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  • 3005 Country Club Road New Bern, NC 28562

    www.spccnb.org (252) 638-1984

    Office: M-F 8:30-4:00pm

    Saint Paul Catholic School (252) 633-0100

    Saint Peter the Fisherman Mission Parish in Oriental

    (252) 249-3687

    MASS SCHEDULE Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 pm Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 am, 11:00 am 1:00 pm (Misa en Español) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday . . . . . . 8:00 am Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am 6:00 pm Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 am at Old St. Paul First Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 am  Holy Days of Obliga on per announcements

    WELCOME VISITORS & GUESTS!

    New Parishioners Please register with the parish office

    SAINT PAUL ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD

    JANUARY 1, 2017

    PASTORAL STAFF

    Father Thomas Tully, Pastor Father Michael Schuetz, Parochial Vicar Deacon Mike Mahoney, ObISB, Parish Deacon Deacon Rick Fisher, Parish Deacon Sister Monique Dissen, IHM, Pastoral Associate Deacon David Kierski, School Administrator

  • THIS WEEK’S MASS INTENTIONS  

    1/1 Sunday 8:00am Sunday 11:00am + William Beck Sunday 1:00pm + Dr. Charles J. Beauchamp 1/2 Monday 8:00am L– Br Steven Mary Ruhl 1/3 Tuesday 8:00am + William Willemsen 1/4 Wednesday 9:00am Wednesday 6:00pm + Laura A Lorek 1/5 Thursday 8:00am 1/6 Friday 8:00am + Edmund Kutsko (OSP) 1/7 Saturday 5:00pm + Philip Adam

    JANUARY 2017 PARISH ACTIVITIES

    Saturday 1/7 8:00AM Mass – Blessed Mother 12:00PM CDA Potluck – School Library Monday 1/9 3:00PM JCDA Mee ng- FLC3 6:00PM Child Safety Leaders Mtg – Conference Room 6:30PM CDA Mee ng – School Library Tuesday 1/10 6:00PM Word on Fire Study – FLC2 Wednesday 1/11 6:30PM Bap sm Class – Conference Room 6:45PM Tobit (Funeral) Ministry Mtg – Confessional Thursday 1/12 9:00AM Child Safety Class – FLC2 Saturday 1/14 9:00/AM Marriage Prepara on Workshop – School Love My Life Rally – Halifax Mall, Raleigh Sunday 1/15 NO FAITH FORMATION, CONFIRMATION 2:30PM AAMEN Group – Conference Room Monday 1/16 PARISH OFFICE CLOSED Tuesday 1/17 10:00AM Grieving Group – Saint Joseph Chapel Thursday 1/19 3:00PM Finance Mee ng – Conference Room 6:30PM HaSA Mee ng – School Library Saturday 1/21 10:00AM Regional Prayer Gathering for Charisma c Prayer Group – FLC3 Sunday 1/22 10:00AM CDA Bunco Party – Gym Monday 1/23 6:30PM BAA Church Vespers – Church 7:00PM BAA Dinner - Gym Wednesday 1/25 7:00PM Liturgy Commi ee Mtg – Conference Room Thursday 1/26 12:15PM Research & Resource Comm Mtg–School Libr Saturday 1/28 5:00PM Spanish Bap sm Class – Conference Room Sunday 1/29 12:30PM KOC Free Throw Basketball Tournament Gym Monday 1/30 CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK Tuesday 1/31 7:00PM First Holy Communion Mee ng – Parents Only – Church & School Word on Fire Study – 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31

    Grieving Group – 1/17, 1/24, 1/31

    The en re parish calendar is always available for viewing at www.spccnb.org.

    Bulle n items that can be edited for publica on are due on Thursday at 12:00pm to bulle [email protected]

    Bulle ns can be viewed online at www.spccnb.org

    THIS WEEK’S PARISH ACTIVITIES

    Sunday 1/1 9:00AM Olive Branch Gi Store open ll 1:00PM 9:30AM No Faith Forma on or RCIA 9:30AM Chancel Choir Prac ce 10:30AM Chaplet of the Divine Mercy – SJC 3:00PM Hispanic Prayer Group – FLC3 6:00PM No Confirma on Class Monday 1/2 Parish Office Closd Tuesday 1/3 10:30AM Mass in Oriental 12:00PM One in the Spirit Prayer Group – SJC 1:00PM Prayer Shawl Ministry – FLC3 5:30PM Gospel Choir Prac ce – FLC3 6:00PM Open Gym New Bern Middle School Students 7:00PM Twin Rivers Volleyball Club Prac ce - Gym Wednesday 1/4 9:00AM Olive Branch Gi Store Open ll Noon 5:00PM Medjugorje Prayer Group – SJC 7:00PM Pastoral Council Mee ng – NB Golf & CC 7:00PM Hispanic Choir Prac ce 7:00PM SPRAA Men’s Open Gym Basketball Thursday 1/5 8:00AM Mass - SJC 8:35AM Adora on 10:45AM Reconcilia on 11:00AM Shanghai Cards – FLC3 11:45AM Benedic on 12:00PM January 15st Bulle n Items Due 7:00PM Twin Rivers Volleyball Club Prac ce – Gym 7:30PM Folk Choir Prac ce - Church Friday 1/6 8:00AM First Friday Mass – Old Saint Paul 8:35AM Preserva on Guild Mee ng - OSP Saturday 1/7 8:000AM Mass Blessed Mother – Church 12:00PM CDA Potluck – School Library 3:30PM Reconcilia on

