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Father Paul Dumais: ‘Your Vocation Is That Vocation That Will Cause You to Love the Most’

Discussion in 'Cooking and Culinary Arts' started by Michie, Feb 23, 2021.

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    Caring for others and giving them comfort has always been an important drive for me,” said Father Paul Dumais, “and food is an excellent way to make that happen.”

    Father Paul Dumais (photo: Father Paul Dumais)

    The pastor of two rural Maine parishes — St. Rose of Lima in Jay and St. Joseph in Farmington — Father Paul Dumais was born and raised in Mattawaska, the northernmost town in the state. Located in the St. John River Valley near Canada, his community and town had been profoundly Catholic since the French Acadian settlers arrived, Father said.

    “The Daughters of Wisdom came in the early 20th century,” he said. “Public schools were built on the parish property and the towns were named after the parishes. … We had and still do offer release time from public schools in the middle of the school day to go to the parish for religious education.” When he attended grade school, he did not know anyone who was not Catholic, but since then, he said that the community profile has changed. Note: “The first public school opened in a building built by the parish so the Brothers of the Sacred Heart could come and teach.”

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    Father Paul Dumais: ‘Your Vocation Is That Vocation That Will Cause You to Love the Most’
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