Monday, February 6, 2012

Berlin Bound!



Today I received official word that my summer assignment will be in Berlin, NH. For those who may not know Berlin, it is the farthest north city in New Hampshire. It is also a city filled with incredibly kind and generous people. I am most excited to be heading north and to meet people from a different part of the state. I will be assisting and learning from two great priests, Father Mark Dollard and Father Kyle Stanton who are stationed in the city. My assignment does not begin until June 4th, so there is a long way to go till I get there.
In the meantime I am looking forward to meeting some of the 10,501 residents.


Berlin is just over 90 minutes from where I was born in Northern Vermont, and just over an our north of where I went to high school in North Conway.

3 comments:

Colin said...

So far away from Manchester. Maybe we will make a field trip for a Sunday Mass up there seeing it is summer and the snow should mostly be gone by then (wink). Now another part of the state will get to know the AMAZING seminarian from Manchester. :) As always you are in our prayers.

BerlinAspirant said...

Andrew, I am looking forward to welcoming you to our great "city"! I am a permanent deacon candidate along with Michael Johnson. I hope you are enjoying you year of studies also. God Bless you and see you in June! Mitch Couture

Don Arsenault said...

Andrew;

You're going to my home town! Will you be assigned to St. Anne's Parish?

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