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BY NOELLE A. FERRIS ANOTHER VIEW
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The popular Pope and the fight over church doctrine.

Rochester church to host outreach event for homeless

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Crosspoint Church will host a Christmas outreach luncheon this Saturday for transient and homeless families and those identified as at-risk of homelessness.

8-day Jewish festival of Hanukkah begins tonight

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The eight-day Jewish festival of Hanukkah begins at sundown today, an event that will be marked by a rabbi lighting a menorah at the State House grounds in Concord and by smaller celebrations in...

The Rev. Msgr. Anthony Frontiero talks about the resortation restoration of St. Joseph Cathedral in Manchester on Monday.

A faithful restoration of a Manchester cathedral

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For the last three months, an interior restoration has been underway at the home church of the Diocese of Manchester.

Police officers move in Martin Place near Lindt cafe, where hostages are being held, in central Sydney early Monday. Hostages were being held inside the central Sydney cafe where a black flag with white Arabic writing could be seen in the window, local television showed on Monday, raising fears of an attack linked to Islamic militants.

Hostages held in Australia Lindt Cafe, forced to hold Islamic flag in window

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Dozens of hostages were trapped inside a central Sydney cafe on Monday, with local television showing some being forced to hold up a black flag with white Arabic writing in the window, raising fears...

Calender of religious events in the state

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12/11 religion calendar

Carrie Morrill, left, watches as Joni Borawski, center, and Donna Tholl sort through toys delivered Sunday to replace items stolen from the St. Matthew Church's “Giving Tree” in Whitefield.

Community rallies behind Whitefield church to replace stolen gifts for the needy

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With expressions of gratitude to the community and forgiveness to the thief, the Catholic Women's Group at St. Matthew Church in Whitefield spent the weekend replacing and rewrapping the many...

Officials urged to support tougher loan regulations

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Clergy and community organizers are urging New Hampshire congressional representatives to support tough regulations on high-interest payday and auto-title loans.

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NH Secretary of State: Election worker saying 'God bless you' is OK

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Saying "God bless you" to voters as they leave the polls is not a form of electioneering, Secretary of State William Gardner wrote in a letter Tuesday regarding a Derry election worker.

Collection this weekend to help religious communities address a retirement shortfall

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The 27th national collection for the Retirement Fund for Religious will be held Dec. 13-14 in the Diocese of Manchester, according to a diocese news release.

South African chorus at Portsmouth church

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South Africa's Berg River Choir will perform at South Church at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 10.

Interfaith Women of NH at Temple Adath Yeshurun

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Interfaith Women of New Hampshire presents “Rejoice and Be Glad” at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 8, at Temple Adath Yeshurun, 150 Prospect St.

Candlelight Advent concert Tuesday night at Saint Raphael Church in Manchester

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“O Night Divine” is the theme of this year’s candlelight service of music and readings at Saint Raphael the Archangel Parish in advance of Christmas. The event will be Tuesday at 7...

Keene churches increase winter breakfasts this year

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A winter breakfast program for the city's most needy has expanded to five days a week.

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.

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