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Advent Events in Parishes and the Diocese

Preparing for Advent

Advent Mini Retreat Services (Brunswick)

All Saints Parish welcomes all to gather to “Find the Light in Your Life,” a four-week series that aims to deepen relationships in the Light of Christ leading up to Advent. The two-hour sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on consecutive Saturdays beginning on November 27, the first weekend of Advent. The series is designed so that participants can attend as many sessions as they like, from one to all four. Advent is the four-week period leading up to Christmas, a time of preparation and anticipation for the commemoration of the Lord’s birth in which Christians also celebrate the way the Lord comes into our lives each day. The locations of the sessions are: November 27 (Hall of St. Charles Borromeo Church,132 McKeen Street, Brunswick), December 4 (Cheverus Hall of St. Patrick Church, 380 Academy Hill Road, Newcastle), December 11 (Hall of St. Mary Church, 144 Lincoln Street, Bath), and December 18 (St. John’s Community Center, 43 Pleasant Street, Brunswick).Each session will give participants an opportunity to read, reflect, and share Scripture of the Advent season and to praise God in prayer and music. If you would like more information, contact Martha Corkery at (207) 725-2624 or martha.corkery@portlanddiocese.org.

First Week of Advent (November 28 - December 4)

Advent by Candlelight (Gorham)

St. Anne Church in Gorham will host "Advent by Candlelight" on Wednesday, December 1, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the church on 299 Main Street. This event is for women to get together for quiet reflection, prayer, spiritual music, an inspirational speaker, and of course, lighting of the Advent candles. The evening ends festively with time for socializing and sharing light hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and sparkling cider. At the end of the evening, the hope is that you will leave feeling renewed and refreshed before the Christmas rush begins. Feel free to bring a friend, family member, or acquaintance to join you.

Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols (Bath)

Each Sunday afternoon in Advent, St. Mary Church, located on 144 Lincoln Street in Bath, will host Advent Lessons & Carols, a 30-minute presentation of singing, music, prayer, and reflection. Each session will run from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend the gatherings on November 28, December 5, December 12, and December 19.

Advent Mini Retreat Services (Newcastle)

All Saints Parish welcomes all to gather to “Find the Light in Your Life,” a four-week series that aims to deepen relationships in the Light of Christ leading up to Advent. The two-hour sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on consecutive Saturdays beginning on November 27, the first weekend of Advent. The series is designed so that participants can attend as many sessions as they like, from one to all four. Advent is the four-week period leading up to Christmas, a time of preparation and anticipation for the commemoration of the Lord’s birth in which Christians also celebrate the way the Lord comes into our lives each day. The locations of the sessions are: November 27 (Hall of St. Charles Borromeo Church,132 McKeen Street, Brunswick), December 4 (Cheverus Hall of St. Patrick Church, 380 Academy Hill Road, Newcastle), December 11 (Hall of St. Mary Church, 144 Lincoln Street, Bath), and December 18 (St. John’s Community Center, 43 Pleasant Street, Brunswick).Each session will give participants an opportunity to read, reflect, and share Scripture of the Advent season and to praise God in prayer and music. If you would like more information, contact Martha Corkery at (207) 725-2624 or martha.corkery@portlanddiocese.org.

Advent Reflection Series (Bradley)

Father Kyle Doustou, pastor of the Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord, will present a two-part Advent Reflection Series at St. Ann Church, 84 Main Street in Bradley, on Monday, November 29, and Monday, December 6 at 6:30 p.m. (Following the 6 p.m. Mass.)  Each reflection session is expected to last between a half hour to an hour. All are invited to attend. 

Advent Wreath Making (Jay)

All are welcome to gather for a free Advent wreath-making workshop on Sunday, November 28, after the 8:30 a.m. Mass at St. Rose of Lima Church, located on 1 Church Street in Jay.

Advent Wreath Making (Limerick)

All are welcome to gather for a free Advent wreath-making workshop on Sunday, November 28, after the 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Matthew Church, located on 19 Dora Lane in Limerick. Everything is provided.

