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St. Paul's Catholic Church

Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise

Message Series

Watch Fr. Brady and Fr. Rosero teach about Scripture, Life, and Faith
Groundbreaking

Groundbreaking

The most groundbreaking event in history was Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. His life, death and resurrection changed everything. The resurrection proves that Jesus is who says he is and that he is the ultimate authority on life. In this series we will look at how Jesus’ resurrection and the early church broke new ground in the history of the world and how God desires the Church to do the same today.

40 Days

40 Days

During this Lenten season, we begin a new Message Series: 40 Days. Here we begin to explore the beautiful mystery of the Eucharist in the life of our Church. Just as Jesus went away for 40 days, we too will take these 40 days to explore the breathtaking reality of the Eucharist in our lives.

Hooked

Hooked

Throughout these three weeks, we will discuss the importance of sharing our faith, both for the benefit of others and for our own spiritual growth.

Story of Your Life

Story of Your Life

Stories appeal to us. We love stories because we are part of a larger story. The Scriptures tell the story of God and how He interacts with humanity through the course of salvation history. When we see our lives as a story and part of God’s larger story, it brings greater meaning to our life and our choices. God can use our stories to draw people to Him. Through this series, we explore our story and how telling that story can help draw others to Him.

Expect Miracles

Expect Miracles

The incarnation was a miracle. God became flesh through Mary’s ascent to become the mother of God. Through the Christmas story, the people who expect miracles and are on the lookout for God experience miracles and experience the joy of the incarnation. In this series we will encourage each other to expect miracles this Christmas season.

Confessions of a Control Freak

Confessions of a Control Freak

Surrender is a word that has many negative connotations. Songs and sayings tell us to never surrender resonate deeply with us. However, when it comes to the Christian faith, surrender is absolutely necessary. In our new series, Confessions of a Control Freak, we explore where we seek control and how Jesus redirects that desire and challenges us to surrender that control for a better way, His way.

Important Enough

Important Enough

We often wonder if we are doing enough in this world. Have I done enough at work, invested enough in our children, have I saved enough for retirement? We are not quite sure we are doing enough but we are unsure what enough really is. We live with this vague sense that we don’t have enough and are not doing enough and we are not are good enough. This new series tackles the notion of “enough” and where God fits into the picture.

Half Truth

Half Truth

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Anything But Ordinary

Anything But Ordinary

Jesus was anything but ordinary. Crowds flocked to see Him and found Him irresistible. The Church, us, is to be a reflection of the extraordinary person of Jesus Christ. In this Easter season, we will look at the key habits and disciplines that make a Church extraordinary.

Needy

Needy

“Needy” will take us through the season of Lent. Spirituality 101 is this: there is a God and it is not us. God is the Creator and we are the created. We are not entirely self-sufficient, we have needs that are outside ourselves. To grow in relationship with God and others requires that we accept the reality of those needs and that we learn to meet those needs well.

A church.

Location and Contact

Parish Church:
510 W. Roosevelt
Nampa, ID 83686
Parish Office:
(208) 466-7031
1515 8th St. S
Nampa, Idaho 83651
Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM (Closed Noon to 1 PM)
Friday: 9 AM - 12 Noon
*Except on Holy Days and Holidays*

The Eucharist.

Weekend Masses

Saturday
5:00 PM (English)
7:00 PM (Español)
Sunday
8:00 AM (English)
10:00 AM (English)
12:00 Noon (Español)
7:00 PM (Español)

Extraordinary Form: 2nd Sunday of the month at 3 PM

A stained glass window.

Weekday Masses

Daily Mass: 8 AM
Monday, Wednesday, Friday (New Church)
Tuesday, Thursday (Old Church) Misa diaria: Miercoles 7 PM (New Church)

A rosary.

Confession

Tuesday, Thursday: 12 PM - 1 PM
Wednesday: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Saturday: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM