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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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November 2, 2014
Commemoration of
the Faithful Departed
Our Mission
We are the temple of the living God,
transformed by the Spirit into sacred
vessels for the treasure of Christ. Like the
monstrance, we present the love and light
of Christ for all to see. Together, we
become the dwelling place of God.
2609 Park Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32204
Phone: 904-387-2554 • Fax: 904-388-6871
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Web: www.stpauls-jax.org
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Office Hours
Monday-Thursday: 9:30 AM-4:00 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM-2:00 PM
School
Phone: 904-387-2841
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.spsjax.org
Sunday Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil:
4:00 PM
Sunday:
9:00 AM ~11:00 AM ~ 7:00 PM
Weekday Mass Schedule
held in Mary’s Chapel unless noted
Tue: 6:00 PM
Wed: 8:00 AM
(in the Church ~ Schoolchildren attend)
Thu-Fri: 6:00 PM
Confession/Reconciliation
Saturday:
3:15-3:55 PM
Sunday:
8:15-8:55 AM &
10:30-10:55 AM
By appointment ~ schedule
with office.
First Friday of Each Month
5:30 PM Divine Mercy Chaplet;
6:00 PM Mass (both in Church)
Divine Mercy:
Sundays at 3:00 PM in the main church.
Adoration:
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament for 25
minutes following most daily Masses.
Solemn Adoration available in Mary’s
Chapel on Thursdays 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
and on Saturdays 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Contact Patsy or Bill O’Brien to sign up!
Call (904) 343-3259 or email [email protected]
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Commemoration of the Faithful Departed
Ministries
and
Commissions
To schedule a Baptism,
Wedding, or Funeral at
St. Paul’s, please contact
the Church Office.
Church Office
Brandy French 387-2554
School Principal
Kim Repper 387-2841
Choirmaster
Vicar Alex Primavera
322-9815
Altar & Rosary Society
Theresa Fiore 772-7060
Religious Education
Sandra Hull-Richardson
[email protected]
:: Finance Council
Shirley Burns
Knights of Columbus
Mike Lyons
RCIA
Dr. Helen Garrity 264-0007
Parents Aux. President
Beate Rinaman 859-5096
Parish Council
Buster French 422-0904
School Board Chair
Chris Hutto
Parish Nurse
Suzanne Murphy 387-1583
St. Paul’s Guild
June McAdams 387-4905
Monday, November 3
No Mass
From the Desk of the Pastor
EMs: Maria Andreu, Christa Feely,
Ministers of the Word: Dianne Mollica
Altar Servers: William Pease, Jack Pease
All Souls’ Day is unique on the liturgical calendar. Neither a solemnity nor a
feast, this commemoration outranks other feasts and even takes the place
of a Sunday in Ordinary Time, as it does today. Prayer for the dead reaches
deep into our human history, and it has been our custom from the earliest
days of the Church. The belief that our prayers can be of assistance to the
dead is a treasured tenet of our Catholic faith.
Wednesday, November 4th
8:00 a.m.: †Michael Cotter
By: St. Paul’s Parish
For the month of November and today especially, we remember those who
have gone before us to see the Lord. Today we pray for the souls in
purgatory, who are atoning for their sins so that they may one day see the
face of God in heaven. Through the Communion of Saints, we pray for the
souls in purgatory, and they in turn intercede for us once they reach
heaven.
Friday, November 6th
6:00 p.m.: †Gloria Piccione
By: Louis and Victoria Baker
This month, try to pray the Requiem Aeternam at least once a day for those
who have passed away.
Eternal rest grant unto them,
O Lord
And let perpetual light shine
upon them.
May they rest in peace.
Amen.
Sunday Mass – 9:00 a.m.
