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What is an annulment? An annulment is a declaration by a tribunal (Catholic church court) that a marriage thought to be valid according to Church law actually fell short of at least one of the essential elements required for a binding union. Unlike civil divorce, an annulment does not erase something that was already there, but rather it is a declaration that a valid marriage was never actually brought about on the wedding day. A declaration of nullity does not deny that a relationship ever existed between the couple, or that the spouses truly loved one another. (USCCB)

Parishioners wishing to pursue the Declaration of Nullity from a previous marriage, please contact the Parish Office at the number below.
  Contact:  Eleanor King at 264-3303  
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Bereavement Ministry
The purpose of this ministry is to provide support to individuals who are experiencing grief through the death of a loved one.  The Church calls each member of Christ's body to participate in the ministry of consoldation to care for the dying and to comfort all who mourn.  Our Lord is the example of comfort and support to the grieving. 

How can you volunteer? Persons capable of grief and bereavement work with families and who are well grounded in the Catholic faith are welcome to join this beautiful ministry.
  Contact:  Louise Romano at 264-3301  
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Between Jobs Support Group
If you are unemployed, underemployed, or trying to get back into the workforce, we invite you to join the "Tweeners" group, a faith-based, Spirit-led, and prayer supported group formed to provide support and assistance to help you get your "next" job.  No reservations are necessary.  Please visit our Tweeners information page at: 
Employers:  Are you looking for good talent that's ready and motivated to work for you?  Send us your job requirements, and we will put it in front of our "In-Between Jobs" support group members.

Volunteers:  Change someone's life in only one or two hours a week!  Each Thursday morning 50-75 members of our "In Between Jobs" gather in the Family Center to receive inspiration, direction, and assistance in finding their next jobs.  Won't you give a little time to help our eager jobseekers?  This is a great volunteer opportunity for college students, entrepreneurs, recent retirees, or anyone who has the time and cares about making a difference in people's lives.
  Contact:  Jim Kissane at 264-3316 or e-mail:  
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Catholics Coming Home

Bring someone back to the Church with you!   

Catholics Coming Home will be meeting on the Wednesdays of each month at 7:45 p.m. in the Parish Center.

If you would like to continue exploring reactivating your Faith Life as a Catholic, please come and join us!  We will be taking a tour of the Church, talking about the Mass, Reconciliation, Annulments, and Convalidating Marriage, and any other topic your heart desires.    

Come Home ... We have missed you!

  Contact:  Jim Kissane at 264-3316 or   
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Divorced and Separated Group
Provides caring support for both men and women experiencing separation or divorce. Meets every Friday night at 7:30 p.m.
  Contact:  Don Hemke at 205-1735  
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Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick
The purpose of this ministry is to take the Most Holy Eucharistic to those individuals who are unable to come to Mass due to illness or physical handicaps. We provide a very important link to the parish community. The Eucharist is also taken weekly to four nursing homes in the area.

If you are in need of having the Eucharist taken to your home or a nursing home or would like information on how to become a Eucharistic Minister to the Sick, please call the number below.
  Contact:  Theresa Adams at 960-3936 for Home Visitation  or Carol Case at 962-1459 for Nursing Homes  
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Migrant Farm Workers
Visiting migrant Farm Workers in the Plant city area providing them with food, clothing, and various forms of material and spiritual help through St. Clement Parish. Also represent Farm Workers rights through marches, letter writing, and boycotts.
  Contact:  Maria McCourt at 961-8777  
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St. Vincent de Paul Society
Spiritual formation and ministry training enable members to serve the poor within our parish boundaries, providing food from the Parish Pantry, financial aid, and referrals to community social service agencies.
  Contact:  Denise Essex at 264-3325