Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord is going to the Dogs – Sea Dogs that is!

Join your fellow Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord members, Sunday, August 19th for the Portland Seadogs vs. the Altoona Curve. We will leave after the 8:00 a.m. Mass from the Holy Family parking lot on Brunswick St. (9:00 a.m.). Trip includes Cyr bus transportation, ticket to the game, and lunch (hot dog, hamburger, BBQ pork, etc) under the canopied Picnic Grove at Hadlock field – all for $46.00 per person. Bus will return around 9:00 p.m. Contact Duane Brasslett at 478-2793 or Stephanie Phillips at stephanie.phillips@portlanddiocese.org for more information. Trip sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.

 

Our very own Tim and Cam Ward featured locally

Tim and Cam Ward are the cover story of this month’s The Maine Edge.  It is a great story highlighting the amazing dedication and love between father and son.   Tim and Cam are members of the Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord.  Tim chairs the Finance Committee, sings in the Choir and serves as a Eucharistic minister.  Tim is also active with Campus Ministry – cooking meals and interacting with the students at the Newman Center.  Tim and Cam can often be found at the 11 a.m. Mass at the Newman Center.

http://www.themaineedge.com/news/cover-story/im-proud-of-you-%E2%80%93-a-father-and-son-story-with-tim-and-cameron-ward

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

Old Town, Orono, Bradley, Penobscot Nation