Monday-Friday 9AM - 3:30PM
Sunday 10AM - 11AM
The Office will be closed on Mondays for the summer
Alcoholics Anonymous: Thursday 7PM
A.A. Hotline: (845-534-8525)
We continually strive to keep our records and envelope system up-to-date, but we do need your help in order to achieve this.
Please remember to notify the Church Office at 361-3107 if you have an address or phone number change, or if you are moving out of the parish.If you have added any new family members, or if children have gone on to register independently please let us know. Thank you.
PLEASE do not park outside of the designated and striped parking slots, especially in the front of the church. Fire lanes must remain clear. Do not put your safety or the safety of your fellow parishioners in jeopardy by parking outside of the lines.
Drawings will start on July 26th and continue weekly until the “Grand Prizes” are drawn on December 6, 2015.
For additional tickets, please call Connie Capria at 361-5096, or stop, and see her after Mass in Deacon John.
We celebrate the presence of God in our midst in Word and in Sacrament. Additionally, we are created to be "hearers of the Word." In order for this to happen, we need Lectors who can proclaim the Word. Lectors assist during the Liturgy of the Word by proclaiming the First and Second Readings. The First Lector also joins the Opening Procession raising the Book of Gospels through the Assembly and placing it on the Altar. During Holy Week additional Lectors are needed to assist in proclaiming the Passion Narrative.
If you wish to understand more about Scripture, the Sunday Readings, and the various Feasts and Holy Days throughout the Church's Liturgical Year, a good place to start is through becoming a Lector. Each Lector is provided a helpful Manual which provides a brief explanation for each week's reading. The Manual provides help with pronunciation of words and other oral speaking tips. It also provides easy to understand historical background to enhance your understanding of each reading and its connection to other scriptural passages of biblical themes. We especially need Lectors for our Mass at 5pm on Saturday. If you are interested, please fill out the form at the entrances to the church and give it to Fr. Sean, Deacon John or Carl Locatelli, bring it into the office, or put it in the collection basket.
Fr. Hasely King, O. Carm. is pursuing a degree at IONA COLLEGE in Marriage and Family Therapy. As part of his program of studies Fr. Hasely will be offering counseling to those interested in processing their relationships, communication issues, or issues pertaining to anger, grief and loss. Fr. Hasely will be offering sessions at OLMC to Individuals, Couples and Families. For more information or to make an appointment please contact Fr. Hasely at Email: email@example.com
Click the link below to hear what an impression we made on Cardinal Dolan on June 6th!
St. Paul's strives to be a community of Christians, in the Roman Catholic tradition, responding to the call of Jesus under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, providing mutual assistance in Christian life, witness, service and worship and promoting the Reign of God as proclaimed in the Scriptures:
Father Sean Harlow, Order of Carmelites.
Please Click on the link below to read a very important letter from Fr Sean regaurding our building feasability study.
Adult Religious Education
Scripture Study Wednesday July 1st, 10:00AM
First and Second grade parents please pick up your envelopes outside the religious education office. Thank you
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (R.C.I.A.) classes will begin in September 2015 and are held every Thursday evening from 7:00 - 8:30 PM through Easter of 2016. Special instruction will also be given on scheduled Sundays during the 9:00 AM Mass.
R.C.I.A. is open to any
Un-Baptized adults wishing to become Catholic.
Persons Baptized in other Christian Churches. Baptized Catholics who never received Reconciliation, First Eucharist or Confirmation and seek full membership in the community.
Catholics returning to active membership in the Church
For registration or more information, please call the
Religious Education office at 361-5816