"…the kingdom of God is at hand…" Mark 1:15

SJB Evangelizers

In the summer of 2015, on the Eve of the Year of Mercy, two of our parishioners, husband and wife, formed a group to perform the Spiritual Work of Mercy of Praying for the Living and the Dead. 

It is impossible to aid the many people – even those in our own families – who need our help.  But, we can reach out to them in prayer.   All people, whether gone to the Lord or still with us, benefit from prayer, including those who are praying.   We hope you'll join us! 

Rosary Walk

Saturday mornings, rain or shine, 9 AM

Gather with other parishioners to pray the Rosary  while walking through our cemetery, praying for souls in purgatory, as well as for people who may be "imprisoned" by their various addictions or afflictions.  We alternate between our "new" St. John the Baptist cemetery and the cemetery of Holy Rosary Church in Hooksett, each Saturday morning of summer, and on until the weather gets colder and participants have a hard time feeling their rosary beads with numb fingers!

Our Rosary Walks take place at 9 AM sharp on Saturday mornings. In case of inclement weather, we will gather in the cemetery chapel on the St. John the Baptist days and inside Holy Rosary Church on the Hooksett days.

Upcoming walks:


SJB NEW Cemetery, River Road, Allenstown

Holy Rosary Cemetery, Hooksett

May 14, 2022

May 21, 2022

May 28, 2022

June 4, 2022

June 11, 2022

June 18, 2022

June 25, 2022

July 2, 2022

July 9, 2022

July 16, 2022

July 23, 2022

July 30, 2022

August 6, 2022

August 13, 2022

August 20, 2022

August 27, 2022

During inclement weather

SJB Cemetery Chapel 

During inclement weather

Holy Rosary Church

Don and Cindy Carrier

Tel: 603 340 1757

… and so on, through the non-winter months unless otherwise informed. See more times and updates in our latest bulletin.

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Divine Mercy

The St. John the Baptist Evangelizers also led us in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet before every weekend Mass during the season of Lent and on Divine Mercy Sunday.  They erected a picture of that Divine Image in our sanctuary, helping us all better reflect upon the infinite mercy flowing from the heart of Jesus to everyone who is willing to receive. 

More Resources

Don and Cindy: 485-4813

More resources on the Divine Mercy are found on this website: http://www.thedivinemercy.org/ 

More information on the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy, click on one of the following: 

Corporal Works of Mercy

Spiritual Works of Mercy