are here to represent your interests and welcome all feedback and input.

Meeting with Most Reverend Bishop Libasci

Most Rev. Bishop Libasci has requested to meet with parishioners in a “town hall meeting” format. He will be here to serve 5 PM Mass on Tuesday, October 1st and will meet with parishioners downstairs in the church hall after Mass. Light refreshments will be served. If you have a question for the Bishop, please forward it to Paula King

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