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Weeds are for the Bees

Weeds are for the Bees

There's not much that is more appealing than the sight - and scent - of a freshly mown lawn. As terrific as that is, the notion of helping pollinators early in the Maine spring is even more appealing. So, we've joined others who are giving the bees and other early...

The Gifts of Creativity

The Gifts of Creativity

Photography, children’s books, watercolor and oil paintings, needlepoint, wood sculpting, short stories, Haiku, works of fiction, stained glass, knitted headbands and mittens, note cards, spiral bound blank journals, fiber art and crocheted scarves, wood worked into...

Following Up on Our Lenten Practices

Following Up on Our Lenten Practices

On Palm Sunday, we invited parishioners to share the fruit of their Lenten practices. In this invitation, we recalled Jesus’ words from Luke – “every tree is known by its fruit.” This sharing of the fruits of our Lenten practices would be a step toward building the...

Blessing Teachers

Blessing Teachers

As National Teacher Appreciation Week began on Sunday (May 1), we took the opportunity to offer blessing of teachers at the weekend Masses. For teachers, former teachers, retired teachers - all educators - we offer this prayer of blessing in the Ignatian tradition of...

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