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A Message from Father John Gabriel

Letter from Fr. John Gabriel 3/26/2020:

Dear Parish Family,

I and all of your priests here in St. Paul Rectory send along our greetings and prayerful regards during this unique period of time in our history. It is a time filled with challenges, and one also filled with graces if we know where to seek them. It is my prayer that each of us will use this time to draw spiritual profit from the time we have been given, a profit that comes to us from a deep awareness of Christ among us even now. I have never before seen so many opportunities for growth in spirituality and understanding of our Catholic faith presented in creative ways through technology. But the “old fashioned” ways (that are not so old fashioned after all) are still powerful: get out your Bibles and read, pray the rosary, get a good spiritual book. Allow God to guide you and be open to His initiative in your life.

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Dear Parish Family:

Although this is a difficult time for all of us, I really want to thank the priests, parish staff, and our parish family for the ways we have been responding and supporting and praying for one another. We will continue to do our best to live stream celebrations of holy Mass and other spiritual events that can keep us united and keep us growing in our relationships with Christ during this Lenten season. We will keep you posted on important information as we become aware.

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Pope Francis invites all to pray the Rosary
Thursday, March 19th
Solemnity of St. Joseph
4:00 pm EST

The Holy Father has requested that the entire Catholic world join him in praying the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary today, the Solemnity of St. Joseph, March 19th, for the intentions of all affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please join Fr. Patrick at 4 pm in praying the rosary in conjunction with Pope Francis Request (see below)

Fr. Patrick will also offer a reflection on St. Joseph following the rosary as this is the Solemnity of Saint Joseph.

Today we celebrate the Solemnity of Saint Joseph. In life, work, family, joy and sorrow he always sought and loved the Lord, meriting the praise of Scripture as a just and wise man. Always invoke him with confidence, especially in difficult times, and entrust your lives to this great Saint.

I join in the appeal of the Italian bishops who in this health emergency have promoted a moment of prayer for the whole country. Every family, every faithful, every religious community: all united spiritually today at 4 p.m. in the recitation of the Rosary, with the Mysteries of Light.

We are led to the luminous and transfigured face of Jesus Christ and His Heart by Mary, Mother of God, health of the sick, to whom we turn with the prayer of the Rosary, under the loving gaze of Saint Joseph, Guardian of the Holy Family and of our families. And we ask him to take special care of our family, our families, especially the sick and the people who are taking care of them: doctors, nurses, and volunteers, who risk their lives in this service.

2020 Annual Appeal


Lent 2020

Archdiosese of Newark Lenten Regulations

Stations of the Cross

Pray the Stations of the Cross
every Friday in Lent
beginning at 7:30pm in the Church.

Join our parish priests in praying and reflecting on the
passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior,
who accepted the cross for each of us.
This is a wonderful prayer opportunity for all adults and children!

March 27
Praying the Psalms with Jesus, in Silhouette
(led by St. Paul Faith Formation students, Stations will be depicted & narrated using light and shadow screen)

April 3
The Way of the Cross with St. Alphonsus Liguori



Recently, we have received notification of email and text scams that will use the name of a pastor to solicit funds in the form of gift cards or cash donations. The email usually includes no recipients’ name, and asks for financial help for a worthy cause. The pastor’s name concludes the requests.

Law enforcement agencies urge parishioners to question any email or text that doesn’t come from a person in their contacts. If a pastor’s name is used, parishioners should contact the parish office to verify the legitimacy of the appeal.

Please note: No priest or staff member will ever solicit funds in this manner.

Please enter the email address for your account. A verification code will be sent to you. Once you have received the verification code, you will be able to choose a new password for your account.

Youth Choirs

If you are interested in joining our Youth Choirs

Angelic Choir
K - 3

Alleluia Choir
4 - 8

Voices of Hope
9 - College


Sign up here!

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 Eve: 5:00 PM
(Sunday Obligation)

Spanish Mass - 7 PM
(2nd Saturday of the month)
7:30 AM
9:00 AM

10:30 AM
12:00 PM
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.