Next Mass:
Today at 4:30pm

Mass Times

  • Saturday (Sunday Vigil)
    Scriptures for Mass
  • Sunday
    8:30am, 11am, 6pm
    Scriptures for Mass
  • Daily
    Monday - Saturday 8:30am   Tuesday and  Thursday 5:30pm
  • Scriptures for Mass
  • Holy Days of Obligation
    Vigil Mass 4pm.
    Holy Day Mass Times
    6:30am, 8:30am, 7pm
  • Confession
    Saturday 9am
    Saturday 3:30pm-4:15pm
    Wednesdays 5:15pm
  • Morning Prayer
    Mon - Sat 8:10am
  • Eucharistic Adoration
    Thu 9am to Fri 7:30am
  • Rosary
    Mon - Sat 7:50am

Catholic Corner

Welcome To St. Paul Catholic Church

....where our mission is to Love God, Serve Others and Make Disciples.

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Angel Gift Shop

 850-434-2551  Ext. 115

 Religious Gifts For All Occasions

 Store Hours: After Masses

 Mon.- Fri. 8:30 AM Mass

 Sat. 4:30 PM  Mass

 Sun. 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM

 Located  in  the St. Paul  Church Narthex

Contact Store Manager Jo Chamber here


Featured Events

It is with great joy and anticipation that we at St. Paul Catholic Church welcome our new priest Fr. Craig Smith.  Fr. Craig comes to us from St. Louis Catholic Church in Tallahassee.  Fr. Craig will join us sometime before the end of October.  We are grateful for his "yes" and look forward to working with him to continue serving the people of St.Paul Parish.  Welcome Fr. Craig!  God bless you!

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 We are also very happy to welcome back Fr. Joe Fowler!  Fr. Fowler will continue on part time as Catholic Priest Chaplain at Pensacola Catholic High School where he has been an invaluable presence.  Welcome back Fr. Joe!


Faith Formation at St. Paul Catholic Church is your child in grade school and in need of religious education? Are you seeking more formation in your faith?  Click here for registration information.

Upcoming Events

Two Daily Devotions

Through the call of Jesus people become individuals. Willy-nilly, they are compelled to decide, and that decision can only be made by themselves. It is no choice of their own that makes them individuals: it is Christ who makes them individuals by calling …
October 21st
Saint Francis spent almost half of his life on and in the mountains, and the other half he spent on the road entering and leaving cities. As Jesus walked up the mountain to pray, then descended and moved among the people, so did Francis and the…

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