Thursday, November 5th
6:00 p.m.: †Carlos Medina Corrales
By: The Medina Corrales Family
Saturday, November 7th
4:00 p.m.: Terri French
By: Buster and Brandy French
Sunday, November 8
7:00 p.m.: The Sundy Family
By: Bill and Patsy O’Brien
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Your Comfort is Our Success
Readings for November 9, 2014 – Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
1 Reading: Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12
Psalm: 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9
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2 Reading: 1 Corinthians 3:9c-11,
16-17
Gospel: John 2:13-22
EMs: Anita Thompson, Bobbie Rountree, Caroline
Narramore
Minister of the Word: Carla Begel
Altar Servers: Joanna Michalowski, Lucas Figlietti,
Piper Jones
Sunday Mass – 7:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m.: For the People
Father Sal
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Sunday Mass – 11:00 a.m.
EMs: Paul Sulzbacher, Theresa Fiore, Susan Hamilton
Ministers of the Word: Jessica Munoz
Altar Servers: Maureen Burns, Kelli Burns
9:00 a.m.: †Roger Pelletier
By: Gloria Pelletier
Your Pastor,
Bereavement Luncheons
Debra Capley 384-8882
EMs: Midge Daniell-Hutto, Rodney Brown, Kevin
Murphy
Ministers of the Word: Steve Walker, Annette Page
Altar Servers: Steven McAdams, Nathan McAdams,
Devohn Griggs
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Requiem aeternam dona eis,
Domine
Et lux perpetua luceat eis.
Requiescant in pace.
Amen.
St. Vincent de Paul
553-7644
Baptismal Classes
904-387-2554
Vigil Mass – 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 3
6:00 p.m.: Fr. Ed Murphy
By: The Theobald Family
We do not know the hour when God will call us home, yet our whole lives
are lived waiting to discover what home with God looks like. Today’s
readings call us to be conscious of our relationship with God as Father and
Jesus as Divine Son. As we nurture and grow our relationship with God here
on earth, so we will reap the benefits after we pass into the next life.
Weekend of November 8th & 9th
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Ministry Schedule
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P.O. Box 37068 • 32236-7068
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Saint Paul’s Parish Notices
Catechists Needed!
Weekend of October 26, 2014
Do you enjoy working with children and
sharing your faith? Our CCD program is
looking for volunteer catechists. No
previous
experience
necessary—we
provide you with the lesson plans. For
more information, contact Sandra Hull at
[email protected] or Brandy at
387-2554.
Offertory for all Masses: $ 7,526.00
The budget to support both the
church and school is $12,000.00 in
offertory each week. Please pray for
St. Paul’s that this goal is met.
Renovation Fund: $ 1,766.00
Notice: Catholic Travel Agency Scam
The USCCB has issued a warning against Fr.
Anthony Nachef, a Melkite Greek Catholic
priest who has been excommunicated. Fr.
Nachef runs a travel agency in
Massachusetts. The Eparchial Bishop of
Newton,
Massachusetts
issued
this
statement: “Fr. Nachef is not in good
standing with the Church and cannot
celebrate the liturgy in public, but rather is
attempting to promote the business of his
�Catholic’ travel agency through the use of
his priesthood.” Any trips or pilgrimages
with Fr. Nachef should be avoided. For
more information, call the Office of the
Bishop of the Eparchy of Newton at 617323-9921.
Is God Calling You to a Vocation?
If you feel called to the vocation of the
priesthood or religious life, or are
discerning your life’s work and would
like to speak to someone in the
Vocations Office, please give Fr. Sal a
call at the parish office, 387-2554. Fr.
Sal is on the Vocations Team for the
Diocese of St. Augustine and would be
happy to help you discern your
vocation.
Thank you for your
generous contributions
remember to vote
November 4th!
2014 Anniversary Celebration
Couples observing a 25 , 30 , 35 , 40 ,
45 , 50 , or more wedding anniversary
between January 1-December 31, 2014
are invited to participate in the 2014
Anniversary Celebration with Bishop
Felipe EstГ©vez on Saturday, November
22, 2014, 1:00 p.m. at Christ the King
Catholic Church, 742 Arlington Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32211. The celebration
includes Mass at 1:00 p.m. and a
reception to follow. There is no cost to
attend. You may register online at
www.dcfl.org or by calling 904-551-2619
by November 17.
