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November 26, 2006
Feast of Christ the KIng

Weekend Mass Intentions

Saturday,  November 25
   6:00 PM  For Leon & Alexina Therrien by Normand & Jeannine Fraser
Sunday,  November 26
    9:30 AM  For the parishioners of St.Paul
Saturday,  December 2
   6:00 PM   For the parishioners of St.Paul
December 3
   9:30 AM For Julie Boisvert by Richard & Madeleine Bilodeau

Parish News and Notes

Parish office hours
    Our parish office is open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The Pastoral Associate is in most afternoons until 4:00 PM.  If you need to come in the PM please give us a call to make sure someone is here. Messages can always be left on the answering machine. 

Are you registered?
     Are you new to our parish?   If you are, please pick up a registration form in the vestibule of the church. Registration is very important.  Just drop it in the basket or mail it to our office.  Thanks!  We are always happy to receive new parishioners.  We welcome you and pray you will be happy here with us.

Please use church envelopes 
    Envelope users provide the bedrock of our financial support.  Please consider using them.  New packets of envelopes are mailed every three months. If you would like to receive some but you are not yet on the mailing list, please call Jeannine to give her your name and address. Thank you!

Envelope Request Form

____ I want to support our parish on a regular basis. Please add me to the envelope list.

Name ______________________________
Town ________________,NH Zip ________

Update on Parish Income

Weekend of November 19, 2006
St. Paul, Candia
Envelopes   $

Report was not available at the time of the Bulletin Printing – the Report will be in next week’s Bulletin
  Last weekend envelope users contributed % of our income.
(Amount tithed for the poor and needy: $148.50)

     Thank You so much for your Generosity.

   It’s Time to Celebrate!  The month of December marks the 35th Anniversary of the founding of our parish.  In recognition of this event and in thanksgiving for all the blessings and graces received throughout these years by the people of the parish of St. Paul, we will be having a weekend of celebration.  Please mark your calendars for the weekend of December 9 and 10.  We will have a special Liturgy (at both Masses) which will express our Joy and Gratitude.  The celebration will go on following the Mass on Sunday with refreshments and fellowship. 
    We have been blessed with many new parishioners over the past year.  This will be a great time to gather with our old friends and meet new ones.  We hope you will make it a point to spend time with us at the Mass of your choice.

A Time for Sharing
    A few weeks ago there was an insert in the bulletin that stated and described some options for spiritual development in our parish.  There are only a very few people who responded to this invitation thus far.  It may be that some of you were not at Mass on that weekend.  It could also be that some of you had intended on responding and lost the insert.  The options were as follows:
    An Evening of Shared Prayer
    An Evening of Scripture Study/Discussion
    A Book discussion Group
Each option would last approximately 1 hour and would take place here at the parish rectory.  If you think you would be interested, please pick up a copy of this insert in the rear of the church.  It is printed on a very yellow sheet of paper.  You can’t miss it!

We Need You!  We are in need of teachers for grades K - 1. If we have enough volunteers, we can limit the teaching times to an eight week period.  This is wonderful for everyone.  It is only with the help of parents such as yourselves that we are able to offer this very important ministry in the parish.  If you think you would like to shadow a veteran teacher, please see Lorette after Mass or call the office

Electronic Offering:
Our Parish is now able to take your offertory donations through Credit or Debit card.  If you wish to make you contribution in this manner, simply fill in the following and return to our office. 

Name on Card___________________________________
Please Check:  ______MasterCard ______Visa
                       ______Debit MasterCard _____Debit Visa
Card Number:____________________________________
How often do you want this transaction to occur?
____One time _____Weekly_____Bi-Weekly ______Monthly


Christian Formation News
Grades K – High School
    If you have children of age for Religious Education, please remember to pick up a registration form for Religious Education for the coming year.  All children from grade K – the end of Confirmation must register.  The registration does not roll over from one year to the next.  You can pick up a form in the back of the church or you can visit the parish office Monday – Thursday during office hours or give us a call at 483-8481 and ask us to mail you a form.  We would be happy to do this

Grades K- 3  Classes for children in these grades has resumed on the weekend of September 16/17.