Advent Wreath Making (Scarborough)

All are welcome to gather at an Advent wreath making event on Sunday, November 28, at 11:30 a.m. at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church on 150 Black Point Road in Scarborough. The Advent wreath is a tradition that symbolizes the passage of the four weeks of Advent as we wait for the birth of Jesus. Advent wreaths are made with evergreen boughs and four candles (three purple and one pink). Please join us to create an advent wreath for your home. Light refreshments will be served. The suggested donation for this event is $10 per family. Sign up to attend or volunteer here.

Chanted Vespers at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Portland)

Each Sunday evening during Advent, Fr. Seamus Griesbach and Bridgette Wargovich will lead a chanted evening prayer (vespers) in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland. Following the prayer, Fr. Griesbach will offer a short teaching on an aspect of the Catholic faith. The gatherings will run from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend. The services will also be available via livestream at www.portlandcatholic.org/online-Mass and www.facebook.com/PortlandCathedral.

Christmas Fair at St. Ann Church (Bradley)

The Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord will hold a Christmas fair at St. Ann Church, 84 Main Street in Bradley, on Saturday, December 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Christmas Tree Lighting and Crockpot Dinner (Cape Elizabeth)

After the 5 p.m. Mass on Saturday, December 4, St. Bartholomew Church, located on 8 Two Lights Road in Cape Elizabeth, will bless and light the outside Christmas tree in memory of or in thanksgiving for a loved one. A dinner will then be served in the church hall. Bring your favorite crockpot dish to share.

Divine Insights: Advent Parish Mission (Gorham and Westbrook)

A hit television series, Scripture, and Fr. Lou Phillips will soon come together in Gorham and Westbrook to offer “insights” into Advent and the coming Christmas season. “Divine Insights” will be held on November 28-30 in two locations to accommodate a variety of schedules: St. Anne Church at 9:30 a.m. (299 Main Street, Gorham) and St. Hyacinth Church at 6:30 p.m. (268 Brown Street, Westbrook). There is no admission fee, and no registration is required. All are welcome, and the sessions are open to the public. Each session will include a presentation of an episode of Insight, a weekly anthology and Catholic-themed TV series that aired in syndication from 1960 to 1985. The series presented 30-minute dramas illuminating the contemporary search for meaning, freedom, and love, with impressive casts of actors and celebrities. After the video, Fr. Phillips, pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Parish, will offer commentary, and the evenings will also include Scripture, discussion, music, and prayer. The sessions will run about 75 minutes each. The session themes are: Reconciliation and Forgiveness on Sunday, God's Providence on Monday, and Preparing for Christmas on Tuesday. Featured episodes include “This Side of Eden” with Ed Asner, Carol Burnett, and Walter Matthau; “The Rebirth of Packy Rowe” with Jack Klugman and Bob Newhart; and “Jesus, B.C.” with William Windom, Tim Matheson, and Paula Kelley. For more information about “Divine Insights” in Gorham and Westbrook, call the parish at (207) 857-0490.

Lights of Hope (Portland)

The inaugural Our Lady of Hope Parish Lights of Hope celebration will be held at St. Joseph Church on 673 Stevens Avenue in Portland on Saturday, December 4, from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. The celebration will include food and drink, lighting a candle for a loved one, Christmas decorations and lights in the schoolyard of St. Brigid; a holiday inflatable garden, Christmas music, Christmas cards to purchase, raffles, a living nativity, a giving tree, a hat and mitten drive, and the chance to celebrate the light of the world as a community. For more information, contact Our Lady of Hope Parish at (207) 797-7026.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Christmas Fair (Windham)

The Our Lady of Perpetual Help Christmas fair will be held December 4, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church on 919 Roosevelt Trail in Windham. The fair will feature handknitted and handsewn items, such as mittens, scarves, and aprons; jewelry; baked goods; and a Christmas Shoppe.

