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SAINT PAUL ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 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 Obligation per announcements PASTORAL STAFF Father Thomas Tully, Pastor Father Robert Schmid, Parochial Vicar Deacon Mike Mahoney, ObISB, Parish Deacon Deacon Rick Fisher, Parish Deacon Deacon Jim Hackett, Parish Deacon Sister Monique Dissen, IHM, Pastoral Associate Deacon David Kierski, School Administrator Welcome Visitors and Guests!


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


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 Obligation per announcements


Father Thomas Tully, Pastor

Father Robert Schmid, Parochial Vicar

Deacon Mike Mahoney, ObISB, Parish Deacon

Deacon Rick Fisher, Parish Deacon

Deacon Jim Hackett, Parish Deacon

Sister Monique Dissen, IHM, Pastoral Associate

Deacon David Kierski, School Administrator

Welcome Visitors and Guests!




The complete Parish Calendar, as well as past issues of the bulle n, are always available for

viewing at our website: spccnb.org


The phrase “Sunday best” has lost much of its meaning in our society today. Some lament the loss of people dressing up for church on Sunday; others think it’s a healthy sign that we’re as casual in a re gathered before the Lord as we are elsewhere. No ma er which school of thought on this topic we belong to, James would probably chas se us. True, James cri cizes the community that favors the rich and well-dressed while ostracizing the poorly clothed, but even more he cri cizes the making of dis nc ons, making choices based on criteria that having nothing to do with the reign of God. James might turn our a en on to the reign of God described by Isaiah, in which people are healed and the earth becomes ripe to bear fruit. Jesus today is focused on this reign of God, healing a Gen le man in a region hos le to his Jewish faith, not mindful of the man’s origins or clothing or status or ability to repay. Isaiah, James, and Jesus in Mark’s Gospel all call us to look more deeply to find where the will of God needs to be done, and has been done, on earth as in heaven.

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First Reading — Be strong, fear not! Here is your God (Isaiah 35:4-7a). Psalm — Praise the Lord, my soul! (Psalm 146). Second Reading — Show no par ality as you adhere to the faith in our glorious Lord Jesus Christ (James 2:1-5). Gospel — Jesus makes the deaf hear and the mute speak (Mark 7:31-37).


Sunday: Grandparents Day; Rosh Hashanah Tuesday: Patriot Day Wednesday: The Most Holy Name of Mary Thursday: St. John Chrysostom Friday: The Exalta on of the Holy Cross Saturday: Our Lady of Sorrows


Monday: 1 Cor 5:1-8; Ps 5:5-12; Lk 6:6-11 Tuesday: 1 Cor 6:1-11; Ps 149:1b-9b; Lk 6:12-19 Wednesday: 1 Cor 7:25-31; Ps 45:11-17; Lk 6:20-26 Thursday: 1 Cor 8:1b-13; Ps 139:1b-24; Lk 6:27-38 Friday: Nm 21:4-9;Ps 78:1-38;Phil 2:6-11;Jn 3:13-17 Saturday: 1 Cor 10:14-22; Ps 116:12-18; Jn 19:25-27

Sunday 9/9 6:30AM MS Bike Mass – Old Saint Paul 8:00AM Mass +Thomas Liddy 8:00AM Alvernia Matrimonial – Gym 9:00AM Olive Branch Gi Store Open ll 1:00PM 9:15AM RCIA – FLC2 9:30AM Faith Forma on - School 9:30AM Chancel Choir Prac ce 10:30AM Chaplet of Divine Mercy - SJC 11:00AM Mass Saint Paul Parish Family 1:00PM Mass +Thomas Giuliano 3:00PM Hispanic Prayer Group – FLC3 Monday 9/10 8:00AM Mass - SJC +George Kelly 11:00AM Hand and Foot Card Games – FLC3 6:30PM CDA Mee ng – School Library Tuesday 9/11 8:00AM Mass - SJC +Souls in Purgatory 10:30AM Mass in Oriental 9:45AM Grieving Group w/Sister Monique - SJC 12:00PM One in the Spirit Prayer Group – SJC 1:00PM Prayer Shawl Ministry – FLC3 Wednesday 9/12 9:00AM Children’s Mass +Barbara Farrell 9:00AM Olive Branch Gi Store Open ll Noon 3:00PM JCDA – FLC3 5:00PM Medjugorje Prayer Group – Church 5:30PM Women’s Open Gym Basketball - Gym 6:00PM Mass +Margaret & Frank Oberle 7:00PM Hispanic Choir Prac ce - Church 7:00PM SPRAA Men’s Open Gym Basketball Thursday 9/13 8:00AM Mass - SJC +Josephine Holovach 8:35AM Adora on – Church 10:45AM Reconcilia on 11:45AM Benedic on – Church 12:00PM Fa ma Rosary - SJC 12:00PM Sept 23rd Bulle n Items Due 6:30PM Child Safety Mee ng – FLC2 7:30PM Folk Choir Prac ce - Church Friday 9/14 8:00AM Mass – OSP +Stanley Andersen 4:30PM Pray Freedom for Cap ves Gp– Conf Rm Saturday 9/15 9:00AM BFC Fun Day – Lawson Creek Park 3:30PM Reconcilia on 5:00PM Mass Int: Joseph Ross Family