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Diocesan and Parish Announcements
Book of the Dead & All Souls Envelopes
The Knights of
Columbus
Council
# 15132
Coffee & Bagels
In the Auditorium
After the 9:00 a.m. Mass
Interested in becoming a Knight?
Contact Eric Tatum at 904-607-6260 or
[email protected]
There’s still time to get
advance tickets to our Jaguars
London Pub Party! See the
flyer in today’s bulletin!
For the month of November, we will have our
Book of the Dead on display for prayers.
Please do not write in this book. If you have a
loved one you wish to include with the names
of the deceased on the altar, you may find
blank envelopes on the tables by the
entrances of the church. You can fill out an
envelope and place it in the collection basket.
St. Paul’s Guild Meeting
The monthly meeting of St. Paul’s Guild
will be this Tuesday, November 4th, at
6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium. The
program will be addressing Christmas
cards for our servicemen and –women
and for our loved ones in nursing
homes. Bring your Christmas cards! We
look forward to the pleasure of your
company!
Save the Date!
Christ Renews His Parish is a parish
renewal program that is supported by
the United States Conference of
Catholic Bishops and has been used
in over 1,000 Catholic parishes since
1989. We are bringing the program
here to St. Paul’s! Here are the spring
retreat dates:
CRHP for Women Only
Saturday, January 24, 2015
CRHP for Men Only
Saturday, February 21, 2015
Both retreat sessions will be held in the
Auditorium. More information will be
announced in the coming months.
St. Vincent de Paul
To give thanks for all that God has
given you, have you considered
answering the call to help serve the
poor by joining the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul? Call 553-7644 if you
are interested in helping.
If you or anyone you know might be
able to give a disabled man who lives
off Timuquana Road a ride to Mass,
please call us!
St. Paul’s School and Parish Notices
St. Paul’s Important
Dates
Recurring Events
• Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Baptismal
Classes (registration required)
• Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m. RCIA in the library
• First Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. St. Paul’s
Guild
• Second Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
Knights of Columbus
•Thursdays, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Solemn Adoration in Mary’s Chapel
• First Friday, 5:30 p.m. Divine Mercy
Chaplet; 6:00 p.m. Mass followed by
Family Night Pot Luck Supper
• Saturdays, 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Solemn Adoration in Mary’s Chapel
• Third Sunday, after 9:00 a.m. Mass,
Knights of Columbus Big Breakfast
• Sundays, 10:00 a.m. CCD classes in
the school
• First & Last Sunday of the month,
10:00 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Gift Shop open
November 1: All Saints’ Day;
obligation abrogated
November 1: 5:30-7:00 p.m. Fr.
Sal’s lecture on Holy Matrimony
November 2: 10:00 a.m.-12:45
p.m. Precious Gifts of St. Paul’s
open for business
November 7: First Friday Soup
Supper to benefit St. Vincent de
Paul
November 8: 5:30-7:00 p.m. Fr.
Sal’s lecture on Anointing of the
Sick
Want to look further ahead on the
church calendar? Visit our website at
www.stpauls-jax.org to access the
entire church calendar and check for
updates.
Fr. Sal’s Fall Lecture Series:
Exploring the
Seven Sacraments
Fr. Sal will be offering a seven-part lecture series
this fall focusing on each of the seven sacraments.
The lectures will be on Saturdays after the 4:00
p.m. Mass, from approximately 5:30 p.m.-7:00
p.m. in the parish hall. All lectures are free and
open to the public. The schedule is also posted on
the notice board at the back of the church.
November 1
Holy Matrimony
November 8
Anointing of the Sick
November 29
Holy Orders
Indulgences for November
Special indulgences can be obtained for the souls in purgatory
during the month of November. Those seeking indulgences
must be in a state of grace, meaning they must have received
the sacrament of Reconciliation, the sacrament of the Eucharist,
prayed for the intentions of the pope, and be detached from sin.
