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      Dear friend:

      Welcome to the website of Prince of Peace Parish, Lewiston, Maine.  We are a Roman Catholic community with roots that go back to 1857.  Since that time, we have given witness of our faith in Jesus Christ by our worship, the formation of young people and adults, and our service to the community.  I hope this site will help you get to know us better and, in so doing, discover something new about the Good News Jesus shares with the world.
       
      Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to learn more about how we can help you on your journey of faith.  We intend to be a school of prayer for the people of our times.  We have many opportunities to help you grow in your spiritual life.  Please join us on the Lord’s Day, Sunday or Saturday evening, to give thanks to God for the blessings you have received.  The Eucharist is the source and summit of everything we do.  We hope you will join us in offering praise to God.  May the Lord be close to you as you explore this site dedicated to the Author of peace.

      Sincerely yours,

      Fr. Marc B. Caron
      Pastor 
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      • October 9, 2014 | by Rev. Aaron Damboise
        This is the third homily in my series entitled “Trust in God-No Matter What!” In the first two homilies, we looked at the lives of St. Lorenzo Ruiz and St. Bede. Today we will explore the life of a man whom some have called “the man of the century”-St. John Paull II
      • October 5, 2014 | by Rev. Aaron Damboise
        I recently began a new homily series on trust. Remember the example of St. Lorenzo Ruiz. He experienced torment by being held upside down by a rope. Remember that he was told by his torturer that if he renounced Christ, the torture would be ended. Lorenzo responded, of course, by saying even if he had a thousand lives to give, he would give them all for Christ. Those were real words of trust.)
      • September 28, 2014 | by Rev. Aaron Damboise
        (Last Sunday, I finished a seven part Homily series on Finding our Place is God’s World.) In the final homily, I mentioned two steps to overcoming envy. The third step, however, is a little bigger than the first two, and I felt is deserved another series all its own. That third step involves something very difficult: trust!
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      • Nov 8, 2014
        8:30 AM
        The Diocese of Portland is proud to present the 4th Annual Maine Catholic Women’s Conference: Discovering the Feminine Genius!
      • Nov 8, 2014
        9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
        Basic Gospel message and sacraments highlight the basic Church teachings on having a relationship with God. Retreat is required for parents whose children are receiving sacrament of Baptism.
      • Nov 11, 2014
        6:30 PM
        This is the eleventh year that Prince of Peace Parish offers the “We Remember and Give Thanks” evening of refection, honoring those who have served and those who are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces.
      • Nov 14-16, 2014
        A Rachel's Vineyard retreat offers the post-abortive parent or relative the opportunity to deal with the loss and lovingly give meaning to the short life of the baby. The next retreat is November 14-16 in southern Maine. The registration deadline is Monday, November 10.
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