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Serving the Common Good in Rural New Hampshire (via The Way of Beauty)

This little article made my heart ache to be back in New England, especially New Hampshire with its eccentric ways. The Granite State did not appeal to me at all when I first arrived, but it has since grown on me. In fact, a good friend from the South and I were talking about our desires to return to our now adopted home and reflecting on how much we couldn’t stand the place when we first arrived. New Hampshire, like many good things, always starts off with an affront before you fall in love.

Serving the Common Good in Rural New Hampshire Thomas More College students clear an 18th century cart track Following on from last week’s article, here is an example in New Hampshire of a landowner who is putting his land in the service of the common good. He is Fr Roger Boucher, a chaplain at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. Fr Boucher lives on his hermitage which is situated on a farm, several miles north of Concord, New Hampshire. Students from the summer program of the Catholic Leade … Read More

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