Aug 6, 2016 1:10 PM

New Hampshire parish set to offer traditional Latin Mass

The Associated Press

CONCORD — A Roman Catholic parish in New Hampshire will be the first in the state to be dedicated to the traditional Latin Mass.

Other Catholic churches in the Granite state offer at least some services in Latin.

But Manchester Bishop Peter A. Libasci says the newly reopened St. Stanislaus parish in Nashua will be the only one that conducts all its services in Latin.

The parish celebrates its first Latin Mass on Sunday.

St. Stanislaus was originally established in 1908 to serve the Polish community. It had been combined with St. Aloysius of Gonzaga parish in 2002.

With the new Latin service, St. Stanislaus will be overseen by a pastor from the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter.

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