LATIN MASS SCHEDULE

Sundays

8:30am
Saints Peter and Paul Basilica
122 Ash Street, Lewiston

12 noon
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
307 Congress Street, Portland

For more information, click here.

First Saturdays 

9am (Confessions, 8am)
St. Anthony of Padua Parish
268 Brown Street, Westbrook

Contact:
Fr. Steven Cartwright
Parochial Vicar - Sebago Lakes Region Parishes
Office Phone: 207-857-0490, ext. 22

Third Sundays (Sept-Dec)

9:15am
"Missa Cantata"
St. Anthony Franciscan Monastery
28 Beach Avenue, Kennebunk

Contact the Monastery:
franciscanmonastery@yahoo.com
(207) 967-2011
PO Box 980
Kennebunkport, ME 04046

Email us at info@unavocemaine.org

NEWS AND EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS for AUGUST, 2019 are LISTED BELOW

Please feel free to E-mail me at info@unavocemaine.org or timothy.collins3@va.gov with additions, deletions or corrections.

EVERY SUNDAY (courtesy of the Saint Gregory the Great Latin Mass Chaplaincy)

Details here.

FIRST SATURDAY MASS 3 AUGUST 2019

9AM, St. Anthony of Padua Parish, Westbrook, Maine, details here.

FR. RALE PILGRIMAGE 3 AUGUST 2019

Begins at 10AM, St. Sebastian Church, Madison, ME, details here.

SACRED MUSIC CONFERENCE AND LATIN MASS 9 AUGUST 2019

Conference begins at 8:30AM, Latin Mass at 4PM (need not attend the conference to go to the Mass), Basilica, Lewiston, ME.

Details here.

FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION, THURSDAY, 15 AUGUST

8:00 AM
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
307 Congress Street, Portland, ME

6:30 PM

Saints Peter and Paul Basilica
122 Ash Street, Lewiston, ME

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The Carmel of Jesus, Mary and Joseph is a papally enclosed Discalced Carmelite community in the farmlands of Fairfield, Pennsylvania (near Gettysburg – TC). In communion with the Roman Catholic Church and approved by their diocesan bishop, the Most Rev. Ronald Gainer of the Harrisburg Diocese, the cloistered Nuns live lives of solitude, prayer and sacrifice. Their monastery is at full capacity — and their numbers continue to grow.

The primary mission of the Carmelite Order is to pray and offer oblation for the Church and the world. The use of the Extraordinary Form of the Mass and Divine Office sets this monastery apart…

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