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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.

    As a church community, we strive to reflect the message of God's welcoming love in word and deed. We seek to share compassion and "let justice roll down like water" for the dignity of every person (Amos 5:24).
    In the coming weeks, we will be sharing recommended resources for insight into the current issues of social justice from a Biblical/Church perspective. We believe they may serve as a guide for discernment, discussion and action, for us to embrace the scripture referenced in our parish mission statement and live "what the Lord requires ... to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God" (Micah 6:8).  

    In Christ, 
    The Parish Council
    of St. Paul's R.C. Church

    And so we invite you to prayerfully consider:

    Open Wide Our Hearts

    Racial Jusice - A Long-Time Concern

    click​ here - Tips for Navigating Conversations about Current Issues 


    YouTube video on Catholic Social Teaching

    click​ here - National Reconciliation​​​​​​

  • St. Paul's Mission

    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
    • to Walk humbly with God
  • Priest

    Reverend Sean Harlow, O. Carm.

  • Catholic News Service

  • Catholic Women Preach 

    Fr Sean invites you to view interesting perspectives on the weeks Gospel by visiting the website Catholic Women Preach.  Click on the link below to access these thought provoking perspectiives  

    http://catholicwomenpreach.org

  • Word on Fire

  • Archdiocesan Hotline

    "The Archdiocese of New York takes the stewardship of your donations and its resources seriously. If you have knowledge of financial misconduct or suspect that it might be occurring, please report your concerns via a toll free hotline, at 877-820-0541, or on the internet, at  http://www.reportlineweb.com/ADNY.
    Both are available 24 hours per day."
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  • Get ZOOMing

    Starting September 29th,
    Book Club, Tuesdays 10-11:15am 
    "AMAZED BY GRACE: Overcoming Racial Divides by the Power of the Holy Spirit"
    by Larry Oney
    to join, contact Deacon Carl carlloc@yahoo.com

    Ongoing meetings:
     
    Sunday Scripture Sudy,
    Wednesdays 10-11am
    to join, contact Lourdes Eyer lourdeseyer@yahoo.com
  • use link below to signup for we share - ONLINE GIVING

  • Pictures from First Mass in Reopening Cycle

  • Food Pantry

    We want you to know that the food pantry is available to help you during these challenging times. All you need do is call the office at 361-3107, and leave your first name and telephone number. Deb will then make arrangements for you to safely pick up groceries. 

    In the alternative, if you have not been hit financially by this crisis and would like to help, non-perishable pantry items can be left on the cart in between the doors to Deacon John Hall between noon-3 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. Suggested items include: Tuna, canned chicken, mayo        Red sauce, pasta, rice, Peanut butter, jelly, crackers, canned/dried fruit, fruit bowls        Pancake mix, syrup, juice, soup, beans, coffee, tea, oatmeal and other cereals        Mac & cheese, granola bars. If it’s more convenient for you, grocery store gift cards or checks made payable to St. Paul's Food Pantry are also welcome.  Thank you.
     
     

  • New to St Paul's?

    New Parishioners are always welcome and are encouraged to join the Parish. Why Register?

    To facilitate communication with you

    So we can more accurately plan for parish needs

    Sacramental record keeping

    Active membership allows a person to be a godparent at Baptism or sponsor a child at Confirmation.

    Young Adults should register whether they live with their parents or on their own. This makes it possible for you to demonstrate that you, your-self, are a registered active and participating individual member of St. Paul’s Church, apart from your parents. We hope that you will find our church community a place where your life of faith will be nourished. Your prayers, your presence, and your talents are most welcome here. 

  • Parish Council 

    Parish Council meetings, generally held on the 2nd Monday of the month are announced in the church bulletin and on the website and are open to all parishioners. If you wish to address the Council at a meeting, contact the church office to request to have your topic added to the agenda. Minutes of each council meeting can be found on the website at stpaulsbullville.org/parish-council.


    Use the link below to access the Parish Council page and current minutes 

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