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  • INSIDE THIS WEEK Announcements ........... page 10 Faith Formation .............. page 8 Faith to Move Mountains page 2 Our Holy Father .............. page 2 Parish School .................. page 9 Parish Staff/Ministries ..... page 4 Pastoral Hispana ........... page 12 Sacrament Life ................ page 3 This Week ....................... page 3 Worship Aid ................... page 6 Young Adults ................ page 11 Youth Ministry .............. page 11

    Saint Paul Parish The Catholic Community of Princeton

    LIFE EVERLASTING The second book of Maccabees tells a powerful story, and a rather gruesome one at that. But central to it, beyond the horrible deaths inflicted upon the brothers and their mother, is their belief in the promise of resurrection and life everlasting in God. Paul asks the Thessalonians to pray for him as he spreads Christ's message of love, so that he might be delivered from other nonbelievers anxious to do him harm. The apostle is confident in such prayer, just as he is confident in the everlasting support of Jesus and God the Father. And there's that "everlasting" word again. The Sadducees, not buying the idea, ask Jesus an interesting--albeit meaningless--question about the status of married life at the Resurrection. He tells the non-believers that marriage isn't an issue for the risen children of God. More importantly, he assures them that their ancestors do live on in God, even as evidenced by the Father's words to Moses. Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.

    Parish/Rectory Office 214 Nassau Street

    Princeton, New Jersey 08542 Telephone: (609) 924-1743

    Fax: (609) 924-7510 www.stpaulsofprinceton.org


    Convent 216 Nassau Street

    Princeton, New Jersey 08542 Telephone: (609) 924-4414

    Parish/Rectory Office Hours Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

    Saturday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

    Saint Paul School 218 Nassau Street

    Princeton, New Jersey 08542 Telephone: (609) 921-7587

    Fax: (609) 921-0264 www.spsprinceton.org


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    Welcome A Message from Msgr. Joe At the beginning of this month in which we honor and remember our beloved dead, we encounter scriptures that inspire our faith in the resurrec on of the dead. In the face of the unspeakable horror related in the first reading, their faith in the life to come is remarkable. In the Gospel, Jesus affirms life a er death with unassailable logic. As we move through this month, let us pray for a deeper faith in the promise of eternal life, communion with God that begins not only at death, but in the rising from the bap smal font. A special word of thanks to all who contributed in making our Remembrance Mass on All Souls a powerful experience of hope in the Lord’s resurrection and companionship with those in mourning. A special word of appreciation to our Bereavement Ministry. Next Saturday, the children of our parish who are preparing for their First Holy Communion during the Easter Season next year will be celebrating the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time. The Eucharist and reception of the Holy Communion is our participation in the sacrifice of Jesus to the Father for the forgiveness of our sins and separation from God. More than just being in a state of grace to receive communion, sacramental reconciliation surrounds us in the mercy of God that provides a foundational human experience leading to greater active participation in communion of God, self and others that is the fruit of Eucharist and deepening of baptismal life. As our children, nurtured in the love and faith of

    their parents, approach this sacrament, let us remember them in prayer and be inspired by them to also seek sacramental forgiveness so that we can participate more fully in the grace of Eucharist. God bless and have a great week!

    Rev. Msgr. Joseph N. Rosie Pastor

    [email protected] (609) 524-0505

    Rev. Miguel Valle Parochial Vicar

    [email protected] (609) 524-0516

    Rev. Daniel Gowen Parochial Vicar

    [email protected] (609) 924-1743

    Deacons Mr. Frank Crivello

    [email protected] (609) 216-7576

    Mr. Jim Knipper [email protected]

    (609) 216-7582

    Mr. Paul Lachance, Ph.D.

    On Tuesday, Nov. 1, Pope Francis celebrated Holy Mass in Swedbank Stadium, Sweden. In his homily, the Holy Father explained that holiness is not made manifest in

    great works, but rather in living day by day the requirements of our bap sm, and on the Solemnity of All Saints he remembered two Swedish saints: St. Maria Elisabeth Hesselblad, recently canonized, and St.

    Bridget, Birgi a of Vadstena, co-patroness of Europe; both of them, he said, prayed and worked to forge bonds of unity and communion between Chris ans. He then went on to refer to one of the Bea tudes, the “iden ty card” of Chris ans, emphasizing the meekness that “enables us to set aside everything that divides and estranges us”. “Today, with the en re Church, we celebrate the Solemnity of All Saints. In doing so, we remember not only those who have been

    proclaimed saints through the ages, but also our many brothers and sisters who, in a quiet and unassuming way, lived their Chris an life in the fullness of faith and love. Surely among them are many of our rela ves, friends and acquaintances. “Ours, then, is a celebra on of holiness. A holiness that is seen not so much in great deeds and extraordinary events, but rather in

    daily fidelity to the demands of our bap sm. A holiness that consists in the love of God and the love of our brothers and sisters. A love that remains faithful to the point of self-renuncia on and complete devo on to others. We think of the lives of all those mothers and fathers who sacrifice for their families and are prepared to forego – though it is not always easy – so many things, so many personal plans and projects. “Yet if there is one thing typical of the saints, it is that they are genuinely happy. They found the secret of authen c happiness, which lies deep within the soul and has its source in the love of God. That is why we call the saints blessed. “Dear brothers and sisters, the call to holiness is directed to everyone and must be received from the Lord in a spirit of faith. The saints spur us on by their lives and their intercession before God, and we ourselves need one another if we are to become saints. Helping one another to become saints. Together let us implore the grace to accept this call with joy and to join in bringing it to fulfilment. To our heavenly Mother, Queen of All Saints, we entrust our inten ons and the dialogue aimed at the full communion of all Chris ans, so that we may be blessed in our efforts and may a ain holiness in unity”.

    Our Holy Father Speaks

    Faith to Move Mountains On behalf of Bishop O’Connell, thank you to everyone in the parish who has already made a pledge to support the Faith to Move Mountains Campaign at St. Paul Parish. Your generosity and

    enthusiasm have already helped us to raise approximately $1,038,367 (64%) toward our goal of $1,635,000 from 150 gifts (4% of parish registrations). As we continue to work towards our goal, we need each family in the parish to prayerfully consider a gift to the campaign. Through the participation of every member of the parish community, no matter the size of the gift, we will reach our goal! Even if you are unable to make a long term pledge a gift of any size is greatly appreciated. If you have not already made a commitment to the Campaign, please take the time to consider how you might be able to participate in this vital undertaking. Thank you all for your generosity to St. Paul Parish and the Diocese of Trenton.

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    Our Parish Mission

    We, the Catholic Community of Saint Paul in Princeton, honor our tradition of welcoming God’s

    sons and daughters from different cultures and backgrounds to hear and live the Good News of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

    Baptized and formed into the People of God, we continue to grow in the Apostolic Tradition of Worship, Word and Service.

    Worship through our participation in the Eucharist and celebration of sacraments; Word, in our commitment to Catholic identity through Scripture and catechesis; and

    Service, as disciples who share God’s love with all by working together for peace and justice to advance the coming of the Kingdom of God.

