Due to the forecast (What? Snow? In New Hampshire?).
We will make a decision by 3pm on Tuesday for holding/cancelling the Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service, Wednesday night, at St. Charles.
We will send an email to all parishioners on our email list.
We will post it here!
We will send the info to WMUR - Channel 9 for their closings info.
Questions? Email the office - email@example.com
Thanks! And Happy Thanksgiving.
PS - all Meredith Food Pantry food and cash donations may be brought to the church this weekend.
Our Thanksgiving Mass at 9am on Thursday will be celebrated.
Our offices are closed Thursday and Friday.
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church is a family of faith and hospitality blessed with a diversity of people coming together to grow closer to God and to worship Him year-round or seasonally in our beautiful church and in this stunning Lakes Region of New Hampshire.
We reverently worship God - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - in prayer and song and assist one another in a common call to be his faithful disciples. Our faith grows in our life-long pursuit to know Jesus Christ and to discover Him in new ways and in all our relationships. We strive to serve Him and others by sharing our time and talent and treasure; and reaching out in peace and justice to those in need.
All are welcome! If you are looking for a Catholic parish to call home for any time and season, we cordially invite you to join us and to become involved on our parish journey to uncover the love and goodness of God and to find Him in our paths of life.
St. Charles Borromeo
October 2, 1538 - November 3, 1584
Archbishop of Milan
Cardinal-Priest of the Title of St. Prassede
Papal Secretary of State under Pius IV
and one of the chief leaders in the
He was born in the Castle of Arona, a town on the southern shore of the Lago Maggiore in northern Italy, October 2, 1538; died at Milan, November 3, 1584.
His emblem is the word humilitas crowned, which is a portion of the Borromeo shield. He is usually represented in art in his cardinal's robes, barefoot, carrying the cross as archbishop; a rope round his neck, one hand raised in blessing, thus recalling his work during the plague.
His feast is kept on 4 November.
St. Charles is the patron saint of learning and the arts.