These conditions must be met within 20 days before or after
the indulgenced act.
A plenary indulgence may be gained by piously visiting a
church on November 2nd and reciting the Creed and the Lord’s
Prayer. (These prayers must be in addition to the regular
Sunday obligation to Mass.)
A partial indulgence may be obtained by visiting a cemetery and
praying for the departed. A plenary indulgence may be
obtained by visiting a cemetery and praying for the departed
each day between November 1-November 8.
A partial indulgence can be obtained by praying the Requiem
Aeternam, or Eternal Rest, prayer: “Eternal rest grant to them,
O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May the souls
of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in
peace. Amen.”
These indulgences all apply to the souls in purgatory, not to
your own soul.
St. Paul’s Family Choir
If you can carry a tune, like to sing, are a
professional singer, or would like to learn to
sing in a group for the honor and glory of God
in our parish, please call the Choirmaster,
Vicar Alex Primavera, at 322-9815, for
scheduled rehearsals and events.
Ages 11-100+ are welcome!
Marriage Preparation
To schedule a wedding, an engaged couple must
meet with their parish priest or deacon at least 8
months before their proposed wedding date.
Preparation for the sacrament includes attending
a diocesan program, such as Engaged Encounter
or Pre-Cana, and completing the FOCCUS
inventory. All couples of child-bearing age will
also need to take a full course of Natural Family
Planning. Pre-registration for each of these
programs is mandatory. The next Engaged
Encounter program will be held November 14-16
at Marywood Retreat and Conference Center. The
next Pre-Cana program will be December 13th at
St. Matthew’s. For more information about the
diocesan requirements or to register for any of
the diocesan programs, please visit www.dcfl.org
or call 308-7474.
St. Paul’s Precious Gifts Store
Open this Sunday from
10:00 a.m.-12:45 p.m.!
All of November we’ll have our Christmas
items on special for 10% off, and we’ll have
in-store demonstrations on how to
decorate your Christmas packages using
some inexpensive items in the gift shop
that will make your Christmas gifts even
more special.
As always, we have a beautiful selection
of rosaries, including the rosaries Fr. Sal
brought back from Rome. Get yours
before they are all gone!
We also have handmade angel earrings
that would make wonderful gifts for
yourself or a female friend or relative.
Our first shipment of Christmas items has
arrived and more will be arriving at the
end of November!
Come and check us out this Sunday!
Baptismal Classes
The next baptismal class will be held
November
11th
at
7:30
p.m.
Registration is required to attend. Call
the Parish Office at 387-2554 for more
information or to register for class.
The Diocese of Saint Augustine treats all allegations of
sexual misconduct seriously and deals with all
allegations in a prompt, confidential, and thorough
manner. To Report Abuse: Diocesan Victim Assistance
Coordinator (904) 262-3200, ext. 129, or Department
of Children and Families, 1-800-96ABUSE.
Bishop John J. Snyder High School
Parents, you are invited to "BJS 101" on
Thursday, November 13th, from 9:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. This is an adult-only tour for
parents of prospective students who are
interested in learning more about the
college-preparatory Catholic education
offered at Bishop John J. Snyder High
School. Join us by calling Mary Anne Briggs
at 904-908-8964 to RSVP.
Prayer Requests
Please pray for our loved ones that may be ill in
the hospital, hospice, or at home.
