St. Paul the Apostle
Catholic Church

Forthcoming Events

Items in green are of local interest.  In most cases, more information can be found on the church notice board (NB).

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Weekday Mass.

From Oct 2018 on, a notice will only be placed here when the Mass and/or Adoration will NOT take place at the times or on the days mentioned on the Home page. Despite the omission in the Bodmin bulletin this week, there IS a Mass at St. Paul on the 19th September 2019.

Rosary for the Benefit of the Unborn, starting at 9:30 am (St. Paul).

From the 1st Friday of May and every First Friday of the month thereafter, 15 decades of the Rosary will be recited; organised by the SPUC and the Knights of S. Columba.

Cakes and Coffee etc.

Tintagel W. I. Hall (next to the Old Post Office), Friday 27th September, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Part of the "Word's Biggest Coffee Morning" for Macmillan Cancer Support,  Help and any donations requested: 01840 7870320.


This Summit, which is the largest gathering for Evangelisation in the English speaking world, took place in Ottawa on May 4th this year and will be replayed on October 5th at Buckfast Abbey Conference Centre (Room 4), BuckfastLigh, TQ11 0EE from 9:00 am (registration 8:30 am) until 5pm. Speakers include Fr. James Mallon (Divine Renovation), Michelle Moran (Zion Community), Michael Dopp (Mission of the Redeemer Ministry), Cardinal Lacroix, Fr. Jon Bielawski, and Michele Thompson. The event is FREE. Register by booking on or phone 01752-701660. Tea/coffee/biscuits provided. Please make your own lunch arrangements. More info:

“Global Healing - How our Faith can help us care for our Common Home”

This is a film-based event for parishes, groups and individuals. It will inform, challenge and equip people to engage with Pope Francis’ vital call to Care For Our Common Home.  Produced by Catholic Faith Exploration on behalf of the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales.  More info.: and our NB.

Retreats in the Diocese of Plymouth.

Each retreat is silent and individually guided by members of the Plymouth Diocesan Ignatian Spirituality Team. St Ignatius offered a vision of prayer by reflecting on one’s experiences of God and talking about them with others. All retreats will be held at Buckfast Abbeyl.
11 - 13 October (Friday–Sunday); w/e retreat; 14 - 18 October (Monday–Friday); midweek retreat; 11 - 18 October (Monday–Friday); 6-day retreat; 15 - 17 November (Friday–Sunday); w/e retreat - a ‘taster’ weekend for anyone who would like to try a retreat for the first time.
Booking/more info.: Diocesan Retreats, 14 Beweys Park, Lower Burraton, Saltash, Cornwall PL12 4SW; 01752 657469; or

PILGRIMAGE TO ITALY, 20th - 27th September.

Visiting the shrines of two famous saints of our century: St. Padre Pio and St. Francis of Assisi. 8 days, 7 nights, full board. Flying from Bristol. If interested please call 01579 384024 or email:


22nd September, St. Rita’s Centre, Honiton, EX14 1AP, 1:00 pm - 6:30 pm.
(Postponed from June). For young people aged 8 - 17. Lots of games, bouncy castle, BBQ, and Youth Mass celebrated by Bishop Mark. More info.: 01837 851438 or

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