    This Week at St. Paul (continue on page 10) Sunday, November 6 8:40-9:45 9:45-11:15 am 10:00 am 10:00-11:30 am 1:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 1:00-3:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 4:30-6:45 pm 6:00-8:00 pm 7:00 pm 8:00-9:00 pm

    Parish Religious Educa on Program Child Care/Nursery Ministry Children’s Liturgy of the Word RCIA Bap sms Den 4 Cub Scout Mee ng SPAC Basketball Cub Scout Bear Den 8 Hispanic Parish Religious Educa on Program Youth Ministry Hispanic Children’s Liturgy of the Word Hispanic Coffee & Donut Sunday

    School Pre-School Auditorium A Church/Rooms 1 & 2 Parish Lawn Auditorium B & C Gym Auditorium B & C School Rooms 1 & 2 Auditorium A Auditorium B & C

    Monday, November 7 9:00 am-3:00 pm 5:30-7:00 pm 5:45-7:00 pm 6:00-9:00 pm 7:30-9:00 pm 7:30-9:30 pm

    WCC Organ Class Youth Ministry Parent Life Children’s Choir Rehearsal SPAC Basketball Altar & Rosary Society Mee ng Early Church Fathers Study Group

    Choir Lo Auditorium A Choir Lo Gym Auditorium B & C Rooms 1 & 2

    Tuesday, November 8 8:00 am-2:00 pm 8:00-10:00 am 9:20-11:20 am 12:45-2:15 pm 2:45-3:30 pm 4:15-5:15 pm 6:00-7:00 pm 6:00-9:00 pm 7:00-9:00 pm 7:30-8:30 pm

    SPS Special Services SPS ESL WCC Organ Class SPS Pageant Rehearsal SPS Cantor Club Parish Religious Educa on Program Parish Religious Educa on Program (Evening) SPAC Basketball Young Adults Weekly Mee ng Lec o Divina

    Conference Room Rooms 1 & 2 Choir Lo Auditorium B & C Choir Lo School School Gym Off-site Conference Room

    Wednesday, November 9 8:00 am-2:00 pm 9:20-11:20 am 10:00-11:30 am 6:00-9:00 pm 7:00-9:00 pm 7:00-9:00 pm 7:00-9:30 pm 7:30-9:00 pm

    SPS Special Services WCC Organ Class Bible Study SPAC Basketball Girl Scout Leader Mee ng Hispanic RCIA Knights of Columbus Mee ng Bible Study

    Conference Room Choir Lo Auditorium A Gym Auditorium A Conference Room Auditorium B & C Rooms 1 & 2

    Thursday, November 10 8:00-10:00 am 8:15-9:00 am 8:15-11:30 am 2:30-4:00 pm 6:00-9:00 pm 6:30-7:30 pm

    SPS Occupa onal Therapy SPS Pageant Rehearsal SPS PTA Board Mee ng SPS Wizard of Oz Workshop SPAC Basketball Hand Bell Choir Rehearsal

    Conference Room Auditorium B & C Rooms 1 & 2 Auditorium B & C Gym Choir Lo

    Worship and Sacramental Life

    Eucharist Saturday Evening Mass: 5:30 PM Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:30, 10:00, 11:30 AM, 5:00 PM

    and 7:00 PM (Spanish) Weekday Masses: 6:45 and 8:15 AM Monday to Friday 12:10 PM Wednesday and Friday 8:15 AM Saturday Holydays and Holidays as announced

    Reconciliation Saturday 4:00 PM and by appointment

    Recitation of the Rosary Monday-Saturday following the 8:15 Mass

    Eucharistic Adoration Fridays 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

    Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal

    Saturday Morning following 8:15 Mass

    Baptism First, Third and Fourth Sundays of the

    month at 1:00 PM; Second Sunday of the month in Spanish at 1:00 PM

    Baptism Preparation: Second Saturday of the month at 9:00 AM in Spiritual Center; Spanish language preparation on the first Saturday of the month at 7:00 PM. Pre-registration for Baptism and Instructional Session is necessary. Please contact the Parish Office for more information.

    Marriage: Ideally, couples planning to marry at St.

    Paul should contact the Parish Office one year in advance so that they may complete the necessary marriage preparation process. Please set date with Church before making other plans. Please contact the Parish Office.

    Anointing of the Sick/Communion to the Homebound: Please notify the Parish Office when

    serious illness occurs or when the sick, aged, or incapacitated are confined to home for an extended period. Arrangements can be made to bring communion to those unable to attend Mass. Please contact the Parish Office.

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    The Light Ministry The Light Ministry is a ministry established at St. Paul Parish to help anyone whose life, family or friends have been affected by alcoholism, drug abuse and other addic ons. We are available to listen, confiden ally, in a nonjudgmental way, to provide a safe support network and to offer referrals to assistance groups and agencies. Our goals will be

    accomplished by sharing our experience, strength and hope with each other. To reach the Light Ministry, please call 609.216.7621.

    Food for the Hungry When you are shopping, please remember those less fortunate. Only one can or box will make a difference and is important (no glass containers please). Items can be le in the containers at the Church

    entrances. Some items needed include: Boxed cereals, canned or dried soups, coffee, tea, canned meat and fish, canned vegetables, salt, macaroni and cheese dinners, cake mixes, flour, household and paper products, canned fruits, spaghe and pasta, sugar and rice

    St. Vincent DePaul Society In today’s Gospel we find that God is a God of the living, and this is indeed the core of our hope. Jesus has risen and is with us,

    therefore, at no me should we be without hope for the future. When you give the furniture, household items and clothing you no longer use to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, you give hope to your neighbors who have nothing. If you want to recommend someone for an assistance evalua on, or you are interested in learning about SVDP, please contact the SVDP Help Line at (609/924-1743 ext. 250 English or ext. 251 Spanish) or email us at [email protected] Dona ons can be made at any of the “Offering” boxes located throughout the church . Please be generous.

    350 Years of Vincen ans Helping the Needy

    Spiritual Direction Tending the sacred rela onship

    Spiritual direc on is an on-going rela onship between a “directee” (person seeking) and a “director” (qualified person giving guidance) wherein a sacred space is created for the explora on and deepening of the spiritual life. Through conversa on and reflec on, the directee becomes more a uned to God's presence and can respond more fully to the Divine as it is revealed in all areas of life. Direc on typically takes place in a confiden al one-on-one se ng and may include some form of prayer experience to increase awareness of the movement of the Spirit in the directee’s life. If you are interested in more informa on, please contact Jennifer Hinton at [email protected] or 609-558-0985 (cell) or Teresa Knipper at 609-558-0582(cell) or [email protected] Teresa is available for appointments during the day.

    Parish Staff, Ministries and Organizations

    Stewardship: We Serve, We Give Liturgical Ministers Altar Servers Lectors Extraordinary Ministers Sat., Nov. 5 5:30 PM

    Molly Hart Christopher Toomey Sean Toomey

    Don Luecke Joan Luecke

    Chris Gallerani, Rob Gallerani, David Klucsik, Tina Klucsik, Jim McCarthy, Kate Skrebutenas

    Sun., Nov. 6 7:00 AM

    Helene Wood Steve Mundie

    Michael De San s, Anthony DiMeglio, Suzy DiMeglio, Mary Meyer, Bhagyam Reddy

    8:30 AM Robert Hulbert Megan Lynch Evan Monfre

    Gladys Del Rosario Sean Gleeson

    Harold Campbell, Jack Frost, Robert Hoehn, Donna Murray, Emily Templeton, Ray Wadsworth

    10:00 AM Ma hew Dauden Emiliano Gonzalez Natalia Gonzalez

    Jane Kupin Pat Carroll

    Kathie Castellano, Julie Chiang, Grace Cooke, Jennifer Cooke, Leah Reigle, Shelby Tewell

    11:30 AM Anna Sarubbi Teresa Sarubbi Andrew Waskin

    Charles Balestri Rebecca David Kumar

    Patricia Giallella, Jose Lozano, Regina Meehan, Linda Pi ari, Laura Sarubbi, Catherine Vanderpool

    5:00 PM John Paul Okupski Julianna Okupski Luke Okupski

    Katy Doran Zachary Klein

    Pa y Alizio, Jennifer Brooks, PJ Hansell, Marissa Mayor, Philip Passanante, Risa Scha n

    Altar Rosary Society Volunteers November 7 to 12: rose Carnevale

    Weekly Offering: Thank you for your generous support! Oct. 29-30, 2016

    Weekly Year to Date 15/16 Year to Date Budget $ 24,100 Budget $ 433,800 Budget $ 433,800 Actual $ 21,139 Actual $ 398,931 Actual $ 412,601

    87.7% 92.0% 95.1% Special Collec on for Human Development: $ 1,026

    Special Collection next weekend Thanksgiving Food Drive This collection will assist our parish primarily through our St. Vincent DePaul Society to provide food and food gift cards for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday to needy families in our local community. Thank you for your support in providing joy to those in need during this holiday.