Oscar Andal
Kaz Milewski
Alfred Angilello
Maria Milewski
Tammy Baggett
Janet Misora
Stanley Baron
Abigail Monteith
Debbie Beaulieu
David Myers
Joanne Beerma
Jola Myslek
Diane Bradford
Joe Newcomer
David Brooks
Frank Ondrejko
Ed Brown
Jason Ott
Ruth Brown
Landun Parino
Barbara Burns
Stephen Pearson
Kate Burns
Gary Pettigrew
Evelyn Capan
Jennifer Lobrano Pluff
Christina Cassara
Elizabeth Rauze
Lauren Clark
Marta Reidel
Bryan Collinsworth
Rita J. Roberts
Sarah Connor
John Roemer
Janet Cook
Dorothy Rountree
Nancy Couse
Tommy Ryan
Debbie Curtis-Maury
Mary Sanford
Betty Donnelly
Mary Schmitt
Jolene Flynn
Robert Sena
Tom Fry
James Simonelli
Timothy Geinosky
Robert Skipper
Ed Gorey
Jeanette Sowers
Emma Haywood
Pete Starling
Violetta Hankle
Aline Stomfay-Stitz
Mariel Rose Henn
Ronnie George Tanner
Margaret Hinckley
James Taylor
Robert Hoag
John Taylor
Andrew Holt
Dr. Joe Tepas
Brenda Jackson
Roland Triozzi
Rachel Kasiska
Michael Valarinos
Gary Kein
Joan Waller
Bernice Kelly
William Bret Warren
Sawyer J. Kennedy
Janice Watkins
Dr. Vincent Kerr
Gladys White
Sheryl La Davia
John Whittaker
Louis Lamb
Doris Wiggins
Richard Lester
David Wilkins
Paula Luke
Janice R. Williams
Tara Lundy
Tommy Willis
Adeline Lyons
Michael Wilson
Ron Masucci
Brett Wingard
J.T. McGuire
Pat Wordsman
Paul Zuke
School News
Please pray for the protection of these men
and women who courageously serve our
nation.
Bernard D. Aulage, USA
Mark Barton, USA
Martin Basham, USNG
Todd Bonham, USN
Christopher Brinkley,
USMC
Kevin Brown, USA
Stephan Brown, USMC
Michael Burnett, USNG
Miriam Craft, USAF
Van Cumming, USMC
Alex Deveney, USA
Jessica Dostie, USA
Betsy Evans, USA
Brian Flick, USN
Rodney Grant, USA
Reserves
Johnny Griffiths, USAF
Julianna Howe, Civ.
John Jacobs, USN
Thomas Ian Kennedy, USAF
Chris Mannion, USN
Justin Lee Moredock,
USAF Reserves
Noah Owens, USMC
Larry Patrick, USN
James Pimentel, USA
Donald Roberts, USA
Princess Russell, USN
Michael Schmidt, USN
Michael Steels, USMC
Kyle Strickland, USN
William J. Staley, USAF
Charles Totten, USCG
Daniel Weaver, USA
Brian Zwicker, USAF
Please pray for our loved ones who have gone
to sleep in Christ this year.
October 2013
Carlos Medina Corrales
Debbie Bisson
November 2013
H.M. Murray
January 2014
Theresa Greboski
Gerri Dasher
Rose Ghanayem
Vicky Shashy
March 2014
Vollie Dunlap
April 2014
Dorothy Macher
Col. John Lippincott
Phil Melancon
May 2014
Lois McNally
Gloria Pelletier
Dennis Pearson
June 2014
Maria Torres
Judith S. Stemmer
July 2014
Robert Wagner
Peggy Ayers
September 2014
Chris Burke
Carl Skidmore
Dan Balogh
If you have family or friends who are active military, are sick or homebound, or who have gone home to be with
the Lord, please call the Parish Office at 387-2554 to have their names added to the lists.
St. Paul’s Fall Carnival!
November 15th 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
$10,000 RAFFLE!
St. Paul’s School is hosting a Reverse Raffle with a Grand Prize of $10,000! Only 299
tickets will be offered. Ticket number 300 will be held and auctioned off at the carnival on
November 15. All during the day on the 15th, tickets will be pulled until one remains in the
bin. At that time, ticket number 300 will be auctioned off and the remaining ticketholder
and the auctioned ticketholder can agree to split the $10,000, or we draw the one winner!
Tickets are available now in the school office for a donation of $100. Last year, we sold
400 tickets; this year, we only need to sell 299! The school office is open Monday through
Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Good luck and thank you for supporting our school!
St. Paul’s School Annual Gala & Auction – Save the Date!