St. Joseph Winter Festival (Farmington)

Parish Social Ministry at St. Joseph Parish will host a winter festival at the center, located on 133 Middle Street in Farmington, on Saturday, December 4, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The festival will include wreath making, activities for the family, fish chowder for sale by the nutrition center crew, and much more. For more information, call (207) 653- 8465.

"Waiting in Wondrous Expectation" Prayer Series (Zoom from Winslow)

Feeling rushed into Christmas? Want to prayerfully journey through Advent instead? Join the Sisters of St. Joseph via Zoom at 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings of Advent for a 15-minute prayer centered on the theme “Waiting in Wondrous Expectation.” The series begins on Monday, November 29, the first Monday of Advent. Advent challenges us to something very countercultural: to live and pray with this season of preparation now, so that when Christmas comes, it is all the more significant. Participants can attend one, some, or all of the sessions. If you have questions or to receive the Zoom link, contact the Sisters of St. Joseph at CSJsofLyon.Maine@gmail.com.

Second Week of Advent (December 5 - December 11)

Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols (Bath)

Each Sunday afternoon in Advent, St. Mary Church, located on 144 Lincoln Street in Bath, will host Advent Lessons & Carols, a 30-minute presentation of singing, music, prayer, and reflection. Each session will run from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend the gatherings on November 28, December 5, December 12, and December 19.

Advent Festival of Lessons and Carols (Old Town)

The Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord will present Advent Lessons & Carols on Friday, December 10, at Holy Family Church, 429 Main Street in Old Town. Lessons and Carols is an Advent service which combines prayer, Scripture, and song. The readings and music tell the story of Christ's coming from Genesis and the dawn of creation to his birth. 

Advent Festival of Lessons and Carols (Portland)

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland will host an Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols on Friday, December 10, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Lessons and Carols is an Advent service which combines prayer, Scripture, and song. The readings and music tell the story of Christ's coming from Genesis and the dawn of creation to his birth. The free presentation will also feature the Psalterium Institude Chamber Choir and Boys Choir.

Advent Mini Retreat Services (Bath)

All Saints Parish welcomes all to gather to “Find the Light in Your Life,” a four-week series that aims to deepen relationships in the Light of Christ leading up to Advent. The two-hour sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on consecutive Saturdays beginning on November 27, the first weekend of Advent. The series is designed so that participants can attend as many sessions as they like, from one to all four. Advent is the four-week period leading up to Christmas, a time of preparation and anticipation for the commemoration of the Lord’s birth in which Christians also celebrate the way the Lord comes into our lives each day. The locations of the sessions are: November 27 (Hall of St. Charles Borromeo Church,132 McKeen Street, Brunswick), December 4 (Cheverus Hall of St. Patrick Church, 380 Academy Hill Road, Newcastle), December 11 (Hall of St. Mary Church, 144 Lincoln Street, Bath), and December 18 (St. John’s Community Center, 43 Pleasant Street, Brunswick).Each session will give participants an opportunity to read, reflect, and share Scripture of the Advent season and to praise God in prayer and music. If you would like more information, contact Martha Corkery at (207) 725-2624 or martha.corkery@portlanddiocese.org.

Advent Reflection Series (Bradley)

Father Kyle Doustou, pastor of the Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord, will present a two-part Advent Reflection Series at St. Ann Church, 84 Main Street in Bradley, on Monday, November 29, and Monday, December 6 at 6:30 p.m. (Following the 6 p.m. Mass.)  Each reflection session is expected to last between a half hour to an hour. All are invited to attend. 

Advent Wreath Making and Children’s Crafts (Portland)

The Portland Peninsula and Island Parishes will host Advent celebrations, including Advent wreath making and children’s crafts, at three locations on Sunday, December 5: St. Peter Church on 72 Federal Street in Portland (10 a.m.), Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on 307 Congress Street in Portland (11 a.m.), and St. Louis Church on 279 Danforth Street in Portland (12:30 p.m.). All are welcome!

