Places to Worship: St. Paul’s Catholic Church

(Editor’s Note: This post highlights one of the many religious centers that can be found on and around campus. You can find a full list here.)

People praying in a church
(St. Paul Catholic Center, the Newman Center, website.)

Here at Indiana University-Bloomington, there are a multitude of different ways to worship and practice your beliefs. St. Paul’s Catholic Church offers a home to those brought up in, or joining Catholicism. IU students will reap the benefits offered by this church ranging from numerous mass times throughout the week, confessional hours and approachable clergy and parishioners. And let’s not forget the free-to-student dinners offered after 5:30 pm masses on Sundays.

St. Paul’s not only works to make church exciting and awakening, they work to make everyone feel included and comfortable as well. There are Korean and Spanish masses offered to those of non-American culture, “small group” bible studies that meet once a week to delve deeper into scripture and build spiritual bonds between students, and a variety of different retreats offered throughout the school year. This church is not only a place of worship, but a gathering of community. Here, parishioners grow in the faith along with growing in friendship and understanding of one another. For students interested in learning more about St. Paul’s, check out the church’s website.

Matthew 18:20 “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”

St Pauls church schedule

Zoey Fields
Zoey Fields

Journalism Major, Class of 2021

My name is Zoey Fields from Lafayette, Indiana. I am currently studying journalism and public relations at Indiana University. Upon graduating (2021) I hope to travel the world and help others through my writing and public speaking before settling down to raise a family of my own. I have a strong passion for bettering the lives of those around me and cannot wait to see what the future has in store for me!

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