Mass Schedule

Weekend Mass Schedule:
Saturday 4:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am & 11:00 am
Weekday Mass Schedule:
Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM
There is no weekday Mass on Monday July 4.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:
Wednesday at 9:00 AM
Private Reconciliation:
Saturday 2:00-3:00 pm or by appointment.

Parish Summer Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM to noon and 12:45 pm to 4:30 pm (May 31 through September 2)
The office is closed Monday July 4.
Please access the office by ringing the bell by the office door and you will be buzzed in. Masks are required in the office at all times due to vulnerable staff.

Mask Update 6/27/2022

According to the CDC update of 6/25/22, we are now in the Low Community level for Covid in Monroe County.

People may choose to mask at any time. People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask to avoid getting others ill. Click here for more detailed information from Monroe County Health Department.

Masks are available at the doors. Physically distanced seating distancing is available. The ushers will help if assistance is needed.

This policy will be updated as conditions require and as CDC and Monroe County guidelines change.

Please note that masks are still required in the office due to vulnerable family members. Thank you.

Pastoral Council

Every spring, St Paul's Parish Pastoral Council looks to recruit 3 new adult members and up to 2 teen members to replace outgoing folk. Council members serve 3-year terms (the youth serve 1 year terms), must be active members of the parish and have received the Sacrament of Confirmation - both the adults and teens. The council is an advisory one that assists the Pastor with understanding, exploring and serving the needs of the parish.
If you - or someone you know - might be called to this essential ministry of St Paul's, please let Fr. Paul know, or call the parish office at your convenience. You may also chat with any of the present members to find out more! Thank you for your prayerful consideration!

Mask Update 5/9/2022

According to the CDC update of 4/22/22, we are now in the High Community level for Covid in Monroe County.

The CDC guidance, which St. Paul's is following, recommends wearing a mask in public indoor areas.  This policy will be updated as conditions require and as CDC and Monroe County guidelines change.

A reminder that if you are exposed to someone who tests positive, you should wear a mask for 10 days to avoid getting others ill. Click here for more detailed information from Monroe County Health Department.

Masks are available at the doors. Physically distanced seating distancing is available. The ushers will help if assistance is needed.

Please note that masks are still required in the office due to vulnerable family members. Thank you.

12/2/2021 Mask Update

As a Christian community we must protect the most vulnerable among us, including those who are health compromised and also our youngest children, who are not yet able to be vaccinated.  Covid cases are on the rise which has led to Monroe County issuing a State of Emergency on Wednesday December 1.
• We strongly recommend  and ask that those who are vaccinated wear a mask at all times in the building.
• Masks are required for those who are not vaccinated.

Masks are available at the doors in case you forget to bring one. Thank you for your cooperation.

Social distancing is required by anyone not fully vaccinated, and are optional for those who are.  We have seating available for both. Masks are required in the distanced seating sections. The ushers will help if assistance is needed.

Parish Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM to noon and 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Please access the office by ringing the bell by the office door and you will be buzzed in. Masks are required in the office at all times due to vulnerable staff.

Televised & Live Streaming Masses

Click below for the next scheduled live stream on YouTube. If the scheduled live stream is active, you will see the stream. If the stream hasn't started yet, you'll  see our profile image with "Sunday Mass with St Pauls RCC, Webster, NY"  in the top left corner.  Click there and you'll go to the page for the weekend's mass with a note saying when it will begin. If you connect early and wait on that page, the stream will automatically begin.

Mass streamed via YouTube

or click below to watch a previous Mass.

View Previous Masses


Pray the Act of Spiritual Communion below with the priest after he receives Communion.

An Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.

-St. Alphonsus Liguori

Eucharistic Revival


Click the image above for more information on the Eucharistic Revival.

“Receiving the Eucharist means entering into a profound communion with Jesus. ‘Abide in me, and I in you’ (Jn 15:4). This relationship of profound and mutual ‘abiding’ enables us to have a certain foretaste of heaven on earth.” -Pope St. John Paul II

Help Wanted

Youth & Confirmation Minister
Part time, 15 -20 hours/week, non-exempt

We are seeking a Youth & Confirmation Minister to coordinate and implement the Diocesan/Parish Confirmation Prep program as well as provide leadership in ministry to our parish youth.

