St. Paul's Catholic Church


Pastor: Father Domino Bongalos
Address: 1305 Main Street, Airdrie, Alberta, T4B 1C5
Phone: 403-948-5394 Fax: 403-948-0160

For up to date parish information, including mass schedules, bulletin and Pastoral Council agenda and minutes, please visit the church website.

Website: St. Paul's Catholic Church Website
Weekly Bulletin; St. Paul's Parish Bulletin
E-mail: stpaulsairdrie@telus.net

St. Paul's Sacrament Dates for 2016/2017 School Year

LENT:
Lent is a special time of prayer, penance, sacrifice and good works in preparation of the celebration of Easter. Since the earlies times of the Church, there is evidence of some kind of Lenten preparation for Easter. Although the practices may have evolved over the centuries, the focus remains the same: to repent of sin, to renew our faith and to prepare to celebrate joyfully the mysteries of our salvation. Moreover, an emphasis must be placed on performing spiritual works, like attending the Stations of the Cross, attending Mass, making a weekly holy hour before the Blessed Sacrament, taking time for personal prayer and spiritual reading and most especially making a good confession and receiving sacramental absolution.
Click on the following link for Lenten ideas from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops: Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
Link for Catholic Moms.com: Catholic Moms

St. Paul's Parish

St. Paul's Catholic Church


Pastor: Father Domino Bongalos
Address: 1305 Main Street, Airdrie, Alberta, T4B 1C5
Phone: 403-948-5394 Fax: 403-948-0160

For up to date parish information, including mass schedules, bulletin and Pastoral Council agenda and minutes, please visit the church website.

Website: St. Paul's Catholic Church Website
Weekly Bulletin; St. Paul's Parish Bulletin
E-mail: stpaulsairdrie@telus.net

St. Paul's Sacrament Dates for 2016/2017 School Year

LENT:
Lent is a special time of prayer, penance, sacrifice and good works in preparation of the celebration of Easter. Since the earlies times of the Church, there is evidence of some kind of Lenten preparation for Easter. Although the practices may have evolved over the centuries, the focus remains the same: to repent of sin, to renew our faith and to prepare to celebrate joyfully the mysteries of our salvation. Moreover, an emphasis must be placed on performing spiritual works, like attending the Stations of the Cross, attending Mass, making a weekly holy hour before the Blessed Sacrament, taking time for personal prayer and spiritual reading and most especially making a good confession and receiving sacramental absolution.
Click on the following link for Lenten ideas from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops: Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
Link for Catholic Moms.com: Catholic Moms