The John Walsh Library is open before and after weekend Masses as well as whenever the office is open during the week. Plan to take advantage of this great parish resource!
Check It Out!
Remember to stop by the John Walsh Library when you come to Mass. There are many resources available for Advent and Christmas for both adults and children. Check it out!
Macomber, Debbie. One Simple Act. When we commit intentional acts of generosity, lives may be changed in ways we never imagined. This blend of true stories and motivational messages helps us discover how our gifts of time, encouragement, hope, laughter, prayer, hospitality, service, and forgiveness can have a lasting, life-changing impact on the giver as well as the recipient. Debbie Macomber, a New York Times bestselling author, takes us to a supermarket checkout line, a Midwestern train station, a football game, a coffee shop, and many other ordinary places to illustrate the profound effect a simple act of kindness can have. (Call No. 241-MAC)
The John Walsh Library committee from St. Paul’s was pleased to present Fr. Joe Hart as a guest speaker on October 18, 2022. Fr. Hart spoke about Bishop Fulton Sheen’s time as the Bishop of the Diocese of Rochester. The event was presented as follow up to the library committee’s gift to the parishioners of the book, The Wisdom of Fulton Sheen.
Fr. Hart gave us a unique perspective of the Fulton Sheen’s local impact. The bishop had a large national presence, and his local influence is of great interest, especially because he created St. Paul’s parish in Webster, New York.
If you missed his presentation, click the button below to view the video:
The Wisdom of Fulton Sheen, a collection of inspiring quotes by the Bishop is our “Parish Read” this year. Copies are available in the Library.
Did you know that Bishop Sheen’s TV program called “Life is Worth Living” (even though he wasn’t from Webster!) ran for 5 seasons, then was renewed as The Fulton Sheen Program for 7 years? At its peak, it drew 30 million viewers weekly!!! Did you watch it?