There will be only one Mass at 9:00 a.m. on Monday May 25, 2015. Please come and joins us as we remember those who died in war.
Please pray for the following:
For St. Paul School and Church
For Susie and all children battling cancer.
For Ivan Esteves, Frank Peck, Frank Cervetti & all having health issues. John Sax & all serving in the military.
For an increase in love and knowledge of the Catholic Faith and for all who teach it.
For a growth in the devotion of the five first Saturdays and nine first Fridays in reparation for sin.
For all those entering the Church and receiving the sacraments may their hearts be open.
For a peaceful death and quick entrance into heaven for all those who will die this month.
For all those on our prayer list
For our Holy Father and all priests, deacons & religious, their intentions, protection & guidance.
Thanks to David and Patricia Mentgen for providing the lamb and Vernon Simoneaux for cooking it; to Larry Hodges for all you do in setting up and music, Emilie and Dan Michael for decorating the tables and providing the wine and parsley, Ann Dotson for taking care of the eggs, Ray and Pat Cuthberson for providing horseradish, Ken and Janice Argroves for the haroset, which is an expensive recipe. Thanks also to the participants including our Pastor Fr. Johnnie, Fr. Herbert, Deacon Terry, and Sarah McKinley.
A special thanks to the children that participated, and those who assisted in serving and stayed to help with clean up. The Seder Meal was a Spiritual experience and huge success for everyone who came and participated. Thanks to all who accepted the invitation to share the event. It could not exist without you. In addition, a special thanks to Ruth Brooks who worked so hard to make the meal a success.
Have you noticed the absence of flowers in front of the altar? Since Ash Wednesday the sanctuary is bare, to remind us that lent is a time of giving up and doing without. At the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday you will see many beautiful lilies around the altar and around the baptismal pool in the narthex. Consider making a donation to help St. Paul parish defray the cost of the flowers. Envelopes can be found on the tables at the entrances of the church. Drop the envelope in the collection basket during the offertory collection.