A Message from the Chaplain:
The Bishop of our Diocese, the Most Reverend Bishop Peter A. Libasci, is asking Catholic parishes across New Hampshire to take up a special free will offering the weekend of May 30-31 to support recovery efforts in Nepal following last month’s devastating earthquake.
With this in mind, Aquinas House will donate half of our collection the weekend of May 30-31 to support the Church’s efforts to assist the people of Nepal. I respectfully ask you to donate what you can and please keep the people of Nepal in your prayers.
Donations collected in this free will offering will benefit Catholic Relief Services, the international humanitarian agency representing the U.S. Catholic Church. CRS is already on the ground providing relief and assistance in coordination with Caritas Nepal. For more information about CRS efforts in Nepal, or to donate online, please visit www.CRS.org.
Rest assured of my prayers for all of you as we near the end of the term. Let us always be mindful of the wonderful gifts and blessings we have received from the Lord and be willing to share them with those most in need.
This is how all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” (John 13:35)
Take good care and God Bless.
Fr. Brendan Murphy, O.P.
Aquinas House is the Catholic Student Center at Dartmouth College, a community where students may nurture their faith and grow in holiness. By actively demonstrating the importance of religion to our daily lives, AQ students become positive role models for the wider campus community. Students not only come to understand their faith, but to articulate it for others who may not share their views. Most importantly, through worship, prayer, service, and fellowship, students draw ever closer to the person of Jesus Christ.
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