The Feast of Divine Mercy

The Feast of Divine Mercy

Sunday, April 28th

through the celebration of the Eucharist and our 3pm Divine Mercy Prayer Service

 Prayer Service will include Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction, Prayers of Divine Mercy, Veneration of the Image of Jesus, the Divine Mercy, and Liturgy of the Word.


The Academy of St. Paul will be closed April 18th through Monday, April 29th.

Children’s Choir is cancelled on Wednesday, April 24th.

Harrison House Meals is a residential care facility for people with HIV/AIDS located on the grounds of Bergen County Regional Medical Center.  Twice monthly, volunteers from our parish cook meals for eight people.  Volunteers are needed for Friday, April 26. If you can help or for more information, please contact the Parish Office (201)327-0976.

First Communions begin on Saturday, April 27th at 2 pm and 5 pm. Congratulations to our First Communicants!

The  Feast of Divine Mercy will be celebrated at  St Paul Church on April 28th, the Second Sunday of Easter — first through the celebration of the Eucharist (normal weekend mass schedule) as well as a  3pm Prayer Service which will include Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction, Prayers of Divine Mercy, Veneration of the Image of Jesus, the Divine Mercy and Liturgy of the Word.  All are welcome to join us!

Join Fr. John Gabriel on his next pilgrimage “The Passion  Play in Oberammergau plus a cruise on the Danube River.  September 20-30, 2020. The reservation deadline is May 2, 2019.



May 1 – May 5 – Academy of St. Paul School Carnival

May 8 & May 11– Acts The Spread of the Kingdom Bible Study Begins

May 8 – Annual Mother’s Day Tribute – 7:00 pm - Church

May 15 - Trip to Broadway – “Ain’t Too Proud” The Temptations – 8 pm Show - SOLDOUT

May 18 – Night of Appreciation – 7 pm

May 19 – Welcome New Parishioners Mass & Breakfast 10:30 am

May 19 – May Crowning & Candlelight Living Rosary – 4 pm - Church

May 20 – Academy of St. Paul Annual Golf Outing – Ramsey Golf & Country Club

June 22 – God’s Word Today – Catholic Bible Conference

welcome to the On Line portion of the Parish Community of St. Paul in Ramsey, NJ. It is our hope that the information you gather from these pages will enable you to know better who we are as a parish community and how we work to proclaim the Lord Jesus in our midst.

A Tribute to Mothers

Please join us for an Evening of
Faith, Love and Music

May 8th at 7:00pm
in the Church

Tributes by
Linda Goffredo
Coleen Kennedy
Jackie Popolo
Francesca Reganato

Reception following under the tent on the plaza

God’s Word Today: Alive and Active!
Catholic Bible Conference ~ Archdiocese Of Newark

La Palabra De Dios Hoy: ¡viva Y Activa!
conferencia Católica De La Biblia ~ Arqudiócesis De Newark

Saturday, June 22, 2019
Sabado, 22 de junio de 2019

Seton Hall University ~ Jubilee Hall
South Orange, Nj

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New Jersey is set to become the latest state to legalize assisted suicide, as the state Legislature has passed a bill allowing this practice, which Gov. Murphy is scheduled to sign into law sometime in April.  Join the archdiocese in opposing the Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act, A/1504 and S/1072.  Call Gov. Murphy's office (609) 292-6000 and ask him to veto this bill!

Cornerstone 2019 Photo

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
Rite of Election & Rite of Continuing Conversion

Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart ~ Cardinal Joseph Tobin, Presider

Lena Taff, Catechumen

Jennifer Campana, Luciano DelaCruz, Lisa Kirch
Bob Lobban, Casey Prokop ~ Candidates

Congratulations to our RCIA Catechumen & Candidates (Catechumen, Lena Taff and Candidates Jennifer Campana, Luciano DelaCruz, Lisa Kirch, Bob Lobban, Casey Prokop) and their Sponsors ~  Rose Marie Mark, Carol Lobban, Christopher Eltringham, Alyson Bongiorni, Gabriella Kennedy, Elizabeth Wiorowski, who were welcomed by Cardinal Tobin at the Rite of Election & the Rite of Continuing Conversion at Sacred Heart Cathedral.

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Saint Paul Men’s Retreat ~ Enders Island, CT


6:30-7:30 PM


A Holy Hour for Life will be held at  ST PAUL CHURCH, RAMSEY NJ on the THIRD MONDAY OF EACH MONTH  from 6:30-7:30 pm.  Prayer will make a difference in changing hearts and minds to embrace the value and dignity of all life, from conception to natural death.

Please join this important prayer effort!:
Third Monday of Each Month 6:30-7:30 PM
St Paul Church

200 Wyckoff Avenue, Ramsey NJ 07446




EVERY Tuesday – Parish Center - 6:30AM and 7:30PM

For 250+ consecutive weeks men of the parish have been meeting every Tuesday. All men of the parish are invited. Whether you stop in occasionally or are a regular you should consider joining the men.  The topics are contemporary and relevant. Recent topics include “Render Unto Caesar - Can You Be A Christian & A Patriot?” …. or “Sometimes Jesus Calms The Sea … Sometimes He Calms The Sailor”. It is a wonderful experience. No RSVP or special invitation required. Just come and add meaning to your week. For information contact John Nunziata (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

financial report

Read Father John's Finance Letter and the parish financial statement issued November 2018
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Saturday: 9:00 AM
Saturday Eve: 5:00 PM
(Sunday Obligation)

Spanish Mass - 7 PM
(2nd Saturday of the month)
7:30 AM
9:00 AM Family Mass (Children’s Choir)
10:30 AM (Traditional Choir)
12:00 PM (Hosanna Choir)
7:00 PM

7:30 AM
12:00 PM

Holy Days: See Mass Schedule in the Bulletin
National Holidays: 9:00 AM
Penance Saturday: 1 - 2 PM
or by Appointment

Eucharistic Adoration Schedule

Eucharistic Adoration is held on the First Friday of each month, from 7-8pm

Extended Eucharistic Adoration is held on the third Monday of each month, from 12:30-7:30pm.  Within this “third Monday” Adoration schedule, a Holy Hour for Life is held from 6:30-7:30 pm.  Please join this prayer effort so that all life is both protected by law – and welcomed in life – from conception to natural death.