Artwork of Fr. Paul Plante

 

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland recently shared a link to Fr. Plante’s new website.  The website showcases his artwork and his life.   Artwork can be purchased directly from the website.   Fr. Plante served as a Deacon at St. Joseph’s from 1968 – 1971.  Click on the following link to access the announcement:

https://portlanddiocese.org/content/artwork-late-fr-paul-plante-now-available-new-tribute-website

 

Catholic Reading Lists

In the June ENewsletter,  (not getting the ENewsletter in your inbox? Contact stephanie.phillips@portlanddiocesce.org ) Fr. Bill suggested we take some time and enjoy our summer in order to rejuvenate ourselves for the Fall.  He reminded us that reading is a great way to relax.  Here are some Catholic reading lists to make it more convenient for you to select your next book.  Happy reading!

Fr. Riccardo:

https://www.olgcparish.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/FrRiccardoBookList.pdf

Dr. Peter Kreeft:

https://brandonvogt.com/peter-kreeft-26-books-nobody-should-die-without-reading/

Fr. Coulter:

http://frcoulter.com/books/index.html

Carrots for Michaelmas:

https://www.carrotsformichaelmas.com/2012/02/21/the-big-ol-catholic-reading-list/

Trent Horn:

https://www.catholic.com/magazine/online-edition/the-ultimate-apologists-reading-list

Al Kresta links to Deal W. Hudson:

http://krestaintheafternoon.blogspot.com/2012/12/100-best-catholic-novels-or-how-to-buy.html

Matt Nelson:

http://www.reasonablecatholic.com/a-comprehensive-book-guide-for-beginning-catholic-apologist/

List challenges:

https://www.listchallenges.com/50-books-every-catholic-should-read

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