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  • ST. PIUS V CATHOLIC CHURCHST. PIUS V CATHOLIC CHURCHST. PIUS V CATHOLIC CHURCHST. PIUS V CATHOLIC CHURCH “Mother Church of African American Catholics in Jacksonville, Florida”“Mother Church of African American Catholics in Jacksonville, Florida”“Mother Church of African American Catholics in Jacksonville, Florida”“Mother Church of African American Catholics in Jacksonville, Florida”

    2110 Blue Avenue Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Phone: (904) 354-1501 FAX: (904) 354-7240

    Website: www.stpiusjax.org

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    Mission StatementMission StatementMission StatementMission Statement The Mission of St. Pius V Church family is to know, love and serve God and to share and build upon our rich Catholic African American legacy and culture. We proclaim Jesus as Lord through worship and service, education and social ministries.

    Parish Ministries/Organizations

    Administrator/Religious Ed. Mrs. Regina Taylor-Murphy 629-1664 Adult/Family Ministry Mrs. Endya Freeman 463-2392 Altar Rosary Council Mrs. Angela Myers 358-1866 Altar Servers Mr. Athanase Jones 997-0508 Mrs. Leah Mills 713-1968 Annulment Companion Mrs. Shirley Mills 768-9155 Bereavement Committee Mrs. Anethette Durham 751-6397 Bruce Seldon Gym Project Mr. Alexander Hice 751-0956 Building Maintenance Vacant Choir - 5:00 PM Adult Mr. Paul Witkowski 504-9952 Choir -10:30 AM Adult Mr. Roy Wilson 382-5183 Choir - Wee Folk Mrs. Leah Mills 713-1968 Choir - Youth Mrs. Leah Mills 713-1968 Counters Mrs. Deirdre Clayton 463-6994 Extra-Ordinary Ministers Mrs. Brenda Battle 765-9738 Finance Council Dr. Mark Dawkins 557-4937 ICARE Ms. Joanne Thayer 765-3768 Jr. Dgtrs. of Peter Claver Mrs. Janice Hice 751-0956 Jr. Knights of Peter Claver Mr. Ricardo Stallings 625-1053 Knights of Columbus Mr. Alexander Hice 751-0956

    Knights of Peter Claver Mr. Athanase Jones 997-0508 Ladies of Peter Claver Mrs. Claudine Pannell-Goodlett 751-7060 Lectors/Commentators Mrs. Tameiko Allen Grant 233-1455 Lawn/Landscaping Ms. Selena Mendez 450-2899 Parish Nursing Mrs. Tinye Dawkins 764-2248 Mrs. Ta’Kiesha Franklin 541-0263 Pastoral Council Ms. Joanne Thayer 765-3768 Prayer Group Mrs. Shirley Mills 768-9155 RCIA Sr. Elise Kennedy 509-7493 Respect Life Mrs. Gloria Mendez 707-9203 Sulzbacher Center Ministry Mr. Cyril Traeye 363-3915 Scouts - Boy Mr. Martin Jackson 655-6151 Scouts - Cub Mrs. Mona Norris 924-1364 Sound System Engineer Mr. Roy Wilson 382-5183 St. Bernadette Council Mrs. Mitzi Ellis 230-2058 Stewardship Committee Mrs. JoAnn Buggs 765-1223 Ushers - Adult Ms. Patricia Wilson 930-8386 Ushers - Junior Mrs. Lisa Axelson 945-8881 Welcome and Outreach Mrs. Anethette Durham 751-6397 Youth Ministry Mrs. Mary Granger 768-8062

  • ST. PIUS V CATHOLIC CHURCH 2110 Blue Avenue

    Jacksonville, FL 32209 www.stpiusjax.org

    Rev. Bernardine Eikhuemelo Pastor

    CHURCH OFFICE Phone: (904) 354-1501 / FAX: (904) 354-7240 Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10 AM - 3 PM Appointment with the Priest: Call the office

    Business Manager: Ms. Karen Kincade Secretary: Ms. Selena Mendez Bookkeeper: Mr. Cyril Traeye

    GUARDIAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL Phone: (904) 765-6522

    Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 AM - 3 PM Head of School: Sis. Dianne Rumschlag, SND

    Principal: Sis. Cynthia Shaffer, SND Principal: Therese Jackson

    MASS SCHEDULE Wednesday: 8:00 AM Thursday: 8:00 AM Sunday: 10:30 AM

    CONFESSION Saturdays: By appointment

    Baptism: Parents who have registered for three months or more are required to attend Baptism preparation classes. Please call the Rectory office to schedule your class.