Every Monday Night Knights of Columbus Hall

(1125 Pine Tree Dr) $2500.00 in cash prizes Smoke Free

Early Bird Games - 6:30 PM / Regular Games - 7:00 PM All monies collected go to support local chari es.


The 2018 CROP Hunger Walk is on Sunday, September 30th, at Union Point

Park! Remember, 25% of the funds raised go to Religious Community

Services to help feed the hungry in our area. Our theme this year is "May we be a blessing to others.” Contact Steve Mabie for more informa on (252-904-8617) or

[email protected]



The School children's choir and homilies are adapted for young persons.

We welcome home-schooled children as a shared community for Catholic educa on.

All are welcome!


Our Autumn Grieving Group begins September 11th through October 16th

(6 sessions - Tuesdays) in Saint Joseph Chapel from 9:45AM to 11:30AM. For anyone seeking individual

sessions, we can make that possible. To register, call Irene Swanteson (Third Order Dominican)

252-638-9306. Facilitator: Sister Monique Dissen, I.H.M. Know that we are praying for you.


The first mee ng of the JCDA year will be on Wednesday, September 19th at 3:00PM in the FLC-2. All girls, from ages 8-18 are

invited to a end. If there is a school or work conflict with the mee ng mes, no problem! There are s ll many ways you can be involved and

Serve the Lord with Gladness. For more informa on, contact Paula Hartman at


Saint Paul School News

Saint Paul Catholic School Needs Volunteer Tutors.

Tutors work one-on-one with students to enhance

their skills in reading, math, or other subjects. You will

be provided the materials needed to work with the child you are tutoring. If you have a desire to help and few hours to give, you could make a real difference in a

child’s progress.

To start the process to become a tutor, visit the school website, www.stpaulcs.org.

A er you click on VOLUNTEER/SUPPORT, you will be able to click on the VOLUNTEER @ SAINT PAUL bu on.

Then simply complete the enrollment process.

Success begins @ Saint Paul. Go Knights!


Now is the me for adults not bap zed to step forward for the “RCIA” -- the Rite

of Chris an Ini a on of Adults. We also welcome brothers and sisters bap zed in non-Catholic churches

who are being drawn to the Faith of the Roman Catholic Church to par cipate. To help you to hear God’s voice, RCIA will begin Sunday, September 9th at 9:15 in the

Family Life Center-Room 2. Please call Marcie McLure at 252-497-0619 or Bryan

Brown at 252-633-4667 for more informa on.

Faith Forma on & Confirma on classes will begin on

Sunday, September 16th at 9:30AM. Returning families for Faith Forma on will get

registra ons in the mail. New applicants are required to pick up the form at any church exits, and bring it to your first day of class. Confirma on class par cipants will

register the first night. It is mandatory for parents to also a end. Please make sure your family is registered at the

church office prior to registra on for any of these classes.

Caring Outreach can help you with your transporta on needs to doctors, Church or shopping. Meals can be provided for

those recovering from surgery or those home bound who would appreciate a home cooked meal.

For caregivers, we can sit with your loved one while you shop or visit an MD. Visi ng is provided for those in

Nursing Homes or those home bound. Call Mary Pickhaver 252-672-8550.

In memory of those who lost their lives and our prayers for those who lost loved ones...

A dark day in history that we brighten by love.

Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral Mass Schedule: Saturday: 5 pm Sunday: 7 am; 8:30 am

Spanish; 10 am; 12 pm; 1:30 Spanish.

Visit www.dioceseofraleigh.org for more Diocesan Events, News and informa on.

Brothers, do you want tomorrow to be be er than

today? Are you willing to do what it

takes to become a be er man for yourself, your family and those around you?

When you take the RISE 30-Day Challenge, you will gain the tools you need to take your life and

rela onships to the next level.

Daily, you will receive a video, inspira onal content and a challenge based on individual marital status.

