Fraternity Begins a New Apostolate in the Diocese of Manchester, NH

May 26, 2016

New Apostolate in the Diocese of Manchester - St. Stanislaus in Nashua

Bp. Peter A. Libasci, Diocese of Manchester, New Hampshire
Most Rev. Peter A. Libasci, Bishop of Manchester, New Hampshire

The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter is pleased to announce that the Most Reverend Peter A. Labasci, Bishop of Manchester, has invited the FSSP into the diocese in order to administer the parish of St. Stanislaus in Nashua, New Hampshire.  His Excellency noted:

“Since coming here in 2011, I have heard from many Catholics who have a deep affection for the traditional liturgical forms of the pre-Vatican II era. Consistent with that desire, I am happy to announce the opening of this parish, dedicated to the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, as suggested by Pope Benedict XVI in his Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum, issued Motu Proprio in 2007.”

The Fraternity is grateful to Bishop Labasci for this opportunity, and look forward to providing for the spiritual needs of the Diocese by means of the traditional Roman Sacraments.

Please, in your kindness, keep the Fraternity and the parishioners of St. Stanislaus in your prayers now that the apostolate begun.

New Apostolate in the Diocese of Manchester - St. Stanislaus in Nashua