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St. Francis of Assisi Church
81 Court Street, Belfast, Maine 04915
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Saturday, 4 PM
Sunday, 8:30 AM

Our Lady of Good Hope Church
7 Union Street, Camden, Maine 04843
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Parking at Our Lady of Good Hope: Due to a number of complaints, the Camden Police Department has asked parishioners to adhere to the No Parking from Here to Corner signs posted at the corner of Union Street and Belmont Avenue. Illegally parked cars will be ticketed .

Saturday, 4 PM
Sunday, 11 AM

St. Bernard Church
150 Broadway, Rockland, Maine 04841
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Saturday, 6 PM
Sunday, 8 AM
Sunday, 11 AM

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Christmas - 2017
( Holy Day of Obligation )
Nativity Scene

Saint Brendan the Navigator Parish Christmas Masses:


Sunday, December 24th, 2017
Christmas (Vigil) Masses
4 PM St. Francis of Assisi Church (Belfast, ME)
Children's Mass
4 PM Our Lady of Good Hope Church (Camden, ME)
Children's Mass
6 PM St Bernard Church (Rockland, ME)
Children's Mass

Monday, December 25th, 2017
Christmas Masses
Midnight St. Francis of Assisi Church (Belfast, ME)
8 AM St Bernard Church (Rockland, ME)
8:30 AM St. Francis of Assisi Church (Belfast, ME)
11 AM Our Lady of Good Hope Church (Camden, ME)
11 AM St Bernard Church (Rockland, ME)

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Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God
( Holy Day of Obligation )
Nativity Scene

Saint Brendan the Navigator Parish Masses For the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God


Sunday, December 31, 2017 - New Year's Eve
4 PM St. Francis of Assisi Church (Belfast, ME)
4 PM Our Lady of Good Hope Church (Camden, ME)
6 PM St Bernard Church (Rockland, ME)

Monday, January 1, 2018 - New Year's Day
8 AM St Bernard Church (Rockland, ME)
8:30 AM St. Francis of Assisi Church (Belfast, ME)
11 AM Our Lady of Good Hope Church (Camden, ME)
11 AM St Bernard Church (Rockland, ME)

Note: Monday, January 1, 2018 - Because the solemnity falls on a Monday, the precept to attend Mass is abrogated.





St. Bernard Church

150 Broadway, Rockland, Maine 04841

From Route 1 (North of Rockland)

Turn right onto Broadway at the Stella Maris House at the light. The church will be on your left.

From Route 1 (South of Rockland)

Turn left onto Broadway at the Stella Maris House at the light. The church will be on your left.


Our Lady of Good Hope

7 Union Street, Camden, Maine 04843

From Route 1 (North of Camden)

Turn left onto Union Street at the blinking light at the Stop ‘n Go Convenience Store. Bear to your right. Go past the Exxon and the church is two doors up the street on the right.

From Route 1 (South of Camden)

Turn right onto Union Street at the stop sign by the Stop ‘n Go Convenience Store. Stay to your right. Go past the Exxon and the church is two doors up the street on the right.


St. Francis of Assisi

81 Court Street, Belfast, Maine 04915

From the Maine Turnpike (North of Augusta)

Take the first Augusta exit (Belfast - Rt. 3). Continue on Rt. 3 for 44 miles to Belfast. Continue on Rt. 3 until you come to the post office on the right (there are 5 corners at the post office). Turn right onto Church Street and continue until you get to Grove Street. Turn right onto Grove Street and continue for one block to Court Street. Turn left onto Court Street. You will see the church on your left. You can enter using the entrance ramp between the church and rectory.

From the Maine Turnpike (South of Augusta)

Take the last Augusta exit, (Belfast - Rt. 3). Continue on Rt. 3 for 44 miles to Belfast. Continue on Rt. 3 until you come to the post office on the right (there are 5 corners at the post office). Turn right onto Church Street and continue until you get to Grove Street. Turn right onto Grove Street and continue for one block to Court Street. Turn left onto Court Street. You will see the church on your left. You can enter using the entrance ramp between the church and rectory.

From Route 1 (North of Belfast)

Take the Rt. 3 exit ramp. Turn left onto Rt. 3. Continue on Rt. 3 until you come to the post office on the right (there are 5 corners at the post office). Turn right onto Church Street and continue until you get to Grove Street. Turn right onto Grove Street and continue for one block to Court Street. Turn left onto Court Street. You will see the church on your left. You can enter using the entrance ramp between the church and rectory.

From Route 1 (South of Belfast)

Take the Rt. 3 exit ramp, after the traffic light. Turn right onto Rt. 3. Continue on Rt. 3 until you come to the post office on the right (there are 5 corners at the post office). Turn right onto Church Street and continue until you get to Grove Street. Turn right onto Grove Street and continue for one block to Court Street. Turn left onto Court Street. You will see the church on your left. You can enter using the entrance ramp between the church and rectory.


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United through our common connection to the sea, we are called as a people of Catholic faith to follow in Christ's footsteps as he ministered along the Sea of Galilee, serving the human and spiritual needs of others, nurturing and spreading an understanding of our faith to all, sharing our gifts and extending outreach to our own, as well as the greater community, and celebrating worship centered in the Eucharist.

We embrace the vision of Jesus, "...that all may be one."
(The Gospel of John – 17: 21 - New American Bible)