    On-Line Giving Program In an effort to modernize our Electronic Funds Transfer Program while reducing fees and saving me, our parish has decided to switch our online gi processing to Parish Giving. Please consider enrolling in this secure giving method. If you have any ques ons or for more informa on about this on-line giving program , please contact the Parish Office for assistance. Thank you for your generosity.

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    Parish Library

    Open Sundays, 9:30 to 11:30 AM Our parish library has approximately 1,800 books and is growing. We also have DVDs, Videos covering Catholicism, Liturgy, Spirituality, Morality, Scripture, History and other related subjects. Our children’s sec on is also growing. For more informa on please contact the parish office. Please return any overdue books to the Parish Library. Thank you!

    Rides to Mass This ministry seeks to provide transporta on to and from weekend Mass for those unable to drive. For more informa on, to volunteer to provide transporta on for a parishioner or to request transporta on please email Cathy at [email protected]

    Altar & Rosary Society The ladies of our Altar & Rosary commit to praying the Rosary to Our Lady for our parish community and inten ons. They gather monthly for prayer and mee ng. Together with several parish func ons, they assist in the care and cleaning of our parish church. For more informa on contact Marianne Tamasi 921-7485.

    Knights of Columbus The Knights are looking for some men ages 18+ to join us in serving our parish and the community. We do many different things, so there is something for everyone. We provide help to the needy,

    support various family ac vi es such as movie nights, and soup and salad for the parish on Fridays during lent. We also support various “Respect Life” events. Most important is being part of St. Paul and helping where we can. For more Informa on contact Joe Bendas at 609- 439-2708 or [email protected]

    Child Care/Nursery Ministry During the 10 am Sunday Morning Mass child care is provided by professionally trained staff for children six months of age to four years old. The nursery is located in the pre-school classroom in the St Paul School. Please contact the Nursery Coordinator, Kelly Messick at [email protected] (Last date for summer 2016 is June 26.)

    Bereavement Ministry The Bereavement Ministry seeks to assist families at the me of the passing of a loved one with the details of planning a funeral liturgy. In addi on this ministry organizes support groups twice a year for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one. Please contact John Twamley at 609-924-1743 for more informa on.

    Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) Are you interested in learning more about the Catholic faith and how to become a member of our community? Do you need to complete your Sacraments of Ini a on? Then RCIA is a process for you. Contact Deacon Frank 516-316-2500.

    PARISH STAFF Ernie Andreoli

    Director of Music [email protected]

    (609) 524-0507

    Monica Heucke Administrative Assistant Parish [email protected]

    (609) 924-1743

    Susan Howley Administrative Assistant Sacraments

    [email protected] (609) 524-0506

    Lee Brennan Business Manager

    [email protected] (609) 524-0502

    Mary Beth Wells Parish Accountant

    [email protected] (609) 524-0503

    Mynor Arriola Facilities Manager

    [email protected] (609) 924-1743 ext. 136

    PARISH TRUSTEES William Ryan Lee Brennan

    PASTORAL COUNCIL Patrick Brown, Facilitator

    FINANCE COUNCIL Frank Ragany, Facilitator

    Altar and Rosary Society Marianne Tamasi 921-7485 Bible Study Don & Joan Luecke 799-8047 Bereavement John Twamley 924-1743 Hospitality Jackie Wadsworth 921-6937 Knights of Columbus www.kofc636.org Joe Bendas 609-439-2708 Lectio Divina Claire Gmachl [email protected] Lectors & Eucharistic Minister Deacon Jim Knipper New Parishioners Welcome Donna Murray 921-8546

    Child Care/Nursery Ministry Kelly Messick [email protected] Parish Library Marianne Marron 924-1743 Pre-Cana Fred and Shelby Tewell 532-4147 Respect Life Nate Eberle 849-8583 Prayer Shawl Ministry Teresa Knipper 558-0582 Spiritual Direction Jennifer Hinton 558-0985 Teresa Knipper 558-0582 Social Justice Suzanne Richer 896-2210 Special Needs Mass Barbara Conforti 609-688-6880

    SPS Endowment Committee St. Paul School 921-7587 St. Paul Athletic Commission Christopher Cano [email protected]

    St. Paul School PTA Annie Haan [email protected] St. Vincent de Paul Society ext 250 Rides to Mass Cathy Vanderpool

    [email protected] Ushers Ray Wadsworth 462-2467 Virtus Facilitator Anne Marie Calderone [email protected]


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    Worship Aid G S Come, Ye Thankful People, Come #405 G

    Priest: The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all.

    People: And with your spirit. G

    L W F R II M 7:1-2,9-14

    The King of the world will raise us up to live again forever. R P P 17

    S R II T 2:16-3:5

    May the Lord encourage your hearts and strengthen them. G L 20:27-38

    He is not God of the dead, but of the living.

    P F

    I believe in one God, the Father almighty, maker of heaven and

    earth, of all things visible and invisible. I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ, the Only Bego en Son of God, born of the Father before all ages. God from God, Light from Light, true God from true God, bego en, not made, consubstan al with the Father; through him all things were made. For us men and for our salva on he came down from heaven, and by the Holy Spirit was incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became man. For our sake he was crucified under Pon us Pilate, he suffered death and was buried, and rose again on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures. He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead and his kingdom will have no end. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and the Son, who with the Father and the Son is adored and glorified, who has spoken through the prophets. I believe in one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church. I confess one bap sm for the forgiveness of sins and I look forward to the resurrec on of the dead and the life of the world to come. Amen.

    P S You Are Near #446 L E

    May the Lord accept the sacrifice at your hands for the praise and glory of his name, for our good and the good of all his holy Church.

    Priest: The Lord be with you. People: And with your Spirit. Priest: Li up your hearts. People: We li them up to the Lord. Priest: Let us give thanks to the Lord our God. People: It is right and just.


    M A

    C R

    Priest: Behold the Lamb of God...supper of the Lamb. People: Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under

    my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed.

    C S Shepherd Me, O God #474 Shelter Me, O God #471 S S Sing with All the Saints in Glory #507

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    We Pray for One Another

    Sunday, November 6 7:00 AM For the People of the Parish (Parish) 8:30 AM Mary Ann Murphy (Bernade e Murphy) 10:00 AM Leonard Wall (Trombe a Family) 11:30 AM Marcia O'Donnell (Trombe a Family) 5:00 PM Maria Domenica Gatano (Vincent & Maria Baldino) 7:00 PM See Spanish Sec on Monday, November 7 6:45 AM Leon Jean (Racelle Sylvan) Marie Rachel Manganiello (Donna Pilenza) 8:15 AM Deceased Members of St. Paul Altar & Rosary Society

    (Altar & Rosary Society) Robert Hoffman (Mrs. R. Hoffman) Tuesday, November 8 6:45 AM Nicole & Margarite Pirone & Family (Family Members) Ellen Rendale (Altar & Rosary Society) 8:15 AM Frederick & Trudy Robertson (Anne Marie Calderone) Michelin & Vito Rossi (Micky Ma coli) Wednesday, November 9

