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REMINDER - Bingo 7 days a week located at
502 Embassy Oaks! Doors open at 5:00 pm
followed by a 7:00 pm and 8:30 pm sessions.

St. Paul Catholic Learning Center:
The SPCC accepts infants (6 months) to
pre-K4 year round including during summer
camp sessions. Hours are Monday-Friday,
6:30 am - 6:00 pm. Monthly (or weekly) cost
includes total care time and meals. Summer
camp session has begun. It is available on a
weekly enrollment rate as well and includes fun
summer events. The St. Paul Learning Center
is the place to call and/or visit. We just may fit
your needs. Call Director Blanca Sanchez to
arrange a tour of our Center: (210) 738-8715.

Religious Education Registration

Bible Study Groups:


1st Saturday of the Month: Sisters-in-Christ

3rd Saturday of the Month: Covenant of Love Date Night

4th Saturday of the Month: Guadalupana Society
Novena To Our Sorrowful Mother
Mondays from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm
*in the event of a funeral, times will be adjusted

1st Friday from 8:30 am to Noon

Nocturnal Adoration: 1st Saturday from 9:00 pm
through 7:00 am Sunday
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Pastor Msgr. Charles Chaffman
We invite you to register to be part of our
parish family. Please come by the office and
fill out a registration form or you may
download the form and drop off at the
church office. Call 733-7152 if you have any
Parishioner Registration Info
Friday at 5:30 pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Vigil Mass: 5:30 pm

Mass: 8:00 am, 9:30 am (Spanish),
11:30 am & 5:30 pm

Daily Mass
Monday - Friday at 8:00 am
Journey as women, wives and mothers. Sistersin Christ meet on the 1st Saturday of the month at the Paula
House after 8:30 am Rosary. For more information contact Londie Arnold, 771-8209.
Covenant of Love offers help for couples to live out God's plan for
relationship. Come and join other St. Paul couples for a DATE NIGHT
from 7-9 p.m. in the cafeteria. Contact Xavier and Erika Mendiola at
(210) 693-2974 for more information.
The St. Paul Alumni Association is searching for all past students of St. Paul School. Through its monthly
Alumni Newsletter, the Association is dedicated to helping classmates reconnect with each other as well as
keep everyone apprised of what is happening at the School and the Parish.  If you (and any of your family
members) graduated, or attended but did not graduate, from the School, please email the Alumni
Association at so that you can be added to the Newsletter distribution.
We are currently registering for
  Elementary - PreK-3 thru 5th grade
  Middle School - 6th to 8th grade
  Adult - RCIA and Confirmation - Classes start Sunday, October 12th 10-11:15 in the library
To register come by the church office or call Yolanda Gutierrez, Director of Religious Education.
Life Teen has started and meets from 3:45-5:15PM on Sundays in the school cafeteria! Life Teen is a HS youth group
centered around the Eucharist to bring teens closer to Christ. We talk about real life issues that teens face today. All high
school teens are encouraged to sign up and get involved. Parents may register their teen beginning at 3:30pm. High School
teens wanting to prepare for the sacrament of Confirmation will need to register for Life Teen. Life Teen is limited to High
School teens only.
Contact Lisa for more information at (210)844-2041.
Rosary every 4th Saturday at 8:30AM in Our Lady's Chapel.
All are welcome.
Gather & experience the Holy Spirit through praise and worship, scripture, and faith sharing.

Adult Bible Study: Tuesdays, 7PM at the CLC House, Bob Cantu (210) 735-1978
Youth Bible Study: Sundays, 1PM at the CLC House, Matt Arismendez (210) 831-5675
Young Adult Bible Study: Thursdays, 7PM at the JP II House, Matt Arismendez
It is not too late to sign up for the Woman's ACTS Retreat
for October 16th-19th at Cordi Marian Retreat Center.

Click here for more information.

Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send?
And who will go for us?" And I said, “Here I am, Send me."
           Isaiah 6:8
5 things you need to know about the Christian situation in Iraq
#1 In 1987, the Iraqi census counted 1.4 million Christians in Iraq.    
  Today this number is less than 200,000.
#2 For the first time in 1,900 years there are virtually no Christians
   living in Mosul, Iraq.
#3 In June 2014 over 1,922 people were killed in Iraq. Official figures
   report 1,393 civilians, 380 soldiers and 149 policemen among the
   dead, with another 2,610 injured. (deadliest month since May 2007
#4 Houses and properties owned by Christians are being marked with
   letter “N,” meaning Nasare, the Muslim word for Christians, which
   comes from Nazareth, Jesus’s hometown. (similar to the Star of  
   David marking Jews in the Holocaust)
#5 ISIS was formerly tied to Al-Qaeda. Al-Qaeda disavowed any ties
   with ISIS in February 2014, citing its barbaric methods.

For more information and to join in solidarity with our Christian
brothers and sisters, please join us this Thursday for a prayer
vigil to stop Christian persecution in the Middle East.
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