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The Archdiocesan Novena to Saint Joseph can be prayed in any setting, especially before or after Holy Mass, at parish meetings, in the classroom, and in the family home. The praying of this Novena is to unite everyone in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia on the 19th of each month, from March through November 2021.


Try Bible Study

“…blessed are those who hear the word of God and observe it.” (Luke 11:28)

Every Wednesday evening, the Saint Paul Bible Study considers God’s word in the upcoming Sunday Mass readings.  This is a great devotion, especially in this “no-contact” time. The sessions are held virtually and participants join easily by phone or computer.  For more information, please contact Lucy Boardway at lucyboardway@gmail.com / 610-246-5535 or Bonnie Dougherty at blessedlife101@gmail.com / 484-744-2307. Everyone is always welcome!


 

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All in-person events at St. Paul’s have been canceled until further notice.


NEW REGISTRATIONS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME

For those wishing to join our parish, we offer a prayerful welcome.  We delight in the desire to be a faith family with you.  If you would like to be a member of our parish, simply tell Father after any Mass on the weekend or daily throughout the week.  Registration forms are kept at the church so you don’t have to make a special trip to the Rectory office.  Nothing is needed to register; no records from elsewhere are necessary.  All those registered are the life-blood of our parish, and a blessing to us all.  Please join us.  The only requirement is that you regularly attend Mass with us, as you probably already do.  Again, please, join us.


ATTENTION… SHOPRITE CUSTOMERS!

Our parish is collecting ShopRite register tapes as a source of some additional income for the parish.  Every little bit helps!  If you’re a shopper at any ShopRite store, please, save your register tapes and put them in an envelope marked “ShopRite” and place them in the Sunday collection basket, or mail / bring them to the Rectory (you can drop them in the front door mail slot).  “Thanks much” to anyone who is able to help us!