    The Dedica on of the Lateran Basilica 6:45 AM Robert & Helen Cullen (Mary Agnes Procaccino) Winnie Shinnick (I'Donnell Family) 8:15 AM Cris na & Nicola Tamasi (Gino & Maria Rossi) Anthony Perna (Mrs. Santoro) 12:10 PM Umberto & Filomena Pirone (Anthony Pirone) Pearl & Domenico Tamasi (Family) Thursday, November 10

    Saint Leo the Great, Pope, Doctor of the Church 6:45 AM Nancy Ercolano (Michael & Gemma DeSan s) Herbert Smith (Georgia Fesmire)

    8:15 AM Gabriel & Luisa Sasso (Catherine Sasso) Umberto & Filomena Pirone (Chris ne Tamasi) Friday, November 11

    Saint Mar n of Tours, Bishop 6:45 AM Joseph Haupt & Boyd Families (Catherine Dalle Nogare) Joseph Koszeghy (Mrs. Koszeghy) 8:15 AM Sebas ano & Ermelinda Carnevale (Antonie a Sferra) Royal Anderson (Josephine Schmeisser) 12:10 PM Deceased Members Perna, Ma coli & Pirone Families

    (Anna Pirone) Adan mo & Carmela Armen , Dora & Enrico Cifelli

    (M/M Costan no Procaccini) Saturday, November 12

    Saint Josaphat, Bishop, Martyr 8:15 AM Salvatore & Mary Forte, Nicholas & Angelo Arcaro

    (Carmela Arcaro) Barry Kaverich (Falo co & Evans Families) 5:30 PM For the People of the Parish (Parish) Sunday, November 13 7:00 AM Varkey Puthenpura (Ma hew Family) 8:30 AM Meaghan McLaughlin Dagner (Petrone Family) 10:00 AM Pasquale Procaccini (Evelyna Procaccini) 11:30 AM John Healy (Barbara & John Chatham) 5:00 PM Antonio Sferra (Clara Sferra) 7:00 PM See Spanish Sec on

    Mass Intentions

    Our Deceased Sisters and Brothers

    Our Sisters and Brothers Suffering Illness Ellen Rendale, David Gerard, Sister Donald, Jean Pierre Geronimi, Daniel Roach, Robert Esposito, Fred Brubaker, Ralph Finaldi, Carolyn Hefner, Michael Johnson, Monica Nathan, Amelita Villaruz, Michael Brennan, Edward Raybuck, David Tierno, Beth Welsh, Louis A. Izzo, Terry Choman, Richard Canning, Patricia Raya, Josiah Adams, Maryanne Gawlak, Robert Wright, Silvia Masala, Judy Caracio, Van Nam Nguyen, Christopher Tama, Pat Bourdette, Alexia Warren, Janet Fenwick, Caroline Hefner, Joseph Ratclif, Stephanie Tama, Leah Adams, Kathleen Bueschen, John Lamb Maria Cremona Morales, Pat Pratico, David Springsteen,

    Theresa Lachance, Agnes Smith, Lisa Adams, Han Eng

    Flower Memorials Altar, Blessed Mother, St. Joseph: inten ons of the Ma hew


    Our Sisters and Brothers Preparing for Marriage II Spencer Sydorko and Dianne Bacsik

    ur Newly Baptized Sisters and Brothers Allison Magdalena Marie Barker, Chris an Peter Gounis, Chloe Collins Harris

    Our Parishioners Serving in the Military: Kevin Smith, Chief USN; Capt. Ma hew Collier, USMC; LTC.S.F. Michael Stefanchik IV, U.S. Army; Capt. David M. York, USMC; Lt. Peter York, USA; Capt. Peter Dixon, USMC; LCDR Michael Pe ola, USN Reserve; Michael Caponi, Airman 1st Class; , Lt. Col. Sco G. Williams, MD; Lt. Col. Robert J. Halle , USMC; Major Richard D. Halle , USMC;SPC Kevin Cunningham; Lt. Markus Franz, USN; PFC Kevin Morgan, USMC; Lt. Richard Maia co, USN; SFC Larry Smith; Patrick David; Cpl Trey Rasmussen, USMC; AFC Asa Rodriguez, USAF; Gilberto del Rio, USN; 1st Lt. Thomas Patrick Gallagher Jr., USMC; Capt. Kelli E. Gallagher, USMC; OC Shamil Rodriguez; Lt. Marguerite DeHaven NFO; SPS Stephen Stahl; OC Kevin Jones, USN; Army Sgt. Joseph Jackson; Lt. Stephan K. Murphy, USA; Antoine Gordon; 2nd Lieut. Timothy M. Maciag, USAF; LCpl. Kevin D. Quinn, USMC; LCpl Robert J. Quinn, USMC; David Eduardo Calves, USMC 2nd Lt.; LTJG Michael L. Allis, USN; Brian Gutro, USA

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    Faith Formation A Message from John Michael McGuire As a Church we live as community, and every aspect of our faith life reflects the fact that we are united. The sacraments aren’t an exception. The three Sacraments of Initiation, Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist bring us into the community, empower us with the grace of the Holy Spirit, and bond us more deeply into the body of Christ. Next Saturday many of our children will be receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time. This is a good opportunity to consider this sacrament of healing. A mistaken concept is that Christians believe that God is angry with us when we sin, and that we incur his wrath. The truth of the matter is that our loving Father never turns his back on us, even when we sin and disappoint God in our selfishness. Like Adam and Eve we are ashamed in our “nakedness” and we hide from him and his grace. The longer we take to admit to our failure and ask for forgiveness the harder it becomes to return, even though all that God really wants is us to return to him, no matter how unforgiveable we feel the wrong we have committed is. Further in confessing our sins we are reconciled with our community, the Church. As we become trapped in our sinfulness we tend to distance ourselves from our community. We all sinners, but cling to an imagine that the Church is a place only for saints reinforcing that we

    do not belong. This is why I believe we have ritual and sacramental Confession instead of simply praying to God and asking for forgiveness in private. The priest is a representative of Christ, and of the community he shepherds. When we hear the words “you are forgiven” it comes from Christ and his Mystical Body the Church. It becomes a welcoming reestablishing our relationship with our God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the Church, our community. As our children prepare to experience this sacrament for the first me, let us pray that they and we all can acknowledge this Sacrament of Reconciliation as a healing of relationships with God, self and one another. Please pray for our children and their parents as they prepare to walk more intentionally on a life long journey of faith in the community of the Church.

    Mr. John McGuire Director of Religious Education

    [email protected] (609) 524-0509

    Mrs. Kaitlyn Mayer

    Confirmation Coordinator [email protected]

    (609) 524-0511

    Ms. Kristi Desatnick Administrative Assistant

    [email protected] (609) 524-0510

    Office Hours

    Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

    Lunch: from 12:00 to 1:15 pm.

    Sacrament Policy Reminder It is expected that children begin preparing for the Sacrament of First Reconciliation/First Holy Communion in first grade, and that young people begin preparing for

    Confirmation during their seventh grade year. This policy allows for a child to receive an adequate amount of preparation and catechesis in order to experience and understand the sacrament they will be celebrating.

    Children in Catholic Schools If your child attends a Catholic School other than St. Paul School please contact the Parish Office of Religious Education to be sure they are enrolled in any upcoming sacrament preparation. Ideally, students who will celebrate First Reconciliation and First Communion should be signed up in first grade. Students preparing for Confirmation should begin no later than 7th grade. For more information please contact the Office of Religious Education by email at:

    [email protected]

    Children’s Liturgy of the Word Children’s Liturgy of the Word is a special opportunity for children at 10:00 am Mass to share the Word of God in an age appropriate reflection. Children from 4 years old up to second grade will be invited to come forward after the Collect to receive a blessing and process to the Parish Center where they will celebrate a Liturgy of the Word and then return at the Preparation of the Gifts. New volunteers are always welcome. Please contact the Religious Education Office if interested.

