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  • 2 l The Presenta on of the Lord

    Sun Mal 3:1 4; Ps 24:7 10; Heb 2:14 18; Lk 2:22 40 [22 32] Mon 2 Sm 15:13 14, 30; 16:5 13; Ps 3:2 7;Mk 5:1 20Tues 2 Sm 18:9 10, 14b, 24 25a, 30 19:3; Ps 86:1 6;

    Mk 5:21 43Wed 2 Sm 24:2, 9 17; Ps 32:1 2, 5 7; Mk 6:1 6Thurs 1 Kgs 2:1 4, 10 12; 1 Chr 29:10 12; Mk 6:7 13Fri Sir 47:2 11; Ps 18:31, 47, 50, 51; Mk 6:14 29Sat 1 Kgs 3:4 13; Ps 119:9 14; Mk 6:30 34Sun Is 58:7 10; Ps 112:4 9; 1 Cor 2:1 5; Mt 5:13 16

    Pastor Father Joseph Mack, [email protected] Deacons Deacon Gordon Forester, [email protected] Larry Lisk, [email protected] Mike Mar ni, mmar [email protected] ce Manager/Bulle n Editor Pa y Freeman, [email protected], ext. 210Outreach Coordinator Amy Marmion, [email protected], ext. 226Director of Liturgy and Sacramental Coordinator Chris Neubauer, [email protected], ext. 219Director of Faith Forma on Jeannine Mar n, jmar [email protected], ext. 225Mary SmithDirector of Youth Ministry Susan Rabold, [email protected], ext. 217Youth Ministry Assistant Joshua Denil, [email protected] Forma on and Youth Ministry Assistant/ Systems Administrator Terry Cornelius, [email protected], ext. 235Director of Music Dr. Richard Auvil, [email protected], ext. 227Director of Finance Marilou Fox, [email protected], ext. 252Accoun ng Clerk Mary Lisk, [email protected], ext. 248Facili es Director Bruce Tucker, facili [email protected], ext. 223Assistant Facili es Director/Columbarium Planner Pa y Palacios, [email protected], ext. 223

    Facility Scheduler Bob Berry, [email protected], ext. 228Annulment Advocate for the Parish Deacon Mike Mar ni, mmar [email protected] LibraryCarol Kaczmarek, [email protected], ext. 231

    All bulle n submissions should be sent/dropped o to Pa y Freeman at [email protected] by noon on the Monday before publica on. Thank You!

    Please like us on: h ps://www.facebook.com/StPaulGreensboro/

    There is no second collec on this week or next week.

    Our o ertory is now published monthly.

    “Our Faith In Ac on” Our Faith in Ac on is the theme of the 2020 DiocesanSupport Appeal. By now you should have received a le eror postcard from Bishop Jugis asking for your generoussupport of the Diocesan Support Appeal. Please giveprayerful considera on to how you will respond by llingout your pledge and mailing it this week.

    INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY In the event of bad weather, our website will show abanner on our homepage where Mass, Communionservice, Faith Formation, office and activity cancellationswill be posted. Cancellations will also be posted onchannels WFMY News 2, Fox 8 and WXII News 12. Pleaselook for St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church so as not tobe confused by another church’s closing. Important to note: We do not always follow the school closings.

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    Note: Fellowship Building Rooms are iden ed by le ers and the Parish Life Center Rooms by numbers. Key: Bride’s Rm BR, Church—C, Chapel— CH, Church Parking Lot—CPL, Deacon’s O ce—DO, Gym—ELC, Fellowship Building—FB,Fellowship Hall—FH, Fellowship Hall Stage—FHS, Fine Arts Center—FAC, Kitchen—K, Kingdom Kids—KK, Library LI, Classrooms B thru P, Narthex NA, Nursery NU, Spy Room O, Parish Life Center PLC, Parish Life Center Lounge PLCL, Recep on Area—RA,Sanctuary—S, Snack Bar—SB. + Mass o ered for the repose of the soul of

    Sunday, February 2, 2020 8:15 AM Mass— + Jack Agati—S 9:15 AM PPC Meeting—LI10:30 AM Children’s Litugy—FHS10:45 AM Mass— + Hilda Carter—S 12:00 PM Generations of Faith—FH/K 5:00 PM Mass— the parishioners of St. Paul—S 6:00 PM Divorced Support Group Mtg—off site

