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St. Catherine (Interior)
285 Main St.
Charlestown, NH 03603
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St. Peter (Interior)
39 Church St.
North Walpole, NH 03609
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Sunday, Dec. 24 4 PM St Peter’s church, 6:30 PM St Peter’s church,

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Our annual raffle has begun. Tickets cost $50 each, but only 400 tickets will be sold. One half of the total proceeds will go to the winner, and one half will go to the parish. Please see a member of our parish council, or finance council, or a Knight of Columbus, or an Altar Rosary Society member, or Father John for tickets. The drawing will be on December 16 in St Peters Hall after the 4 PM Mass

Join the Novena to St. Therese of Lisieux, Patron Saint of the Missions

Autumn's here, and with it comes a very special time for all of us – World Mission Month! And guess what? We're kicking it off on October 1st with the feast day of our dear St. Therese of Lisieux, the awesome patron saint of missions.

How about joining hands (virtually, of course!) for a novena dedicated to St. Therese? If you're wondering why her – well, she showed us that tiny acts of love can create massive waves of change. Remember her saying, "Love is everything, and because it is eternal, embraces all times and places." That's the spirit we want to channel this month.

Here's what's in store if you hop on this journey with us:

A Heart-to-Heart with the Divine: A daily dose of reflection and prayer that brings you a step closer to God.

Join Our Global Prayer Party: Imagine being part of a worldwide group, all praying and hoping together. Cool, right?

It is said that in heaven, St. Therese spends her time doing good on earth. Let her "Little Way" inspire us to make big changes, to reach out with love, humility, and trust, just as she did. As we delve deeper into World Mission Month, may this novena serve as a beacon, illuminating our path, and reminding us of the profound difference even the smallest acts of faith can make.

Let us be inspired by the Little Flower, who said: “Miss no single opportunity of making some small sacrifice, here by a smiling look, there by a kindly word; always doing the smallest right and doing it all for love.”

Would you join us? Your participation will be a testament to your commitment to the global mission of the Church and the transformative power of prayer. More Information


It’s a scary thought that all parents have had at some point in their life.
What if…something happens to me and my spouse? What happens to our children?
Unless you have willing family to step in and help, it is more likely that your children will end up in the state’s care. Not only will they be bounced from home to home, but possibly corrupted along the way with gender ideology, lack of respect for human life, no faith,….
I am looking to put together two groups: The first group will be a Columbiettes group, a sister group to the Knights of Columbus. Their main goal is to help to raise funds to be able to offer a back up plan for these families. This plan is to offer a home with Catholic values for children within the Catholic Church who have lost their parents. The home will be here in our town. The second group is called “The Holy Family Homestead.” Adults involved with this group will act as extended family to these needy children. They will have a home to go to each night. They will have access to a private Catholic school in the area, and will be raised with Catholic values.Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions.
To start, we need Catholic ladies in good standing with the Church who are 18 years old or older who will sign up with the Columbiettes, our fund raising group.
For the Homestead group I am reaching out to all within the parish to contact me if you have time to spare. We all have wonderful talents that we can share to help safe guard our most valuable ones, our children. There are so many things that will need to be done, from house maintenance to transportation to field trips to grocery shopping to just being available to play a board game or read a bedtime story. These children have been through a lot with losing what family they know, and they will need us to step up to the call, and help raise them to love God and to be able to go out into society as strong, happy Catholics. This is a project that needs a community behind it. I am reaching out to my fellow Catholics to step up and help the next generation in a world that is going so far away from the truth. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Katherine Kopij kopijs4@gmail.com 603-209-8633

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St. Catherine of Siena Rectory
P.O. Box 332
Charlestown, NH 03603

Office Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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Rectory 603-826-3359
Parish Fax 603-826-5875

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