The challenge should be completed on that day. Those faithful to the 30 days of challenges should

experience a profound re-orienta on in their own life and in their rela onships with those around them.

You will also be working with a "Brother" on this daily journey through the RISE challenge.

The program starts on September 17th. The cost per person is $32.00.

iSo far, there are 40 men who have stated interest! Any ques ons, or to sign up, visit menriseup.org

RISE is also available in Spanish!

I'm so glad I joined this. Each day gets be er, but most important; when I read the other

comments, I see myself. That lets me know that other men have the same struggles I do... It

feels good to find hope and understanding." Par cipant


Saturday, September 15th 9:30AM-2:30PM at Lawson Creek Park

The “BFC Fun Day” will be a great family affair and community involvement event which honors our Police Department in the City of New Bern and allows the whole community to come together.

“BFC” stands for Badge, Faith and Community, and this is exactly how this truly great city-wide event has been

formed. Ministers of faith groups and the New Bern Police Department have been working diligently for months to ensure another successful “BFC Fun Day”.

Their goal is to increase community partnership through posi ve interac on with officers.

This event is free and open to the public!

You can volunteer to help in hour blocks, Friday evening for set-up (Sept 14th) and Saturday for supervision of games and children's ac vi es. We are predic ng a

much bigger crowd than last year and so we need more volunteers! We also need people to donate cakes for

the event. If you can donate a cake, please drop it off at the church office on Friday, September 14th before

4PM. Call the church office for more details.



October 13, 2018, 9:00a.m. - 1:30p.m. St. Peter Catholic Church, Greenville,

NC. Four habits that will transform your life. This half day event will introduce you to four simple habits that

will help you reach your full poten al. Based on Ma hew Kelly's book The Four Signs of a Dynamic

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HEC is a Chris an group open to all. HEC’s mission is to enhance the spiritual and social lives of both

physically disabled and able-bodied adults. We invite you to a end our upcoming Fall Retreat held at the Agape Retreat Center in Fuquay Varina. The retreat

begins on Friday, October 5, at 4:00 p.m. and ends the next day, Saturday October 6, at 6:30. The cost is $75

including lodging for both days or $27 for Saturday only. Scholarships are available. Please contact Marty and Charlie Coe at [email protected] for more informa on.


If you desire healing from a past abor on, you are invited to

experience the love of Jesus Christ at a Project Rachel weekend retreat November 9-11, 2018.

The weekend retreat is strictly confiden al for both women and men. Includes discussions, spiritual

exercises, the sacrament of reconcilia on, a Memorial Service and a Mass of the Resurrec on. Par cipa on

offers a beau ful opportunity to experience God’s love, forgiveness and compassion. For more informa on or

to register for the retreat, contact Project Rachel at [email protected] or call (919) 852-1021. The

cost is $150 for lodging, meals and all retreat materials. If you have a financial burden, some assistance is

available. Registra on deadline is October 26, 2018.

Dear Friends at Saint Paul:

Your pastor's “focused checklist” is as follows:

Badge, Faith & Community Fun Day is this Saturday at Lawson Creek Park. Please see the details in the bulle n. Please par cipate in the event. If you can, please volunteer for an hour or two. See you there! This coming weekend marks the beginning of our Religious Educa on Program. September 16th is called “Cateche cal Sunday” in honor of all our teachers' efforts (the Catechists). Let us pray for them! Calling all of you who aren't Catholic yet: Do it Now! RCIA (the Rite of Chris an Ini a on for Adults) begins this morning but there is plenty of me to join. Even if you are unsure, you are welcome! Par cipa ng on Sunday morning at 9:30am is the best sure-fire way to get answers and to decide, with God's inspira on, what to do. Ladies and Gentlemen, START YOUR ENGINES! The Saint Paul Parish ac vi es are now taking OFF!!! Don't get le behind in the dust because Christ is leading us forward and upward. Ready, Set, Go! Peace, The American Bishops Conference issues a Labor Day Le er each year. It is available at the usccb.org website. Here are a few excerpts to give you the flavor:

Labor Day Statement 2018: Just Wages and Human Flourishing

Most Reverend Frank J. Dewane, Bishop of Venice, Chairman of the Commi ee on Domes c Jus ce and Human

Development, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: September 3, 2018

“The plight of our brothers and sisters who work hard but struggle to make ends meet calls us all to reflect in a special way this Labor Day.” “Recent economic news and data report that poverty con nues to decline, unemployment is down to one of the lowest levels in decades and there has been economic growth with produc on, stocks and profits rising to record levels. But is this the whole story?”

