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Fr. Fabio A. Alvarez Posada
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Debra White

Laurie Vitek

Lourdes Emanuelli

Gina Sherman

Luis Hernandez

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Tuesday 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 8:00pm
Friday 10:00 - 3:15pm
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• Spanish Foods for Sale


After the 12:30 pm Mass, our Latino community will be selling their tasty, homemade foods each week as a fundraiser toward our school building debt.  Please support this cause, and treat yourself to some delicious lunch at the same time!

• Annual Knights of Columbus Family Picnic

The KOC annual family picnic is scheduled for Sunday, June 28 from 1pm until 5 pm at the YMCA. The Knights will supply all meats, hotdogs, hamburger buns, paper plates, cups and utensils.  We would like each family to bring their own drinks and side dishes to share if you can.  Terry Scalera will help coordinate dishes.  Please click on Ministries on the above toolbar, then click on Knights of Columbus for all details!

• Check Your Online Bulletin Insert

As well as listings on our Current Events (homepage) on this website, you can also read more on our Weekly Bulletin in the above toolbar.  If you didn’t pick up a bulletin, or are on vacation and want to catch up, click on Weekly Bulletin in the above toolbar, and choose the date of the bulletin you desire.  Happy Reading!

• Due to Popular Demand – Vacation Bible School

PARENTS, we will be offering a Catholic VBS program to St. Paul kids from K-5 the week of July 20, Monday – Friday, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm.  There will be a speaker at all masses this weekend of June 6, and sign-ups after Mass.  Please click on Religious Ed in the above toolbar for more information.

• Parish Picnic at the YMCA


Our parish picnic will be Sunday, July 19 from 2-6 pm at the YMCA grounds in Cleveland.  Hot dogs, hamburgers, rolls, catsup, mustard, relish, and iced tea will be provided, as well as paper products.  The pool will be open with lifeguards, as well as the softball field for a game.

Each family is asked to bring a 12 pack of any beverage to share, a bag of ice, and a covered dish:  A-M Salads, N-R Beans or other hot dish, S-Z Dessert or Snacks.  Come out for a fun event!

• Altar Server Training Meeting Re-scheduled

There will be an altar server training meeting on Saturday, August 15 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.  If you are an altar server, or are planning to become one, please come to the meeting.  If you have made your First Holy Communion, you are eligible to be an altar server!  Come and join us.

• Couples Celebrating 50th or 60th Anniversaries in 2015

Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory would like to honor couples married in 1955 and 1965 with an invitation to a Golden/Diamond Wedding Anniversary Mass on Saturday, October 3, 2015 at 12:00 noon at Saint Brigid Catholic Church.  A reception will follow the Mass for the anniversary couples and their families.  Space is limited.  Please go to to RSVP for this event and for additional information.

• Tithing Question Series #4

Is tithing still necessary in the Catholic Church today?

Tithing is absolutely still necessary in the Catholic Church today. When God introduced the concept of the tithe in the Old Testament, He told the Israelites this contribution was necessary from them to support the work of the Levites and the poor in the community. Today our Church still needs our support to pay the expenses and financial obligations it incurs as it operates in a commercial society. Salaries, benefits, insurance, maintenance, utilities and service fees are all expenses that never even existed when Our Lord first decreed that each of us was to give back a percentage of what we have. Additionally, we are still called to care for the poor among us.

Each year you shall tithe all the produce that grows in the field you have sown…so that the Levite who has no share in the heritage with you and also the alien, the orphan and the widow who belong to your community, may come and eat their fill so that the Lord your God may bless you in all that you undertake.” - Deuteronomy 14:22, 29

• Archbishop’s Annual Appeal

A reminder to please continue to make your pledges to the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal so we can quickly surpass our goal in “amount paid”.  Remember, once we go over our goal, all the extra comes back to St. Paul tax-free.


Saint Paul the Apostle      1243 Hulsey Road, Cleveland GA 30528      706.865.4474 (Office)