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No major changes are planned at two popular restaurants on Hanover Street in Manchester that are now under new management.
JOHN BRODERICK AND JOSEPH NADEAU
Why New Hampshire should abolish the death penalty.
BY RICK WARREN
Practicing what our First Amendment guarantees: Freedom.
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The one-year anniversary of Pope Francis last week had much of the liberal American media continuing to put their own spin on the man and the Catholic Church he leads. It is amusing to...
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Edward Arsenault gets caught.
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The kind of reckless and politically-motivated scare-mongering Democrats are engaged over Iran isn't helping anyone.
Construction began this week on a new Jehova's Witnesses Kingdom Hall on Candia Road in Manchester. Joe Giza, left, of Francestown and Al Lewellyn,of White River Jct., Vt., wait for someone to move a piece of equipment at the end of the afternoon on Thursday.

Construction begins on new Kingdom Hall for Jehovah’s Witness congregation in Manchester

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A new Kingdom Hall for the local Jehovah’s Witness congregation will soon rise on Candia Road, built entirely by volunteers.

Committee gets votes needed to move death penalty repeal bill forward

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After splitting 2-2 earlier this week, Senate Judiciary Committee votes 3-2 for death penalty repeal.

Dionne, O'Keefe to receive de Porres award at White Mass

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Bishop Peter A. Libasci will celebrate the White Mass for healthcare professionals at St. Joseph Cathedral at 6 p.m. on April 24.

Office of Tenebrae at St. Joseph’s

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The Cathedral of St. Joseph Chamber Singers will lead the Office of Tenebrae (Latin for shadows or darkness) in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16.

Communal Seder set for 1st day of Passover

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Chabad Lubavitch New Hampshire’s Rabbi Levi Krinsky and his wife, Shternie, will host a communal Seder on Monday, the first night of Passover, at 7 Camelot Place.

Selling of Catholic church properties is a sign of the times

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Restructuring Roman Catholic parishes throughout New Hampshire has left the Diocese of Manchester with properties to sell.

Fate of cop-killer Michael Addison shapes death penalty repeal debate before Senate panel

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New Hampshire needs to repeal the death penalty, judges, police, religious leaders and victims' family members told the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday.

The New Hampshire Jewish Federation building on Beech Street in Manchester.

Jewish Federation looking to sell Manchester headquarters

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Leaders of the Jewish Federation of New Hamsphire are taking steps to sell its headquarters building in the North End of Manchester, a building that the Federation President said is under-used and...

Hearing on death penalty repeal today

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Judges, attorneys general, law enforcement and religious leaders are expected to testify in favor of repeal.

Rock Church presents Easter cantata

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Rock Church Music Ministry, a choir of 70 voices, will present an Easter cantata composed of new and traditional worship music on Palm Sunday and Good Friday.

Rhiannon Pochopin, outreach coordinator for City Cafe, holds a cup of coffee at their new store on Elm Stree, in Manchester on Wednesday.

City Cafe in Manchester, opening Tuesday, offers 'Coffee on a Mission'

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THE BARISTAS are hired to whip up espresso-based coffee drinks. The specially blended roasted Brazilian coffee, dubbed “Coffee on a Mission,” has arrived from A & E Roastery of Amherst.

President Barack Obama and Pope Francis react as they exchange gifts during a private audience at Vatican City on Thursday.

Pope tells Obama of concern for 'religious freedom' in the U.S.

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Pope Francis and Vatican officials on Thursday told President Barack Obama they were concerned about “religious freedom” in the United States, an apparent reference to the contraception...

Next Level Church 'experiences' expand to Portsmouth

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One year after opening a new facility in Somersworth, rapidly expanding Next Level Church will begin conducting services at its fourth location, this Sunday.

Renovation complete at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Derry

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A major renovation project that started five years ago to help restore the exterior and bell tower of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church has just concluded.

Etz Hayim women’s group to see ’Jerusalem’ movie

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The women’s group of Etz Hayim Synagogue will see the IMAX movie “Jerusalem” on Sunday, March 30, at the Museum of Science in Boston.

New Hampshire Religion News Briefs

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Brief items of interest to New Hampshire's religious community.

Retired Melkite Bishop Elya to attend Lenten dinner

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Bishop John Elya, retired bishop and former spiritual leader of all the Melkite Catholics in the United States, is coming to the Queen City.

Trinity High senior Bryce Pepin, left, got some assistance from Cardinal Gerald  Lacroix Saturday when Pepin asked girlfriend Abbey Thompson to the prom.

Cardinal Lacroix helps with Trinity High prom-posal

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When asking a date to prom, a little help from above never hurts.

Cardinal Gerald Lacroix hugs Bishop Peter Anthony Libasci of the Roman Catholic Diocese during Mass at St. Joseph Cathedral in Manchester on Sunday.

Cardinal Lacroix, now of Canada, celebrates Mass in Manchester

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Some approached in small groups, others as individuals, as Manchester residents greeted a man who had once walked the streets of their city, visited its library and attended its parochial schools and...

Bill ups charges in fetal deaths

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The New Hampshire House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to have the state join 38 other states with enhanced penalties for those convicted of crimes in which a unborn child is killed when a mother is...

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