    Bulletin Announcements: All items for the Church Bulletin are due to the Rectory Office by 2 PM, on Wednesday. Bulletin announcements must be brief and written by the submitting ministry or entity. Please email announcements to [email protected] or drop them off at the Rectory Office Monday-Friday 10 AM - 3 PM.

    New Parishioners: St. Pius V Catholic Church wishes you a warm welcome to our parish. Regis- tration forms are on the religious articles display counter. You may bring or send your completed form to the Rectory or drop it in the collection dur- ing Mass. Thank you.

    Dear Brothers and Sisters,

    Resurrection Tradition

    The most important tradition in the history of Christian faith, long before the Bi- ble was put together as we have it today is that of the bodily resurrection of Christ. St. Paul began writing about that tradition in last weekend’s second read- ing taken from his first letter to the Corinthians. As he puts it, “I handed on to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ …was raised on the third day….”

    The following paragraphs from the Catechism provide more for us to reflect on:

    “Belief in the resurrection of the dead has been an essential element of the Chris- tian faith from its beginnings. ‘The confidence of Christians is the resurrection of the dead; believing this we live.’ How can some of you say that there is no resur- rection of the dead? But if there is no resurrection of the dead, then Christ has not been raised; if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain. .. But in fact Christ has been raised from the dead, the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep. (CCC, 991)

    “The frequent New Testament affirmations that Jesus was ‘raised from the dead’ presuppose that the crucified one sojourned in the realm of the dead prior to his resurrection. This was the first meaning given in the apostolic preaching to Christ’s descent into hell: that Jesus, like all men, experienced death and in his soul joined the others in the realm of the dead. But he descended there as Savior, proclaiming the Good News to the spirits imprisoned there. (CCC, 632)

    “Finally, Christ’s Resurrection – and the risen Christ himself is the principle and source of our future resurrection: ‘Christ has been raised from the dead, the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep. .. For as in Adam all die, so also in Christ shall all be made alive.’ The risen Christ lives in the hearts of his faithful while they await that fulfillment. In Christ, Christians ‘have tasted. .. the powers of the age to come’ and their lives are swept up by Christ into the heart of divine life, so that they may ‘live no longer for themselves but for him who for their sake died and was raised.’”(CCC, 655)

    The experience of the Risen Lord by the apostles and the tradition of sharing it did not go unchallenged by many others. Hence, “From the beginning, Christian faith in the resurrection has met with incomprehension and opposition. ‘On no point does the Christian faith encounter more opposition than on the resurrection of the body.’ It is very commonly accepted that the life of the human person con- tinues in a spiritual fashion after death. But how can we believe that this body, so clearly mortal, could rise to everlasting life?” (CCC, 996)

    We celebrate this tradition and faith in the resurrection whenever we celebrate the Eucharist and especially so on the day of the Lord.

    Have a blessed week everyone!

    Fr. Bernardine

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  • AnnouncementsAnnouncementsAnnouncementsAnnouncements CAPITAL CAMPAIGN UPDATE

    Below is the update for Renew All Things in Christ, captured through February 12, 2019.

    Challenge Goal: $400,000.00 Minimum Goal: $350,000.00

    Amount Pledged: $433,091.56 Amount Paid: $68,170.29

    Balance Due: $365,052.27

    RECTORY OFFICE HOLIDAY HOURS In observance of Presidents Day Holiday, the rectory office will be closed on February 18, 2019. The office will resume normal hours on Tuesday, February 19th.

    2019 BISHOP’S ANNUAL STEWARDSHOP APPEAL The Bishop’s Annual Stewardship Appeal (BASA) is now underway. You will soon receive a mailing from Bishop Estévez, asking for your family support and participation. Please prayerfully consider a pledge to the Appeal using the response card mailed

    to you or by completing a Commitment Envelope at Mass the weekend of March 2-3. Our annual theme, “One Faith, One Family” reminds us that we are members of something much greater than ourselves. This year, BASA invites each of us to give thanks to the Lord in response to all that has been given to us by God. It is our job to be good stew- ards of all that we have been gifted with. Please prayerfully re- spond to this year’s Annual Appeal with a gift of any amount – Lord, it is good to give thanks to you.

    EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS 2019 It's time to mark your calendars for the 2019 Eu- charistic Congress on March 29-30 at the Prime Osborn Convention Center in Jacksonville. The Steering Committee is hard at work fine-tuning the details for this year's gathering under the theme "For I know the Plans I have for You," Jeremiah 29:11.

    FLORIDA CATHOLIC ADVOCACY NETWORK (FLCAN) Sign-Up

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