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Operating as usual
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Mass of Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father Mario Farana celebrates Mass of Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Mass of Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father Mario celebrates Mass for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ.
Highlights from the Mass celebrating the 50th Anniversary to the priesthood for Father Mario Farana, and the 30th Anniversary to the priesthood for Father Joe Bradley.
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Mass of The Most Holy Trinity
Father Mario celebrates Mass of Pentecost Sunday
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Mass of the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord
Father Mario celebrates the Sixth Sunday of Easter
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Fifth Sunday of Easter
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Fourth Sunday of Easter
Father Mario celebrates Mass for the Third Sunday of Easter
Father Joe celebrates the Second Sunday of Easter.
Happy Palm Sunday! 🌴🌴🌴. Enjoy the beautiful sounds of the bells at St. Paul’s
Father Mario celebrates Mass of Palm Sunday
Father Mario celebrates Fifth Sunday of Lent
Fr. Joe Bradley celebrates Fourth Sunday of Lent
Father Mario celebrates Third Sunday of Lent
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Second Sunday of Lent
Father Mario celebrates Mass for First Sunday of Lent
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time.
In person services will resume on Saturday February 13, 2021
mask and social distance protocols enforced
Mass video-stream available online each Sunday will continue. Visit our website to find the link.
St. Paul's temporary in person Mass schedule
effective February 13, 2021
Reconciliation - Saturday 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Vigil Mass - Saturday 4:30 pm
Sunday Masses 8:00 am and 9:15 am
Father James Liebner celebrates Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Father James Liebner celebrates Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Father James is the Parochial Vicar for the Noe Valley cluster of parishes, which includes St. Philip and St. James.
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father Mario celebrates the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father Joe Bradley celebrates The Baptism of the Lord
Father Mario celebrates liturgy for The Epiphany of the Lord
St. Paul's Catholic Church
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Mass of The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
Father Joe Bradley celebrates Christmas Eve.
Father Joe and Father Mario concelebrate Fourth Sunday of Advent
Father Mario celebrates Mass of Third Sunday of Advent
Father Joe and Father Mario concelebrate the Second Sunday of Advent
St. Paul Catholic Church is the story of its people. Through its long history runs the loyalty and love of resolute people who form that great family which is and always has been St. Paul's. This unique spirit began in 1876 when Archbishop Joseph Alemany approved a request to purchase property on Church Street, which included the key lot at 29th and Church, as well as three additional lots facing Church Street. Father Lawrence Breslin was appointed the first Pastor, and construction of the church and residence began early in 1880; on April 29th, 1880, the cornerstone was laid. Originally, the church seated 750 and the total cost of construction was $18,000.00. But the Parish Community was growing, and the decision was taken to begin construction on a new church building. Designed by Frank T. Shea, the most prolific church architect of the time and responsible for St. James', St. Brigid's, and Old St. John's, Shea chose a modified English Gothic style for St. Paul’s. Construction on the new building began in 1897, took fourteen-years to complete, and was built on a pay as you go formula. Therefore, when the Church was finished in 1911, the Parish Community was debt-free! Since these early days of our history, St. Paul's has been the spiritual center of Catholic life in the Noe Valley. St. Paul's is a vibrant community, with extensive programs, community events, education, a commitment to the Gospel, an unshakable belief and trust in God, as well as a love of neighbor - all this characterize our Parish Community. We are indeed a City of God. To quote Red Spillane: "God visits other churches but lives at St. Paul's." We are grateful to Almighty God for His blessings.
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