Announcements

Reflect on Sunday's Readings

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Mass Times

September 26-October 2, 2016

Monday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Tuesday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Wednesday @ 6:00 pm -- Daily Mass
Thursday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass
Friday @ 7:30 am -- Daily Mass

Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday @ 5:30 pm
Sunday @ 8:00 am & 10:30 am

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Religious Ed & Youth

Youth Group begins September 14

St. Paul Religious Ed Registration Form 

2016-2017 Religious Ed Schedule

Volunteer Form -- We need volunteers! Help weekly, monthly, or for special occasions. Thank you!


Sign up today for the Big Deal 5K !!!

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Fr. Gerry's Homily

September Homilies

September 25, 2016.mp3  Listen to the intriguing story Fr. Gerry relates to today's challenging Scripture story of the rich man and Lazarus. What difference does the Resurrection of the Christ make in my life?  Luke 16:19-31

This Sunday's Readings (Sept 25) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Oct 2) text version and audio version


September 18, 2016.mp3   Today, Fr. Gerry delves into Luke's Gospel and the questions it raises. Was Jesus commending the steward for his craftiness? What might Jesus being saying to each of us, personally in this parable? He never fails to speak to us! He relates this to the hope in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and God calling us to always try again to be His disciples.  Luke 16:1-13

This Sunday's Readings (Sept 18) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Sept 25) text version and audio version


September 11, 2016.mp3 Fr. Gerry continues reflecting on our word of the month, INTENTION, and how it relates to the Gospel. He speaks about the "Trilogy of Christ" in today's Gospel -- the lost sheep, the lost coin, the lost person. Notice the INTENT!  Luke 15:1-32

This Sunday's Readings (Sept 11) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Sept 18) text version and audio version


September 4, 2016.mp3  Fr. Gerry talks to us about being disciples of Christ. It has to be our choice. Jesus clearly laid out the terms of being His disciple. We may follow Him, but we like to keep it safe.  Jesus invites us to engage much more deeply. How do we respond to His invitation? Luke 14:25-33

Last Sunday's Readings (Sept 4) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Sept 11) text version and audio version

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