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    The National Eucharistic Revival
    Please visit our Eucharist Revival page for more information by clicking HERE.


    ….Can you hear it?

    Mass has ended, friends meet in the narthex or the halls of Holy Spirit Parish to enjoy one another’s company, to share how God has influenced their week, and to allow others who would enjoy more “one-on-one” time with God to continue to sit and pray in silence, in Jesus’ presence. Thank you so much for helping to provide that Sacred Silence for our fellow parishioners who are still connecting with God through prayer at the end of each Mass. Please be that example for others, as we deepen our relationship with God and our community. So much can be communicated through the beauty of Sacred Silence.

    Attention New Parishioners and Existing!
      To UPDATE your contact information or, if you are a new parishioner looking to signup, Visit our 'I'M New' tab above and fill out the Online form or click the link to print a manual form, which you can fill out and bring to the parish office.

    • Reading 1  Gn 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18
      Responsorial Psalm  Ps 116:10, 15, 16-17, 18-19
      Reading 2  Rom 8:31b-34
      Gospel  Mk 9:2-10
  • March 3-5,
    Holy Spirit Parish will hold a Lenten Eucharistic Revival Retreat featuring nationally known speaker and author Deacon Matt Halbach.

       The retreat will begin on Sunday, March 3, at St. Martha at 3 PM and is intended for parishioners of every age. The Sunday event will include Mass, followed by a parish dinner sponsored by the Kennebunk Knights of Columbus. Days two and three of the retreat will be held at both church sites each day – after the 8 AM Mass at St. Mary, and at St. Martha beginning with Mass at 6 PM. .

      Please plan to join us for this three-day retreat. It will help us all to take some time from our busy lives and reflect on what it means to be Eucharist-centered disciples of Jesus. If planning on joining us for the dinner on Sunday, please RSVP by calling Judy at St. Mary (646-5605), Rosanne at St. Martha (985-6252), or e-mailing Carolyn at [email protected].
    For more information click this link:


    Holy Spirit Parish Mission Statement
       Holy Spirit Parish is a welcoming and caring Roman Catholic community. It is grounded in Eucharistic faith and enthusiastically lives and embraces the values modeled by Jesus Christ. As a community of believers, Holy Spirit Parish is committed to:
    • Ongoing faith formation
    • Life-long spiritual growth
    • Nurturing and sharing our gifts for the common good

    Baptism: To register, contact Rosanne Smith at (207) 985-6252 or
    [email protected].

    Reconciliation: Saturdays, 3-3:30 PM, at St Martha & St. Mary Churches (appointments may also be made by calling the office of either church).

    Matrimony: Pastor must be contacted six months prior to the desired wedding date.

    Sacrament of the Sick: 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 207-646-5605 or 207-985-6252.

    Parish Mission, Vision, and Values

    MISSION: We inspire, serve, and support people to be true followers of Jesus Christ. 

    VISION: Holy Spirit Parish is a welcoming, unified, and vibrant Christ-centered Catholic community. 

    UNITY: Our parish is one body in Christ.
    FAITH: We nurture the seeds of faith that we received in Baptism. 
    LOVE: We are warm and loving; Christ-like. We care, give, and share. 
    ENGAGEMENT: Every parishioner finds opportunities to be engaged in the life of the parish. 
    INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY: We seek unique solutions for the challenges that face us. We are not limited by what we've done before.


  • Rosanne Smith at;
    [email protected]
    Judy Hyotte at;
    [email protected]