Awaiting the Light: An Advent Retreat (Biddeford)

“Awaiting the Light: An Advent Retreat with Deacon Dan Burns” will be held December 10-12 at the Marie Joseph Spiritual Center in Biddeford. In the darkness of these times, our hearts long for new life, for new healing, for new possibilities. Into the depths of this uncertainly and longing comes the Light of Salvation, the Light that shatters all darkness. Aided by the beauty and silence of the beautiful center, retreatants will seek what God desires to illuminate in their lives during this season of hope and anticipation. The cost is $260 for those staying overnight and $140 for commuters. FMI: 207.284.5671, mariejosephcenter@yahoo.com, or www.mariejosephspiritual.org.

Chanted Vespers at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Portland)

Each Sunday evening during Advent, Fr. Seamus Griesbach and Bridgette Wargovich will lead a chanted evening prayer (vespers) in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland. Following the prayer, Fr. Griesbach will offer a short teaching on an aspect of the Catholic faith. The gatherings will run from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend. The services will also be available via livestream at www.portlandcatholic.org/online-Mass and www.facebook.com/PortlandCathedral.

Christmas Around the World (Falmouth)

The Parish of the Holy Eucharist will celebrate “Christmas Around the World” on Saturday, December 11, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Holy Martyrs of North America Church, 266 Foreside Road in Falmouth. During the evening, parishioners will share Christmas traditions, music, and food from their countries of origin. You’ll be able to sample Filipino morcon, German lebkuchen, Polish chrusciki, Venezuelan hallacas, and more! There will also be Christmas carols sung in multiple languages.

Festival of Lessons & Carols (South Portland)

An Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols will be held at Holy Cross Church on 124 Cottage Road in South Portland on Sunday, December 5, at 5 p.m. All are welcome at this Advent service of ritual, scripture, and song.

Molly the Trolley (Presque Isle)

Children and their families are invited to hop on board Molly the Trolley on Sunday, December 5, to view the Christmas lights around Presque Isle. The trolley will leave the Knights of Columbus Hall on 12 Chapman Road in Presque Isle (located behind St. Mary Church) at 3 p.m., then return to the hall where participants will join in decorating Christmas cookies and enjoy hot chocolate, as well as fellowship with family members and friends. The event runs until approximately 5 p.m.

Stations of the Crib (Virtual via Zoom)

The Stations of the Crib, originally scheduled for November 6 in Augusta, has been moved to Saturday, December 11, at 10 a.m., and will be presented virtually via Zoom with no in-person option. To register and receive the Zoom link, contact Ruth Warren at 2317warren@gmail.com. The Stations of the Crib, similar to the Stations of the Cross offered during Lent, give participants the opportunity to meditate on key moments of faith by using sacred Scripture to tell the story leading up to and immediately following the birth of Christ. Unlike the Stations of the Cross, the Stations of the Crib at Advent focus on the events involving the birth of Jesus: the Annunciation, Joseph’s dream, the angels appearing to the shepherds, the visit of the Magi, and others. The event is being sponsored by the Maine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, which aims to unite the Catholic women of Maine in spirituality, leadership, and service, and respond with Gospel values to the needs of the Church and society with direction and action. For more information about the council, click here.

"Waiting in Wondrous Expectation" Prayer Series (Zoom from Winslow)

Feeling rushed into Christmas? Want to prayerfully journey through Advent instead? Join the Sisters of St. Joseph via Zoom at 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings of Advent for a 15-minute prayer centered on the theme “Waiting in Wondrous Expectation.” The series begins on Monday, November 29, the first Monday of Advent. Advent challenges us to something very countercultural: to live and pray with this season of preparation now, so that when Christmas comes, it is all the more significant. Participants can attend one, some, or all of the sessions. If you have questions or to receive the Zoom link, contact the Sisters of St. Joseph at CSJsofLyon.Maine@gmail.com.

