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									SAINT PAUL CHURCH                                                          CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

CHURCH OF SAINT PAUL                                   LITURGICAL CALENDAR
29 Mount Auburn Street                                 Sunday August 7, 2011
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138                         NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Phone: (617) 491-8400                                          1 Kings 9a: 9, 11-19; Romans 8:1-5;
                                                               Matthew 14:22-33
Fax: (617) 354-7092
                                                               9:30am: Memorial  John J. Connors and                                           William F. Staples, Senior

Rev. Michael E. Drea, PASTOR                           Monday, August 8  St. Dominic, priest
Rev. James W. Savage, PAROCHIAL VICAR                        8:00am: Memorial  Rose Perard
Rev. John F. Baldovin, S.J., WEEKEND ASSISTANT
Mr. John Robinson, MUSIC DIRECTOR                      Tuesday, 9  St. Benedicta of the Cross, virgin & martyr
Mrs. Erica Soto, DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT                 Wednesday, 10  St. Lawrence, deacon & martyr
                                                       Thursday, 11  St. Clare, virgin
Mrs. Joan Tolentino Dunton, OFFICE MANAGER
                                                       Friday, 12  St. Jane Frances de Chantal, religious
HARVARD CATHOLIC CENTER                                         8:00am: Special Intention of Bill Norris
20 Arrow Street                                                 12:10pm: Memorial  Altagrace and Ludovic
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138                                  Duverger
(617) 868-6585                                         Saturday, 13  St. Pontian, pope & martyr and
For Graduate News:                                                    St. Hippolytus, priest & martyr
For Undergraduate News:                                Sunday, August 14, 2011
                                                       TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME                                        Isaiah 56:1, 6-7; Romans 11:13-15, 29-32
                                                               Matthew 15:21-28
Rev. Michael E. Drea, SENIOR CHAPLAIN
Rev. Matthew J. Westcott, UNDERGRADUATE CHAPLAIN       The parish is always ready to receive adults into the
Mrs. Marie-Claude Thompson, EARTHEN VESSELS CHAPLAIN   process of preparation for baptism or reception into Full
                                                       Communion with the Roman Catholic Church. Please call
BOSTON ARCHDIOCESAN CHOIR SCHOOL                       the parish office at (617) 491-8400 for an appointment.
Boston Boy Choir                                       INFANT BAPTISM & INITIATION OF CHILDREN
29 Mount Auburn Street                                 Inquire at the parish office or call (617) 491-8400.
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
                                                       PARISH FOOD PANTRY
(617) 868-8658                                         Non-perishable food is received before every Mass for the                                 pantry, which is open Saturdays from 11:00 to 11:30a.m.

Mr. William McIvor, HEADMASTER                         CHURCH ACCESS FOR THE DISABLED
Mr. John Robinson, MUSIC DIRECTOR                      Take elevator from the Parish Center Lobby at 29 Mount
                                                       Auburn Street. Restrooms, handicapped accessible, are
                                                       located on 1st & 2nd floors of the Parish Center.
                                                       PARKING FOR MASS ON SATURDAY & SUNDAY
                                                       Free parking at the Cowperthwaite Garage is available by
                                                       permit only for those attending Mass on weekends only.
                                  NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MATTERS PASTORAL and LITURGICAL                               St. Paul’s and the Archdiocesan Choir School Present a
St. Paul Parish Offertory Report                              Concert Series of Boys’ Choirs from Around the World
The cumulative offertory for July 1 through July 31, 2011     St. Paul Parish and the Boston Archdiocesan Choir School
was $27,241.48.                                               are hosting a series of concerts performed by Boys’ Choirs
The cumulative offering for July 1 through July 31, 2010      from around the world. The remaining concerts and dates
was $29,185.42.                                               are:
                                                              Wednesday, August 17th at 7:30 pm Belgian Boys Choir –
The financial report for the year ended June 30, 2010, and             Les Pastoureaux Petits Chanteurs de Waterloo
the interim quarterly financial report for the nine months    Sunday, October 23rd at 3:00 pm – The Ealing Abbey Choir
ended March 31, 2011, can be found at                                  Ealing Abbey, West London, England (our web site) on the “News” page.
                                                              Off to the Cape – Up to the Lake – Summer Vacation
If you have questions about St. Paul’s finances, please ask   Time is upon us!
Fr. Drea or any of the members of the Finance                 All of us at St. Paul’s hope that you have a restful and
Committee. The members are: Jim Perrine (chair), Joe          enjoyable summer vacation wherever you may find
Barrell, Dave Dankens, Sharon Gallagher, Dave Hannon,         yourself during the beautiful summer days in New
Ted Monahan, and Bob Muldoon. Their contact                   England. As you prepare to head off from Harvard Square,
information can be obtained from the parish office.           please be sure to remember St. Paul’s during the summer
                                                              months. Although a more relaxed pace takes over, the
Welcome to Our Parish!                                        good work of proclaiming Jesus Christ very much
St. Paul’s welcomes our fellow brothers and sisters in        continues here – the sacraments are celebrated, the
Christ who have recently registered in the parish: Ana-       outreach continues in a variety of forms, visitors are
Maria Bell, , Gloriann Lopez, Michael & Grace Mahowald,       welcomed and year-round parishioners are in and out,
George Molina, Patricia Santos, Hee Yeon Shin, Stephanie      and yes, the regular expenses continue even in the
Flores & Christopher Zopf. Please introduce yourselves to     summer. Your weekly offertory contribution is of great
our new parishioners when you see them around the             help during the summer – so please remember St. Paul’s
church and parish center.                                     while you are away! Thank you!

