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click on the link below and fill out the form on that page!
Remember the book offered at the Christmas masses?
Rediscover Jesus was a gift to all parishioners.
If you have not read it,
St. Paul is using this book for our Lenten journey together,
so it’s not too late.
For the Best Lent Ever, you can join a parish discussion group,
go on-line or Facebook.
For more info, go to dynamiccatholic.com/bestlentever.
You will discover daily reflections, videos, and more.
Parish Council members will be contacting people this weekend
for leaders of neighborhood groups.
Once you know the leaders in your area,
you can contact them for meeting time and place.
These are not fancy meetings,
but gatherings of Catholics journeying through Lent together.
Meet in your neighborhood or with friends.
You can even offer your kitchen table for one of the 6 weekly discussion nights.
Pope Francis said in “A Big Heart Open to God”, America, Sept 30, 1913,
“The image of the church I like is that of the holy, faithful people of God.... In the history of salvation, God has saved a people. There is no full identity without belonging to a people. No one is saved alone, as an isolated individual, but God attracts us looking at the complex web of relationships that take place in the human community. God enters into this dynamic, this participation in the web of human relationships.”
Will you join your parish family and journey with us?
"Grace to you and peace from God our Father
and the Lord Jesus Christ!"
-- From the Letter of St. Paul to the Philippians 1:2
Historic St. Paul Church
425 West Short Street
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
Saturday Vigil: 4pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am,
Misa en espanol: 12:45pm & 7pm
Mass Tuesday - Friday: 10am
First Friday Eucharistic Adoration
Begins after morning Mass
Vespers and Benediction at 5pm
First Monday of the month: 10am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Wednesday: 5 - 6pm
Saturday: 3 - 3:45pm
Anytime by appointment
“May the Church
be a place of mercy and of hope in God,
where everyone can feel welcomed, loved,
forgiven and encouraged to live the good life
of the Gospel.
And to feel welcomed, loved, forgiven, encouraged,
the Church’s doors must be open,
so that all may come
and that we can go out of those doors
and proclaim the Gospel!”
-- Pope Francis
Our historic church was built in 1865.
For 150 years,
we have welcomed people
of every race, language and way of life
into our diverse downtown community.
We celebrate and honor all abilities.