Save the date to support our school with a Mardi Gras-themed night of food and
fun! Our gala is always a blast and is a great way to have a fun night out while
supporting our school. This year’s gala will be:
Saturday, February 7th
St. Paul’s Auditorium
2609 Park Street
More information will be announced in the coming months. Mark your calendars!
Congratulations to Our St. Paul’s Alumni!
The following students from our parish and school have achieved academic honors at
Bishop Kenny High School for the first quarter of the school year:
President’s Honor Roll
Harper Bradford
Alexus Forshee
Anastasia Hale
Grace Nast
Principal’s Honor Roll
Dalton Board
Lauren Gyland
Brianna Boles
Hayden Keeney
Max Clark
Aaron McAdams
Coker Coleman
Andres Miranda
Barbara Crutchfield
Blake Parker
Peyton Crutchfield
Elizabeth Yuvienco
Prayer Requests
Please pray for our loved ones that may be ill in
the hospital, hospice, or at home.
Oscar Andal
Kaz Milewski
Alfred Angilello
Maria Milewski
Tammy Baggett
Janet Misora
Stanley Baron
Abigail Monteith
Debbie Beaulieu
David Myers
Joanne Beerma
Jola Myslek
Diane Bradford
Joe Newcomer
David Brooks
Frank Ondrejko
Ed Brown
Jason Ott
Ruth Brown
Landun Parino
Barbara Burns
Stephen Pearson
Kate Burns
Gary Pettigrew
Evelyn Capan
Jennifer Lobrano Pluff
Christina Cassara
Elizabeth Rauze
Lauren Clark
Marta Reidel
Bryan Collinsworth
Rita J. Roberts
Sarah Connor
John Roemer
Janet Cook
Dorothy Rountree
Nancy Couse
Tommy Ryan
Debbie Curtis-Maury
Mary Sanford
Betty Donnelly
Mary Schmitt
Jolene Flynn
Robert Sena
Tom Fry
James Simonelli
Timothy Geinosky
Robert Skipper
Ed Gorey
Jeanette Sowers
Emma Haywood
Pete Starling
Violetta Hankle
Aline Stomfay-Stitz
Mariel Rose Henn
Ronnie George Tanner
Margaret Hinckley
James Taylor
Robert Hoag
John Taylor
Andrew Holt
Dr. Joe Tepas
Brenda Jackson
Roland Triozzi
Rachel Kasiska
Michael Valarinos
Gary Kein
Joan Waller
Bernice Kelly
William Bret Warren
Sawyer J. Kennedy
Janice Watkins
Dr. Vincent Kerr
Gladys White
Sheryl La Davia
John Whittaker
Louis Lamb
Doris Wiggins
Richard Lester
David Wilkins
Paula Luke
Janice R. Williams
Tara Lundy
Tommy Willis
Adeline Lyons
Michael Wilson
Ron Masucci
Brett Wingard
J.T. McGuire
Pat Wordsman
Paul Zuke
School News
Please pray for the protection of these men
and women who courageously serve our
nation.
Bernard D. Aulage, USA
Mark Barton, USA
Martin Basham, USNG
Todd Bonham, USN
Christopher Brinkley,
USMC
Kevin Brown, USA
Stephan Brown, USMC
Michael Burnett, USNG
Miriam Craft, USAF
Van Cumming, USMC
Alex Deveney, USA
Jessica Dostie, USA
Betsy Evans, USA
Brian Flick, USN
Rodney Grant, USA
Reserves
Johnny Griffiths, USAF
Julianna Howe, Civ.
John Jacobs, USN
Thomas Ian Kennedy, USAF
Chris Mannion, USN
Justin Lee Moredock,
USAF Reserves
Noah Owens, USMC
Larry Patrick, USN
James Pimentel, USA
Donald Roberts, USA
Princess Russell, USN
Michael Schmidt, USN
Michael Steels, USMC
Kyle Strickland, USN
William J. Staley, USAF
Charles Totten, USCG
Daniel Weaver, USA
Brian Zwicker, USAF
Please pray for our loved ones who have gone
to sleep in Christ this year.
