Marian Celebration

Please join us as we honor Our Lady Queen of Peace

June 25th, 2019

St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Jacksonville Beach

 4:00 PM Adoration and Confessions

4:45 PM Rosary with the Cenacolo Community

5:15 PM Benediction

5:30 PM       Mass Celebrated by Bishop Felipe Estevez

6:15 PM Continue Rosary

7:00 PM Guest Speaker – Fr. Joseph Kuhlman

7:30 PM Refreshments in the Family Life Center




As a community service project, St. Paul’s Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion will be collecting used SNEAKERS, RUNNING SHOES, TENNIS SHOES, which will be cleaned and then given to various organizations at the beach, such as BEAM, Mission House, and others, for distribution to those individuals they serve.  We will be collecting the sneakers beginning the weekend of June 1st/2nd and continuing through June 22nd/23rd.  There will be a collection bin inside the entrance to the Father Kelly Athletic Center.  Men’s, women’s and children’s sneakers are needed and we ask that they be in fairly good shape. This is a great opportunity for you to donate sneakers that you and your family are no longer wearing knowing that they will be benefitting people in our community who are in need of them.  Help us put shoes on the feet of those who need them.  If you have any questions, please call MJ Antone at 904-222-0608.

Thank you in advance for your support of this project! 









The Words of Bishop Estevez on Friday, June 7th, 2019

“Today this parish begins significant next steps for its future as we break ground for a new house for God’s Church for the people of St. Paul’s – a new house where the Father will gather his faithful people around the table of His Beloved Son.  Here the faithful will come to celebrate the Eucharist, the young will be baptized, young people will receive Confirmation, people will seek reconciliation with God, many will be united in Holy Matrimony, candidates and catechumen will be joined to the Church, and it will be the place where many will be mourned and commended to the Lord.  The work we are beginning today should enliven our faith and make us grateful.  We know the familiar words of Psalm 127: ‘Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build.’  Whenever we look to the interests of our neighbor or the community and serve them, we are, in a sense, God’s own co-workers.  Let us pray for his help through this celebration, that God will bring this construction to successful completion and that his protection will keep those who work on it safe from injury.”