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Upon request, the Bereavement committee provides receptions at St. Paul parish following funerals for the families of deceased parishioners. Volunteers prepare food and/or support the hall set-up, as well as the food distribution. Both men and women ...

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The Gardening Angels is a group of men and women who keep the church grounds looking groomed. Twice a year, usually once in May and once in September, parishioners are invited to weed, rake, and trim the greenery. Parishioners can also...

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The history of St. Paul is deep and varied from the early Catholic Irish immigrants, freemen, and the prisoners who built Frederick Road westward from Ellicott Mills to the present day with the first ever International Pastoral Visitation by the past...

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Our goal is to provide a culture of faith and fellowship for HoCo Catholics in their 20s and 30s whether you are single, married, or married with children. The main goal is to provide Catholic Young Adults fellowship by hosting various events and ...

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Hot dogs on the grill and some good old fashioned American baseball are the hallmarks of this much loved picnic. Parishioners come out in the August sun to enjoy incredible food and fellowship. This well attended event requires a core te...

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Senior Day is held in the Center for the New Evangelization on the fourth Thursday of the month from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Parishioners and friends come and enjoy a movie, bingo, dancing, crafts, and fellowship. Bible study classes are als...

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Active since 1987, the Women's Club promotes Christian charity and fellowship among ladies of the parish. Club members meet the first Tuesday of each month (September through June).  A social period, with refreshments, follows each meeting. ...

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