    Monday, February 3, 2020 8:30 AM CC Meeting—Room P8:30 AM Kingdom Kids—KKids/NU/FHS/9:00 AM Communion Service—S 10:00 AM EMMAUS—PLCL10:00 AM Monday Morning Scripture Study—LI6:00 PM Women’s Cursillo Group—Room L6:00 PM Men’s Cursillo—Room M6:30 PM Cub Scout 107 Den Mtgs—Rooms D, F J

    Tuesday, February 4, 2020 6:30 AM Men’s Bible Study—LI8:30 AM Genesis to Jesus Study—PLCL/SB 9:00 AM Communion Service—S 10:00 AM SCC #55—LI4:00 PM SCC (KKacz) LI7:00 PM Boy Scout Troop 107—ELC7:00 PM Hospitality Meeting—LI7:00 PM Sister Parish Meeting—LI

    Wednesday, February 5, 2020 (No Mass/No Communion Service)8:30 AM Kingdom Kids—KKids/NU/FHS/4:00 PM SPRED Catechist Mtg—PLCL7:30 PM Men’s Study Group—Room M8:30 PM Men’s Basketball—ELC

    Thursday, February 6, 2020 9:00 AM Mass—+ Helen Lancaster—S9:30 PM LibraryWork Day—LI9:30 PM RegnumChris Women—RoomM9:45 AM Women’s Bible Class—RoomP10:00AM Women’s MorningScriptureStudy—PLCL6:30PM KofCMonthlyMee ng RoomM

    Friday February 7, 2020 8:45 AM Catholic Homeschool Co op—FH/Rooms 9,10,

    B D,F K/NU9:00 AM Mass/Adora on—+ Richard Roos—S

    Saturday, February 8, 2020 9:00 AM Lay Ministry Training—Rooms 1,2,5 &6 5:00 PM Mass— the parishioners of St. Paul—S

    Sunday, February 9, 2020 8:15 AM Mass— + Marcatino Palmeri—S 10:45 AM Mass— Sacred Heart of Mary—S 10:30 AM Children’s Liturgy—FHS5:00 PM Mass— + Marx Elliott—S

    IN THE NARTHEX Senior Luncheon ckets on sale this weekend and nexta er all Masses see page 5 for details.

    YOUTH MINISTRY ANNUAL SOUPER BOWL SUNDAY COLLECTION

    The Annual Souper Bowl SundayCollection will be held after all MassesTODAY! 100% of all funds collected by

    our youth and Sister Parish Committee will be used tosupport the three soup kitchens at our sister parish inManta, Ecuador. Can you help?

    MARY’S SONS PERSONAL KNEELERS HERE STARTING TOMORROW! Mary’s Sons is an apostolate established by lay Catholics in our diocese whose mission is topromote prayer, support and love for our priests. Mary’s Sons purchases personal kneelerseach year for the men who will be ordained priests from our diocese. St. Paul the Apostlewill host the kneelers for Deacons Jacob Mlakar, and Jonathan Torres from Monday, February 3rd Monday, February 10th. They will be located in the Sanctuary. You are invitedto pray on the kneelers for each one of these men and write your well wishes in theirpersonal journals. The kneelers and journals will be presented to them as gi s upon theirOrdination in June, 2020.

    HOME BAKED COOKIES COLLECTED TODAY!

    Cookies for the semi annual KairosPrison Ministry weekend will becollected in the Narthex today. Thankyou for your support for this program

    that works to build up the Church behind prison walls.

  • IN YOUR

    SrA Déja AdamsUnited States Air ForceRandy Bakker US Army, Fort Bragg, NCSgt. Mathew Kletzel US Army, Fort Bragg, NCSpc Joseph Kucharek Army Ranger RegimentSgt. Nicholas G. Mar n US Army, Fort Benning, GASpc. Michael McGurk USArmy, Colorado Springs, COPfc. Liam McKinney US Army, Fort BlissCaptain Daniel Ne US Army, IraqCol. Thomas M. Nelson US Army, Fort Benning, GA Sta Sgt. Peter Petraglia US Marines, Long Island,NYCol. Lance B. Reynolds US Air Force, Tinker, OKPO Cody Rusich US Navy, Norfolk, VA

    T Sgt. Todd Russell United States Air ForceLt. Col. William Smith US Army, Fort Campbell, KYPfc. Ma hew R. von Stamwitz US Air Force, Pensacola, FLPvt. Leonardo Antonio Tunjano USArmy,Oklahoma2nd Lt Joshua Willard US Air Force, Hampton, VACorporal Nate Wise US Marines, Okinawa, JapanSSGT Adam Zalesk US Army, Korea

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    Con nue to pray for the following who are ill:

    To have names included on the list, please contact Pa yFreeman at 294 4696 or [email protected]

    PRAY FOR THE EXPECTANT Please keep our expec ng mothers and their babies in your prayers:

    Jill Burket, Claire Davis Creed , Katasya Nkonzi and Lucy O’Brien.

