Welcome to St. Paul Parish!

Our world is a fast paced ever evolving reality. One aspect that makes it so is the world of technology. The internet plays a large role in that. As a parish, we want to be connected to you as best as we can. This website is all about that. We want you to be able to easily find information and sign up to be involved in what you want. I hope you find this website to be what you need. If you have suggestions or comments, please feel free to send them to our website manager.

Once again, WELCOME to St. Paul Parish.

Reverend Michael D. Barth, Pastor

Mass Times

Saturday: 8:15 a.m. & 5 p.m. (Vigil Mass)
Sunday: 8 am, 10 a.m. & 12 p.m.
Weekdays (M – F): 8:15 a.m. & 12:10 p.m.
Wednesdays: 8:15 a.m., 12:10 p.m. & 7:15 p.m.

Reconciliation times: Saturdays: 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

St. Paul School

As a Catholic school, St. Paul promotes academic excellence and religious formation.  It strives to provide its students with the appropriate programs, training, and environment so that the students may become effective, independent learners and productive members of the community.  Access to and training in technology advances will be emphasized.  Preparation also involves education and activities that will help students attain the values, skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to live and love as Jesus did.

Register as a Parishioner

Become a member of St. Paul Parish, click the link below and fill out the registration form or call 859-371-8051.

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Mission Statement

Making and Strengthening Christians: As Disciples of Christ, St. Paul Parish Staff shepherds people to explore and understand their faith. The staff provides a place, then  opportunities for diverse and engaged worship along with faith formation. As followers in Christ, employees are called to assist people on their journey from birth to death.

Story of Saint Paul

Saint Paul is one of the most important and influential of all the saints. Many of his writings are contained in the Canon of the Bible and have influenced the growth and development of the Church since the first century.

St. Paul was originally known as Saul, and he was a Roman citizen and a Pharisee. He even presided over the persecutions of the early Christians and was present at the martyrdom of St. Stephen.

However, Saul experienced a powerful vision that caused him to convert to Christianity while on the road to Damascus. He was duly baptized and took the name Paul.