October 2013
Carlos Medina Corrales
Debbie Bisson
November 2013
H.M. Murray
January 2014
Theresa Greboski
Gerri Dasher
Rose Ghanayem
Vicky Shashy
March 2014
Vollie Dunlap
April 2014
Dorothy Macher
Col. John Lippincott
Phil Melancon
May 2014
Lois McNally
Gloria Pelletier
Dennis Pearson
June 2014
Maria Torres
Judith S. Stemmer
July 2014
Robert Wagner
Peggy Ayers
September 2014
Chris Burke
Carl Skidmore
Dan Balogh
If you have family or friends who are active military, are sick or homebound, or who have gone home to be with
the Lord, please call the Parish Office at 387-2554 to have their names added to the lists.
St. Paul’s Fall Carnival!
November 15th 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
$10,000 RAFFLE!
St. Paul’s School is hosting a Reverse Raffle with a Grand Prize of $10,000! Only 299
tickets will be offered. Ticket number 300 will be held and auctioned off at the carnival on
November 15. All during the day on the 15th, tickets will be pulled until one remains in the
bin. At that time, ticket number 300 will be auctioned off and the remaining ticketholder
and the auctioned ticketholder can agree to split the $10,000, or we draw the one winner!
Tickets are available now in the school office for a donation of $100. Last year, we sold
400 tickets; this year, we only need to sell 299! The school office is open Monday through
Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Good luck and thank you for supporting our school!
St. Paul’s School Annual Gala & Auction – Save the Date!
Save the date to support our school with a Mardi Gras-themed night of food and
fun! Our gala is always a blast and is a great way to have a fun night out while
supporting our school. This year’s gala will be:
Saturday, February 7th
St. Paul’s Auditorium
2609 Park Street
More information will be announced in the coming months. Mark your calendars!
Congratulations to Our St. Paul’s Alumni!
The following students from our parish and school have achieved academic honors at
Bishop Kenny High School for the first quarter of the school year:
President’s Honor Roll
Harper Bradford
Alexus Forshee
Anastasia Hale
Grace Nast
Principal’s Honor Roll
Dalton Board
Lauren Gyland
Brianna Boles
Hayden Keeney
Max Clark
Aaron McAdams
Coker Coleman
Andres Miranda
Barbara Crutchfield
Blake Parker
Peyton Crutchfield
Elizabeth Yuvienco
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Commemoration of the Faithful Departed
Ministries
and
Commissions
To schedule a Baptism,
Wedding, or Funeral at
St. Paul’s, please contact
the Church Office.
Church Office
Brandy French 387-2554
School Principal
Kim Repper 387-2841
Choirmaster
Vicar Alex Primavera
322-9815
Altar & Rosary Society
Theresa Fiore 772-7060
Religious Education
Sandra Hull-Richardson
[email protected]
:: Finance Council
Shirley Burns
Knights of Columbus
Mike Lyons
RCIA
Dr. Helen Garrity 264-0007
Parents Aux. President
Beate Rinaman 859-5096
Parish Council
Buster French 422-0904
School Board Chair
Chris Hutto
Parish Nurse
Suzanne Murphy 387-1583
St. Paul’s Guild
June McAdams 387-4905
Monday, November 3
No Mass
From the Desk of the Pastor
EMs: Maria Andreu, Christa Feely,
Ministers of the Word: Dianne Mollica
Altar Servers: William Pease, Jack Pease
All Souls’ Day is unique on the liturgical calendar. Neither a solemnity nor a
feast, this commemoration outranks other feasts and even takes the place
of a Sunday in Ordinary Time, as it does today. Prayer for the dead reaches
deep into our human history, and it has been our custom from the earliest
days of the Church. The belief that our prayers can be of assistance to the
dead is a treasured tenet of our Catholic faith.
