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March 13, 2020

During this Lenten season and days before March 19th, the great feast of our Patron St. Joseph, guardian of Jesus and guardian of the Church, we are experiencing another great challenge to life which is of great concern to many. In this time of uncertainty, confusion, questions, doubts and fears we can do what Christians have done for centuries, we can turn in our day to our faith in Jesus Christ. These days may be turned into grace filled days as we implore and give our lives to our Lord and implore His divine help and protection. Jesus Christ has never abandoned His people or His Church, He is with us and is waiting for us especially in the Most Blessed Sacrament which is kept in our Catholic churches for adoration.

As events and gatherings are cancelled and our time for prayer and reflection increase, let us go to St. Joseph! “Let us allow ourselves to be filled with St. Joseph’s silence! In a world that is often too noisy, that encourages neither recollection nor listening to God’s voice, we are in such deep need of it.” Pope Benedict XVI

I encourage all to take this time to continue to pray for an end to this threat of illness and to pray for healing and peace. 

To read Bishop Libasci's letter to the Faithful (March 17), click here: 

For more information from the Diocese of Manchester, go to:

St. Joseph, Comfort of the Afflicted, pray for us!

 God Bless you.

In Christ,

Fr. Jason Jalbert

Rector and Pastor








Bishop Peter A. Libasci, D.D.
Tenth Bishop of Manchester

Read Bishop Libasci's letter of March 17 regarding COVID 19


Saturday evening 4:00 p.m.
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Weekdays - (chapel)
Monday thru Friday 7:00 a.m. and 12:10 p.m.             
Saturday 8:00 a.m.
Holy Days as announced



Monday-Saturday 7:30-8:00 the Chapel
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Bishop Libasci has issued two letter recently to update the faithful on the Church's efforts to protect children and vulnerable adults.



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