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1 Holy Spirit Parish S 5, 2021 O P C S. M C 236 Eldridge Road Wells, ME (207) FAX (207) Weekday Mass: 8 AM Weekend Masses: Saturday 4 PM Sunday 7, 9, & 11 AM S. M C 30 Portland Road Kennebunk, ME (207) FAX (207) Weekday Mass: 9 AM Weekend Masses: Saturday 4 PM Sunday 8 & 10 AM C S M M C Saturdays 33:30 PM A S C (final weekend) 45 School Street Ogunquit, ME Weekend Masses: Saturday 5:30 PM Sunday 8:30 & 10 AM Our P S Fr. Fred Morse, Pastor Deacon Darrell Blackwell O Diane W. O Neil, Manager Rosanne Smith Ruth Shrader Paula Moses Lisa White C Donald Webber Mark Reeth F M Timothy Gallant, Supervisor Jesse Ouellette F F Carolyn F. Houston, Director Rosanne Smith Coordinator of RCIA L M Mark Reeth, Coordinator

2 H S P Please note that this is the of extra summer Masses. As of next weekend, there will not be a Mass on Sundays at 7 AM in Wells, and All Saints Church in Ogunquit will be closed for the season. We thank you for your support this summer! T D O N It has been an honor and a privilege to serve our parish community all these years! The sendoff was over the top! I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for your prayers, love, support, and friendship...for which I am very grateful and will cherish all the days of my life! Lots of love! Diane The Faith Formaon team invites you... Our parish is blessed with an amazing group of volunteers who are helping to form the faith of our parish children. We are in need of catechists (teachers) and assistants forseveralgrades atbothchurch sites, as well as people to serve as faith techs to provide extra assistance to children with disabilies. The faith formaon office invites you to think and pray about whether you might be called by the Holy Spirit to assist with the faith formaon of our parish children. Being a catechist, assistant, or faith tech is a wonderful opportunity to give back to our faith community, and to share the love of Jesus with the next generaon of Catholics. There are openings for people with all levels of knowledge, abilies, and me. Some classes are held on Sunday mornings and others on Monday aernoons. Materials and support are provided, as are training and background checks. Classes begin on Sunday, September 26 th. To volunteer, or for more informaon, please contact Carolyn Houston at , , or by Registraon for youth faith formaon (religious educaon) for the academic year for kindergarten through high school is ongoing. Youth classes begin on Sunday, September 26. While we hope to offer classes for kindergartenthroughseventh grade at both church sites on Sunday morning, and at St. Mary's on Monday aernoon, classes will depend on the availability of volunteer catechists and enrollment. The 8th 12th grade classes will take place on Sunday mornings at St. Mary with carpooling from St. Martha. Classes are provided for children of all abilies, including those who have developmental, intellectual, sensory, physical, or behavioral disabilies. Registraon is required for all children, regardless of age, or whether they have parcipated in Faith Formaon at Holy Spirit Parish previously. Preparaon for Confirmaon and First Communion is a twoyear process (typically in first and second grades), thus families are encouraged to enroll their preschool and kindergartenaged children in the programs in order to develop familiarity with faith formaon prior to the sacramental preparaon years. Faith Formaon Family Handbooks with registraon forms are available in the church offices, in the narthexes, and on our parish website atwww.holyspiritme.org. The handbook contains an academic calendar, a descripon of programs and policies, and other faith formaon related informaon. For addional informaon, please contact Carolyn Houston at , , Bulletin insert requests are due by Friday at noon (8 days prior to the weekend for which being requested). Mark at 2