    Sense Sensitive Mass Our parish welcomes families with special needs to attend our weekly 5:00 pm Sunday Mass. Music, sounds and sights will be welcoming to those with challenges. We gather as a community to celebrate the Successes, Uniqueness and Challenges of all God’s children. For further information please contact Barbara Conforti at: 609-688-6880 or [email protected]

    First Reconciliation

    First Reconciliation will be celebrated on Saturday, November 12th.

    Children attending Saint Paul School, Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, and Family Home Study will attend the 9:30 am celebration.

    Children attending Sunday PREP, Tuesday PREP, Hispanic PREP, and Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart

    will celebrate the sacrament at 11:00 am.

    Please remember to bring a 2.5 x 3.5 in wallet sized photo for our prayer board! If your child is unable to attend, please contact the Office of Religious Education

    Religious Ed Alerts Please sign-up to receive Parish Religious Education Program Announcements through your email. Go to www.stpaulsofprinceton.org click on Faith Formation> Religious Education/Formation> Parish Religious Education Program. Click on the bell icon and follow the instructions. You will receive all important announcements directly to your email.

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    Confirmation Parent Connect: September Thank you to all the parents who were able to a end our Parent/Candidate mee ng. If you were unable to a end,

    please contact Kait [email protected] to get the necessary informa on! Please con nue to check out this sec on of the bulle n for future updates including ways to get your Candidate talking about One8 sessions at home with your family! Parents, please don’t forget to subscribe to our email list by tex ng “ParentConnect” to 84576. Sponsors can also join an email list with support for them by tex ng “Sponsor” to 84576.

    Next Session: October Credo In this session, we talked about the existence of God and the implica on this has on our lives. Teenagers will likely have a discussion with someone who does not believe in God or who challenges their belief in God at some me during high school. This a ernoon, we began to give Candidates some prac cal reasons why there is a Creator and that Creator is God. We also challenged them to make an important dis nc on; we challenged them to ask if they just believed there was a God or if they believed in God. Belief in God requires trust and self-surrender, whereas belief that there is a God doesn't necessarily require our response. Teens discussed how they lived their lives currently and struggles they faced with living a life trus ng completely in God. The ques on of how fully we believe in God is an important one and is worthy of further discussion a er this session. Some ques ons you can use to con nue the conversa on with your Candidate are: Have you ever been in a discussion with someone about the existence of God? What happened? If someone were to ask you why you believed in God, what would you tell him or her (This is a great me to share reasons why you believe in God and some of your faith experiences with your son or daughter.) Why? In the later por on of the day, we discussed the rela onship our faith has to the Sacrament of Bap sm. If you had your son or daughter bap zed as an infant, chances are good that they do not

    News From Our Parish School

    Come Visit Us! Our next school tour is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 17 at 9am. This is a great opportunity to speak with student ambassadors, parent representa ves and school administrators and visit classrooms while school is in session. Please contact Michele Cano, Director of Admissions at 609-921-7587 x149 or via email [email protected] to register for the event. We hope to see you soon!

    Winter Uniforms! As a reminder, winter uniforms must be worn beginning Monday, Nov. 7. Please refer to the Student Handbook for the complete uniform policy. The Student Handbook can be found on the website.

    Thank You! Thanks to all for making the Scholas c Bookaneer Book Fair the greatest yet! With your kind generosity, classroom libraries were expanded and new technology items can be purchased in the future. Proceeds from the Dress Down Day enabled us to create a book basket and provide the Gi of Mobility and Learning to the Children's Specialized Hospital.

    PTA Board Meeting The PTA Board’s next mee ng is Thursday, Nov. 10 at 8:15pm in the spiritual center.

    School Board Seeks New Members The St. Paul Parish School Board is a volunteer board of delegated responsibility that gathers in the spirit of the Gospel to promote, sustain and ensure the ministry of quality Catholic educa on. At St. Paul School, the board is comprised of parishioners, parents and representa ves of

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    Mr. Ryan Killeen, Principal

    [email protected] (609) 921-7587 ext. 101

    Mr. Salvatore Chiaravalloti Vice Principal

    [email protected] 609) 921-7587 ext. 142

    Mrs. Michele Cano Admission and Advancement

    [email protected] (609) 921-7587 ext. 149

    Mrs. Karen DelleFave Administrative Assistant

    [email protected] (609) 921-7587 ext. 100

    Mr. John Wandishin School Board Chairperson

    A 2012 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence

    visit us: www.spsprinceton.org or facebook.com/spsprinceton

    remember this important sacrament. Bap sm is our gateway to life in Christ, and it plants the seed of faith within us. Take

    me this week to talk with your teenager about his or her Bap sm. Talk about the day, the people who were there, the priest who bap zed them, and the church they were bap zed in. Give details so they can visualize this significant event in their life. If there are pictures from their Bap sm, use this as an opportunity to show him or her pictures from the day. Most importantly, take me to discuss with your son or daughter why you chose to have them bap zed and how you chose his or her Godparents. Don’t underes mate how powerful it can be for your teenager to hear this story; your witness of faith will speak volumes.

    Next Session: November Sunday, November 20, 2016 1:00pm-6:00pm This session includes a snack for

    candidates and concludes with the 5:00pm Sunday Mass. Outward Signs This session will give Candidates an overview of the seven sacraments of the Church. It will briefly explain the role these sacraments play in the life of the Church and will define what grace is and how it is received through the sacraments. Epic Story At this session candidates will come to understand God’s plan of salva on, and how that plan has been revealed through Sacred Scripture. Candidates will be challenged to respond to God’s plan for their life, and submit their plans to God’s greater plan.

    Registration All students entering 8th grade in any of the schools served by our parish are eligible to register for Confirma on. Please email Kris

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    K of C Membership Drive The Knights of Columbus are seeking men 18 years of age and older to join their fraternal society. Members will be available following

    the Masses this weekend.

    Altar and Rosary Society Meeting The Altar and Rosary Society will gather for

    their monthly mee ng on Monday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 pm in the spiritual center.

    Lectio Divina: Praying with Scripture Lec o Divina is the prac ce of praying with scripture; it combines reading the text in its context, listening to phrases that speak out to us, medita ng on the text, and engaging with God in prayer over it. Through the richness of God’s Word, we are calmed,

    refreshed, and strengthened. Join us for an hour of praying with scripture every Tuesday, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the Conference Room in the Parish Center. No prior prac ce or prepara on necessary. For more info, email Claire at: [email protected]

    Early Church Fathers Study Group Next gathering is Monday, Nov. at 7:30 pm in Spiritual Center Rooms 1 & 2. We will discussion Saint Catherine of Siena, "The Dialogue". Tears. Truth. (pp. 161-204). For more informa on contact Shyamoli at [email protected] gmail.com or parish website.

    K of C Meeting The Knights of Columbus’ next mee ng is Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 7:30 pm in the Spiritual Center.

    Finance Council Meeting The parish Finance Council will be mee ng on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 6:30 pm in the Parish House Conference Room.

    Eucharistic Adoration Each Friday following the 8:15 am Mass un l the 5:00 pm in the chapel. The church will remain open un l 9:00 pm each day for private prayer.

    Coffee & Donut Sunday Join Us For Coffee and Donuts Next Sunday, Nov. 13, following the Sunday morning Masses in the spiritual center.

    Faith , Vegetarian Food &Fun Please join us to hear Andy Romanelli, Special Educa on Teacher discuss "The Challenges of Changing to a Vegan Diet" on Thursday, Nov. 10 from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Spiritual Center Auditorium. We will also be having our meatless pot luck. Please bring a meatless, dairy free , egg free and fish free dish for 2-3 people. Please RSVP Mary Ann Cavallaro by email:[email protected]

    Thank You for Sock-tober! Thanks to your generosity, Zach and his friends have collected 300 pairs of socks for Home Front. It's much more than the goal set of 100! Thank you very much!!

