Father John Skehan, pastor of St. Michael parish, in Augusta, brings smiles to those attending drive-through confessions with his special face mask. Drive-through confessions are being offered at many Maine parishes. To see the list, visit www.portlanddiocese.org/drive-through-confessions. The schedule is updated frequently.
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