    Please Note: The deadline for all bulle n submissions is now noon on Thursday.

    We appreciate your coopera on!

  • ST. THOMAS AQUINAS The Theologian The rela onship of faith and reason is under intense scru ny in an age

    beholden to the compe ng claims of fundamentalism and secularism. So called “new atheists” insist that the claims of religion amount to mere supers on. Others insist that the

    life of faith is a retreat into emo ons. St. Thomas Aquinas

    an cipated these objec ons and trends and demonstrated that to

    believe is to think and that the life of the mind is integral to life in Christ.

    ST. FRANCIS The Reformer

    Rebuild my Church! That’s the mission Christ gave to St. Francis and it’s the perennial task of the Church in every age of its life. But how is the reform and renewal of the Church to

    be accomplished? The life of St. Francis demonstrates that Christ

    intends the founda ons of true and las ng reform to be built on the

    solid rock that is the radical witness of the saints.

    BL. JOHN HENRY NEWMAN The Convert

    Is there any truth in ma ers of religion? Should the Church simply retreat in the face of the challenges

    of culture? John Henry Newman came into the Church as a convert

    and used his prodigious intellectual gi s to help the Church be er

    understand its iden ty and mission and engage the challenges of a

    secular age.

    Saints. Ar sts. Mys cs. Scholars. Bishop Robert Barron's CATHOLICISM series, an epic ten part documentary, took people around the world and

    deep into the Catholic Faith. The series aired on PBS and has been seen by millions. But there is s ll more of the story to tell.

    Bishop Barron is on a new journey to unlock the truth behind the Catholic Church's most influen al people. CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players is a mul -part film series that illumines a handful of saints, ar sts, mys cs, and

    scholars who not only shaped the life of the Church but changed the course of civiliza on.

    Tuesday evenings in January and February at Saint Paul Family Life Center beginning January 10th at 6:30pm. Seven sessions conducted by Father Tully and Father Schuetz.

    A video based discussion group and open ques on me for a quality Catholic learning experience. A Study Guide will be available for $25.00. The first “semester” from January 10 to February 21 will cover the first 3 fascina ng

    “Pivotal Players” of the six-part series.

    Tuesday evenings, 6:30-8:00 pm, January 10 through February 21, 2017

  • EVER CONSIDER FOSTER CARE? Children Need Foster Families!

    If you've ever considered providing a Chris an, loving, temporary home for a displaced child, please contact the HOPE Family Resource Center at 252-636-6472 or in person at 2820 Neuse Blvd for program

    informa on and an applica on. The next training class is set for January 2017.

    Open your heart and home to give a child a safe, caring place to thrive... the need is cri cal!

    ATTENTION POETS, ARTISTS AND WRITERS

    The Annual CDA EDUCATION CONTEST is here!. If you are a student or a CDA member we encourage you to enter a poem, essay or artwork reflec ng this year’s theme to the office no later than 16 January 2017. All entries must be original work of the par cipant and must include a copy of the entry form which is available in the Atrium of the Church or through your teacher at St Paul’s School.

    THEME: “Whatever you do for the least of my Brethren, you do for Me” Ma 25:40 OR “Helping the Needy where I Live”

    Entries will be judged locally in each category: Art, Essay, Poetry, Computer Art, Music, and Photography. First place entries will be sent on to compete at the State level.

    Ques ons can be directed to CDA member Mary Daugherty, 919-770-2291.

    BUNCO

    CDA will again have a Bunco Party in the FLC on January 22nd from 12:30 to 3:30. Tickets will be sold a er all Masses the weekend of January 7th and January 14th.

    Tickets can also be purchased from Beverly Hartung or Ellie Neumeister. Come with your friends and enjoy an a ernoon of fun and games. Light lunch, snacks and drinks will be

    provided. Prizes too!

    OLIVE BRANCH STORE & LENDING LIBRARY

    Make a New Year’s Resolu on to Join Our Team.

    We need you! Volunteer with us in 2017 – it’s fun and just requires a couple of your hours a month. Stay tuned for informa on about our Clearance Sale Table later this month. We’ll let you know when we

    are ready to let these incredible deals begin.