    New Altar Servers Students in 4th grade or above interested in becoming Altar Servers are invited to contact the parish office. Training sessions will be scheduled shortly. This service is a great opportunity to experience closeness to the Lord, to learn about our faith, and to start prac cing service to others.

    This Week at St. Paul (continued from pg. 3)

    Friday, November 11 9:00 am-5:00 pm 9:45-10:30 am 6:00-9:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:30-9:00 pm 8:00-10:00 pm 8:00-10:00 pm

    Eucharis c Adora on SPS Pageant Rehearsal SPAC Basketball Wedding Rehearsal Veteran’s Day Concert Hispanic Marian Prayer Group Hispanic Choir #2 Rehearsal

    Chapel Auditorium B & C Gym Church Church Rooms 1 & 2 Music Ministry Office

    Saturday, November 12 8:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00-10:00 am 9:30 am 11:30 am 2:00 pm 4:00 pm

    SPAC Basketball Bap smal Prepara on Gathering First Reconcilia on First Reconcilia on Wedding Confession

    Gym Rooms 1 & 2 Church Church Church Church

    8:30 am-1:00 pm 8:40-9:45 9:45-11:15 am 10:00 am 1:00 pm 1:00-2:30 pm 1:00-3:00 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 4:30-6:45 pm 7:00 pm 8:00-9:30 pm

    Coffee and Donuts Sunday Parish Religious Educa on Program Child Care/Nursery Ministry Children’s Liturgy of the Word Bap sm (Spanish) Tiger Cub Scouts Den #12 SPAC Basketball WCC Organ Concert Hispanic Catechist Mee ng Hispanic Parish Religious Educa on Program Hispanic Children’s Liturgy of the Word Corazones Unidos

    Auditorium B & C School Pre-School Auditorium A Church Rooms 1 & 2 Gym Church Cafeteria School Auditorium A Auditorium B & C

    Sunday, November 13

    6:30-8:30 pm 6:30-9:00 pm 7:00-9:00 PM 7:00-8:30 pm

    Thursday, November 10 Vegan Potluck Dinner Finance Council Mee ng One8 Leadership Team Mee ng Adult Choir Rehearsal

    Auditorium B & C Parish House Conference Room Rooms 1 & 2 Choir Lo

    Parish Announcements

    By the Numbers 2015-2016

    Goals 2016-2017 • Make the 2017-2018 registra on/ re-registra on process

    more accessible through both online registra on, and in-person re-registra on events

    • Encourage parent enrollment in alerts through the parish website that will keep them up to date on the parish religious educa on program in regard to special events and closings.

    • Engage parents of children preparing for sacraments, par cularly Reconcilia on and First Eucharist especially during sacramental retreats and their children’s class mes.

    • Cul va ng volunteers

    Stewardship: Religious Ed Enrollment

    Total Program .................... 688 First Communion ............... 134 Confirma on ...................... 118

    Volunteers Total .................................... 58 Adults .................................. 48 Teen Aides ........................... 10

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    General Information Get on our email list! Email Kait

    Immaculata Series Jesus came to us through Mary. We too can go through Mary to get to Jesus. This series explores Mary as the New Eve, the New Ark, the Tabernacle of the Lord, and the Queen of Heaven. As we learn more about Mary we are brought deeper into the mysteries of Christ the Savior and Redeemer. During the Immaculata Series, we’ll dive deeper into our rela onship with Jesus by learning about Mary through games and ac vi es, talks, discussion, and prayer. All teens in grades 8-12 are invited to join us for this four-part series. Sun 11/6 Dwelling Place Join us to discover Jesus as the Paschal sacrifice that we are in communion with in the Eucharist and, like Mary, become tabernacles of the Lord @ 6:00pm Rms 1& 2

    Parent Life 11/7, 12/5 @ 5:30pm in Auditorium A As part of the Immaculata Series, we’re also offering a component for parents! This will be an opportunity to get a glimpse of what your teens are learning and doing during the series as well as grow in your own understanding of and rela onship with Mary. All parents of teens in grads 8-12 are invited to join us - even if your teen hasn’t a ended a youth ministry event (yet)!

    Youth Mass & Teen Music Ministry 11/23 @ 5:00pm in the Church Our next Youth Mass of the 2016-2017 year is November 23, 2016. We’ll be led in worship and song by our Teen Music Ministry. If you are a high school teen interested in joining TMM, please email Kait ([email protected]) and/or Mrs. Moore ([email protected]) for more informa on. Rehearsals are at 4:00pm prior to Mass.

    Glow In The Dark Dodgeball! 11/23 @ 6:00pm in the Gymnasium All high school youth in grades 8-12 are invited to a end this month’s youth night: Glow In The Dark Dodgeball! All youth in grades 8 to 12 are invited to join us for a night of fun in the dark! Be sure to dress for the occasion! Mark your calendar now and be sure to invite your friends. Prizes awarded to the winning team as well as to the returning teen who brings the most first-

    me teens - don’t miss this!

    Mrs. Kaitlyn Mayer Youth Ministry/

    Confirmation Coordinator

    (609) 524-0511 [email protected]

    Youth Ministry Follow us! @sppym facebook.com/stpaulsofprincetonym

    General Information Like us! www.facebook.com/sppyam

    Get on our email list! Email Kait ([email protected])

    The Name of God Is Mercy Nov 8 @ 7:00pm in Rooms 1 & 2 All young adults (18-39) are invited to join us as we con nue book series. In his first book published as Pope, and in conjunc on with the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, Pope Francis invites all humanity to an in mate and personal dialogue on the subject closest

    to his heart—mercy—which has long been the cornerstone of his faith and is now the central teaching of his papacy. On Nov 8, we’ll con nue the series with Chapter 8: Mercy and Compassion and Chapter 9: Living the Year of Mercy

    Sandwich Night Nov 15 @ 7:00pm in Rooms 1 & 2 Join us for a night of service! We’ll be making sandwich bags to be brought to the

    Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.

    Pray | Play Nov 22 @ 7pm in Rooms 1 & 2 Pray | Play is about as basic as it gets: We'll gather at 7pm for a short me of prayer and then have a game night. Snacks and drinks are on us :) Feel free to invite other young adults in the area to join us. This month, we’ll be praying the Seven Sorrows of Mary and then have a Se lers of Catan game night.

    Magnify: The Joyful Mysteries Nov 29 @ 7:00pm in Rooms 1 & 2 "Magnify" is a series that we developed to help us all dive deeper into the mysteries of the Rosary and to slow down as we pray them together. This month, we’re going back to the basics with the Joyful Mysteries! Join us for a night of discussion and prayer as we explore these mysteries in art, music, and wri ng while praying through the rosary.

    Wine & Cheese Night! Dec 6 @ 7:00pm in Auditorium B & C Join us for a night of celebra on and fun! All young adults 21-39 are invited to a end. Free admission, but feel free to make a dona on.

    Young Adult Ministry (late teens 18-19, 20’s & 30’s)

    ([email protected]) for a registra on form to ensure your child has a spot in our program for 2016-2017. Please email Kait ([email protected]) with any ques ons.

    Get Involved It’s not too late for you to get involved to help out with One8 this year! We want to con nue to grow for the 2016-2017 year and are offering four major ways for parishioners to support our Candidates with different degrees of me and commitment. 1. Leadership Team - open to teens and to adults. 2. Environment/Opera ons Team - se ng the scene for our sessions & helping them run smoothly. 3. Hospitality Team - helping out with food/refreshments. 4.

