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Pope to visit U.S. next year

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Pope Francis announced this week that he would make his first visit to the United States next year, traveling to Philadelphia where he will celebrate an outdoor mass before an audience expected to...

A bell built in 1855 is hoisted into place at St. Catherine Church in Manchester on Wednesday.

Historic bell to ring again at Manchester church

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A church bell crafted by an apprentice to Paul Revere will ring again in Manchester, after being installed on Wednesday in the new bell tower at St. Catherine's Church on Hemlock Street.

Church of Our Saviour to host harp concert following Christmas fair

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The Church of Our Saviour presents “Refresh Your Soul,” a harp concert featuring Erica Driscoll, at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6.

Keene church to host talk on fair pay

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A month-long community discussion about economic justice continues Friday at the Keene Unitarian Universalist Church.

St. Margaret of Scotland in Conway to celebrate the Kirkin' of the Tartan

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In anticipation of the Feast Day of St. Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, St. Margaret of Scotland will include the Kirkin' of the Tartan in the Sunday service on Nov. 23 at 10 a.m.

Local author to talk about soul, spirituality

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Local author Thomas Moore will speak at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, at Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Milford on the topic of Soulful Spirituality.

Former Episcopal priest admits to sexual abuse of teen in NH decades ago

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Franklin Huntress, 81, a former Episcopal priest was given a suspended sentence after admitting to sexually assaulting a teenage boy in New Hampshire three decades ago.

Right Rev. Mark Dyer, an Episcopal bishop and Manchester native known for his work within the church community to address such issues as ordaining women to the priesthood, same-sex marriages and the ordination of gay and lesbian clergy, died Nov. 11 at his home on the Virginia Theological Seminary campus in Alexandria, Va.

Right Rev. Mark Dyer, Episcopal bishop and Manchester native, dies at 84

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The Right Rev. Mark Dyer, an Episcopal bishop and Manchester native known for his work within the church community to address such issues as ordaining women to the priesthood, same-sex marriages and...

Monks who converted a three-bedroom house on Temple Mountain into a Buddhist meditation center and monastery three years ago now have permission to build a Buddhist temple on the Route 101 land.







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Peterborough approves plans for construction of Buddhist temple

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A Buddhist meditation center and monastery on Temple Mountain was granted permission on Monday to build a temple on its Route 101 land by the planning board.

Bethany Covenant Church members, from left, Tom Marinkov, Kate and Dick Hyde, Stephanie Dowling, and Gabe and Emily Shupe volunteered at an event last weekend at the Manchester nonprofit Food for Children, distributing food to more than 300 needy families. The church, active in many volunteer projects, is increasing its efforts as winter approaches.

Bethany Covenant Church aims to serve NH and beyond

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The Bedford church is embracing the upcoming winter season by increasing its ongoing volunteer efforts.

NH Religion Briefs: Musical set for Dec. 7 in Temple Town Hall

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“Amahl and the Night Visitors” will be presented on Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. at Temple Town Hall.

Grace Ministries to host its annual Christmas Tea

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Grace Ministries International is hosting its 18th annual Christmas Tea on Friday, Dec. 5.

The Vatican has decided that as of Jan. 1, about 60 producers, workshops and stores that have been in the papal blessing business for decades will no longer be allowed to make or sell them.

Vendors cry foul as Vatican reins in papal blessings sales

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The Vatican has decided that as of Jan. 1, about 60 producers and stores that have been in the papal blessing business for decades will no longer be allowed to make or sell them, a decision vendors...

Ruth Provencal

Officials: Derry poll worker was 'not invited back'

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The Derry election worker who says she was fired for saying “God bless you” at the polls was “not invited back” after being given several chances, officials say.

'God bless you' cited in firing of Derry election worker

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The Catholic League has sent a letter of protest to New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner over the recent firing of a Derry election worker. Ruth Provencal was terminated last month for...

Musicians from three congregations gathered at Londonderry Presbyterian Church on Oct. 25, during an interfaith “Praise Jam.” It’s all part of the local congregation’s efforts to promote friendship, faith and fellowship.

‘Music Jam’ helps build intercongregation friendships

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After a successful interfaith "Praise Jam" late last month, the Londonderry Presbyterian Church is hoping to come together in harmony with more of their neighbors.

St. Margaret's to dedicate Vietnam War memorial

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St. Margaret of Scotland Church will dedicate a memorial to Vietnam War Veterans at its annual Veterans Remembrance Service at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 9.

Monadnock Bible Conference hires director

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Monadnock Bible Conference has announced the appointment of Roy Baldwin as director.

Countdown to NH's Shaheen, Brown decision in final stages

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In his attempt to unseat U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, Scott Brown has either kept his views consistent or has made a shift to the political right since moving to New Hampshire from Massachusetts. Like...

An exterior view of St. Charles Church in Dover.

St. Charles Church in Dover to be torn down

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A mixed-use project was approved by the city's planning board recently that will require St. Charles Church be torn done to make way for workforce housing and retail space.

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