Grades 4 – 10 +    Last year we initiated a new program for the children in these grade levels.  The classes are held once a month and the program is geared to the entire family. Parents are strongly urged to attend the sessions as there is an adult component to the program which helps them to deepen their knowledge of the faith as well as making it possible for them to compliment the practice of the faith in the home. Our first class was held on Sunday, October 15, 2006.  Our next class is scheduled for December 3rd.   This year, the classes will be held from 4:00 – 6:00 pm here at St. Paul’s.        2006-2007 Schedule (click here)

Question of the Week
Feast of Christ the King
(The Lord is King)
Daniel 7:13-14 (An Everlasting dominion)
Reading II:
Revelation 1: 5-8 (Ruler of the Kings of the Earth)
John 18: 33-37 (Jesus and Pilate)

Question for Adults: To what extent are my social views and values formed by Jesus’ teaching about the Kingdom of God?  Once again we need to check ourselves on the extent to which we depend on our cultural understanding of the term kingdom.  The Israelites had wanted a king desperately even if God did not care to give them one.  We, on the other hand have no use for a king.  It’s clear that God can live with that perspective.  The expression God’s kingdom, however must be seen in view of the fact that God’s “reign” in our lives. 
    We would probably prefer to ask,  who and what is most important in your heart of hearts?  If the answer is not God there is a serious problem.  Many of the problems of our time stem from the fact that too many people place themselves and their wants and desires ahead of God’s Wisdom for us.  How do we fare in our lives with respect to God’s views for society?  It’s a tough question!

Question for Children? In what way can I pray this week for those who are in positions of leadership in the world?  You might want to begin by making a short list of people who are in positions of leadership.  The older the child the broader you want to be.  You may want to begin with teachers, principals, priests,  your boss, the town leaders, etc.  Once you have a list, decide how you might want to pray for different people and why they need prayers.  People, even adults, often forget that people in leadership positions need the support of prayers.      

Just 4 Teens. . .What is your impression of a person who has the title of King? 
The way we think is usually the way we act.  If we are not impressed with someone, our actions follow suit.  Take some time to brainstorm on your own what the word King implies for you.  How does this affect your relationship with Christ.  Chances are it makes a much bigger difference than you realized.

Community News 

A Look at Upcoming Events
Our Giving Tree
    You will notice that our Giving Tree is up and ready to go.  Yes it is up a week earlier than usual but Thanksgiving is past and the extra time will enable everyone to return the gifts in due time.  If you choose a tag with someone’s name on it, it is an elderly person from the Inn at Deerfield or at the Wellstone House.  These gifts should be wrapped.  All other gifts with numbers and words such as adult, boy or girl, do not need to be wrapped.  You can include paper if you desire.  It is appreciated

Holy Family Academy
   a private school located in Manchester, NH, provides a classical education in the Roman Catholic tradition for students in grades 7 – 12.  The Academy will be having an Open House for prospective students on Sunday, December 3, 2006 at 2:00 PM.  Come and hear about the Academy’s program of excellence in classical education and solid formation in the Catholic Faith.  Holy Family Academy is currently accepting qualified students in grades 7 – 12 for the 2007-2008 academic year.  For further information please call 644-7247

A Naomi Meal  The Religious Vocation Commission of the Diocese of Manchester is offering evenings of camaraderie and discernment for women, ages 16-45, who are considering religious life. Our topic will be “Charisms in Consecrated Life.”  If you are interested in learning more about how the Holy Spirit empowers and guides people in consecrated life, then please join us at our next Naomi supper from 6:00-9:00 p.m. St. Pius X Parish Hall.  Please RSVP to Jude Christopher, Office of Vocations, 669-3100 X 132 or e-mail jchristopher@rcbm.org. by Nov. 27, 2006.     
Tapes and CDs Available
    If any of you are interested in listening to good spiritual material, you are invited to check the vestibule of the church for tapes and CDs that are available. The good news is that they are FREE.  The producers of this material do this as a ministry in order that we are able to benefit from their work.  We received these from a generous parishioner who is willing to share her findings.  The topics include talks on the Sacraments, Conversion, The Rosary etc.  You may take any tape or CD you are interested in.  ou can keep it as long as you want to.


Please remember the following people and intentions in your daily prayers:

Our sick parishioners and friends…
   Please pray for the following people: ..Jude Rosenkrans, Stephen and Charlie Doucette, Betty Lintz, Cecile Gendron, Lori Aguilera, Kimberly Mirolo, Rita Sullivan, Kathy Gauthier, Roger Auger,  Jean Swindler, Roger Plante, Joseph Gesel, Jacob Desrocher, Cindy Huard, Deborah McGovern, Ethel Thomas, Gordon Gladden and Carol Sheperd.
For peace in the world, especially in the Middle East…
For those serving in the armed forces...
For families experiencing stress due to financial, emotional or relational problems
For our sister parish in Haiti...
For vocations to full-time ministry, especially the priesthood, the deaconate, religious life lay ministry...

    If you would like to add a person or intention, please let us know. If people on the sick list are no longer in need of prayers, please let us know.

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