    Intercessory Prayer Team - pray inten onally for our candidates and the One8 team. Training and support is offered for all of the posi ons - if you feel God calling you to any one of these roles but are in midated due to lack of experience, step out in faith and trust God (and the training!) will equip you for these ministries! Anyone interested please visit h p://bit.ly/2cg5WUh (case sensi ve) for more info and to sign up.

    Leadership Team We have a Leadership Team mee ng to work on our January sessions on Thursday, November 10 at 7:00pm. Please email Kait ([email protected]) to let her know if you can be there!

    Confirmation (continued from page 9)

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    Intenciones: En Accion de Gracia por:

    cumpleaños de Carlota Tlaseca y por el Aniversario de Bodas de Ines y Fermin Soto.

    Rogamos tambien por el pronto regreso a casa de Noel Ibarra

    Ayuda con Documentación: La Sra. Victoria Pena, trabajadora social, esta dispuesta a colaborar con la diligencia de cualquier documento valido que algunos de ustedes tengan que llenar ante ins tuciones, empleadores, seguros, e Iglesias. Agradecemos profundamente la colaboración a la Sra. Victoria. La pueden contactar a su correo electrónico [email protected] o dejar la información

    per nente en la oficina con el Padre Miguel Igualmente el Sr. Joel Mar nez esta dispuesto en colaborar dentro de esta área, su correo electrónico es 22joelmar [email protected]

    Celebración a María de Guadalupe: Este ano las MANANITAS serán el 11 de Diciembre después de nuestra Misa Dominical. Empezaremos con refrescos en los bajos de la Iglesia y después hacia las 9:00pm subiremos para tener un momento espiritual en la Iglesia hasta las 10:45pm.

    Pastoral Hispana Mensaje del Padre Miguel Valle El evangelio, al acercarnos al final del ano litúrgico, nos lleva a pensar en el mas allá; nos ofrece una idea general de la vida futura; mas que decirnos claramente “como” será esta vida, se limita a afirmar el hecho de que la vida después de la muerte es algo cierto y real. Los saduceos, judíos que no creían en la resurrección de los muertos, hicieron su ridículo e insidiosa pregunta a Jesús, no porque esperaban o deseaban una respuesta, sino porque querían que Jesús mostrara su ignorancia ante un problema que para ellos no tenia respuesta. Jesús los confundió con su sabiduría divina. Hasta ahora, algunas personas que no creen o que pertenecen a otras Iglesias, hacen preguntas a los católicos sencillos, no porque desean aprender de ellos o saber lo que ellos creen; hacen preguntas para ver si pueden confundir o poner en ridículo a las personas que creen. El evangelio de este domingo, mas que de la resurrección de los muertos, habla de la supervivencia de los vivos. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob siguen viviendo en Dios y con Dios. En este mundo vivimos en Dios y con Dios, en medio de las distracciones de la vida. Después de la muerte Dios será nuestro único punto de referencia; viviremos con El para siempre, sin ninguna clase de distracción. El “Dios de Abraham, Isaac y Jacob” es el Dios del Éxodo que hablo a Moisés, el Dios de la vida, el que escucho el clamor del pueblo oprimido y lo libero de la esclavitud de Egipto, es el Dios que nos da vida y que nos pide que demos vida a los demás, comenzando por los pobres y oprimidos. Por la muerte nos unimos a una comunidad divina, defini va y eterna a la que estamos llamados todos, y de la que ya formamos parte por la Comunión de los Santos. Como se nos recuerda en la liturgia de los funerales, al morir cambiamos de morada; pasamos a vivir en la Jerusalén Celes al. Al morir dejamos aquí

    nuestro cuerpo, nuestra “barca”, con ella hemos navegado por la vida, a veces en medio de borrascas y tempestades, y la dejamos al morir para ir a otro mar, al mar de la eternidad con Jesús

    Padre Miguel Valle [email protected] (609) 924-1743 ext. 119 o 146

    Sra. Sara Cortés Coordinadora de Catequesis [email protected]

    Sabados: 1:00 pm a 4:00 pm Domingos: 8:00 pm a 9:00 pm

    Martes y Jueves: 7:00 pm a 9:30 pm

    Sra. Nidia Beltran Secretaria

    [email protected]; 609-475-2216

    Horas de Oficinade de Padre Miguel Miercoles y Jueves 9:00 am a 1:00 pm

    Martes, Miercoles y Jueves 6:00 pm a 9:00 pm

    Pero para una mayor organizacion, resevar una cita a traves de sus asistente, la Sra. Nidia


    Servicios de secretaria Domingos, 8:00 pm-10:00 pm e Lunes 7:00 pm-9:30 pm en la Oficina Hispana

    Grupo de Adultos Alianza Reuniones cada segundo y cuarto domingo del mes de 8:00pm a 10:00

    pm en el Centro Espiritual. Acompáñanos a orar con las Sagrada Escrituras.

    Grupo de Oracion Carismatica Maranatha Lunes de 8:00 pm a 10:00 pm en el centro espiritual de la Iglesia.

    Recuerde que la renovación carismática no es un movimiento más, es la iglesia en movimiento. Te invitamos!

    El Grupo Lectio Divina se reúne todos los jueves de 8:00 pm a 10:00 pm en el Centro

    Espiritual. Acompáñanos a orar con las Sagradas Escrituras. Grupo Mariano María es la intercesora por excelencia de nosotros los cristianos ante el

    Padre, Dios. María es la fiel discípula de Jesús. Nuestro lema seria: "a Jesús por María". Ven y disfruta de este refresco espiritual en el horario indicado Todos los viernes de 8:00pm a 10:00pm en el centro Espiritual sección “B” Acompáñanos a rezar el Santo Rosario y déjate llevar a Jesús de la mano de María. Para más Información: Nidia 609 475 2216 o Jorge: 609 947 2941.


    Liturgia Ministerial: Altar Servers Lectors Extraordinary Ministers Colectores

    Xanya Peral* Xyzel Peral Melvin Noyola

    Erika Sanchez Margarita Murillo

    Manuel Alberto Rosemary Figueroa Gremel Sarmiento Thomas Svoboda Marilu Sarmiento

    Faus no Alberto Raul Calvimontes Eva Alberto Ambrosio Solares

    Liturgia de La Palabra

    Primera Lectura: II Macabeos 7:1-2, 9-14 El rey del mundo resucitará a nosotros a

    vivir otra vez para siempre.

    Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 17: Al despertar me saciaré de tu

    semblante, Señor.

    Segunda Lectura: 2 Tesalonicenses 2:163:5 Puede el Señor animar a vuestros

    corazones y fortalecerlas.

    Evangelio: Lucas 20:27-38 Él no es Dios de los muertos,

    sino de la vida

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    Después hacia las 11pm hasta la 1:45am tendremos la intervención de los MARIACHIS y terminaremos con un buen chocolate en el sótano de la iglesia. El día 12 de Diciembre tendremos la Santa Misa a las 7:00pm. y luego nuestro Acto Cultural en el gimnasio de la Escuela. No faltes.

    Formación Bíblica para Adultos: Son unas catequesis sencillas que se impar rán a par r del Segundo lunes de Sep embre en las reuniones de la Renovación Carismá ca de 8pm a 9pm en la sección A del sótano de la Iglesia. Empezaremos con una narración de la vida de San Pablo y su mensaje para nosotros hoy. San Pablo es un pilar del cris anismo. Conocer su vida, sus escritos y su apasionante apostolado no nos dejara indiferentes. Solo se pide como texto guía, la Biblia La noamericana, un cuarderno y mucho entusiasmo de querer encontrarnos con Jesús a través del tes monio vivo y real del apóstol de los gen les. Interesados hacerse registrar con el Sr Raul Calvimontes [email protected] o en la oficina hispana con la Señora Nidia Beltran.