    If you would like us tolist your name in thebulle n and pray for youduring your pregnancy,please contact our Parish Secretary, Pa y Freeman, 336294 4696, ext. 210 or [email protected]

    HELP US UPDATE OUR MILITARY PRAYER LIST Contact Patty Freeman at 294 4696 if a name needs to be added, removed, or if their rank or location has changed. We need to verify the list. Can you help?

    Janice BarnesDavid G. BeasleyRoy BerningerBlackley FamilyMelissa BocciRonnie BridgesMichael BrownDominic BrunozziEstelle BrunozziSally CarltonCalla CampbellJack CarmondyKathy CarrAnn Carroll BurwellCartret FamilyArleen Chris ePeter CirinoJennie CisekDiane ClearyKenneth CobleighDan CurranCur s FamilyKen CzepielCherie DantonioAlan DavidsonDee DeSantoMadelyn JoyDisneyNancy DonahueFran EgloLynda EvansCarol FabianHenry FaggeEmilie FanningCharles FlahertyPablo FongMarie FoxChris na FriedhoAbigail FriesThe Glinsky Family

    Frank GrantBeth GreenHeather GreenBill HawkinsBrenda HawkinsHawkins FamilyGeorge HelpsHobgood FamilyZackary HopkinsDan HorleyAudrey HueskinMarc JanelliJavier KahnDavid KasperAngela KinlanJosephKneidlMicheleKuesterHelenLancasterLarryLentHerbLiebermanPatrick LiskMarlene LoweJosephine LucenteFr. John Mack, JrLenore Mar niMazzurco FamilyTom &MillieMeloni

    Sandy MelvinJohn MilamBe y MoserMumphrey FamilyAnthony NapoleoniVeronica NosalMary NowackiMarilyn O’CallaghanTomO’HanlonAdesola OnikoyiCynthia PancsofarErnie Pancsofar

    Cassidy ParrishJoseph ParrishPaul ReganJohnny RichEthanRoseVirginia RuggieroFrancesRussellNorbert SchneiderMichael SchulzeDeborah Sha reyMargaret SimmonsSimpson FamilyRonnie Simpson, SrAnna SmytheMargaret SnyderAJ StandenCatherineLois StorchLarrySwindellDon TuckerKathy Tu leDanny WalshCharlene WeirPa y ZamboAmy ZinkAlly Zuppo

    We have updated our prayer list per our 6 month policy.Please let the o ce know if someone needs to be putback on by calling at 336 294 4696 or emailing [email protected] We appreciate anyone who putssomeone on the list giving us updates as to how they aredoing. Please remember that this list is for those facing aserious illness. General prayers may be placed in theprayer book at the back of the Sanctuary. Thank you foryour understanding.

    “… they took him up to Jerusalem to present him to the Lord ...” (Luke 2:22)

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    BAPTISM PREP CLASS Prior to having a child Bap zed at Saint Paul the Apostleyou must be a registered and par cipa ng member ofthe parish for at least three months and you must a endone Bap sm Prep Class. You may a end class before ora er your child is born, however Bap sms are notscheduled un l a er you have a ended the class. The next class o ered will be Monday, February 17th, 2020 at 7:00 pm. Please Email Chris Neubauer [email protected] to register for class and withany ques ons.

    LOW GLUTEN HOSTS For those with celiac disease, low gluten hosts areavailable upon request. Please see the LiturgyCoordinator before Mass.

    CHILDREN’S LITURGY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED We are looking for children’s liturgy volunteers for the10:45 Mass and also assistants to help. The commitmentwould be once every two months for 20 minutes duringthe Mass. Contact the o ce if you are interested or formore informa on at 336 294 4696.

