MinistrySt Paul the Apostle, St Jean de Brébeuf & Our Lady of Good Counsel
The Catholic Women's League
Our Catholic Women’s League of St. Paul needs you.
Rediscover your relationship to Mother Mary. Join us for prayer, reflection and service to your community. The leauge meets monthly and participates in Community service efforts and devotion to Mary our mother.
For further information, please see Audrey von Bogen or contact the office at 705-652-3095.
The Knights of Columbus, Council 11924
St. Paul the Apostle (Kawartha Lakes 11924) Council of the Knights of Columbus welcomes men interested in working together for our church and community.
For further information or a membership application, please see Brian Maloney or contact the office at 705-652-3095.
Our council of the Knights of Columbus meets monthly between September and June in the basement hall.
There will be merrymaking and light refreshments. We will discuss how we can assist our community, parish and parishioners. If we are truly fortunate Brian will make a motion to skip the opening ode!
The St. Vincent de Paul Society
St. Vincent de Paul Society was established in 1833 by the Blessed Frederic Ozanam. Originally dedicated to serving the poor of Paris, France, the Society now provides serves in 148 countries.
Our Parish Conference supports the Lakefield Food Bank and other members of our community through your generous donations. If you are in need or know of someone who is, please contact the Pastor at the Parish Office. 705-652-3095
Our Parish Conference
Our Parish Conference meets after Sunday Mass in Lakefieldy monthly. Please consider attending. All are welcome!
The Legion of Mary
The Legion of Mary seeks volunteers who can offer a couple of hours each week (for a meeting and for community service) and commit to saying a short prayer every day – all to build up the Body of Christ under the watchful protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Founded by Frank Duff in 1921, Dublin, Ireland, the Legion seeks to bring the surrounding community into contact with the loving presence of Christ as made visible in the missionary work of “two or three” of His disciples (Mt. 18:20).
For further information, contact the parish office at 705-652-3095.