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Stations of the Cross — 6 pm every Friday during Lent, followed by a fish dinner in the Family Life Center
Religious Ed Classes are on Spring Break! Sunday morning CGS will resume on March 22nd. Wednesday night Big Deal will resume on March 18th.
Parish Reconciliation Service — March 16th @ 6:00 pm Make plans to join us. We will have several priests here to help!
St. Paul Early Learning Center is holding a raffle for a Florida Beach Vacation. Tickets available now to win a May 21-25th vacation at an oceanfront condo in Perdido Key, Florida. Tickets are $10. Call the Learning Center @ 601-992-2876 for tickets and details. The winning ticket will be drawn March 17th at the Learning Center’s St. Patrick’s Day Sing-A-Long.
Easter Egg Hunt — March 29th after 10:30 Mass sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Children and parents, meet in the Early Learning Center cafeteria to join the fun!
40 Days for Life — February 26-April 5 We pray for an end to abortion. We pray for all who have suffered with an abortion, and for all who are considering abortion. May they find hope, help, and healing.
Catholic Service Appeal Update — We thank all those at St. Paul Parish who have generously responded to the annual Catholic Service Appeal. We ask those who have not sent in your pledge to please consider a gift. Each of us is called to respond in faith, knowing and trusting that God recognizes your willingness to live out the message of the Gospel.
To date, our Parish has raised $36,074 of our $66,189 goal.
Catholic Relief Services project — Join more than 14,000 Catholic communities across the United States in a life-changing Lenten journey with CRS Rice Bowl. Pick up your family’s CRS Rice Bowl from the information table. During the 40 days of Lent, reflect on the challenge of global hunger and how it affects our human family. Pray for the hungry and give generously.
Crisis Humanitarian Relief for Families of ICE Raid — Sacred Heart Catholic Church has continued to facilitate a major Emergency and Support Ministry for the children and families of the workers who remain incarcerated and have been deported. Twice a month they provide food and money to pay rent, utilities, and legal fees for 70 families in Canton. They also have a homework ministry to help the children and provide them after school snacks. They are in need of volunteers and donations of rice, beans, canned meats, diapers, and more. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.