Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

As we look to January 22nd, 2020, as a Day of Prayer for the Protection of the Unborn, the Committee for Human Life and Dignity at St. Paul’s asks that you kindly consider contributing articles of clothing for newborn babies.  These will then be donated to Emergency Pregnancy Services on Merrill Road in the Arlington area.  They may be placed in the large bin in the cry room, left at the rectory, or brought to the March for Life at the Knights of Columbus Hall on the 22nd at 11:30 AM. 

Thank you in advance for your continued support of this life giving ministry




As of September 01, 2019, our on-line giving will be provided by ParishSOFT Giving!

Clear-Give will be turned off on August 31, 2019.   If you have already been participating in online giving through Clear-Give, please note that any recurring gifts that were scheduled in your account with them will end on August 31, 2019.

Everyone who wishes to participate in online giving will need to visit our parish website:  Click on the church, then on the Online Giving icon at the top right side of the screen and follow the prompts.  You will be able to manage your own account online by setting up gifts on a schedule that you choose using a credit card, debit card, checking or savings account.  ***For recurring donations you will be required to set up an account.  To set up an account please click on the sign in button and then register for an account. ***For one-time donations proceed to the drop down menu under Fund.

Online giving has proven to be a very cost-effective way for our parish to receive your generous donations to our offertory and to A Legacy of Faith building campaign.  This method of contribution has provided us with a hassle-free and consistent cash flow which enables us to more effectively operate our parish.  We hope this will be an even more convenient and secure way to make a one-time or recurring donation.


14th Annual March for Life – January 18, 2020

The 14th Annual March for Life St Augustine is Jan. 18, at the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche (101 San Marco Ave). The message this year is “Endangered, Worthy of Protection,” focusing on the worthiness of all human life to be protected especially those with special needs.

The march activities begin with Mass celebrated by Bishop Estévez at 9 a.m. outside (weather permitting) followed by music and information booths. Speakers will take the stage following Mass at 10:20 a.m. for several powerful testimonies. At 11:15 we will march through town to the Plaza de Constitution for the keynote address with Doug Tooke, a national speaker for Youth and Young Adults representing ODB films and the new series entitled Restored.

UPDATE: Congressman John Rutherford will be speaking at the March on Saturday, Jan. 18, following the Mass between 10:00 and 11:00 a.m.

The KOC Council 611 will host a Spaghetti Dinner at the Cathedral Parish Hall in support of the March.
MFLSA Friday Night Kick-off is Jan. 17 for the March begins at 5:30 with rosary followed by Mass at 6:00 p.m. The movie Restored will be shown. Food trucks and a Praise and Worship Concert begin at 7:30 at the Mission Grounds. Check out our website at