    SEPARATED OR DIVORCED? Join a con den al, spirit lledgroup who may be experiencingwhat you are. We will meet Super Bowl Sunday at Henri’s house forGumbo! Sunday, February 2nd star ng at 5:45 or come when you can! Exis ng members watch your email for address andother details. Newcomers are always welcome andencouraged to a end, please email Sherry Reitzel formore informa on, [email protected]

    LOVE IS IN THE AIR! SENIOR MINISTRY LUNCHEON Tuesday, February 11, 2020 – 11:30 AM Tickets: $ 7.00 per person (non refundable)The 50/50 drawing proceeds are for the Room at the Inn this monthRemember to bring non perishable food for the needy

    Tickets will be on sale a er Masses this weekend and next and in theo ce un l Monday, February 10, un l NOON! Check the St. Paul website for weather related cancella ons, and remember St. Paul's does not always follow Guilford County Schools; use your own discre on.

    YARN LADIES AT IT AGAIN! The next mee ng of the Yarn Ladies will take place onTuesday February 11th at 9:30 a.m. in room L. All arewelcome to a end and share in this parish ministry. Wewould like to extend our thanks for the generousmonetary and yarn dona ons which we have received.They certainly go far to help us with our outreach.

    Most recently we have been able to donate 30 or so setsof hats and scarves to students in need at an area highschool. Please stop in and see us at work.

    Our Mission: St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church is a community formed into the Body of Christ through the sacraments, especially the Eucharist, and the Gospels. From this foundation, we

    seek to share the love of Christ with our neighbor through service, works of charity, and fellowship.

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    DON’T FORGET TO SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP Thursday, February 27 5:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. (Super Volunteers)

    6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. (Volunteers)7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. (Consignors)

    OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Friday, February 28th 9:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. & Saturday, February 29th 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. (Select items half price)

    For more information or to sign up: visit www.SaintPaulsKidsSale.com or email us at [email protected]

    How can you contribute to the largest fundraiser for St. Paul’s general fund? Join us for our Spring Consignment Sale as one of our volunteers—We can’t do this without you! Don’t forget volunteersworking four hours are invited to shop ourPreview Sale before consignors and the public.Want to bring a shopping buddy to the previewsale? For every additional 4 hours that a volunteerworks, they will receive another Preview SaleShopping Pass. Work fifteen or more hours andyou’ll be invited to shop our Super VolunteerPreview Sale for “first pick” of our great sale items.Opportunities to volunteer are available February22nd—February 29th!

    THANK YOU ‘WAY OF CHRIST“ FOR YOUR STEWARDSHIP! The Way of Christ is a Catholic group ofyoung adults looking to serve and ministerto other young adults in the greaterGreensboro area. As de ned by the UnitedStates Conference of Catholic Bishops(USCCB), they are an organiza on of 18 39year old Catholic young adults of good willlooking to come together in the spirit of Christthrough faith, learning and fellowship. Theyhave Men’s (2nd and 4th Mondays) andWomen’s (2nd and 4th Thursdays) SmallGroups that meet. Way of Christ also hasmonthly spiritual, social and service ac vi es that range from swing dancingto Catholic Chari es to Wednesday Night Mass!

    To learn more, please email [email protected] to get on their mailing list to be no ed of events, or checkthem out on facebook at facebook.com/wayofchrist. You may also contact Ma hewWells at 952 393 4680 ormapboyma @yahoo.com for more informa on. Join Way of Christ, Mobile Meals, Senior Wheels and Small ChurchCommuni es when they sponsor Fellowship Sunday on Sunday, February 16 a er the 8:15 am and 10:45 am Masses.

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    JOIN US If you would like to join other men in serving their parishand helping others, or would like to transfer to ourCouncil, just see one of our members, who are easilyiden ed by our badges, which we proudly wear, atmost func ons. You may contact Jim Marmion, at 336707 6118 or [email protected] for furtherinforma on, or visit website, www.stpaulcc.org. Justclick on the Knights of Columbus on the top right handcorner.

    SCOUT FOOD PANTRY COLLECTION PROJECT Boy Scout Troop 107 & Pack 107 will be par cipa ng inthe Scout’s Annual Community Service Project to addressthe problem of hunger in our local community. Pleasehelp them collect food to ll the shelves of our St. Paul’sFood Pantry. Scouts will be handing out yers next weekendwith more informa on. Parishioners are asked to bring inneeded dona ons on 2/15 & 2/16 and place them on thecarts outside the front doors of the church before allMasses. The Scouts will then organize the items and llthe shelves. Thank you for your support!

