St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, Princeton, NJ 08542

Palm Sunday of Passion of the Lord: April 12 - April 13
Blessing and distribution of Palms at all Masses
Usual weekend Mass schedule: Saturday Vigil, 5:30pm, Sunday 7:00 am, 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 11:30 am and 5:00pm; Misa en Espanol 7:00pm

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week: April 14, 15 and 16
Masses at 6:45am, 8:15am and 12:10pm

Holy Thursday: April 17
Morning Prayer at 9:00am
Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7:30pm
Adoration of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament until midnight

Good Friday of the Passion of the Lord: April 18:
Morning prayer at 9:00am
Celebration of the Lord's Passion at 3:00pm
Celebracion de la Pasion del Senor a 5:00pm
Outdoor Stations of the Cross at 7:30pm

Holy Saturday: April 19
Morning prayer and blessing of Easter food, 9:00am
The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night
(Bi-lingual) at 8:00pm
(No Mass at 5:30pm)

Easter Sunday: April 20
Masses at 7:00am, 8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am
Misa en Espanol, 3:00pm
(No Masses at 5:00pm)

19th Annual Bob Cronin Memorial Golf Outing
Tuesday May 6th at Mercer Oaks in West Windsor.
Follow this link for online registration: 2014 Golf Outing.

Knights of Columbus Family Movie night
Friday, April 25th 7:00pm in the Spiritual Center.

Take a look at the new school website
St. Paul School announces that its redesigned website is now up and running, featuring new information and parent portals. See it at


Other Resources 
Please see Other Resources for information about:
• The Virtus Program
• Reporting sexual abuse
• The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Mercer County
• Substance abuse resources
• Family assistance programs
• Princeton Hub for adults with emotional or developmental challenges
• Vocational discernment sessions
• Crisis pregnancy counseling & women's healthcare services
• Elder care facilities & services
• Mercer County discount drug program
• Subsidized housing
• Princeton's Crisis Ministry
• Natural Family Planning
• St. Gregory the Great Networking Group
• Volunteer opportunities
• Spiritual direction
• Senior assistance programs
• Marianist Family Retreats at Cape May Point, NJ
• Learn more about the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa and the Catholic Relief Services response
Remember, you can also buy hand-made items from countries helped by SERRV through their website:
 Save the Date 

Additional parking for weekend masses is available from a lot across from the church behind 185 Nassau Street. Turn onto William Street from Washington Rd, or travel down Charlton St (directly across from the church) and take the first right on William St. The lot will be on your right.