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Gulf Pine Catholic
July 1, 2016
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“Some of the money will be used for that and we
may an annual fundraiser.
We don’t know yet. We’re
still in the discussion
phase. It’s not all about
the money. It’s really
about creating a sense of
school pride for all of us.”
Neumann, whose old-
est child attends Our
Elementary, said it’s
about uniting alumni, but
it’s also about promoting
St. Patrick.
“There are so many
alumni that have children
and grandchildren that,
unfortunately, aren’t going out to St. Pat’s,” she said.
Eleuterius, who has a child about to enter St. Pat’s,
“We feel strongly that if we, who are alumni of
these schools, don’t invest in St. Patrick, then who
will?” he said.
“We understand how special it was and how great it
was to have that Catholic education. I especially do
because I went through eight years of public school.
There’s nothing wrong with public schools. I love pub-
lic schools. We have some of the best schools in the
state on the coast but, in my opinion, there is a unique
specialness that I experienced going from public school
to Catholic school. It’s hard to describe, but it’s there
and it’s real. So it’s not only about creating that legacy,
it’s about promoting St. Patrick. We just want to spread
the word.”
From page 9
Norman Cantrelle
Norman Cantrelle, 59, is mar-
ried to Dori. They have five chil-
dren and three grandchildren.
They are parishioners of Most
Holy Trinity Parish in Pass
Christian, where Cantrelle serves
as an extraordinary minister of the
Eucharist, lector and altar server.
He is also co-chair of Couples in
Prayer and is involved in the RCIA program and prison
ministry. Cantrelle is a bingo caller and a member of
the Knights of Columbus (Fourth Degree) and the Most
Holy Trinity Men’s Club. He is employed as a chemical
On pursuing the call to diaconal ministry
“The call to the diaconal ministry is one that I
wrestled with for many years. Was the call real? Is this
where God was leading me? Does God really have that
big of a sense of humor to call someone like me to
serve His flock? What I learned from wrestling with
God on this call is that God gets what God wants. I quit
fighting and trusted in God to lead Dori and I on this
journey,” said Cantrelle. “He has lead us through the
application process and the first year as Aspirants. It
has been a joyful, enlightening, and humbling experi-
ence so far. We continue to trust God as we enter this
next phase. And, if it is His will that we make it through
to ordination, then I will be blessed and will humbly
serve the Diocese of Biloxi wherever God and the
Bishop send me.”
Tyrone Necaise
Tyrone Necaise, 51, is married
to Faye. They have four children
and four grandchildren. They are
parishioners of Sacred Heart
Parish in Dedeaux, where Necaise
serves as an extraordinary minis-
ter of the Eucharist (including the
homebound), lector and altar serv-
er. He is also a member of the
Knights of Columbus. Necaise is employed as an archi-
tectural designer.
On pursuing the call to diaconal ministry
Necaise said he is interested in the permanent dia-
conate because he believes it will help him “to better
continue my service to God, His church, and His peo-
From page 10
Robert Wescovich, Jr.
Robert Wescovich Jr, 56, is
married to Vicki. They have two
children and one grandchild. They
are parishioners of St. Mary Parish
in Woolmarket, where he is
involved in RCIA and Life Teen.
He is also an altar server and an
extraordinary minister of the
Eucharist. Wescovich is a member
of the Slavonian Lodge in Biloxi and is employed as a
distribution operator at Mississippi Power.
On pursuing the call to diaconal ministry
“Christ has made himself so real to me in everyday
life,” said Wescovich. “He has been with us through
some recent tough times, and I reached a point in my
life where I told Him ‘Lord here I am, use me as your
Las Misas Celebradas
en Español/ Masses
Celebrated in Spanish
Pascagoula: Sacred Heart Parish,
6 pm
Laurel: Immaculate Conception Parish,
4 pm
Hattiesburg: Sacred Heart Parish,
1:30 pm
Picayune: St. Charles Borromeo Parish,
7 pm
Gulfport: St. John the Evangelist Parish,
2 pm
Ocean Springs: St. Alphonsus Parish,
2 pm
Biloxi: Our Lady of Fatima Parish, 6 pm
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