Third Week of Advent (December 12 - December 19)

Live, Virtual Advent Family Blessing with Bishop Deeley 

Bishop Robert Deeley will host a special virtual prayer and blessing gathering for all Maine families on Sunday, December 12, at 5 p.m. Last year, hundreds of individuals and families in Maine logged in and joined the bishop for the special online event, which lasts about ten minutes. All are welcome, and there are four ways to connect to the gathering on December 12: visit www.portlanddiocese.org/BishopFamilyBlessing; join from a web browser by clicking https://call.lifesizecloud.com/11134918; download the Lifesize app (required for Apple devices) and join meeting #11134918 as a guest; or join via phone (audio only) at (877) 422-8614 and enter the meeting extension (11134918#) at the prompt.

Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols (Bath)

Each Sunday afternoon in Advent, St. Mary Church, located on 144 Lincoln Street in Bath, will host Advent Lessons & Carols, a 30-minute presentation of singing, music, prayer, and reflection. Each session will run from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend the gatherings on November 28, December 5, December 12, and December 19.

Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols (Brunswick)

Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols will be held at St. John the Baptist Church, located on 39 Pleasant Street, on Saturday, December 18, at 7 p.m. The Festival of Lessons and Carols is an Advent tradition that dates back to the late 19th century. It is a blend of Scripture, prayers, and Christmas carols carefully chosen to tie into the themes of this sacred season. It is one of the rare times carols such as "Silent Night" and "O Come All Ye Faithful" are sung in church prior to Christmas Eve. The story of salvation will be told through nine Scripture readings or "lessons," which begin with the fall of man in the Garden of Eden and continue through the birth of Christ. The Festival of Lessons and Carols is a prayerful and joyous way to prepare for the celebration of Christmas.

Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols (Jay)

Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols will be held at St. Rose of Lima Church, located on 1 Church Street in Jay, on Friday, December 17, at 6 p.m. The Festival of Lessons and Carols will feature chant, polyphony, carols, and readings of the season.  Lessons & Carols is an Advent tradition that dates back to the late 19th century. It is a blend of Scripture, prayers, and Christmas carols carefully chosen to tie into the themes of this sacred season. It is one of the rare times carols such as "Silent Night" and "O Come All Ye Faithful" are sung in church prior to Christmas Eve. The story of salvation will be told through nine Scripture readings or "lessons," which begin with the fall of man in the Garden of Eden and continue through the birth of Christ. The Festival of Lessons and Carols is a prayerful and joyous way to prepare for the celebration of Christmas

Advent Mini Retreat Services (Brunswick)

All Saints Parish welcomes all to gather to “Find the Light in Your Life,” a four-week series that aims to deepen relationships in the Light of Christ leading up to Advent. The two-hour sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on consecutive Saturdays beginning on November 27, the first weekend of Advent. The series is designed so that participants can attend as many sessions as they like, from one to all four. Advent is the four-week period leading up to Christmas, a time of preparation and anticipation for the commemoration of the Lord’s birth in which Christians also celebrate the way the Lord comes into our lives each day. The locations of the sessions are: November 27 (Hall of St. Charles Borromeo Church,132 McKeen Street, Brunswick), December 4 (Cheverus Hall of St. Patrick Church, 380 Academy Hill Road, Newcastle), December 11 (Hall of St. Mary Church, 144 Lincoln Street, Bath), and December 18 (St. John’s Community Center, 43 Pleasant Street, Brunswick).Each session will give participants an opportunity to read, reflect, and share Scripture of the Advent season and to praise God in prayer and music. If you would like more information, contact Martha Corkery at (207) 725-2624 or martha.corkery@portlanddiocese.org..

Bambinello Sunday (Machias)

In Rome, the Third Sunday of Advent is affectionately called Bambinello Sunday, referring to the baby Jesus. On this day, the pope has traditionally blessed the baby Jesus figurines from home manger scenes. On the
weekend of December 11-12, the Third Sunday of Advent, participants at Masses at St. Peter the Fisherman Parish in Machias can have their baby Jesus figurines from home manger scenes blessed. 

