Welcome to St Paul Catholic Church

Letter from the Pastor

Parish Mission

We are a faith community in the Archdiocese of Seattle, under Archbishop Paul Etienne. We are a parish in the southeast corner of Seattle that represents the community in which we live- a unique, multifaceted community in age, culture, race, language, religious tradition and spiritual expression. As a part of the Roman Catholic Church we are a sacramental community which expresses itself fully when we gather to celebrate the Eucharist, giving praise and thanksgiving to God.

Our Mission is:
  • To proclaim the good news of God’s love for all people
  • To create a positive environment in which our common faith in Jesus Christ unites us in building up the Kingdom of God among us, and>
  • To reach out in justice and charity to serve all people who are in need.
We will pursue this mission through the power of the Holy Spirit and our willingness to share the time, talent and treasures of our Parish Family.
We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people. Email us.


Upcoming Events

Check the Calendar for the full schedule of events.

October 19/20
World Mission Sunday Collection-- Please put your World Mission Sunday envelope in the regular collection. There will not be a second collection.

October 23
1:00 pm School Mass -- no 8:15 am Mass

October 24
7:00 pm Father Tolton Committee meeting (Parish Office Dining Room)

October 25
5:30- 8:00 pm School Halloween Carnival- All are welcome

October 26
9:00 am Lector & Eucharistic Minister Training @ St. George- St. Francis Room

All Saints Day Masses

Thursday, October 31
  5:00 pm Vigil Mass at St. Paul
  6:00 pm Vigil Mass at St. Peter
Friday , November 1
  8:15 am School Mass at St. Paul
  8:15 am School Mass at St. George
  10:30 am School Mass at St. Edward
  10:30 am Mass at St. Peter
  5:00 pm Bi-lingual Mass at St. Edward
  6:00 pm Mass at St. George

All Souls Day Masses- November 2nd

11:00 am @ St. George
Cemetery Masses:10:30 am at
Gethsemane, Holyrood, and Calvary