“Every worker has a right to a just wage according to the criterion of jus ce, which St. John XXIII described as wages that, "give the worker and his family a standard of living in keeping with the dignity of the human person." St. John Paul II elaborated on the systema c implica ons of just wages, describing them as "the concrete means of verifying the jus ce of the whole socioeconomic system." However, when a society fails in the task of ensuring workers are paid justly, ques ons arise as to the underlying assump ons of that system. A society that is willing to exclude its most vulnerable members, Pope Francis suggests in Evangelii Gaudium, is one where "the socioeconomic system is unjust at its root." Pope Francis warns that absent a just response, these dispari es can lead to deep societal divisions and even violence.”

“The economy must serve people, not the other way around. Work is more than a way to make a living; it is a form of par cipa ng in God's crea on.” “A just wage not only provides for workers' financial well-being, but fosters their social, cultural and spiritual dimensions as individuals and members of society. This is the essence of what the Church refers to when speaking of integral human development.” “This Labor Day, let us all commit ourselves to personal conversion of heart and mind and stand in solidarity with workers by advoca ng for just wages, and in so doing, "bring glad dings to the poor."

September 9, 2018

PARISH DATA BASE In order to assure our parish data base is current, please

inform the church office of any change in your records (email address, home address). It is especially important

to update any changes to home or cell phone.


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

Bap sm: First me parents must a end Bap smal Prepara on Classes. Registra on is mandatory. Contact the church office. First Communion/Confirma on: Contact the church office. Marriages: Contact church office - 6 month advance no ce is required.

Anoin ng of the Sick: Contact the church office or rectory. Funerals: Call 638-4436 or e-mail [email protected]


CHURCH OFFICE: 252-638-1984 NIGHT EMERGENCY: 252-638-4436

PASTORAL STAFF Father Thomas S Tully, Pastor: [email protected] Father Robert Schmid, Parochial Vicar: [email protected] Deacon Rick Fisher: 252-229-1644 Deacon Mike Mahoney, ObISB: 252-571-1597 Deacon Jim Hacke : 973-479-8909 Sister Monique Dissen, IHM, Hospital: 252-675-0333

Parish Care Coordinator, DeLesa Conway: [email protected] Bookkeeper, Donna Simon: [email protected] Bulle n: bulle [email protected] Cemetery: Danny Gennantonio, 252-637-2322 Facili es Manager: Open Faith Forma on: Joy Harsen 252-229-2394 Funeral Arrangements: 252-638-4436, [email protected] Hispanic Ministry: Judith Denis 760-475-4887 Music Ministry: Call Church Office RCIA Coordinator: Marcelene McLure, 252-633-2539 Catholic Chari es: 252-638-2188 Catholic Daughters: Mary Ann Harper, 252-633-3473 Extraordinary Ministers of Eucharist: Mary Spano, 252-633-4768 Eucharis c Ministers (Home/Sick): Dennis Colbert, 252-638-1555 Finance Council: Open Knights Third Degree: Michael Lynch, 252-633-2194 Knights Fourth Degree: Ralph Aviles, 252-204-7700 Pastoral Council: Judi Williams, [email protected] Religious Community Services: 252-633-2767 Rectory: 252-638-4436 Saint Paul School Administrator: Deacon Kierski, 252-633-0100

To submit bulle n ar cles, email bulle [email protected] The deadline is Thursdays at noon.

All requests should be sent in editable format 11 days before the bulle n issue date.

Please pray for those who are sick, shut-in, or recovering from surgery, and their caregivers.


Our Lady of Guadalupe Scapular is an outward sign of the protec on of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus

and Mother of all believers, who was given to us by Jesus on thecross. He gave us His Mother to be our mother. Like all good mothers, she fights for her children, zealously watches over them and protects them from harm. The scapular is a sign of Mary's patronage and protec on. It is brown felt with embroidered cloth and St. Benedict and Crucifix Medals are a ached.

We also have other scapulars available to choose from.We have a few more 2018 Sunday Missals available $5 – Get them while they last! Open Sun. 9–1 & Wed. 9–12 in the Family Life Center. All proceeds benefit St.

Paul Catholic Church.


9/15: 5PM - Team #3 9/16: 8AM - Team #3 11AM - Team #2


Saint Paul Catholic School Investment Fund

WELCOME VISITORS AND GUESTS! We hope that you will find our parish community a place where your life of faith will be nourished. We also hope that you will share

your special gi s within the community. Your prayers, your presence and your talents are most welcome. Please introduce yourself a er Mass.



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