Applicant should (minimally) be certified as a Catechetical Leader (or be enrolled in the Diocesan Certification program), but preferably have a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, and/or Religious Education.

Click here to view the job description.

Interested candidates please send resumes to robin.martz@dor.org

Donations

Your financial support of St. Paul’s is vitally important and very appreciated!

 

Upcoming Events

The Family Zone Newsletter


The Family Zone allows parents to choose quick, simple 5-20 minute activities that help to reinforce the messages found in the weekly Mass readings.
This issue is for two weeks:
Equipping the Domestic Church/ISSUE 89  June 26 2022

Mask Update 4/22/2022

According to the CDC update of 4/22/22, we are now in the High Community level for Covid in Monroe County.

The CDC recommends wearing a mask in public indoor areas.

*People may choose to mask at any time.
*People who are high risk, or caring for someone who is high risk, should consider wearing a mask.
*If you are ill or have tested positive, please stay home and join us via the live stream.

May we treat each other with respect and love and be grateful for our many gifts from God.

This policy will be updated as conditions require and as CDC and Monroe County guidelines change.

Masks are available at the doors. Physically distanced seating distancing is available. The ushers will help if assistance is needed.

Please note that masks are still required in the office due to vulnerable family members. Thank you.

First Aid & AED

There is a First Aid Station in the Narthex by the coat rack. It is labeled with a FIRST AID sign.

Under the sign is:

· A labeled tote with Emergency Blanket and Emergency Pillow
· A labeled tote with water bottles, towels, instant ice, baggies for ice,gloves, masks, blood pressure cuff.
· A white box with all other First Aid needs.
· A wheelchair
· A walker

There is also an AED on the wall across from the office.

At each of the masses there are 2 Ushers and a Staff Member who are there to assist in all situations.

Christmas Mass Times

Friday December 24
3:00 PM & 5:30 PM
Saturday December 25
10:00 AM

Masks are required. 3:00 PM is typically the most crowded; overflow seating will be available in the downstairs hall. If distancing is required, please consider one of the other two masses.
If not able to attend in person, please join us for the livestream broadcasts via the link to the right.

Family Christmas Ornaments

The tree is set up under the stained glass windows in the worship space. It is looking a little bare!
We invite each family to donate one unbreakable ornament to represent their family on the Christmas tree. Please place the ornaments in the labeled basket in the Narthex.
We look forward to seeing a tree full of ornaments representing our wonderful faith community!

Our Mission

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.

Our Mission

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.

St. Paul’s Sacrificial Giving Opportunities

Please check out current opportunities to give your time and talent & treasure to benefit our various ministries!  Thank you!

St. Paul's Updates

St. Paul's Updates

TIME

Give your time through a volunteer opportunity!

Eucharistic Revival Opening Liturgy & Eucharistic Procession with The Most Reverend Salvatore R. Matano

The Solemnity of Corpus Christi

Sunday, June 19, 2022
Corpus Christi Church
864 East Main St. Rochester, NY
10:00 AM
Free parking available at Corpus Christi Church, Mr. Glass (835 E. Main St.), Ibero (817 E Main St.) and Black Friars Theater (795 E. Main St. until 1:00 PM).

Mass & Adoration

Sunday Mass at 9:00 AM is streamed live through St. Paul's Facebook page.  Click here to watch it live or to see a recording of a previous service.

  • Usher
  • Greet parishioners
  • Serve on a committee
  • Help with Coffee & Donuts
  • Be a catechist for our School of Awesome Religion
  • Set up for Mass as a Sacristan

TALENT

Share your talents and make a difference!

Ways To Help

Catholic Family Center needs masks!  Click here for details of what is needed and where to drop them off.

  • Sing in the Choir
  • Play an instrument
  • Knit a Prayer Shawl
  • Maintain altar flowers
  • Bake for a Marthas reception

TREASURE

Support St. Paul’s various fundraisers!

Can We Help?

If you know of someone without a computer who would like to be on our “current news” phone list, please call Jodie 671-2100 x21 and leave her a message with the name and contact info. We will try to keep them in the loop!