3 23 S O T THIS WEEKEND: September 4 & 5 Saturday: 4 PM (K) Kathleen O Loughlin by Friends of Riverside Camp Ground 4 PM (W) Joe Gagnon by Jeannette & Roger Lambert 5:30 PM (O) For the Holy Spirit Parishioners Sunday: 7 AM (W) Pat Maroney by Joanne Colley 8 AM (K) Ann Burnham by Mary Foster 8:30 AM (O) Emil Masi by his wife & family 9 AM (W) Colin Faherty by Anne Noyes 10 AM (K) Claire Jean by Ray Jean 10 AM (O) Ruth Dooley by Diane O Neil 11 AM (W) Mariette Hebert by Rachel & Jerry Juneau THIS WEEK: September 610 Monday: 8 AM (W) Ruth Dooley by Sue & John Freeman 9 AM (K) Carmeline Huard by Dan & Becky Wirtes Tuesday: 8 AM (W) Richard & Geraldine Johnson by Cheryl & Fred Willett 9 AM (K) Julius Palmero by Carol Palmero Wednesday: 8 AM (W) Dan McKinnon by his wife 9 AM (K) Minh Mai by the family Thursday: 8 AM (W) Ruth Dooley by Mary Cormier 9 AM (K) Sylvester, Helen, & Phyllis Kutt by Steve & Helen Kutt Friday: 8 AM (W) Charlotte Streeter by Amy & Chuck Anderson 9 AM (K) Umberto Marcucci by Angela LeBlanc NEXT WEEKEND: September 11 & 12 Saturday: 4 PM (K) Richard Verville by Bob & Joyce Letellier 4 PM (W) Mariette Hebert by Jeannette & Roger Lambert Sunday: 8 AM (K) J. Kemp Thomas by Mitch Dugan 9 AM (W) For the Holy Spirit Parishioners 10 AM (K) Minh & Doi Mai by the family 11 AM (W) Sr. Carol Proietti & Paul Romano by their family The sanctuary lamp at St. Martha burns for health & blessings upon Don & Christine Webber on their 50th wedding anniversary. The flowers at the altar at St. Martha are for health & blessings upon Don & Christine Webber on their 50th wedding anniversary. CELEBRANT SCHEDULE September 11 & 12 4:00 PM St. Martha (K) Msgr. Murphy 4:00 PM St. Mary (W) Fr. Morse 8:00 AM St. Martha (K) Fr. Manship 9:00 AM St. Mary (W) Fr. Morse 10:00 AM St. Martha (K) Fr. Manship 11:00 AM St. Mary (W) Fr. Morse Schedule subject to change. Reconciliation on Saturdays 33:30 PM at St. Martha & St. Mary A P W WP D The Naonal Directory for Catechesis states that, "The whole community of faith needs to be aware of the presence of persons with special needs within it and be involved in their catechesis" (NDC, 49). Catholics believe that all people are made in the image and likeness of God, and that all the bapzed share in the life and mission of the Church. This includes people from every range of ability. As a parish, we are mindful and respecul of families who have children with disabilies. At mes, due to the behavorial aspects of some atypical condions, parents of children with disabilies become nervous that their child may not be welcome during the celebraon of Mass. As a faith community, let us strive to be paent, respecul, and helpful to individuals with disabilies. Let us also find ways to support and assist their families to make it easier for them to worship together as a family. As brothers and sisters in Christ, each one of us has an essenal place at the table, and we are all enriched and blessed by one another as we become one Eucharisc community of faith. R P Benjamin Quintiliani 3

4 W/K/O Next weekend s second offering will be for C U A S E N. In addition to your regular weekly offering, you may donate to special collections through WeShare. How to create a WeShare account: 1. Visit holyspiritme.org and click Give Online. 2. Click on the collection to which you d like to donate. 3. Click Recurring Donation ; enter your donation amount and frequency. Thank you! For those who have not yet pledged to the Annual Diocesan Appeal, please prayerfully consider a gift which will support and benefit our diocese and parish in necessary ways. Thank you to all who have already made a commitment! S. M C P: canned meats, pasta sauce, baked beans (standard size), ketchup, mustard, relish. S. M E F P: canned pasta, jelly, small mayonnaise, cookies, instant coffee, toothpaste, empty egg cartons. T S. M T, 2:305 PM. SACRAMENTS B: To register, call Diane O Neil at (207) R: Saturdays, 33:30 PM, at both churches. (Appointments may also be made for the by calling the office of either church) M: Pastor must be contacted six months prior to the desired wedding date. S S: Call at any time. If you know that you will be admitted to the hospital, please call the office to make arrangements to receive the sacrament. Also, please notify the office if you re aware of a parishioner being hospitalized. For more information, please call or All Maine parishes will hold a special collection at weekend Masses September 1819 to provide assistance after a recent 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Haiti. All proceeds from this collection will be turned over to the president of the Haitian Bishops Conference, Cardinal Chibly Langlois, for use by the Church in rebuilding churches, schools, convents, and rectories. Those looking to make a donation to this cause in advance of that weekend can do now online by visiting To make a donation to Catholic Relief Services or the Pontifical Mission Societies, which are on the ground providing immediate aid to people in need, visitwww.portlanddiocese.org/crs helppeoplehaiti. 4

