BE A PART OF OUR PARISH MOSAIC MEMORIAL PROJECT
It is designed to commemorate our experience of the historic pandemic of 2020. We will have a surprise unveiling at our Fall Celebration!
This memorial will serve 3 purposes:
1) To remember those whom we have lost.
2) To commemorate what we went through during this time, both good and bad, as a church and community.
3) To signify our forward movement and hope for the future.
Read More for details on your family being included!
The St. Paul Staff will be on Retreat the week of July 26-30th. There will be no Mass or Services Monday through Friday, July 26-30. Voice messages & email will be checked daily. call: 601-992-9547 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Read More to be a part of our Parish Mosaic Project
THE PLAN — Mosaic Memorial Project to commemorate our Parish’s experience of the historic pandemic of 2020.
This memorial will serve 3 purposes: 1) To remember those whom we have lost. 2) To commemorate what we went through during this time. 3) To signify our forward movement and hope for the future.
We ask each family or individual to contribute in these ways: A)Submit a word or words of the pandemic. B) Donate something to include in the mosaic.
Read more for details and to see the chart of what we can and cannot use in the Mosaic.
Ordering is closed for 4th of July BBQ Boston Butts
They will be ready for pick up on Sunday, June 27th
Turnaround One — Prolife Ministry offering abortion-minded women a final opportunity to choose life for their child — Click here to learn about the ministry.
Jennifer Dillard spoke at all the Masses last weekend. Drop off donations to support her new ministry at all the Masses this weekend (June 19/20)
READ MORE for details & new Livestream Schedule
With the recent updated guidelines issued by the CDC, Bishop Kopacz has updated protocols for Masses in the Diocese of Jackson. In anticipation of more of our people returning to Mass, we certainly want to welcome all who wish to worship with us. One of our primary concerns continues to be attention to the care, health, and safety of all. Therefore, we will proceed with caution in implementing new guidelines.
click READ MORE for the details
See new FREE Catholic resources in the Blue Box below
Pentecost Novena begins May 14th
Bishop Kopacz video; Novena Resources
Pentecost Mass Revised Plans
Outdoor Mass plans
Phone Ministry Update
Have you received a call? Do you have a new number? Help us reach you!
Please check your phone — our volunteers will be calling you! Your cooperation in this is greatly appreciated and beneficial to us all! This is so vital to the life of our Parish! We function better when we have better information. This way, we can be in touch with each other, and one day soon we would like to produce a new Parish Directory. We can only do this well if we have everyone’s most current address, email, and phone numbers.
Click READ MORE for the details. Thank you!
We pray for the repose of the soul of our fellow parishioner, Gary Harkins. May he rest in the Eternal Peace of God’s Kingdom.
Funeral Arrangements are as follows at St. Paul (masks required):
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Visitation 1:00-2:30 pm
Mass 2:30 pm (Funeral Mass will be livestream)
click here to read obituary
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