Pre-Cana Day at St. Paul’s                                    St. Paul Food Pantry Urgently Needs Donations
St. Paul Parish and the Harvard Catholic Center Chaplaincy
will sponsor a Pre-Cana Day for soon-to-be-married
couples on Saturday, Nov. 12. To register or for more
information, contact Andy Griswold, at (617) 491-8400,
ext. 307 or
                                                              Our St. Paul Food Pantry, open on Saturdays only from
Boston Archdiocesan Choir Holding Open Auditions              11:00-11:30 am, in the lower church, at the corner of
The Boston Archdiocesan Choir School has a limited            Mount Auburn and Bow Streets, and staffed entirely by
number of openings for the 2011/2012 academic year.           volunteers, is sorely in need of non-perishable foodstuffs -
BACS, the country’s only Catholic Day School for Choir        soups, cereal (both hot & cold), tinned meats, tuna fish,
boys is holding open auditions for boys in grades 4-6. The    macaroni products, sauces, peanut butter, jams & jellies,
Choir school has a rigorous curriculum and small classes      tea, coffee, Parmalat, evaporated milk, etc. (please check
for boys who have an interest in singing and music. In the    expiration dates).
past, the choir boys have sung in Rome for the Pope, have              As many of our parishioners who regularly donate
sung with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa,         food are away during these summer months, the shelves
conducting, at the National Basilica in Washington, D.C.,     are almost bare. Please bring donations to Mass
and are often featured on Catholic TV. Prior musical          weekdays or on Sundays. or leave them at the parish
training is not a prerequisite. For an appointment,           office, 29 Mount Auburn Street during the week.
contact, Mr. John Robinson, St. Paul Music Director, at                We are most grateful for monetary gifts from
the     Boston     Archdiocesan     Choir     School    at    those who give on a regular basis or as their means will, or (617) 868-8658, ext. 319.       allow. Call the pantry coordinator, Mary, at (617) 491-
                                                              8400 if you can help in any way.
                                                      AUGUST 7, 2011
Third Annual Dinner in Celebration of the Priesthood           Please Pray For Our Sick…
Please join us for the Third Annual Dinner in Celebration                   Nicholas Bozine, Albert & Gisele Britton, Jane
of the Priesthood on Thur., Sept. 22, 5:30 pm, at the                       Brusch, Marcia Judd Cestar, Donna Craven,
Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. The dinner is an                      Derrick Crooks, Matthew Curran, Juliette
opportunity to honor the many beloved priests who serve                     Dombroski, Mary Fallon, James Finnegan, Bill
or have served in our parishes, schools, and communities       Flynn, Nancy Fritsche, Whitney Gaines, Joanne Gray,
throughout the Archdiocese. It also raises needed              Barbara Griffin, Marilyn Higgins, Olivia Hilton, Frank
revenue for the Clergy Funds, which provide for the            Howard, Jean Hughes, Deborah Johnson; Birta Jones,
health, welfare, and retirement benefits of all of our         Melissa Kennedy, Michael Landry, Owen Mercier,
active and senior priests in the Archdiocese. Parishioners     Christine Mitchell, Kevin Morrissey, Tony Nicosia; Brigid
are encouraged to purchase tables or give a gift in honor      O’Reilly, Ed O’Reilly, John O’Sullivan, Zachary Phillips, John
of the priests who serve in their community. For details,      Rodgers, Fernand Roy, Hannah S., Mary Silver, Elizabeth
visit or contact            Trevor, Elmer Walsh, Brendan Ward.
Claudia Cuscinna at events@rcab.or (617) 779-3733.                      Please Note: If you or your loved one no longer
                                                               deem it necessary to be included on the Please Pray for
Mark Your Calendar for Fr. Barron’s Catholicism Series!!       Our Sick List, please inform Mrs. Dunton, parish office
This fall, St. Paul’s will present Fr. Robert Barron’s         manager, at (617) 491-8400.
CATHOLICISM series, filmed in high-definition, to journey
around the world and deep into the faith. Using the art,       Malden Catholic to Offer HSPT Test Preparation Course
architecture, literature, music and all the treasures of the   Any 8th grade student who is planning to apply to a
Catholic tradition to illuminate the timeless teachings of     Boston Catholic high school is required to take the High
the Church, this epic documentary illustrates the story        School Placement Test (HSPT) as part of the process. This
and the beauty of the global church. The 10-part series        rigorous exam is used by many Catholic schools for both
will begin on Wed., Sept. 21 at 7 pm and continue every        admissions and placement purposes. The HSPT is
Wed. night through Nov. 30 (except for the Wed. before         approximately 140 minutes long and will be offered on
Thanksgiving). You can watch a trailer and learn more          two dates in 2011: Nov. 12 and Dec. 10. Malden Catholic
about the series at Fr. Barron’s website:                      is pleased to offer an HSPT Test Preparation Course. “‘CATHOLICISM’ could well become           Students will review the quantitative and verbal skills on
one of the most significant efforts ever to advance what       the exam, work with actual test questions, and learn test-
Pope John Paul II called ‘The New Evangelization.’” —          taking strategies to help them work faster and more
George Weigel, biographer of Pope John Paul II.                confidently to maximize their score. All materials and light
                                                               snack included. Classes taught by experienced teachers.

