All men of the parish are invited to the Steak Dinner, in the Gym , at 6:30 p.m. City Councilman Charlie Gerdes will be our guest speaker. This is a fun event and helps build up a sense of parish unity among dads of the parish. The dinner is free for dads who have paid their Dads Club dues for this year; otherwise the cost is $20 per person. Please contact the Parish Office to make your reservation for the dinner (phone 727.822.3481 or
St. Paul’s will present a spiritual development opportunity for adults this fall, beginning Wednesday, Oct. 15th, and continuing three additional Wednesday evenings, concluding Nov. 5th, in the Cafeteria, at 7 p.m. Our topic: “Great Spiritual Traditions in the History of the Church, and What They Can Teach Us Today.” We will examine the Jesuit, Benedictine, Franciscan, and Salesian traditions. Our speakers will be a Jesuit priest, Benedictine abbot, Franciscan sister, and Salesian priest.
RCIA Sessions begin on Thursday, Sept. 19, at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Center Franciscan Room. If you are interested in becoming a Catholic, learning more about the Catholic faith, or a Catholic wishing to become more deeply involved in your faith, please join the RCIA team for these weekly meetings. Contact the parish office for more information or to register.
Every October the Columbiettes send care packages to our troops overseas. Bring donations of small packages of trail mix, dried fruit or nuts, drink mixes, candy (not chocolate), hand sanitizer, chap stick, small Kleenex/tissues, or small deodorants to the parish office by Oct. 6th.
A highlight of our new bell tower & school entrance plaza site will be a life-size marble statue of the Holy Family of Nazareth----Mary, Joseph, and the Child Jesus. Standing on a brick base that matches the planter walls, it will be located at the southern end of the north-south axis of the cross pattern that forms the entrance plaza, close to the back yard of the Convent. The statue is being carved in China, of Hunan White Marble, with an overall height of 74 inches. The cost is $16,870, plus the cost of the base, which is $4,382, for a total of $21,252. Those who wish to make a special contribution towards the cost of this statue should make their check payable to St. Paul’s Church, and send to the attention of Msgr. Gibbons.
These sessions are for children who are in 3rd grade, or older, who have not received the sacraments of Baptism or First Eucharist. One parent must attend these sessions with their child/children. Please call Annamaria in the parish office for information and to register.
Saturday, Oct. 25th, in the Cafeteria. Registration at 6:30 p.m; tournament at 7:00 p.m. Ticket in advance for players are $35, spectators $8; at the door $40, $10. Tickets on sale in the Parish Office.
The Annual Financial Report for St. Paul Parish is published here. St. Paul Parish Revenues and Expenses for the last fiscal year from July 2013 through June 2014 are reported in this document. Our revenues were up and our financial condition last year was positive. This report also includes a summary of capital projects completed during the year.
Weekend MassesSaturdays 5:30 pm (Vigil) Sundays 7:30 am, 9:30 am, 11:30 am, & 6:00 pm
Weekday Masses (Mon.-Fri.)7:00 am (School Year)7:45 am (Summer)
ConfessionsSaturdays 4:30-5:15 pm
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