    WHERE IS YOUR LIGHT? LET IT SHINE! Jesus tells us to let our light shine. He says, “You are the light of the world. A city set on a mountain cannot be hidden. Nor dothey light a lamp and then put it under a bushel basket; it is set on a lamp stand, where it gives light to all in the house. Just so,your lightmust shine before others, that theymay see your good deeds and glorify your heavenly Father.” (Mt 5:15 16)

    Even the simplest task, when done in love, shines with the light of Christ. The parent who answers a child's cry in themiddle of the night is love for the child, showing God's ever watchful care. The teenager who helps a classmate withhomework, even when he or she would rather be visi ng with friends witnesses to Christ's mercy. The one who serves inthe soup kitchen and the one who receives the food with gra tude give evidence of the mystery of the presence of theHoly Spirit who compels, strengthens and inspires us in mes of bounty and in mes of need.

    We know that many mes our ac ons are not lled with light. Whether out of haste, impa ence, anger, or sheer disregardfor others, we o en fail to be vessels of God's presence, even when we could easily do so. Here is the rub: the light neverstops shining. God will never stop loving you no ma er how busy, stressed, or stubborn you are. God sent his son Jesus, toshow us how to live in the light, and Jesus sends the Holy Spirit to give us the inspira on and the tools we need to share thelight.

    We are called to p the scale more each day toward loving, serving, and giving. Recognizing our blessings, being mindful ofGod's grace, and responding with our lives, even (especially) when doing so calls us to sacri ce...that is the pa ern of a lifethrough which darkness is cast away and Christ’s light is shown.

    Each of us has par cular talents and gi s, things only we can do to bring Christ’s light to the world. Each of us has a “specialsomething” that comes out when we are at our best. These talents, gi s, and abili es are not given to us to be taken forgranted, to hide away through inac on. Rather, they’re given to us for doing good, making the world a be er place andgiving glory to God in doing so.

    Where is your light? Have you been hiding it? It’s me to get it out and let it shine! ©Catholic Life and Faith, 2020

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    BRIDGE ANYONE? St. Paul’s BridgeGroup will playSunday, February

    16th at 1:30 in the Parish Life Lounge. We inviteprior players back and new players to join us.All skill levels beyond beginners are welcome.No partner? We may be able to help. CallConni Reklau at 286 9310 or 209 9310 for signup or more informa on.

    SANCTUARY RENOVATION In prepara on for the renova ons in ourSanctuary, you may see areas blocked o orcovered during this month. This is necessaryin order to get the renova on completed asquickly as possible. Thank you for yourunderstanding.

    Please look at the Parish Life bulle n boardin the Fellowship Hall hallway for updatesand pictures of our progress.

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    HOSANNA CHORALE (Children’s Choir): Rehearsals have resumed at 11:45 AMon Sundays.

    To express interest in Hosanna Chorale, email Rich Auvil.

    THE ST. PAUL CHOIR Sunday, February2 Mass10:45AM/warm up10:05AMSunday, February9 Mass10:45AM/warm up10:05AM

    We rehearse on Wednesday evening from 7:15 8:30 PM

    Dr. Rich Auvil Director of Music [email protected] (336) 294 4696, X 227

    THE YEAR OF ST. JOSEPH 2020 Bishop Jugis has announced the Diocese of Charlo e willcelebrate 2020 as the “Year of St. Joseph,”commemora ng the 150th anniversary of St. Josephbeing solemnly declared Patron of the Catholic Church byPope Pius IX. We want to honor St. Joseph, the guardianand protector of the Church, and learn from his exampleof faith, perseverance and holy fatherhood. The Year ofSt. Joseph began January 1st and will conclude December31st, 2020. Many special events are being planned acrossthe diocese and here at St. Paul. Visit the Year of St.Joseph website throughout 2020 for a list of ac vi es,pilgrimages, devo ons, prayers, and more at:www.YearofStJoseph.org

    St. Joseph Prayer cards are available on the Welcome Desk in our Narthex.

