Jeannine DeRosby has lived a faith-filled life of service and sees her work as a bookkeeper as a ministry, not just a job.
St. Thomas School in Sanford celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Delvin Choice, a professional Gospel singer, holds a music residency at St. Brigid School in Portland.
St. Mary's Renaissance School in Lewiston has been helping students with behavioral issues for more than 25 years.
Father Michael Adebote, SMA, is now serving as a hospital chaplain in Lewiston.
Father Joe Black explores the differences and reasons why there are more than one version of the Ten Commandments.
Kim Suttie, the pastoral life coordinator at Corpus Christi Parish in Waterville, loves sharing her faith with othres.
Sister Bernadette Gautreau spent 50 years serving among the Cree people in northern Alberta, Canada.
A look at the question of who celebrates the Eucharist?
Msgr. Charles Murphy on the beatification of Pope John Paul I
The Heart of St. Francis Franciscan fraternity is canonically established in Houlton.
The Rite of Candidacy is celebrated for 11 men who publicly expressed their desire to be ordained permanent deacons.
The St. Bernard Soup Kitchen in Rockland has been serving the community for nearly 40 years.
The Esther Residence provides a bridge to women leaving incarceration.
Reggie and John Rancourt have been helping with the offertory collection at St. Gabriel Church in Winterport for more than 100 years combined.
Two Felician Sisters reflect on St. Joseph Healthcare's history as the Bangor hospital celebrates its 75th anniversary.
The beginning of a series of reports on the celebration of Mass and why Catholics celebrate Mass.
A mother says she loves her children and husband but feels guilty because she is tired of always trying to get them to school and work on time.
Members of the Saint Isidore Corps. spend the summer visiting members of St. Joseph Parish in Farmington and St. Rose of Lima Parish in Jay.
Stations of the Cross have been added to the grounds of St. Peter Church in East Millinocket.
Our first steps in the synodal process
Bishop Robert Deeley joins with parishioners to celebrate the 50th anniversary of St. Anne Church in Gorham.
Father Wilfred Labbe reflects on the Christian meaning of love.
Remember that the desire to be reverent at Mass is holy. That's your gift to God.
The catechism reminds us of the central role that marriage plays in Scripture, both in terms of the meaning of marriage itself and it being a metaphor for God’s relationship with His people (CCC 1602)
Catholic schools, from elementary to high school to college, serve as places of formation where students encounter Jesus Christ.
Reviving appreciation for the great gift of the Eucharist
Those who spend time in eucharistic adoration at the Rivier Chapel in Lewiston say that is has changed their lives.
18-year-old Ryan Young's search for answers lead him to the Catholic Chuch
His Eminence Antoine Cardinal Kambanda celebrates Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Concepton in Portland.
The diocese welcomes Father Elaiyaraja Thaniyel, HGN, and Father Brittoraj Amalogam, HGN, members of the Heralds of Good News.
A ministry of and for young adults, Casco Bay Catholics provides an opportunity for participants to grow in faith and friendship
Volunteers at the St. Louis Ecumenical Food Pantry make sure everyone feels welcome
Bishop Deeley will host the 14th Harvest Ball, benefiting the Diocese of Portland's official magazine.
Hope really is the key. By hope, I don’t mean optimism. I mean the virtue of hope.
Each and every one of us is called to live out our baptismal universal call to holiness, but how, exactly, do we live out that call?
Become the evangelizer you were sent to be
The importance of putting God first, followed by family, are lessons Stephen Letourneau, CEO of Catholic Charities Maine, says he learned from his parents, who continue to be his mentors to this day
Catholic Charities Maine's Education Services for Blind and Visually Impaired Children has been serving youths across the state for 48 years.
Nick and Garrett Bernardo continue to live their faith while running a successful sportswear company.
Gene Boyce, who celebrated his 90th birthday in 2022, has been volunteering at the St. Sebastian Thrift Shop in Madison since it welcomed its first customers.
For the first time in 134 years, St. Mary’s Health System in Lewiston will not have a Sister of Charity physically present. Sister Claire Pouliot, SCSH, the sole remaining sister serving there, retired in April 2022.
Father Simon Assogba, SMA, is now serving at the Parish of the Precious Blood in Caribou.
It's not surprising to find Catholic school teachers and staff with decades or even two decades or more of experience.
Father Amandus Sway, AJ, Father Kevin Upham, and Michael Vaughn talk about their service as hospital chaplains at Maine Medical Center in Portland.
Jeannette Belanger, one of the organists of All Saints Parish in Brunswick, recently celebrated her 90th birthday, but she has no intention of quitting the ministry she has done for 41 years.
The Catholic Charities Maine Food Bank says times are tougher than they've ever been
The foundation of the answer is in remembering that God is your judge. Humans look at you and see what you are doing. God looks at you and sees it all: your intention, your desire, your struggles.
In His mercy and love, Our Lord offers us a sacrament to assist us when we are confronted by serious illness or some other serious suffering, the sacrament of the anointing of the sick.
As an outreach coordinator for Catholic Charities Maine Parish Social Ministry, Bill Wood works to engage parishioners in their baptismal call to serve others.