    Open Sun. 9–1 & Wed. 9–12 in the Family Life Center. All proceeds benefit St. Paul Catholic Church.

    SAINT PAUL SCHOOL NEWS

    On Thursday, December 15th, the students of Saint Paul School, under the direc on of Megan Johnson, presented An Evening of Music and Joy in the Church. The evening began with our Fine Art Enhancement students playing a medley of Christmas songs. A er several selec ons by our piano students, the FAE Hoedown Class presented a deligh ul, and unique, version of The Twelve Days of Christmas. Then, the Sign Language class joined the Beginner Ukulele, Ukulele, and Guitar Ensemble class for several selec ons. The highlight of the evening was the Na vity: Christmas, a Story of Promise. Presenters were Narrators: Cara Edwards, Lauren Pudwell, Peyton Butler, Thomas Grear, Luke Puchalski and Izzie Gallman. Mary: Maddy Tivnan. Joseph: Avery Fisher. Angel: Laura Audilet. Shepherds: Jayden Sforza, Juan Pablo Cepeda, Skylar White, Lizzie Doban, and Lee Dodson. Kings: Chase Campbell, Tye Brown, and Harrison Crim. Crew: Ar e Elson and Max Hamby.

    Classes will resume on Tuesday, January 3. Happy New Year!

  • SAINT OF THE WEEK SAINT ELIZABETH ANN SETON

    Elizabeth Ann Bayley was born in New York City, USA and raised as an Episcopalian. Her father, Richard Bayley, was a well-known doctor and her mother, Catherine, died when Elizabeth was just three years old. At 19, Elizabeth was the belle of New York and married a handsome, wealthy businessman, William Magee Seton. They had five children before his business failed and he died of tuberculosis. At 30, Elizabeth was widowed, penniless, with five small children to support.

    While in Italy with her dying husband, Elizabeth witnessed Catholicity in ac on through family friends. Three basic points led her to become a Catholic: belief in the Real Presence, devo on to the Blessed Mother and convic on that the Catholic Church led back to the apostles and to Christ. When she returned home to New York, she decided to become a Catholic. Her family and friends did not understand. They were very upset, but she went ahead with courage. Elizabeth joined the Church on March 4, 1805.

    To support her family and make sure her children received a proper educa on, Elizabeth opened a school in Boston and ran it like a religious community. A few years later, the archbishop invited Elizabeth to come and open a girls' school in Bal more. It was there that Elizabeth decided to live as a sister. Many women came to join her, including her sister, sister-in-law and her own daughters, Anna

    and Catherine. They became the American Sisters of Charity and Elizabeth was given the tle "Mother Seton." She started many Catholic schools and a few orphanages. She made plans for a hospital, which was opened a er her death. But Elizabeth was loved most for her care of the poor and the sick. Mother Seton died on January 4, 1821, in Emmitsburg, Maryland and became the first American-born ci zen to be bea fied (1963) and then canonized (1975). Her Na onal Shrine in Emmitsburg is also the home of Mount Saint Mary’s College, which she helped found.

    Our resolution last year could have been “Trust in God”. But instead… we went with “Try New Pets”

    Father Michael Schuetz invites you to join him on an inspiring journey and pilgrimage to Italy from November 8-18, 2017.

    Father Schuetz studied at the seminary in Rome and is eager to share with you the many historical, ar s c, cultural, and religious treasures of

    Italy that only an insider knows! The program begins in Siena, one of the beau ful hill towns of Tuscany

    with a long rich history. We will do day excursions from there to Florence and other Tuscan

    treasures. We will visit the serene and inspiring town of Assisi en route back to Rome where we will explore historical, ar s c, and religious sights such as the Forum and Colosseum, the Va can with St. Peter’s

    and the Va can Museums, and the catacombs and other early Chris an sites. Throughout the program we will learn about Italian food and wine, sample local recipes, and visit local ar sans. Each day we

    will celebrate Mass in historic venues. We’ve also built in enough free me for you to shop, stroll quaint squares and streets, and take in the local atmosphere of Italy.

    If you would like to learn more about the pilgrimage you can do so by viewing h p://www.travelillume.com/trc/lem or by speaking with Fr Schuetz.

