Monthly Prayer Service and Supper

Once a month, the pastor of the local Catholic Church, Fr. Leo LeBlanc, hosts students for a prayer service and supper. We start at 6 p.m. for the prayer service at the Holy Trinity Parish Rectory, a large white house located behind Belknap Hall, at the corner of Highland and Langdon Streets. Then we have a delicious supper provided by parishioners.

Note: For Lent, we have a soup supper and Taize prayer service at St. Agnes in Ashland.

Think of a big holiday dinner, with lots of talking and laughing. The atmosphere is very relaxed and casual. Bring friends, even if they are not Catholic. It’s a great way to end the weekend and get ready for the coming week!

To attend, contact Kathy Tardif (603) 535-2673 so that we have enough food for everyone.

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