Chanted Vespers at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Portland)

Each Sunday evening during Advent, Fr. Seamus Griesbach and Bridgette Wargovich will lead a chanted evening prayer (vespers) in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland. Following the prayer, Fr. Griesbach will offer a short teaching on an aspect of the Catholic faith. The gatherings will run from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend. The services will also be available via livestream at www.portlandcatholic.org/online-Mass and www.facebook.com/PortlandCathedral.

Christmas Sing-a-long (Waterville)

Singing Christmas carols is a great way to prayerfully prepare for Christmas Day! All are welcome to the gathering on Saturday, December 18, at Notre Dame du Perpetuel Secours Church, located on 116 Silver Street in Waterville, from 3:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Nativity Play (Scarborough)

St. John Paul II Parish will offer a nativity play on Sunday, December 12, at noon at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church on 150 Black Point Road in Scarborough. All are welcome.

Stations of the Crib (Winslow)

The Stations of the Crib, similar to the Stations of the Cross offered during Lent, give participants the opportunity to meditate on key moments of faith by using sacred Scripture to tell the story leading up to and immediately following the birth of Christ. Unlike the Stations of the Cross, the Stations of the Crib at Advent focus on the events involving the birth of Jesus: the Annunciation, Joseph’s dream, the angels appearing to the shepherds, the visit of the Magi, and others. The gathering will be held on Sunday, December 12, at St. John the Baptist Church, located on 26 Monument Street in Winslow, at 1 p.m. All are welcome

"Waiting in Wondrous Expectation" Prayer Series (Zoom from Winslow)

Feeling rushed into Christmas? Want to prayerfully journey through Advent instead? Join the Sisters of St. Joseph via Zoom at 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings of Advent for a 15-minute prayer centered on the theme “Waiting in Wondrous Expectation.” The series begins on Monday, November 29, the first Monday of Advent. Advent challenges us to something very countercultural: to live and pray with this season of preparation now, so that when Christmas comes, it is all the more significant. Participants can attend one, some, or all of the sessions. If you have questions or to receive the Zoom link, contact the Sisters of St. Joseph at CSJsofLyon.Maine@gmail.com.

Fourth Week of Advent (December 19 - December 24)

Advent Lessons & Carols (Bath)

Each Sunday afternoon in Advent, St. Mary Church, located on 144 Lincoln Street in Bath, will host Advent Lessons & Carols, a 30-minute presentation of singing, music, prayer, and reflection. Each session will run from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend the gatherings on November 28, December 5, December 12, and December 19.

Chanted Vespers at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Portland)

Each Sunday evening during Advent, Fr. Seamus Griesbach and Bridgette Wargovich will lead a chanted evening prayer (vespers) in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland. Following the prayer, Fr. Griesbach will offer a short teaching on an aspect of the Catholic faith. The gatherings will run from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and all are welcome to attend. The services will also be available via livestream at www.portlandcatholic.org/online-Mass and www.facebook.com/PortlandCathedral.

Nativity Play (Cape Elizabeth)

St. John Paul II Parish will offer a nativity play on Sunday, December 19, at 10 a.m., at St. Bartholomew Church on 8 Two Lights Road in Cape Elizabeth. All are welcome.

"Waiting in Wondrous Expectation" Prayer Series (Zoom from Winslow)

Feeling rushed into Christmas? Want to prayerfully journey through Advent instead? Join the Sisters of St. Joseph via Zoom at 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings of Advent for a 15-minute prayer centered on the theme “Waiting in Wondrous Expectation.” The series begins on Monday, November 29, the first Monday of Advent. Advent challenges us to something very countercultural: to live and pray with this season of preparation now, so that when Christmas comes, it is all the more significant. Participants can attend one, some, or all of the sessions. If you have questions or to receive the Zoom link, contact the Sisters of St. Joseph at CSJsofLyon.Maine@gmail.com.