This Sunday, the Knights are putting on a delicious Breakfast for us. It will be a served Breakfast Buffet with pancakes, French toast, real maple syrup & Logg Cabin, bacon, sausage, toast, French scrambled eggs (the best I ever had!)…juice, milk, coffee, laughs and fellowship…I bet it will be the best brunch around! Join us this Sunday, July 21 after the 10:00AM Mass or just come around 10:50AM. Our Parish Knights Council are putting on this occasion and only ask for a donation of your choosing for the breakfast; there will be a “free-will- giving” basket made available for your convenience. All proceeds will benefit the good works that our Council does for the community.
You will see an insert in this bulletin about Saint Pope Paul VI. Please read it. It is quite interesting and so important to our little church here in the White Mountains, because he offered Holy Mass here back in August 1951! I would like to see the parish honor this new Saint (Pope Francis canonized St. Pope Paul VI last October) and commemorate his visit, in a notable way. I’m thinking a statue with candles, or a bronze plaque on the wall explaining the event…whatever way! For now, I hope to draw attention and support for this cause. Please read the insert put together by our parishioner, Denise Rush. A big “thank you” goes out to Denise for doing research and in sharing her gift of writing with us.
Last weekend was extremely difficult for me to inform you that I am leaving the parish, being transferred to St. Lawrence parish in Goffstown, NH come August 7th. I have been assured that a new Pastor will be installed to take my place in the near future. We as a parish family have worshipped the Lord together in Love and in Truth. We have accomplished many things together and shared many memories together. Change is not easy; at least not for me. You will forever be in my heart and in my prayers. I’ll stop typing now…or else I will cry again! LOL! I just so happen to have a vacation this week in the book, so, there will be no daily Masses here; instead I will be praying and packing.
May God, the source of hope, fill you with all joy and peace by means of your faith in him, so that your hope will continue to grow by the power of the Holy Spirit. Romans 15:13
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