Council Adoration 2/20

The Disciple Maker Index Survey Opens this Week!  Please Read and Help!

 It’s official! The Disciple Maker Index Survey opens this week and we need your help – please click here to learn more


Please help us participate by completing a 10-15 minute survey as soon as possible.

  • Go to
  • There will also be opportunities to complete the survey after weekend Masses the weekends of February 10/11 and February 24/25
  • You can obtain a paper copy in the Parish Office or by contacting Robin at 827-4000

The survey will only be available from February 5th through March 5th and will ask you to reflect on your own spiritual growth and enable you to provide feedback on our parish’s efforts to help you grow.  All responses will be confidential and the parish will only receive information about the community as whole.

We are trying to get the highest response rate possible.  This information will be invaluable to Father Bill, the pastoral and finance councils, and our various ministries as we plan for the future and strive to be the best disciples we can be.  We will receive the results this spring/summer at which time we will share what we have learned with the entire parish.

Thank you for helping with this important project!

We have some very exciting news!

The Hannaford Supermarket located in Old Town
has chosen our Food Pantry AGAIN as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Cause Bag program!

For this round, we are the recipients at the Hannaford located at 500 Stillwater for the entire month of February!

As a reminder, every time anyone purchases the Fight Hunger bag at this location, we receive $1! This is truly a great opportunity for us and an easy way for you to show your support for our Food Pantry!

Please go to the store, find the reusable bag rack and buy a few bags! And remember to spread the word – the more bags purchased, the bigger donation to the Food Pantry. For more information about the Hannaford Cause Bag program, visit

More from Matt & Kevin…

It has been a beautiful and action packed week. It is difficult to explain everything that has happened but some of the highlights were Matt’s birthday, hiking through mountains in Galicia, running into people we didn’t think we would see again, saving an injured kitten that was stuck in a cliff, and the warmth and caring of all of those cheering us on making it possible for us to finish this pilgrimage.

These past 400 miles have been a spring cleaning of the mind, body, and soul. We have encountered God the Father in the awe inspiring landscapes, Jesus the Son in the generosity of fellow pilgrims and the people of Spain, and the Holy Spirit as we talk about and reflect upon this pilgrimage with others.

As Corpus Christi approaches, we pray that the Body and Blood of Christ strengthen, protect, nourish, and bring you to everlasting life.

God Bless You!

Old Town, Orono, Bradley, Penobscot Nation