We are not just a church, we are a family.


There are many opportunities to come together to give praise and thanksgiving to God for all He has done:  Sunday mass, weekday mass, reconciliation, rosary, and through the sacraments. The time spent at Saint Paul celebrations requires only your presence.


Let the "how" and "why" develop your involvement. Anyone concerned about the “process” is encouraged to contact the parish office via phone (902-499-3386) or email (Saintpaulparishdartmouth@gmail.com).


We are excited by your desire to be with us and we are interested in hearing from you. Information regarding the celebrations and sacraments are noted below.



Every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. 


Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday at 6:30 p.m.


1st Friday of the month at 9:00 a.m.​​

Reconciliation is available 30 minutes before mass & after mass by contacting the priest.

Parish Administrator: Deacon Robert Doyle

Secretary/Finance: Denise Messervey

Clergy: Father Thomas Mabey | Father Charles Burke | Deacon Robert Doyle| Deacon Bernie Young

Saint Paul Paris Dartmouth, rosary, beads

Praying the rosary is to journey with Jesus

Saint Paul Paris Dartmouth, baptism
Saint Paul Paris Dartmouth, marriage



Every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. 


The Rosary is a devotion for the meditation of the mysteries of the lives of Jesus and Mary. The Church has always recognized the efficacy of this devotion. Saint John Pul II said “Through the Rosary the faithful receive abundant grace, as by the hands of the Mother of the Redeemer".


The rosary also represents the Roman Catholic emphasis on "participation in the life of Mary, whose focus was Christ", and the Mariological theme "to Christ through Mary”.


Rosary beads and instructions to pray the rosary are both available at the back of the church and given out free to anyone desiring to pray this ancient devotion of the church.

The sacrament of baptism is a person’s initiation into the faith of the church. It is the beginning of a lifelong formation of the individual toward a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.


As the primary catechist for their children parents are encouraged and invited to bring their child to the church to receive this first sacrament. More information regarding Baptism at Saint Paul Parish can be obtained by hitting the link.  

Marriage in the Church is a religious event, a sacrament which celebrates God’s presence in the union of a man and a woman.


The union itself is ordered for the selfless love and support of the spouses, and the procreation and education of children.


More information regarding receiving this sacrament at Saint Paul Parish can be obtained on the following link. Click Here

By means of the funeral rites, it has been the practice of the Church, as a tender mother, not simply to commend the dead to God but also to raise high the hope of its children and to give witness to its own faith in the future resurrection of the baptised with Christ.


For more information regarding funeral arrangements at Saint Paul Parish please click on the following the link. Click Here


Saint Paul Parish is a faith-filled Roman Catholic community of the Archdiocese of Halifax/Yarmouth and is committed to our Vision and Mission statement. 


197 Windmill Rd
Dartmouth, NS B3A 1G1


Telephone: 902 463-5897


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