St Paul’s Parish Family exists for the purpose of witnessing and proclaiming the message of Jesus Christ, that message proclaimed in word, worship, service: love God, love your neighbor as yourself.
Weekend Mass Schedule
Sunday 9am, 11am
Mass: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:30am
Communion Service: Friday 8:30 am
Saturday 4-4:30 pm
or by appointment
783 Hard Road
Webster, NY 14580
Office Hours: 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday
Closed for Lunch: 12:00-1:00 pm
Emergency Number: 585-277-7388
Fax Number: 585-787-8907
Donate to St. Paul's
Click above to donate online
Print and fill out the Electronic Funds Transfer form below and return to the parish office
St. Paul's Church Memorial Bricks
Click on the link below to view details and download the order form. Order forms are also available in the office.
We still have a substantial shortage.
If you would like to help St. Paul's with the shortage,
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St. Paul's CMA Progress
as of March 12, 2018
76.03% of our Goal
Fasting & Abstinence During Lent:
Catholics from age 18-59 are to fast on Ash Wednesday and Friday's during Lent. Have one full meal and two smaller meals, with no snacking between meals. Abstinence means Catholics of age 14 and older are to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all Fridays during Lent.
If you have any questions please contact Robin in the office at 671-2100 X30.
Thank you very much!
Daily Lenten Prayer
"Lord, open my lips, and my mouth shall declare your praise."
O God, who renew the world
through mysteries beyond all telling,
grant, we pray,
that your Church may be guided by your eternal design
and not be deprived of your help in this present age.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
You give us new life.
We now begin the second part of Lent.
The Gospel according to John will be our guide. Before we enter into controversy and the sense of being in a court room, we have a wonderful story of a healing. In this gospel, the acts of power that Jesus works are the "signs" that help us see who He is.
We are reminded that He is he one who will give us new life.
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