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  • Priest

    Reverend Sean Harlow, O. Carm.

  • Catholic News Service

  • Free Access to Formed

    My dear Sisters and Brothers,

    A wonderful thing is now available to all parishioners in the archdiocese! The Archdiocese of New York is subsidizing for one year a subscription to the on-line site: FORMED. Everyone in the parish can now access the web site: formed.org, by using the Parish Access Code: H36R3F. Take note that you must use capital letters in order to sign in properly.

    Go to FORMED.ORG, use the access code, and you will be asked to register an account with your name, address and email address. The site will then lead you to faith formation programs, Bible studies, Catholic-themed movies, e-books, conferences and much more, all of it free.

    I hope that you will make use of this site and open yourself to the some of the best traditional explanations of our Catholic Faith.

    Fr. Sean 

  • 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  


  • 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. 

  • COVID-19

    Dear Parishioners,
    Masses are cancelled at St. Paul's Church and the church is closed. Our church office will be closed until further notice. You are dispensed from the obligation to attend. Phones will be monitored from home for emergencies.
    We ask that all parishioners stay at home as much as possible and that all practice social distancing. Fr. Sean is permitted to celebrate a private Mass and he will do so for all your intentions. Confessions can be heard in Fr. Sean's office by appointment. May the healing power of the Lord Jesus be with all of us.  More will follow.
    Fr. Sean
  • 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
  • Word on Fire

  • Food Pantry

    Although the Food Pantry shelves are well- stocked right now, that changes with each passing week. The First Sunday of the month is Food Pantry Sunday and items such as juice, cereal, mayonnaise, pancake mix, syrup and soup will disappear first. Also, keep in mind that the food pantry is available anonymously to all parishioners in need. Just give Deb in the office a call to make arrangements.

    Thanks to your generosity, we’re able to help many families who are hungry. To keep the pantry stocked, these nonperishable items are always welcome:

    Pasta and sauce, cans of tuna, mayo, chili, soup, vegetables, cereal, oatmeal, pancake mix and syrup, peanut butter and jelly, rice, beans, instant mashed potatoes, juice and juice packs, tea, honey, granola bars, popcorn, pretzels, rice cakes, crackers.

    Please, no expired items! 

    If you or someone you know is in need of food, please contact the church office, Fr Sean, Deacon Carl or the Religious Education office.  All requests are strictly confidential. 

  • a message from our new youth minister

    Dear Parishioners:
    We are very excited to be re-igniting the youth ministry program here at St. Paul’s. We see the importance now more than ever for the need to have a program that supports the joy and fullness of living a Gospel life and feeling the love and grace of God.

    With that, we ask for your prayers for
    willing participants to provide support to our ministry team and youth. We ask for prayers for our youth, that they may hear the call of this ministry and join us in the endeavor. Lastly, we ask for prayers that God will be working in us through each of our God-given gifts so that we may, as a community, raise our youth up to be the best versions of themselves as God has intended.

    Please reach out to us if you feel you have been called to this ministry by contacting the church office.
    God Bless,
    Chris Worthington

  • Mass Intention Book 

     The 2020 Daily Mass Record, which is now open for anyone who would like to schedule an announced Mass on a Saturday evening or Sunday morning next year. Having a Mass said for a deceased family member or friend – often around the anniversary of their death or birthday – is an important Catholic tradition. The usual donation is $10 per name, paid at the time of scheduling, which includes a Mass Card that will let others know when their loved one is being remembered in prayer.
    And when you stop by the office to schedule your memorial Masses, remember that we also have cards available that convey the gift of prayer for happy occasions such as births, birthdays and anniversaries.