Showing posts from July, 2020

Confessions at the Window continue in August

Not much has changed in terms of the regulations for the Pandemic so we are continuing Confessions at the Window.  They have been very well received so we will continue them.  I know the diocese is looking into indoor confessions so maybe that will start in September! Peace and stay well. Fr. Daniel

Basilica Concert Series

LEWISTON---The popular summer concert series at the Basilica of Ss. Peter & Paul, located on 122 Ash Street in Lewiston, is returning in 2020. Starting on Wednesday, July 8, the free organ concerts will be held each Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, each concert will have a limit of 50 attendees and those attending must register ahead of time at . Click on the specific concert or concerts you would like to attend and place your reservations. Masks must be worn and social distancing is required. Available seating will be clearly marked. Here is the schedule for the free series: August 5 Randall Mullin Randall Mullin is a freelance musician who accompanies the choir of the Cathedral of St. Luke in Portland. He was also a featured performer with ChoralArt for “Grand Opera meets the Mighty Kotzschmar” in 2016 and for the Maurice DuruflĂ© “Requiem” in 2019. He has played throughout the country with more recent recitals at Tri

New Priest for Prince of Peace Parish starting August 1

Fr. Patrick Finn  has been appointed parochial vicar at Prince of Peace Parish (Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, Holy Cross Church, and Holy Family Church, all in Lewiston), Holy Trinity Parish in Lisbon Falls, and Our Lady of the Rosary Parish in Sabattus. Fr. Finn is currently parochial vicar of Corpus Christi Parish (Notre Dame Church, Waterville; St. John the Baptist Church, Winslow; St. Helena Church, Belgrade Lakes). He was ordained to the priesthood on June 16, 2018, at St. John the Baptist Church in Brunswick. His assignment at Corpus Christi Parish was his first pastoral assignment. He has served at the parish since July 1, 2018. A Bath native, Fr. Finn attended Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio and earned a master of divinity degree from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He completed his clerical studies at Saint John’s Seminary in Brighton, Massachusetts.

Masses at Holy Cross are full for the Month of August

We are sorry to report that we are no longer able to accept any more registrations for the Masses at Holy Cross.  They have reached their limit of 100 people (50 in the Church and 50 in the hall).