    Altar Server Mark Wilde Emmy Stevens Frida Neubauer Finn GeogheganWya Wilde Katy Stevens Francesca Gi uni **

    Cross Bearer Jean Schrull Drew Boyland ** Ma hew WellsDeacon NONE NONE Mike Mar ni Larry Lisk

    Carol Green 1 Joe Casacchia 1 Carolyn Ellis 1 Kathleen Riley 1Extraordinary Maryann Kingsmill 2 Larry Johnston 2 Chris Peterson 2 Beatriz König 2

    Ministers Irene Stapleton B Ed Kanir B Janice Kennedy B Guy Sanders BMarge Caronna 11 Joe Vodenichar 11 Mike Mar ni 11 Larry Lisk 11

    Lit. Coordinator Irene Stapleton Chris Neubauer Chris Neubauer Ma hew WellsReaders Donna Kelly Richard Anderson Paul Smith Jim Marmion

    Michael Kelly Bill Wells Tina Ntuen Bill WellsUshers Gabe Wilde 1 Bill Beitzell 1 Giovanni Strafaci 1 Terry Nelson 1

    Enaya Botros 2 Francis Disney 2 Salvatore Strafaci 2 Sammie Kennedy 2Autumn Wilde 3 Ken Waldron 3 Mason (Sco ) Yates 3 Andrew Marmion 3Howard Hunter 4 Drew Boyland 4 Abigail Rose 4 Karter Kennedy 4

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    FEBRUARY – JOSEPH MOST CHASTE Chaste love requires that one wills the good to anotherwithout taking the other to oneself as one’s own. ToJoseph was entrusted the Divine Child and His fairestMother. Chaste in body but also in heart, Joseph lovedfreely which created the interior tranquility of order inthe Holy Family.

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    Cleaning the closets and toy bins over the holidays? Why notconsign with us this Spring, February 28th and 29th! St. Paul's KidsConsignment Sale began accepting consignor requests atwww.SaintPaulsKidsSale.com through February 22 or until we reachour allotted number of consignors. Phone and email requests will NOT be honored. If you would like to donate items for the sale andnot consign, just drop them by the church and we will gladly getthem ready for the sale. Look for a box in the entrance hallway toFellowship Hall. Large items? Please call ahead so arrangements canbe made.

    SECULAR FRANCISCANS 2020 Time to respond to your calling? Are you wondering about being a Secular Franciscan? The Secular Franciscan Family of Greensboro invites you to the “Come and See” informa on session.

    The session is on Sunday, February 9, 2020 at our monthly gathering atthe downtown Franciscan Center. Mass is at 12:30 pm, followed by thegathering and hospitality. At 3 pm the Council will meet with you andother guests for an informa on session. You may come to all the eventsor just to the 3 to 4 PM informa on “Come and See”.

    To begin your perfect 2020 vision and possible Franciscan Journey,please RSVP to Minister Bob Person, OFS, at [email protected] orto Forma onDirectorGeorge eSchrader,OFSatgeorge [email protected] .

    CURSILLO ULTREYA"For I long to see you ...that you and I may be mutually encouraged by

    one another’s faith." Romans 1:11 12DeColores ALL Greensboro Cursillistas! Please plan to a end theGreensboro Ultreya at St. Paul the Apostle, Sunday evening, February 9th (Potluck at 6 pm; Ultreya at 7 pm). Our witness speaker for thismonth will be Mike Clements, a new Cursillista having lived hisweekend in 2019! Please join us for an evening of fellowship with yourbrothers and sisters in Christ. Ultreya! If you should have any ques ons,please contact Bill/Mary Wells at [email protected]

    BISHOP MCGUINNESS PART TIME JOBS Asst. Women's Varsity Soccer Coach (Spring 2020 mid Feb. to Mid May weekdays only). Head and Asst Men's Soccer Coaches (Fall 2020 August mid Nov)

    Asst. Varsity Football Coaches (Defense DL/LB) Fall 2020 Asst. JV Baseball Coach (Spring 2020)

    These are PAID s pend posi ons. Please contact Je Stoller via email at [email protected] if interested.

    OLG SCHOOL POSITIONS

    Subs tute Teachers: Needed. All gradesand special esIf interested, please send your resume anda brief cover le er to [email protected] poten al employees must be willing to submit to a background check if hired.

    DIRECTOR OF MUSIC NEEDED St. Charles Borromeo in Morgantown, NC is looking for a Director of Music. Call 828437 3108 for more informa on. If

    interested send a resume to [email protected]

    CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAS PAT FERRY SPEAKING The Catholic Daughters of the Americas,Court Greensboro #1200 will hold theirregular mee ng this Monday, February 3rdat 6:30 pm in the OLG Parish Life Center,First Floor, Banquet Hall. Their guestspeaker will be Pat Ferry, MinistryCoordinator for the SPRED (SpecialReligious Development) program at St. Paulthe Apostle Church for those children,teens and adults with special needs.Refreshments will be served. All ladies aremost welcome. For more informa on,please contact Nancy Pequigney at 336852 0475.

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