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Events at St. Paul Catholic Church
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Holy Week Schedule
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Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion, April 13th
Regular Sunday Mass Schedule

Bring a palm branch from home to welcome the Lord into your hearts! 
The Liturgy begins with the triumphant entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem
and continues with the reading of the Passion.  it reaches a climax
with the celebration of the Eucharist.
Seder Supper, Monday, April 14th
Have you wondered where the Mass comes from?  The Seder Supper is a wonderful way to recall our rich Jewish heritage as we prepare to commemorate the Last Supper on Thursday. 
It begins at 6:30 pm in the Family Center. 
Seating is limited so reserve your tickets early. 
Tickets will be on sell the next two weekends at the Front Desk during the week.
All tickets are $15.00 adults and children

Click Here for More Information and Reservation Form
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Chrism Mass, Tuesday, April 15th

All the priests of the diocese will gather with Bishop Lynch to celebrate the Christm Mass and recommit themselves to the priesthood at 11 am in the Cathedral of Saint Jude the Apostle in St. Petersburg.  Through an invocation of the Holy Spirit, the Bishop will consecrate Sacred Chrism and bless the Oil of Catechumens and the Oil of the Sick used in our parish throughout the year.  All are welcome.
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Via Crucis, Wednesday, April 16th
Please join us at 7 pm for a special Stations of the Cross en espanol
hosted by Grupo de Oración Amor de Jesus.  We will begin in the
Pavilion and process throughout the campus, remembering the supreme sacrifice Christ made for our salvation.  All are welcome.
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Holy Thursday, April 17th

The day starts with Morning Prayer at 8:30 am.
The Sacred Triduum begins with the
Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7 pm.  It is a powerful commemoration of the Last Supper with the washing of feet.  Afterwards, the Most Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist will be reserved in our Chapel of Repose in our "garden" until midnight.  All are welcome to spend some quality time with the Lord.
Vistar Iglesias ... Many cultures have the tradition of visiting five churches this evening.  We would like to honor this tradition, beginning and concluding at St. Paul.  Afterwards, we will go for breakfast.  This is a wonderful way to "stay awake" and to join the Lordi nprayer in the "Garden of Gethsemene".
 For more information contact our Youth Minister
Tim Snodgrass at 961-3023 or tsnodgrass@stpaulchurch.com
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Good Friday, April 18th
(fast and abstinence)
According to the Church's ancient tradition,
the Sacraments are not celebrated today or tomorrow.
     8:30 am  Morning Prayer
     Noon Stations of the Cross hosted by the youth of St. Paul
     2:30 pm Father Bill will begin our nine day Novena to Divine Mercy
     3:00 pm Celebration of the Lord's Passion ... After the proclamation of the Passion Narrative, we will pray for the needs of the world and then venerate the Cross as the instrument of our salvation.  There will be a Communion service.
     5:00 pm Celebratión de la Pasión del Señor en Español.
     5:00 pm Celebracão da Paixão do Senhor no Centro de Familia em Português.
     NOTE  There will NOT be a Fish Fry this evening
     7:00 pm Celebration of the Lord's Passion.  We will again celebrate this powerful service for those who were unable to attend earlier.
     9:00 pm Via Dolorosa.  This is a special Stations of the Cross according to the traditions of Latin America.  It promises to be very moving.  Please come and bring a candle or flashlight
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Holy Saturday, April 19th
Today the Church waits at the Lord's tomb, meditating on His suffering and death.
8:30 am Preparation Rites for those to be received into the Church
at the Easter Vigil
10:00 am Easter Egg Hunt for kids 10 and under.
11:00 am Blessing of the Easter Food and Baskets by Father Glenn
3:00 pm Second day of our Novena to Divine Mercy
   




8:00 pm
Easter Vigil

 
Easter Vigil
The "night of nights" as we welcome our Elect into the Church! 

All are welcome
Todos son bienvenidos!
Todos sao bemvindos!
NOTE In accord with the ancient tradition, there will not be 5:30
or 7:30 pm Vigil Masses on April 19th.
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Christ is Risen ... Alleluia!

Easter Sunday, April 20th
Please come and share our Easter Joy! 
6:30 am Sunrise Mass on the grounds behind the Church
7:30 am Mass in the Church
9:00 am Mass in the Church and Family Center
10:45 am Mass in the Church and Family Center
12:15 pm Mass in the Church
12:15 pm Misa em Português no Centro de Familia
2:00 pm Misa en español en el Iglesia con la procesión de las flores

In addition, at 3 pm we will continue our Novena to Divine Mercy in our Family Center.  This Novena will conclude during Divine Mercy Sunday, April 15th, followed by a reception hosted by our Divine Mercy Ministry.
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Divine MercyDivine Mercy Novena

"Jesus, I trust in you!" 
Each day at 3 pm, the hour of mercy, we will continue to pray our Novena to Divine Mercy in the Santo Nino shrine.  Jesus said to St. Faustina:

"I desire that during these nine days you bring souls to the fount of My mercy, that they may draw strength and refreshment and whatever graces they need in the hardships of life, and, especially at the hour of death. 
If you would like to pray the novena at home, school, or work, click on:   Divine Mercy Novena to download a copy.
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2014 Annual Pastoral AppealTogether, we at St. Paul's can fully participate in the mission of the Catholic Church by our contribution to the Annual Pastoral Appeal. 
We ask you to support the many needed ministries, services, and programs of our Diocese that fulfill the physical, educational and spiritual needs of so many that we could not serve at our parish alone.
Be the Light!   Sea la Luz!
to the many who are in need of help.  Many of your questions
may be answered by watching this year's APA video.      2014 APA Video - Spanish2014 APA video
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Adult Faith Formation

Be the Light Series
with Deacon Greg Kovalesky
April 22, Tuesday, 10 - 11 am
Family Center 3
John XXIII, His Life
A Light in the Darkness, 1881 - 1963
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Be the Light Series
with Deacon Greg Kovalesky
April 29, Tuesday, 10 - 11 am
Family Center 3
St. John Paul II
A Light in the Culture of Death, 1920 - 2005
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Praying the Liturgy of the Hours

with Sister Theresa Betz


Every Monday after the 8:30 am Mass
Room E at the Parish Office
9:15 a.m. to 10:00 am
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