St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, Princeton, NJ 08542
Preserving our Past ~ Ensuring our Future Together We Can Reach Our Goal
Capital Campaign Update: as of October 24th, 2013
Goal $1.5 million
Percent of Goal 100.5%
No. of Gifts 343
For more information about our campaign or to make a pledge, please contact the parish office.
In order to achieve our goal we are asking our generous parishioners such as you to join in this most important effort.
Every contribution no matter the size is significant in reaching our goal.
For online giving to our campaign click on the
2013 Year-End Tax Letters
The 2013 year-end tax statements will be mailed out the last week of January.
Thank you for your contributions!
St Paul Parish Family Night
Square Dance & Ice Cream Social
Saturday, January 11, 7 to 10 pm St. Paul Gym
There will be Line Dancing, Spinning Cowboy Ropes, Hat Tricks, Bagpipes, Banjo, Guitar, and much more For more information or to resister firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: (609)439-2078 All are welcome-Free of charge Donations accepted to benefit Youth Group. Presented by: Princeton Knights of Columbus
St. Paul Parish: Blood Drive
Sunday, January 12th.
Join our Parish Blood Drive by The Community Blood Council of New Jersey, Inc. from 7:30 am until 1:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. We will only take a max of 1 hour of your time. What better gift can we give? The only cost is your time- the present is life! Donors are accepted aged 17-75 (16 with parental consent). Register on line: http://stpaulsblooddrive.eventbrite.com or visit our Sign up Table on Saturday or Sunday January 4 or 5th 2014.
Saint Paul School Open House
Sunday, January 12th 11:00am-1:00pm.
Please join us for the main Open House of the school year! Meet students and faculty. Speak with current parents about their experiences at SPS. Our principal and vice principal, Ryan Killeen and Salvatore Chiaravalloti, will be addressing prospective families and be on hand to answer your questions about why you should consider St. Paul School for your children.
2014 March For Life Bus Trip
Wednesday, January 22.
The Knights of Columbus of Princeton and Lawrenceville are sponsoring a bus trip to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life Rally on Wednesday, January 22The bus will depart from St. Paul Church's parking lot at 7:45 am and St. Ann's Church at 8:00 am. We will be leaving at 5pm from D.C. and returning late that evening. Please bring a bag lunch for a short stop on the way. We will also stop for a short dinner on the way home. The subsidized cost is $10 per person, with a $25 maximum per family. Please contact Nate Eberle at email@example.com or call 609-849-8583 for more information and reservations. Seating is limited.
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
Spring Athletics Registration
Register now till March 21st. Follow this link to our online registration site:
Spring Athletics Registration
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.
If you are interested in the convenience of giving online see our
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Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
takes place every Friday during the year in the side chapel, from 9am until noon (from 6/15 - 8/31) and until 7:30pm the remainder of the year. A signup sheet may be found in the hallway leading to the chapel. Please consider spending an hour with our Lord.
•It is no longer possible to provide your
online. If you need census forms, please visit the rectory office.
•Do you have a loved one in the
If you would like that loved one remembered in prayer, please send the service person's name to sHowley@stPaulsOfPrinceton.org.
•The Rosary is recited every weekday following the 8:15am Mass.
for pictures of recent happenings in the parish.
located off the vestibule of the church, is a calm and quiet place to pray as well as a way to honor our departed loved ones by burning a candle in their memories.
How to Arrange for a Memorial Candle.
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St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, 214 Nassau St., Princeton, NJ 08542