The Members of St. Paul Parish are gathered by the Holy Spirit to worship God in word, action and sacrament and to serve Jesus Christ by serving others, especially the poor and needy. We are committed to handing on the faith we have received from the Apostles to our children and others.
St. Paul Catholic Schools began in 1909. St. Paul Parish is committed to handing on the faith to its children and toward that end, we shall provide students with a Catholic education which is dedicated to preparing them academically and spiritually for life's challenges.
St. Paul Catholic Church and School are fortunate to have so many caring people who are willing to give of their time, talent and treasure. Each plays a vital role in the development of our parish family and community.
Mass: St. Paul - Sunday 10 AM, 12:30 PM, 5 PM Holy Family - Saturday 5PM - Sunday 8 AM
Reconciliation: St. Paul - Friday 5:00 - 5:20 PM Holy Family - Saturday 4:15 - 4:45 PM
"Reflection on the Resurrection" Presentation
Father Matthew C. Kuczora, SC will be sharing a presentation this Wednesday, Apil 26th, in McCarthy Hall.
Holy Week Schedule
The following is a schedule for Holy Week:
Holy Thursday, April 13
Mass at 7:00 pm
Good Friday, April 14
Service of the Lord's Passion at 7:00 pm
Holy Saturday, April 15
Easter Vigil at 9:00 pm
Mass at 10:00 am & 12:30 pm (Note that there will not be a 5:00 pm Mass.)
Lenten Communal Penance Service
Lenten Communal Penance Service will be held Thursday, April 6th at 2:00 pm at St. Paul Catholic Church and at 6:30 pm at Holy Family Catholic Church in Gas City.
Third Quarter Honor Roll
St. Paul Catholic School recognized recently third quarter honor roll students.
Earth Day Activities at St. Paul
On Saturday, April 22 you are invited to celebrate Earth Day by helping to clean up the grounds of the church and school. A variety of activities are planned to go along with the clean up. See the link below for more information.
Adult Education Committee Presents
Mark your calendar for April 26th as Father Matthew Kuczora, CSC will be sharing a presentation entitled "Reflections".
School Hosting Kindergarten Round Up & Open House
St. Paul Catholic School is hosting Kindergarten Round Up on Thursday, March 9th. Kindergarten Round Up is for children who will be 5 years of age before August 1, 2017 and will be entering kindergarten in the fall. Information about the school curriculum will be shared at 11:30 am and 6:00 pm. A school-wide Open House will also be held on March 9th from 5:30 pm until 7:00 pm. Tour the school, meet the teachers, explore academic and after school programs and register for the 2017-2018 school year. Registration opens February 24th!
Movie Night - Feb. 15th
On Wednesday, February 15th at 6:00 pm, the St. Paul Catholic Church Adult Religious Education Committee with host a Movie Night. For more information, click the link below.
St. Paul Soup Supper - Jan. 25th
Come celebrate the Feast of the Conversion of Paul, Apostle on Wednesday, January 125h at 5:30 pm. The celebration will begin with vespers in the church followed by a dinner of soup and finger foods in McCarthy Hall.
Movie Night - Jan. 18th
On Wednesday, January 18th at 6:00 pm, the St. Paul Catholic Church Adult Religious Education Committee with host a Movie Night. For more information, click the link below.
Marsh Care December 22nd to 24th
Help raise money for St. Paul Catholic School while you shop at any Marsh or O'Malia's store from Thursday, December 22nd through Saturday, December 24th. The school will receive 5% of your total purchase when you use the flyer found by clicking the more button below.
First Quarter Honor Roll & Perfect Attendance Announced
St. Paul Catholic School recently recognized students for their perfect attendance and honor roll.
Weekly Letter From the Pastor Alleluia! Alleluia! He is risen as He promised. Alleluia! Today and throughout the 50 days of the Easter Season we celebrate God's victory over Sin and Death. God made flesh experienced in the profoundest way possible the reality of evil. He endured humiliation and suffering and rose victorious from the dead. This victory is not that of one man alone, but rather a victory in which each of us can share. If we accept our part of the cross we are promised that we will also share the resurrection. Sacramentally we begin to share the cross when we are baptized. Through baptism we die with Jesus Christ and are raised to new life with Him. This link explains why Easter is so intimately connected with baptism. Throughout the Easter Season we will celebrate the sprinkling rite in place of the penitential rite on Sundays. May these days of the Easter Season deepen our commitment to our baptismal promises so that we might receive the fulfillment of God's promise of eternal life.