  • PARISH STAFF DIRECTORY

    NIGHT EMERGENCY CALL: 638-4436

    PASTORAL STAFF Father Thomas S Tully, Pastor: 638-1984 [email protected]

    Father Michael Schuetz, Parochial Vic-ar: 638-1984 [email protected]

    Deacon Rick Fisher: 229-1644

    Deacon Mike Mahoney, ObISB: 571-1597

    Sister Monique Dissen, IHM, Hospital: 675-0333

    Admin Assistant, DeLesa Conway: 638-1984 [email protected]

    Bookkeeper, Donna Simon: 638-1984 [email protected]

    Bulle n: bulle [email protected] Cemetery:

    Danny Gennantonio 637-2322 Director Opera ons:

    Deacon David Kierski 633-0100 [email protected]

    Faith Forma on: Joy Harsen 229-2394

    Funeral Arrangements: 638-4436 [email protected]

    Music Ministry: Megan Johnson 633-0100 [email protected]

    RCIA Coordinator: Marcelene McLure 633-2539

    Catholic Chari es: 638-2188

    Catholic Daughters: Belinda Swager 617-0849

    Extraordinary Ministers of Eucharist: Mary Spano: 633-4768

    Eucharis c Ministers (Home / Sick): Dennis Colbert: 638-1555

    Finance Council: Bob Nenni

    Knights Third Degree: Phil Nassef

    Knights Fourth Degree: Patrick Rocco

    Pastoral Council: [email protected]

    Religious Community Services: 633-2767

    Rectory: 638-4436 Sacrament Arrangements: 638-1984

    Saint Paul School Administrator: Deacon Kierski: 633-0100

    SACRAMENT SCHEDULE

    Reconcilia on: Thursdays 10:45-11:45am; Saturday 3:30-4:30pm or by appointment

    Bap sm Classes: Second Wednesday Evening of the Month - First me parents must a end Bap smal Prepara on Classes. Please call the church office to register.

    First Communion/Confirma on: Please call 633-3030

    Marriages: Contact Parish Office - 6 month advance no ce is required

    Anoin ng of the Sick: Contact the Office at 638-1984

    Funerals: Call 638-4436 or e-mail [email protected]

    WASHINGTON D.C. MARCH FOR LIFE

    Join the faithful from across the Diocese for the North Carolina Mass and March for Life on Friday, January 27, 2017. This year, in the Diocese of Raleigh, over 30 buses from parishes and schools are expected to make the trip to Washington D.C. The day begins with Mass at the Basilica of the Immaculate Concep on at 11:30 a.m. The march on the mall follows. Seats are available on buses leaving from parishes across the Diocese. For informa on about ge ng a seat on a bus, contact the Office of Human Life and Dignity at (919) 719-8267 or [email protected]

    OFFERTORY REPORT \

    OCTOBER 2015 OCTOBER 2016 Offertory: $79,214.60 Offertory: $92,490.22 Debt: $16,687.30 Debt: $16,245.00

    Current income compared to last year at this me: 13.38%

    NOVEMBER 2015 NOVEMBER 2016 Offertory: $103,023.80 Offertory: $86,300.08 Debt: $15,596.00 Debt: $16,553.50

    Current income compared to last year at this me: -13.29%

    TODAY'S READINGS

    First Reading -- The LORD bless you and keep you! The LORD look upon you kindly and give you peace! (Numbers 6:22-27).

    Psalm -- May God bless us in his mercy (Psalm 67).

    Second Reading -- God sent the Spirit of the Son into our hearts, crying out, "Abba, Father!" So you are no longer a slave but an heir, through God (Gala ans 4:4-7).

    Gospel -- The shepherds glorified and praised God for all they had heard and seen (Luke 2:16-21). READINGS FOR THE WEEK

    Monday: 1 Jn 2:22-28; Ps 98:1-4; Jn 1:19-28

    Tuesday: 1 Jn 2:29 -- 3:6; Ps 98:1-6; Jn 1:29-34

    Wednesday: 1 Jn 3:7-10; Ps 98:1-9; Jn 1:35-42

    Thursday: 1 Jn 3:11-21; Ps 100:1b-5; Lk 4:14-22a

    Friday: 1 Jn 5:5-13; Ps 147:12-20; Mk 1:7-11

    Saturday: 1 Jn 5:14-21; Sal 149:1-9b; Jn 2:1-11

    EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS & LECTORS: January 7th & 8th, Team #1

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3005 Country Club Road New Bern, NC 28562 www.spccnb.org (252) 638-1984 Oce: M-F 8:30-4:00pm Saint Paul Catholic School (252) 633-0100 Saint Peter the Fisherman Mission Parish in Oriental (252) 249-3687 MASS SCHEDULE Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 pm Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 am, 11:00 am 1:00 pm (Misa en Español) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday . . . . . . 8:00 am Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am 6:00 pm Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 am at Old St. Paul First Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 am Holy Days of ObligaƟon per announcements WELCOME VISITORS & GUESTS! New Parishioners Please register with the parish oce SAINT PAUL ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD JANUARY 1, 2017 PASTORAL STAFF Father Thomas Tully, Pastor Father Michael Schuetz, Parochial Vicar Deacon Mike Mahoney, ObISB, Parish Deacon Deacon Rick Fisher, Parish Deacon Sister Monique Dissen, IHM, Pastoral Associate Deacon David Kierski, School Administrator
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