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October 15, 2023 – Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Flowers

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"The Sabbath has forever put kings and bosses in their place, saying to them, 'There's an agenda for mankind that is higher than yours.' When we forget our high place in creation, we become cogs in so many machines. Keeping the Sabbath has the power to keep you grounded in who you are and in the present moment." Living Joy ... See MoreSee Less

The Sabbath has forever put kings and bosses in their place, saying to them, Theres an agenda for mankind that is higher than yours. When we forget our high place in creation, we become cogs in so many machines.  Keeping the Sabbath has the power to keep you grounded in who you are and in the present moment. Living Joy

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"The soil where friendship grows is time, intimacy, and mercy." Living Joy ... See MoreSee Less

The soil where friendship grows is time, intimacy, and mercy. Living Joy

"Church is a place where community happens. And living in community extends your life. Only a few things are as important for our health and happiness as friendship." Living Joy ... See MoreSee Less

Church is a place where community happens.  And living in community extends your life.  Only a few things are as important for our health and happiness as friendship.  Living Joy

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Don't forget our change in menu for dinner tonight after Stations of the Cross! ... See MoreSee Less

Dont forget our change in menu for dinner tonight after Stations of the Cross!

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"Exercise kicks off a whole concoction of happy-making neurological and hormonal processes that make our lives not only longer but also more enjoyable." Living Joy ... See MoreSee Less

Exercise kicks off a whole concoction of happy-making neurological and hormonal processes that make our lives not only longer but also more enjoyable. Living Joy
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ABOUT ST PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH

Our St. Paul logo was designed by fellow parishioner Lori Brechtel, a graphic designer. Lori put great thought and detail into its design. She began by seeking out a symbol of our church that would be readily identifiable to all of our members - the circular, quartered round window on our building.

The yellow, starbust portion represents the light of Christ that blinded Paul, and that light which we show to each other among our congregation, and others. it is "bursting" from the confines of our own church and radiating into the world.

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