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1870 Paul Church

July 10th, 1870 the cornerstone was laid for  a larger St. Paul's Church on the east side of 8th Street between Jefferson and Fulton Street.  Enough of the brick structure was completed in 1873 that services could be conducted.  The church remained unfinished until 1878, the 134ft twin spires were added, the interior of the 114x48ft. church was plastered, and the altars and the stations of the cross were added.

1938 Inside Church

1938 Fr. William Lautner's First Mass.  You can see some of the beautiful details from the old church.  The three ladies dressed in white represented Faith, Hope and Charity.  Mary Alice Zarrella, Mary Frances (Ducky) Lahee and Mary Margaret (Margie) Rhodes. 

Everyone Welcomed at St. Paul Church
Please Join us for Mass
            5:00 p.m.    Saturday Evening
            9:30 a.m.    Sunday Morning
          11:00 a.m.    Sunday Morning
Sacrament of Penance:   Wed.: 5:30-6:30 p.m., Thurs. & Fri.: 8:25 a.m. Sat. 4-4:30p.m.

   8:00 a.m.     Monday Morning
  10:00 a.m.     Wednesday Schedule as Follows:
  1st & 3rd        Wednesday-Golden Living Nursing Home
  2nd & 4th       Wednesday-Oakwood Nursing Home
  5th                 Wednesday-High Rise (Twilight Towers) 
  5:00 p.m.       Wednesday Evening - St. Paul
  8:00 a.m.        Thursday Morning
  8:00 a.m.        Friday Morning
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