Image of St. Paul Parish in Delaware City, DE If you are not a member of the congregation, we hope to provide you with a good understanding of St. Paul Parish and what St. Paul's has to offer.

Are you a member of the congregation or have visited St. Paul Parish?  We pray you find this site and information useful.

The events are updated continuously, so please visit often. All weekly bulletins can be found on-line as well, so you may keep up with the congregation if you can not attend a Mass.

Are you new to the area and have you been attending St. Paul Parish regularly? Please consider formally registering in the parish. Parish Registration Forms are located in the vestibule in the Church in a manila file folder. Or download the Adobe form found on our Documents page. Fill out the form and place it in the Offertory Basket when you come to church. Thank you and welcome to the parish.

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Thank you! Father Dave

The Korean Catholic Community website can be found here.
한국 가톨릭 공동체 웹 사이트는 여기에서 찾 을 수 있습니다.


Today is both the First Sunday of Advent and of the Church’s liturgical calendar year B. Remarkably, as we begin a new liturgical year today, we move from Matthew’s to Mark’s Gospel, the shortest of the four canonical Gospels.
Advent is a season of hope and a period during which as Christians we await the fulfillment of the promise of God through his prophets. In addition to being a season of hope, it is equally, a season of great patience and prayer. It suffices to note that why we prepare physically, the most important preparation is that of the spirit. Therefore, during these four weeks what are we expected to do? What should we do to welcome the new born king of the world? This season is all about getting set for the birth and coming of the messiah.
~ Excerpted from frcanicenjoku



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