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Please join us for The Feast of The Immaculate Conception of The Blessed Virgin Mary

TODAY - Friday, December 8th @ 10:00am

In teaching that Mary was conceived immaculate, the Catholic Church teaches that from the very moment of her conception, the Blessed Virgin Mary was free from all stain of original sin. This simply means that from the beginning, she was in a state of grace, sharing in God's own life, and that she was free from the sinful inclinations which have beset human nature after the fall.

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www.ewtn.com/catholicism/teachings/immaculate-conception-222
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Please join us for The Feast of The Immaculate Conception of The Blessed Virgin Mary

TODAY - Friday, December 8th @ 10:00am

In teaching that Mary was conceived immaculate, the Catholic Church teaches that from the very moment of her conception, the Blessed Virgin Mary was free from all stain of original sin. This simply means that from the beginning, she was in a state of grace, sharing in Gods own life, and that she was free from the sinful inclinations which have beset human nature after the fall.

Click link to read more.....
https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/teachings/immaculate-conception-222

Please join us for The Feast of The Immaculate Conception of The Blessed Virgin Mary

TONIGHT - Thursday, December 7th @ 6:00pm
or
TOMORROW - Friday, December 8th @ 10:00am

In teaching that Mary was conceived immaculate, the Catholic Church teaches that from the very moment of her conception, the Blessed Virgin Mary was free from all stain of original sin. This simply means that from the beginning, she was in a state of grace, sharing in God's own life, and that she was free from the sinful inclinations which have beset human nature after the fall.

Click link to read more.....
www.ewtn.com/catholicism/teachings/immaculate-conception-222
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Please join us for The Feast of The Immaculate Conception of The Blessed Virgin Mary

TONIGHT - Thursday, December 7th @ 6:00pm 
or 
TOMORROW - Friday, December 8th @ 10:00am

In teaching that Mary was conceived immaculate, the Catholic Church teaches that from the very moment of her conception, the Blessed Virgin Mary was free from all stain of original sin. This simply means that from the beginning, she was in a state of grace, sharing in Gods own life, and that she was free from the sinful inclinations which have beset human nature after the fall.

Click link to read more.....
https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/teachings/immaculate-conception-222

To read more about Saint Ambrose, click link below:

www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=16
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To read more about Saint Ambrose, click link below:

https://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=16

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Please join us for Mass today @ 12 noon.....

The ability to grasp the realities of Christ’s kingdom is a privilege that not everyone is given, as it is a gift of God’s grace. ... See MoreSee Less

The ability to grasp the realities of Christ’s kingdom is a privilege that not everyone is given, as it is a gift of God’s grace.

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Please join us for Mass this morning at 8:00am or 10:30am.

Candle Name: the Prophecy Candle

The First Week of Advent Represents: Hope

Candle Color: Purple

Purple is the primary color associated with Advent. Within the Catholic Church it symbolizes penance, preparation, and sacrifice. During the first week of Advent we remember the Old Testament prophets who foretold of Jesus’ coming with hope and anticipation.
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Please join us for Mass this morning at 8:00am or 10:30am.

Candle Name: the Prophecy Candle

The First Week of Advent Represents: Hope

Candle Color: Purple

Purple is the primary color associated with Advent. Within the Catholic Church it symbolizes penance, preparation, and sacrifice. During the first week of Advent we remember the Old Testament prophets who foretold of Jesus’ coming with hope and anticipation.

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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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