          SAVE THE DATE                                        Little Sisters of the Poor
           Join us for St. Paul’s                              The Little Sisters of the Poor have a 2 room suite available
                                                               at their Jeanne Jugan Residence, 186 Highland Avenue,
     2nd Annual Parish Picnic & Cookout                        Somerville. The double room is suitable for a married
                                                               couple or two siblings of limited means. Contact Mary
                                                               Segalia at (617) 776-4420, ext. 317 for details.

                                                               Bulletin Editor – Joan P. Tolentino Dunton
         Sunday, October, 2, 2011                              FRIDAY is now bulletin deadline day due to deadlines from the
                                                               printer. Unfortunately, your item will not be included in the
        Danehy Park, Cambridge                                 following week’s bulletin if it is not received by the end of
                                                               business hours Friday. Thank you for your cooperation!
                                       HARVARD CATHOLIC CENTER NEWS

 Graduate Students and Young Professionals                                      Undergraduate Students
                   Masses on Campus
Parish Summer Schedule:                                          Regular Weekly Offerings during the Academic Year
Saturday 5pm; Sunday 7:30am, 9:30am, 11am                                    Activities Resume August/September 2011

                                                                Freshman Small Group
                         Activities                             Mondays, 8-9:30 pm, Student Lounge. Led by Courtney
  Remember to check for the            (courtneygrogan@college) and Bryan (bryancortez@college).
latest about Grad Student and Young Professional Events!        Upperclass Small Groups
                                                                Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm, Mather Small Dining Room. Led by
Young Couples and New Families: A Work in Progress:             Andrew (gaconway@fas) and Samantha (sgridley@fas).
Come join other newly engaged or married couples and            Wednesdays, 7:45-8:45pm, Currier House’s Gilbert Living Room.
new parents for a night out! Enjoy fellowship, conversation     Led by Clare (cemiller@fas) and Andrew (ahamm@fas).
and potluck-style food in the Student Lounge of the Harvard     Wednesdays, 9:30-10:30pm, Kirkland B-22. Led by Michelle
Catholic Center (2nd floor, 20 Arrow Street). Our next          (Mseslar@fas) and Jim (jshirey@fas).
dinner is Thursday, August 18. To join the email list,          Super Tuesday
contact                    Tuesdays, 9-11:30pm, Student Center Lounge

Thursday Dinners: Drop in to join other area graduate           Student Choir
students and young professionals on Thursday, August 25         Rehearsals are Sundays, 3:30-5pm, Lower Church
for a delicious meal! We gather at 7 pm and dine at 7:30pm      Adoration
in the Student Lounge at 20 Arrow Street. The next dinner       Monday-Thursday, 7:30-9:30pm, Parish Center Chapel
will be on August 25.

Theology on Tap: These Wednesday night events will
resume in the fall – find news of the next event in the
bulletin or online at

Catholic Thinkers: Great Books: This biweekly discussion
group is on break for the summer but will resume in Sept.
For information or to get on the mailing list, please contact
Rachel at (617) 254-0473 or

Small Church Community: Mondays, 8-9pm, in the 2nd floor
library. Join us as we read, discuss, and pray over the
Sunday Mass readings!

Holy Hour Adoration: Tuesdays, 7:30pm, Parish Chapel

Rosary: Mondays, 7:30-8pm in the Parish Chapel
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Church Name:    St. Paul

Church City:    Cambridge

Account #:      04-0731

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Phone:          617-491-8400

Editor:         Joan Tolentino Dunton

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