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Get Involved!


Welcome to our Church family! We’re glad you came to join with us in our worship time today. We hope you come again so you can continue learning about our community or word, worship, fellowship and service in the Roman Catholic Tradition.

St. Aloysius of Gonzaga Parish offers a variety of ministries to serve our faith community and help them grow closer to God our Father.

So, stop by and get Involved in our Church Community!


Teachers Needed!

As we look to next year’s expanded Faith Formation program we have a need for volunteers. We are hoping to welcome new teachers that are eager to share their faith with the young children of our parish (Grades 1 – 5). We encourage you to consider volunteering no matter what your experience level. Classes will be conducted in English and will take place on Mondays and Tuesdays from 5:45pm to 7pm, however we only ask for your commitment one day a week, either Monday or Tuesday. If you are interested in helping us, please contact Elia Lerma by phone at 603-882-4362 ext. 211 or by email: faithformation@stlouisnashua.org.


New Bible Study…

We will begin our next study of the book of Mark beginning Wednesday,  September 23rd. Meetings are held in the basement of Milette Manor at 7 PM. The Gospel of Mark vividly portray Jesus Christ as God’s unique Son fully entering the problems of life as the servant Savior. In this 18- lesson study, you will see Jesus grieved, exasperated, angered, amazed, and fatigued. You also will engage with His amazing love for His much-less-than-perfect followers, and His perfect obedience to the Father’s will. To sign up please email stlouisbiblestudies@gmail.com by August 14th. The cost is $20.00 per person.


Thank You!

We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to all who helped make this festival a success. The Festival Committee members worked hard to organize this enormous event! Thank you to all of the dedicated volunteers who stepped forward over the last few weeks to contribute their time and energy. On the day of, this event, we had many volunteers helping before, during, and after it was over.  Thank you to all of the people that took the time to prepare and cook delicious food as well as decorate their booth as a representation of their country. Like previous years, we were excited to see an increase in the number of booths as well as foot traffic. We also want to thank all our parishioners who participated in the raffle, attended the festival accompanied by friends, bought food, listened to music, and enjoyed the festive atmosphere. Every bit counts and we appreciate all of the help we received because it all made this event possible.

Last, but definitely not least, we would like to thank the long list of business that were represented at our festival. This year, we were fortunate to receive several donations for our raffle. In addition to the top three prizes offered by the parish, businesses donated cookware and an air conditioner!


Father Marcos