Wednesday, November 4th
8:00 a.m.: †Michael Cotter
By: St. Paul’s Parish
For the month of November and today especially, we remember those who
have gone before us to see the Lord. Today we pray for the souls in
purgatory, who are atoning for their sins so that they may one day see the
face of God in heaven. Through the Communion of Saints, we pray for the
souls in purgatory, and they in turn intercede for us once they reach
heaven.
Friday, November 6th
6:00 p.m.: †Gloria Piccione
By: Louis and Victoria Baker
This month, try to pray the Requiem Aeternam at least once a day for those
who have passed away.
Eternal rest grant unto them,
O Lord
And let perpetual light shine
upon them.
May they rest in peace.
Amen.
Sunday Mass – 9:00 a.m.
Thursday, November 5th
6:00 p.m.: †Carlos Medina Corrales
By: The Medina Corrales Family
Saturday, November 7th
4:00 p.m.: Terri French
By: Buster and Brandy French
Sunday, November 8
7:00 p.m.: The Sundy Family
By: Bill and Patsy O’Brien
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Readings for November 9, 2014 – Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
1 Reading: Ezekiel 47:1-2, 8-9, 12
Psalm: 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9
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J. Daniel Griffin
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2 Reading: 1 Corinthians 3:9c-11,
16-17
Gospel: John 2:13-22
EMs: Anita Thompson, Bobbie Rountree, Caroline
Narramore
Minister of the Word: Carla Begel
Altar Servers: Joanna Michalowski, Lucas Figlietti,
Piper Jones
Sunday Mass – 7:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m.: For the People
Father Sal
st
Sunday Mass – 11:00 a.m.
EMs: Paul Sulzbacher, Theresa Fiore, Susan Hamilton
Ministers of the Word: Jessica Munoz
Altar Servers: Maureen Burns, Kelli Burns
9:00 a.m.: †Roger Pelletier
By: Gloria Pelletier
Your Pastor,
Bereavement Luncheons
Debra Capley 384-8882
EMs: Midge Daniell-Hutto, Rodney Brown, Kevin
Murphy
Ministers of the Word: Steve Walker, Annette Page
Altar Servers: Steven McAdams, Nathan McAdams,
Devohn Griggs
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Requiem aeternam dona eis,
Domine
Et lux perpetua luceat eis.
Requiescant in pace.
Amen.
St. Vincent de Paul
553-7644
Baptismal Classes
904-387-2554
Vigil Mass – 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 3
6:00 p.m.: Fr. Ed Murphy
By: The Theobald Family
We do not know the hour when God will call us home, yet our whole lives
are lived waiting to discover what home with God looks like. Today’s
readings call us to be conscious of our relationship with God as Father and
Jesus as Divine Son. As we nurture and grow our relationship with God here
on earth, so we will reap the benefits after we pass into the next life.
Weekend of November 8th & 9th
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Commemoration of
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Our Mission
We are the temple of the living God,
transformed by the Spirit into sacred
vessels for the treasure of Christ. Like the
monstrance, we present the love and light
of Christ for all to see. Together, we
become the dwelling place of God.
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Email: [email protected]
Web: www.spsjax.org
Sunday Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil:
4:00 PM
Sunday:
9:00 AM ~11:00 AM ~ 7:00 PM
Weekday Mass Schedule
held in Mary’s Chapel unless noted
Tue: 6:00 PM
Wed: 8:00 AM
(in the Church ~ Schoolchildren attend)
Thu-Fri: 6:00 PM
Confession/Reconciliation
Saturday:
3:15-3:55 PM
Sunday:
8:15-8:55 AM &
10:30-10:55 AM
By appointment ~ schedule
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First Friday of Each Month
5:30 PM Divine Mercy Chaplet;
6:00 PM Mass (both in Church)
Divine Mercy:
Sundays at 3:00 PM in the main church.
Adoration:
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament for 25
minutes following most daily Masses.
Solemn Adoration available in Mary’s
Chapel on Thursdays 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
and on Saturdays 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Contact Patsy or Bill O’Brien to sign up!
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