St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, Princeton, NJ 08542
  Remembrance Chapel 
The Catholic Daughters Court Moran No. 378 provided the funds to establish this chapel. Named in memory of former pastor, Msgr. Moran, the Catholic Daughters were actively involved in service and charity to St. Paul’s Church and the Princeton Community until 2008.

The Remembrance Chapel was blessed and dedicated during the 5:30pm Mass on June 5, 2010. Msgr. Nolan poses with members of the Catholic Daughters Court Moran No. 378, whose generosity is responsible for turning the old baptismal space into a remembrance chapel, in which to pray as well as honor our departed loved ones by burning a candle in their memory. From left are Rosemary Shangle-Johnson, Catherine Cirullo, Virginia Wilkinson and Marliss McGuiness. Court Moran No. 378 was named in memory of Msgr. Moran, former pastor of St. Paul. Its members faithfully served St. Paul’s Parish and the Princeton Community until 2008.

The chapel that the Catholic Daughters funded is both a place for prayer as well as a place to honor our departed loved ones by burning a candle in their memory and honor. It has been our Catholic tradition to light a candle either asking for a favor or in honor of a loved one in the Communion of Saints. Remembrance candles have been used for centuries to help those who have lost a loved one through a particular anniversary, holiday or other special dates and to keep the memories near. Since November is the month of All Saints and All Souls, it is appropriate that the candle burn for one year starting November 1st, All Saints Day. With a minimum annual offering of $150, a small brass plaque displaying the name of your request can be mounted underneath a candle, which will stay lit 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A special book will be placed in the Remembrance Chapel to be signed by a family member after a Mass of Resurrection is offered for the blessings of eternal life. If you wish to make an offering in memory of a loved one, use the form which follows or call the office (924-1743) and ask for Susan. You may also email SHowley@StPaulsPrinceton.org for more information.


I would like to light a candle:
Memorial Name______________________________________________________________________
Donor Name_________________________________________________________________________
Address:_________________________________________________________________
Phone:____________________________ Email_________________________________
Minimum annual Offering $150. Remembrance year to run from November 1st(All Saints Day) through October 31st.

Please mail or deliver the Remembrance Candle order form and payment to St. Paul Church, 214 Nassau Street, Princeton, N.J. 08542.



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: http://www.serrv.org/.
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 Parking 
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.