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Father's Reflections Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

Nov 2, 2018

Dear St. Paul Family,

November is the Month of All Souls.  Throughout the month of November we remember in a very special way all who have died from St. Paul Parish this past year.  We also remember all of our loved ones who have gone before us marked with the sign of faith.  Requesting Mass intentions is always a good way to remember and pray for those who have died.  You can request a Mass intention by calling or by stopping by the parish office.  We also have many retired priests in our diocese who are looking for Mass intentions, so if you would like to make a request for a Mass intention and would like to have that intention offered by one of our retired priests in the diocese you can do that too.  Just bring your request along with the usual $10.00 stipend and we will make sure it gets sent on to the priest responsible for sending Mass intentions to our retired priests.  There is no prayer more powerful for those who have died than the prayer of the Mass.

Have a Wonderful Week!

Fr. Andy