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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!


Reaching Out to Our Community

Each year a group of volunteers comes together to walk around our community, door by door, to offer a moment of prayer and to tell our neighbors about our parish. The volunteer group will be making these visits August 15th thru 27th.  If you would like to participate in this mission, please feel free to join the team in Milette Manor before they begin. The meeting times are as follows:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 5pm-8pm
Wednesday: 4pm- 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am- 1pm

To learn more about our parish mission please contact Wendy Ramirez through phone 603-882-4362 ext. 203 or email adultministry@stlouisnashua.org

Please keep this group in your prayers!


You’re Invited…

…to a special information session for men, and their wives, interested in the Permanent Diaconate:
Wednesday, August 31 at 7:30 PM at St. Aloysius of Gonzaga Parish, in the Church Hall.
Learn more about this vocation and the application process. Application forms are now available on the diocesan website: www.catholicnh.org.


Adult Confirmation Preparation Classes

If you are an adult, have already been baptized, received First Communion, and are practicing your faith but have not celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation we invite you to come to our first class on Saturday, September 17th from 2pm to 4pm in Milette Manor. For additional information and to register please contact Wendy Ramirez by phone 603-882-4362 ext. 203 or by email adultministry@stlouisnashua.org. “I have baptized you with water; he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit” – Mark 1:8.