Sandwich Makers Needed to Feed Local Hungry

Saint Laurence Chapel Homeless Day Shelter provides food, clothing, medical care, showers, hygiene products and more for the local needy.

It serves breakfast and dinner every day – and Saint Paul the Apostle Parish provides sandwiches every Friday.

Currently, there are more hungry people than the number of sandwiches we are making. Please, we need your help.

This is what’s involved.sandwichs
~ Buy two loaves of bread, 20 slices of cheese, and 40 slices of lunch meat.
~ Make them into sandwiches.
~ Do not use condiments; they are provided at Saint Laurence.
~ Put the sandwiches back into the bread bags.
~ Hardboiled eggs (not peeled) are also a good staple to donate along with the sandwiches.
~ Choose one Friday each month that works for you. Bring them to the Parish Office by 1 p.m. that Friday.

For information, call Linda Kowalczyk at 954-946-0698. Thank you.

Join Us For Breakfast This Sunday

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This summer, our many Parish ministries are sponsoring and hosting complimentary Sunday breakfasts served in the Parish Hall at 8:15 a.m. and again at 10 a.m. 

Thanks to the Boy Scouts, the Men’s Guardian of the Faith Rosary Cenacle, the Girl Scouts, the Council of Catholic Women, and all others for the wonderful meals we have enjoyed together thus far!

Please join us on Sunday before or after Mass for some fellowship and breakfast — a delicious start to the week.

Mandatory Training For All In Ministry

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In response to the Archbishop’s call for fingerprinting and safety, in keeping with Church policy, everyone engaged in Parish ministries MUST attend Virtus training on Thursday, September 15, at 6:30 p.m. sharp in the Parish Hall.

To register or for more information, call 954-943-9154.

Why Catholic? 2016-2017

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The Why Catholic? program will resume anew on Tuesday, September 13. Mark your calendar and watch the bulletin for details.

Sharing faith and prayer in a friendly setting with Catholics and non-Catholics is a very rewarding experience. Feel free to attend as your schedule permits, and bring a friend. Start with a cup of coffee, and see what you think.

We warmly welcome newcomers and past participants for a fresh season, and registration will begin for everyone in late August.

Learn more about the Why Catholic? program.

Religious Education 2016-2017

2109 2As you know, our Religious Education program for children will begin on Sunday, August 21, in the Parish Hall after the 9 a.m. Mass. On that day, children will be registered and parents will have the opportunity to meet our teachers.

We will also have late registration on Sunday, August 28, after the 9 a.m. Mass.

We are excited to see parents and children and to begin our 2016-2017 school year! Please look for updates in the bulletin throughout the summer.

~ Dr. Judith McKay, Director of Religious Education