5 23 S O T Y M M 25:35 M For I was hungry, and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me. (Matthew 25:35) The youth ministries of Holy Spirit and St. Therese of Liseux Parishes provide monthly Matthew Meals. They are held at the St. Ignatius gym at 25 Riverside Avenue in Sanford every second Tuesday of the month from 5:306:30 PM (next one on September 14). To support this project, gift cards to Hannaford are welcome and are used to purchase supplies for this endeavor. Donations of prepackaged, individualsized cookies, and fruit cups are also requested. The fruit cups must be no sugar added. Donations should be labeled Matthew Meal and dropped off at either St. Martha or St. Mary Church. Prayers for volunteers and guests are also appreciated! Thank you for your assistance with this community service project. For more information, please contact Carolyn Houston at: or or Those seeking to join the Church or wanting to learn more about the Catechism of the Catholic Church, call Rosanne Smith at (207) For Prayer Line Requests: Contact Judy Hyotte at (508) B M Elizabeth Rodesky & Jeffrey Draper Friday, September 3 PM (Ogunquit) P R A rosary group meets every evening at 7:30 PM on Zoom. The link is in the right column of the home page of the Parish website. Thank you! or Homebound Parishioners: Those wishing to receive Holy Communion, please call (207) From September 22 through October 31, all are invited to help protect mothers and children by joining this worldwide mobilization to pray and fast for an end to abortion. Through prayer and fasting, peaceful vigils and community outreach, 40 D L has inspired 1,000,000+ volunteers! With God s help, here are the proven results in 26 coordinated campaigns: 19,000 babies saved from abortion 221 abortion workers converted 112 abortion centers closed To take part in 40 Days for Life in the community: Vigil location: Lovering Center s public sidewalk located at 559 Portsmouth Avenue, Greenland, NH Vigil hours: 7 AM to 7 PM daily Local contacts: Carol Ingraham (207) or Debbie Dwyer (603) or Learn More: Get involved and please sign up for prayer times by visiting our campaign at: C is a Catholic movement that focuses on building Christian community and support for those who would like to take the Good News of Christ to their family, neighborhood, and work environments, and to grow in faith themselves. Join us at Ultreya the third Saturdays of the month: Sept. 18, Oct. 16, Nov. 20, from 10 to 11:15 AM at St. Martha. For more information, contact Kat Boucher at

6 S 5, 2021 H S P M S Holy Spirit Parish is a welcoming and caring Roman Catholic community, grounded in Eucharistic faith, and which enthusiastically lives and embraces the values modeled by Jesus Christ. As a community of believers, Holy Spirit Parish is committed to: ongoing faith formation lifelong spiritual growth nurturing and sharing our gifts for the common good P R/U Name (s): Street: City: Zip: Phone: New registration Change of address Moving out of parish Change of address Request envelopes If you are new to the parish, or you have a new address or phone number, please complete this form and place it in the collection basket, or mail to: Holy Spirit Parish 236 Eldridge Road Wells, ME or Maine Catholics, nonpracticing Catholics, and non -Catholics are encouraged to visit the Welcome Home section on the Diocese of Portland website at welcome-home. On the page, one will discover information about returning to Mass in Maine, messages from Bishop Deeley, the importance of attending Sunday Mass, reflections on Sunday readings, columns about the beauty and gift of the Eucharist, videos from Pope Francis, and much more. The section will be frequently updated with additional material and resources. The Diocese of Portland is providing a number of different resources to explain the importance of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine as an act of protecting and preserving the common good. You are free to share any/all of the resources on your parish website, social media platforms, and bulletins. To view the resources, visit BacktoMassResources. DIOCESAN MASK UPDATE Bishop Deeley strongly RECOMMENDS that, regardless of vaccination status, masks be worn by all persons in church during Mass and other in-church functions. 6

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