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Rev. Frank J. Murray

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Director, Office of Seminarians

Phone: (207) ***-****  
Local Address:  Maine , United States
Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland
510 Ocean Avenue P.O. 11559
Portland , Maine 04104
United States

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Employment History

  • Pastor
    All Saints Parish
  • St. Philip's Member
    Auburn Catholic Community Online
  • Pastor
    Auburn Catholic Community Online
  • Pastor
    Pastoral Council
  • St. Philip's Member
    Pastoral Council
  • Pastor

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
Directory of Maine Catholic Schools | Diocese of Portland, 5 July 2015 [cached]
Pastor: Rev. Frank J. Murray Telephone Number: 207-725-2624 Fax Number: 207-725-4436
Father Frank ..., 28 Dec 2013 [cached]
Father Frank Murray Director, Office of Seminarians
Fr. Francis Murray had come on ..., 11 Feb 2015 [cached]
Fr. Francis Murray had come on as an assistant pastor.
During the pastorate of Fr. Francis J. Murray, (1979-1990) our parish celebrated its 125th anniversary. It was under his leadership that lay ministry with the parish began to blossom. After the second Vatican Council in the late 1960s, lay people were encouraged to assume positions of leadership within the church. Fr. Murray quoted St. Paul: "There are different ministries, but the same Lord; there are different works but the same God who accomplishes all of them in everyone. Many commissions and ministries began to form and take root within the parish. A Parish Council was formed. It was made up of five commissions: Administrations, Worship, Christian Service, Parish Activities and Education.
The first half of Fr. Murray's pastorate was focused on strengthening the faith and fellowship with St. Johns parish family. Programs such as Parish Renewal Weekends, Families for Prayer, Renew and Cursillo, all helped to forma vibrant and active parish. In the mid 1980s, we began to look at renewing our parish facilities. In 1984, the church was totally redecorated to better reflect the liturgical changed and additional ministries added after Vatican II. The old convent was torn down and an administration building and parish social center erected in 1986. The building now provides space for our parish office staff as well as a place to gather our community for meetings and social gatherings. Following his retirement, Fr. Murray continued to make his home in Jackson as our our Pastor Emeritus until his death June 2, 2014.
In 1981, St. Johns was blessed by the addition of Sister Eileen Souva, O.P. She started her ministry here as Director of Religious Education. Primarily, her duties were helping children and parents prepare for the Sacraments of first Eucharist, first Penance, and Confirmation. In September of 1991, Sr. Eileen began her ministry as Pastoral Associate. She attended to many needs of parishioners, especially the elderly and shut-ins. Also under her umbrella, were Baptism of babies and working with persons who asked to have their marriages annulled. Sr. Eileen served our parish until her retirement in 2007. She continues to be much loved and missed.
In December of 1987, Deacon Joseph Kratofil became the first Permanent Deacon of St. John Parish. Over the past 20 years, he has served our parish in the areas of hospital ministry and visitation of shut-ins.
Priests from the Diocese of ..., 5 July 2015 [cached]
Priests from the Diocese of Portland included Father Frank Murray, pastor of All Saints Parish, of which Our Lady Queen of Peace is a part; Father Fred Morse, a parochial vicar at All Saints; Father Louis Phillips and Father Timothy Nadeau, who vested Father Cartwright at his ordination Mass; Father Innocent Okozi; and Father Joseph Daniels.
Auburn Catholic Community Direct, 14 Oct 2008 [cached]
Rev. Frank Murray, Pastor 782-8096 ext 103
Rev. Frank Murray, Pastor ext. 103
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