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Catholic Charities NH: “How to Deal with Dementia” Support Group
Is your family member or friend struggling with memory loss? You are not alone, and Catholic Charities NH is here to support you. Its newest online support group, “How to Deal with Dementia,” is a five-week program starting on February 24, providing an understanding of dementia, its impact on those affected and resources you can use to best support your loved one. To register, visit www.cc-nh.org/dementia. You may also call 603-752-1325 or email email@example.com. There is no cost to participate.
Theology of the Body Institute Upcoming Courses in 2022
January 24 - February 4, 2022
Taught by Christopher West
Through the lens of St. John Paul II’s TOB and with the help of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the insights of countless saints and mystics throughout the ages, this course seeks to answer that question in such a way as to show what the most influential woman in all of human history means to us here and now, today, in our own personal lives, with all our questions, struggles, and longings. It will demonstrate how all the Marian doctrines of the Church and the call of true devotion to the Mother of God have one and only one goal: to lead us to deeper union with the Word who was made flesh in her womb.
January 30 - February 4, 2022
Black Rock Retreat Center in Quarryville, PA
Taught by Andrew Comiskey, Abbey Foard, and Marco Casanova
The Theology of the Body Institute is excited to partner with Desert Stream Ministries for a unique and immersive healing and training opportunity. In this five day retreat, you will experience a compacted version of the Desert Stream Ministries flagship “Living Waters” program — an opportunity to apply the content of Theology of the Body personally and practically.
February 21 - March 4, 2022
Taught by Christopher West
This online course introduces students to the key themes of the 129 Wednesday audience addresses that comprise John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. Particular attention will be paid to the imago Dei, fall and redemption, Christian ethics and ethos, freedom and person, gender and vocation. Students will be encouraged to journey from “head to heart” in applying the theological concepts they learn to their own lives and relationships.
2022 Camp Fatima and Camp Bernadette Scholarships
We are pleased to announce Bishop Libasci is making scholarships available to youth aged 6 to 15 to attend Camps Fatima and Bernadette in 2022! This is possible in accordance with the terms of a bequest received by the diocese. The youth must be Catholic and residing in New Hampshire. Please note that due to increased camping costs, the number of scholarships awarded this year will be limited to twenty-one (21).
The two-week periods available in 2022 are as follows:
Starter Week – June 26 – July 2 (Sunday – Saturday) ages 5-10 only
1st Session – June 26 – July 9
2nd Session – July 10 – July 23
3rd Session – July 24 – August 6
4th Session (Camp Bernadette) – August 7 – August 20
4th Session (Camp Fatima) – August 7 – August 13 (Sunday – Saturday)
The full scholarships granted to those in financial need are based on the recommendation of the Pastor of their parish. Therefore, Bishop Libasci asks that each pastor recommend youth from his parish to attend one of the two-week sessions. The deadline for submission of recommendations is March 11, 2022.
Attached is the 2022 Camp Application form that should be filled out by each child’s parent or guardian and returned to your pastor or his delegate. The parent/guardian should know that the application and scholarships, once received and approved, are based upon availability of spaces and level of need. Pastors will be notified in March of youth in their parish who have been awarded a camp scholarship and the youth will also receive a letter. Once notified they have received the scholarship, recipients will be asked to choose any available session and complete an online registration form.
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