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– Sincerely, in Christ, with Mary, Fr. Tim Naples, Pastor
Our summer seminarian, Steven Marchand will be giving the second of a two-part presentation for the parish speaking about how Catholicism has and does affect culture. Attendance of the first part is not necessary to attend the second part. Topics will include questions such as: How does a Catholic view the world? How does a Catholic relate with creation and spiritual realities? Do the sacraments affect my worldview? How does prayer and the liturgy affect me and the wider culture? What is the role of beauty in our lives?
Where? The parish hall right next to St. Theresa’s Church in Orleans. Click here for directions.
When? Beginning at about 6:00pm following a 5:15pm Mass in St. Theresa’s church on Thursday, July 28th, 2016.
Light snacks and refreshments will be served immediately following Mass. All are welcome! Please join us!
Registration for this event is required by July 25th.
National Catholic speaker Chris Padgett will be a featured guest at the all day gathering Gate of Mercy: A Celebration of Faith, August 7th, 2016, in Lancaster New Hampshire; just an hour drive from Barton.
Continue reading A Celebration of Faith in New Hampshire
Come join us at 5:00pm, Monday March 3rd through Thursday March 10th at St. Theresa’s in Orleans for our Parish Mission.
Every evening of the Mission will start at 5:00pm with snacks available and 5:15pm talk and presentations in the Orleans parish hall. Then moving to the church there will be 5:45pm confessions available, 6:00pm Divine Mercy Chaplet, and Mass at 6:15pm.
Because of the very busy schedules of the priests the presentation topics for each night have changed. Please attend the final two nights to find out the topic of the presentation for each evening.
- Wednesday, March 9th
- Thursday, March 10th