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ENFIELD, N.H.--Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette Father John Patrick Sullivan, who served as a missionary in Argentina for many years, will celebrate Mass in Spanish at the La Salette Shrine in Enfield, N.H., on Sunday, June 11, at 2:30 p.m. Father Sullivan is available for confessions in Spanish before and after the Spanish Mass. There will be refreshments after Mass. Father Sullivan also hears confessions both in Spanish and English at the regular confession times at the shrine. For more information: lasaletteofenfield.org.
BRISTOL—“Totus Tuus” is Latin for “totally yours” and is a Catholic youth program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and promoting the Catholic faith through catechesis, evangelization, Christian witness and Eucharistic worship. The goal of Totus Tuus is to help young people grow in their understanding of their faith and to strengthen their faith in Jesus Christ. The program strives to bring the Catholic faith to life by creating a balance between knowledge of the meaning of the sacraments and an authentic sacramental life. The program will take place July 17-21 at St. Ambrose Church. Students in grades one through eight can participate in the day program, and high school students can participate in the evening program.
WILLIAMSTOWN--The Ladies of St. Anne will have a bake and rummage sale in conjunction with the town-wide sale on Saturday, July 8, on the church lawn in Williamstown. If you have items you would like to donate to the rummage sale, you can leave them in the St. Edward Church basement either before or after the 10:30 a.m. Mass on Sundays between now and July 8, or call the rectory at 485-8313 to arrange a drop off time.
MIDDLEBURY—The annual Knights of Columbus Auction will take place June 14 at 6 p.m. The Middlebury Knights of Columbus request your donation of good, saleable items for their annual auction at St. Mary’s Rectory. There will be food and drink offered from 5 p.m. Please—no TVs, tape players or similar electronics. You may drop off items at the rectory garage. To schedule a pickup of items, contact Steve Ketcham at 388-7433, Paul Many at 388-7737 or Mark Mooney at 388-2944.
Women's book club
BRISTOL--Have you been trying to grow spiritually? Do you like reading books? Are you hoping for more fellowship with women in local parishes? Join the women’s book club every other Thursday at St. Ambrose from 6-7 p.m.
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION—The canners at St. Anthony Church will soon be busy making jams for the parish Christmas bazaar. Canning jars are a big expense. You can help them, and recycle too. Please drop off any clean canning jars with lids at the entrance of the church or at the rectory during office hours.