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

Inquiries regarding lodging may be made the Franciscan Guest House: (207) 967-4865.

Inquiries regarding the Mass may be made by contacting the Monastery:
franciscanmonastery@yahoo.com
(207) 967-2011
PO Box 980
Kennebunkport, ME 04046

Email us at info@unavocemaine.org

NEWS AND EVENTS

UPDATE on the PEOPLE’S VETO of LD 820 and LD1313

Details here.

UPCOMING EVENTS for SEPTEMBER, 2019 are LISTED BELOW

FIRST SATURDAY MASS Saturday, 7 September 2019.

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

Details on the left sidebar, and also available here.

RESUMPTION of the Third Sunday of the Month TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS at the St. Anthony Francisan Monastery, Kennebunk. First Mass at 9:15am September 15th, 2019.

Details on the sidebar on the left, and here.

24th Annual Pilgrimage for Restoration, Auriesville, NY, 27-29 September 2019

Details here.

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

Please see sidebar on the top left side of this page.

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

How to Support us

Help us spread the Traditional Latin Mass in Maine! 

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If you prefer, you can send a check payable to: 
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Una Voce Maine
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Latest Blog PostS

Msgr Pope on the Loss of Belief in the Real Presence

“…There have been two different interpretations of these results [the loss of belief]. The first is that the numbers show a failure of teaching; poor catechesis is the fundamental cause. The second is that they show a failure in liturgical practice; a desacralized, demystified, less-reverent liturgy is the underlying problem.

There is truth in both interpretations, but to my mind, the second view is superior, in that it contains the first view but recognizes that faith is more than intellectual formation. Faith is more than what we say; it is also what we do…

Read the rest here.

24th Annual Pilgrimage for Restoration, Auriesville, NY, 27-29 September 2019

What is the Pilgrimage for Restoration?

“In the footsteps of Martyrs…

In its twenty-fourth year, the annual pilgrimage is a journey of the faithful to the place in ‘New France’ where Saints Isaac Jogues, René Goupîl, John LaLande and numerous Native American Converts were martyred 377 years ago. It is conducted in honor of Christ Our King, for the restoration of new Christendom, and in reparation for sins against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Read the rest here.

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On ad orientem.

On the 22 of July, 2019, the Most Reverend James S. Wall, Bishop of Gallup, NM, issued a letter to his diocese. Snippets, with my emphases, are as follows:

“…There is, however, one particular practice that I would like to highlight here. It is about exercising the option to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass facing “toward the East” (ad orientem) or “toward God” (ad Deum) as distinct from “toward the people” (versus populum).

Read the rest here.

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A Young Man’s View of America Magazine’s View of the Mass

Declan Leary is, according to his byline, an editorial intern at the National Review, and a junior at John Caroll University. In my simple mind, that would make him one of those young people the Church is always wailing about. He has recently penned an article in the National Review…

Read the rest here.

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