Parish News

Dominican Sisters of Hope program

"Unitive consciousness - the awareness that we are all one in Love - lays a solid foundation for social critique and acts of justice." - Fr. Richard Rohr Through the Center at Mariandale in Ossining, the Dominican Sisters of Hope ...
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Flocknotes

Dear Parishioners of St. Paul’s, Lenten Greetings! As we get closer to Easter Sunday, I wanted to be sure to reach out to you during this challenging time for so many. While many of us are physically back at church, ...
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A Call to Social Justice

The members of the Parish Council of Saint Paul's offer our thoughts and prayers to our church community and for the world at large. May you daily feel the peace of God. We are continuing to share recommended resources for ...
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Survey Response

Click here to read the survey summary, prepared by the Parish Council and Reopening Committee. Survey Response2 ...
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Masses Live Streamed

The 5 p.m. Mass on Saturday and 10 a.m.  Mass on Sunday are now live-streamed. Here's the link: https://www.twitch.tv/10915spmb However, we need to train a few more volunteers in the art of streaming. The more people to rotate into a ...
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Book Club’s Next Chapter

The next Book Club selection is “THIS IS THE FIRE: What I Say to My Friends About Racism,” by Don Lemon. The author brings his experience as a reporter and a black man to today's urgent question: How can we ...
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Mass this Weekend

    Mass will be celebrated at 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 10, and 10 a.m. on Sunday, April 11. Seating is limited, and you will be ushered to your seat. Everyone must wear a mask and adhere to social-distancing requirements ...
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Mission Statement

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:
to act with justice, to love tenderly, to serve one another and walk humbly with God.