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A Word from our Pastor PDF Print E-mail

Fr. John J. Bucchino, ofm                                                               

We all know a person in our lives with whom we feel so totally comfortable, that we can tell them anything about ourselves and still feel accepted. No matter how small or dark our shameful secret, you can tell that the love for you has not lessened one bit. How do you know? You can see the love for you in their eyes. The eyes never lie. I can remember friends, confessors, councilors and teachers who had the eyes that spoke of acceptance for me when times were rough, and maybe you have too. When that happens, what a gift of love!   In today’s Gospel, Jesus’ eyes speak volumes of acceptance and love for 3 people who were in desperate need. There was the older woman who afflicted with hemorrhages for 12 years; there was the synagogue official in agony over his dying daughter; and then there was the young girl aged 12 who was already dead when Jesus arrived. When his eyes, which are God’s eyes, looked with acceptance and love on these three people, miracles happened. The woman was cured of her affliction because of her faith; the official’s urgent plea to have his daughter healed was granted; the little girl was raised from death. And this was all because of the eyes of Jesus looking upon them. We might think this is a lovely story from the past in the Gospel. But guess again. Jesus’ eyes are still beholding the suffering and needy people of the world even today. How so? He uses your eyes and my eyes as his vehicles to spread God’s acceptance and love. Jesus needs us. And so remember to think about how we use our eyes as we look at other people: are they eyes of suspicion, judgment, resentment, or indifference? Or are they eyes of mercy, tenderness, acceptance, and love?   Take care of your eyes: they are the windows of our souls!!   ~ Fr. John

Food Pantry Notes PDF Print E-mail

This week’s most needed items in the Food Pantry is small jars of peanut butter.   Please leave your donations in the back of the church. Thank you!

Calling High School and College Students! Can you spare a few hours of your summer vacation to help at the Food Pantry? Volunteers are needed on Wednesdays, from 2-4, to help carry food to the clients cars. This is a great way to give back to your community and live out the Gospel teachings to love and serve one another.

If interested, please contact Colleen Hayward at 935-9949.

St. Anthony's Food Pantry PDF Print E-mail

Purpose: To provide food for eligible families. Canned, dry and frozen food is collected from parishioners and other agencies and distributed free of charge to persons and families in need. Offering food to those in need is one of the Corporal Works of Mercy and is a practical way of fulfilling the Gospel mandate to feed the poor.


We have made some changes at the Food Pantry. There are now several opportunities for people to share their time and talent by helping at the Food Pantry. If you are interested in learning more about the Food Pantry and how you can help, please call Collen Heyward at 935-9949. Listed below is the current schedule:


Mondays, 9am-11am: -Sort donations on shelf - currently in need of 2 more volunteers


Tuesdays, 9am-11am: - Food pick up; unload truck; general help   -  Currently in need of a driver with a pickup truck or willing to drive a Uhaul,

to pick up food from the NH Food Bank.


Tuesdays, 6-8pm:              - Pack the boxes & bags of food to be given to the clients on Wednesdays


Wednesdays, 1:30-4pm:                 - Help clients carry food to their cars


Saturdays: 8:30am:          - Volunteer needed to pick up donated food at Sam’s Club (will fit in your car)


Sundays, 8:30am:              - Volunteer needed to pick up donated food at Sam’s Club (will fit in your car)


Your convenience:            - Two volunteers needed to clean the Pantry, Based on time convenient for you, but avoiding above times.


Adorers Needed! Make Adoration part of your Lenten Journey PDF Print E-mail

Open Hours
Sundays: 5pm Tuesdays: 2pm
Wednesdays: 3pm Saturdays: 4pm

The above listed Open Hours are in need of permanent filling. However,

the Chapel on a weekly basis has 15‐20 open hours!!! These hours

are people that are sick, on vacation, snowbirds or may have a Dr. appointment.

It’s getting difficult to find people to fill those open hours

each week. Lent is a wonderful time to spend time in prayer at the

Chapel. Do you have one hour you can give to Jesus this Lent? Please

see the sign up board with open hours in the back of the church or stop

by the Chapel and sign up there.

For more information please call Irene de Repentigny, Chapel
Coordinator at 622‐7775.


Mass Schedule

Mass Schedule

Monday & Tuesday, Thursday & Friday    
8:30 a.m.
Saturday Vigil        
4:00 p.m.
7:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.

Holy Days
Vigil Mass

6:00 p.m.
Holy Day Mass
8:30 a.m.

Saturday (Church)
3:00 p.m. 

Sacramental Programs   
Marriage:  Arrangements need to be made at least six months in advance.  Call for an appointment.

Baptism: Is celebrated the last Sunday of each month.  Call to make arrangements.

Bulletins and Inserts

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Coming Events

Monday, June 29

*  Spirits Alive!/Shawl Ministry, 5 p.m., church hall

Tuesday, June 30

* Devotion to St. Anthony following Mass

* Food Pantry Prep, 6‐8pm, Food Pantry

Wednesday, July 1

*St. Anne’s Closet, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

* Food Pantry, last names  A - C,  2 p.m. - 4 p.m.



This week's most needed items in the Food Pantry is small jars of peanut butter .   Please leave donations in the back of the church.  Thank you!


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Please access our bulletins from previous Sundays. They contain important temporal information about our church, not necessarily available on this web site.

New Roman Missal

Changes are coming this fall with the new Roman Missal. In order to prepare for the changes, each week we will be including a handout in the bulletin to help explain these changes. Also, Fr. John and Br. Charles will also give us updates from the pulpit.

Mission Statement

Blessed Sacrament Parish is a Roman Catholic Faith Community.  We gather in Eucharistic celebration and prayer, living and sharing the gospel with faith, hope and love.  As disciples of Jesus Christ, we place ourselves at the service of all.