    Necesitamos Catequistas: La catequesis es el proceso mediante el cual se forma en la vida de los niños la vida de Jesús y sus enseñanzas que dejo a través de su Iglesia. Interesados favor comunicarse con la Sra. Sara Cortes a 609.218.9157 o [email protected]

    RICA: Registraciones: Sacramentos de Iniciación Cristiana. El “RICA” que es un proceso de acompañamiento a los fundamentos de la Vida Cristiana siempre está abierto a recibir candidatos o catecúmenos. Interesados favor comunicarse con la Sra. Nidia Beltrán 609 475 2216 o a su correo electrónico [email protected]

    Ministerios: Una comunidad Cristiana se caracteriza por la presencia y dinamismo de los ministerios en la conducción de la comunidad. Pero los ministerios tienen que estar del todo coordinados. Nadie es mas que nadie. Todos hemos recibido dones del Señor para hacer crecer la comunidad. Interesados en ser Ministros de Eucaristía, Lectores o nuevos acólitos favor comunicarse con la sra Nidia (Nidia Beltrán 609 475 2216 o a su correo electrónico [email protected]) o venir los domingos después de la Santa Misa para hacerse inscribir en la oficina de ministerio


    Celebraciones y preparaciones bautismales: Los horarios tanto para preparación bautismal como para las celebraciones se mantendrán hasta el día 29 de octubre. los nuevos cambios a través del ano son como siguen: Preparación: Todos los primeros sábados de mes a partir del 1 de Octubre a las 7pm hasta junio 3 del 2017. Mientras que la CELEBRACION del bautismal serán los SEGUNDOS DOMINGOS de cada mes a la 1pm a partir del Octubre 9, 2016. si usted tiene alguna pregunta no dude en llamar a la Sra. Nidia Beltran a la dirección que aparece en la parte superior de esta pagina hispana.

    Niños de la Liturgia: Todos los niños de esta formidable catequesis volverán a partir del primer domingo de Octubre y, si algún miembro de la comunidad, sobre todo los jóvenes quienes son bilingües quieren ayudar con este magnifico programa, no dude en contactar a nuestra nueva directora Fabiola Pineda a [email protected] Y sea esta la oportunidad para agradecer de todo Corazón a Lisbeth quien muy generosamente presto este servicio pastoral por anos entre nosotros. Ahora ella es la asistente de la Sra. Fabi.

    Bendiciones: Los primeros domingos han sido elegidos para la presentación o bendición de niños recién nacidos. Los segundos domingos de cada mes es la oportunidad para la bendición de las quinceañeras mientras que los terceros domingos son las bendiciones para los matrimonios que quieran darle gracias a Dios por la alegría de su amor. Mas información con la Sra. Maria Villegas al 215 526 7097. [email protected] Servicio de Información: Para aquellos casos o situaciones comunitarias como violencia domestica,

    robos, sectores donde se expande el consumo de droga o cualquier otra situación irregular que usted (es) observen, favor comunicarse inmediatamente con el Oficial Jorge Narvaez al (609) 510 4222 o [email protected]

    Proceso Matrimonial: Por disposición Diocesana el Proceso matrimonial es de un año y las parejas interesadas en este Sacramento deben contactar a su sacerdote al tiempo debido. Se pueden comunicar con el Padre Miguel al [email protected] o llamándolo al teléfono 609 924 1743 x 119. Así mismo, la fechas para el Pre-cana o Cursillos Prematrimoniales para el 2016 son como siguen: Abril 18, Iglesia Nuestra Señora de Lourdes. Noviembre 19, Santa Rosa de Lima, Freehold. Interesados Favor llamar a Jossie Ruiz al 609 406 7151 o [email protected]

    Adoración Al Santísimo: Los úl mos Martes y los primeros Martes de cada mes desde 7:00 pm a 8:00 pm. Es la ocasión para encontrarnos con nuestra familia, amigos y grupos apostólicos. La espiritualidad ene que ser el centro de nuestra vida personal y parroquial. Jesus Eucaris a es centro de la vida cris ana. El secreto de todo apostolado y de una vida comunitaria ministerial está en la calidad de relación que mantengamos con el Maestro.

    Womenspace: Es una organización que te ayuda a prevenir la violencia doméstica en las relaciones de parejas. Cada persona tiene derecho a llevar una vida libre de violencia y de miedo a los abusos. Todas las personas tienen el deseo y la capacidad de controlar sus propias vidas. Si usted o alguien que usted conoce podría estar en peligro, estamos a su disposición las 24 horas del día, 7 días a la semana. Linea de Crisis: 1-800-281-2800

    Nuestra Misión Parroquial Nosotros, la comunidad Católica de San Pablo, en Princeton, honramos

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    Evangelio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Bautizados y formados en Dios como su pueblo, seguimos creciendo en la Tradición Apostólica de

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    the school administra on who make decisions that are ul mately approved by the Pastor. Key oversight responsibili es include Catholic Iden ty, Strategic Planning, Academics, Budge ng, Ins tu onal Advancement & Development, Facili es, Marke ng, Technology and Administra on. Currently the board is seeking candidates to join the board. The two open posi ons are for the responsibili es of: Ins tu onal Advancement & Development and Technology. Qualified candidates must be at least 18 years of age, registered St. Paul parishioners, and commi ed to a end and ac vely par cipate at board mee ngs and chair assigned commi ee mee ngs. Addi onally, if you have a general interest in serving on a sub-commi ee under the School Board, we would love to hear from you. We are always looking for talented people to share their experience and skills with St. Paul Parish School. Individuals who wish to share their me and talent in any of the above capaci es or have any ques ons should contact Ryan Killeen, School Principal - 609-921-7587 or [email protected] Thank you.

    November 13, 2016 at 3:00 pm St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, Princeton

    214, Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542 www.rider.edu/organ

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INSIDE THIS WEEK Announcements ........... page 10 Faith Formation .............. page 8 Faith to Move Mountains page 2 Our Holy Father .............. page 2 Parish School .................. page 9 Parish Staff/Ministries ..... page 4 Pastoral Hispana........... page 12 Sacrament Life ................ page 3 This Week ....................... page 3 Worship Aid ................... page 6 Young Adults ................ page 11 Youth Ministry .............. page 11 Saint Paul Parish The Catholic Community of Princeton LIFE EVERLASTING The second book of Maccabees tells a powerful story, and a rather gruesome one at that. But central to it, beyond the horrible deaths inflicted upon the brothers and their mother, is their belief in the promise of resurrection and life everlasting in God. Paul asks the Thessalonians to pray for him as he spreads Christ's message of love, so that he might be delivered from other nonbelievers anxious to do him harm. The apostle is confident in such prayer, just as he is confident in the everlasting support of Jesus and God the Father. And there's that "everlasting" word again. The Sadducees, not buying the idea, ask Jesus an interesting--albeit meaningless--question about the status of married life at the Resurrection. He tells the non- believers that marriage isn't an issue for the risen children of God. More importantly, he assures them that their ancestors do live on in God, even as evidenced by the Father's words to Moses. Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co. Parish/Rectory Office 214 Nassau Street Princeton, New Jersey 08542 Telephone: (609) 924-1743 Fax: (609) 924-7510 www.stpaulsofprinceton.org www.facebook.com/stpaulsofprinceton Convent 216 Nassau Street Princeton, New Jersey 08542 Telephone: (609) 924-4414 Parish/Rectory Office Hours Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Saint Paul School 218 Nassau Street Princeton, New Jersey 08542 Telephone: (609) 921-7587 Fax: (609) 921-0264 www.spsprinceton.org www.facebook.com/spsprinceton
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