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St. Paul’s Impacts Generations of Kilpatrick’s

By Taylor Kilpatrick, Assistant Director of Paul’s Place Afterschool Program

My dad, Tim Kilpatrick, loves St. Paul’s. So much so that he actually left Bethesda Hospital the Sunday morning I was born to make it in time for the 9:30am service. If that doesn’t tell you his priorities I don’t know what will!

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God is my Refuge and my Strength

Kamy Moghbeli, interviewed by Fr. David Angelica

Kamy was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1951, and raised as a Shiite. His father was a physician and his mother was a nurse. Kamy attended lower school (Roman Catholic) educational institutions and then was professionally educated in Architectural Construction Management. From the beginning of his life,

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Miss Lilly

By Caren Kilpatrick

“Everybody love Lilly!” This was the prayer of Lelia Romney on her 90th birthday, surrounded by family and friends. Everyone I know does, in fact, love Lilly. Known to most at St. Paul’s as “Miss Lilly” she said, “St. Paul’s reminds me so much of my church at home because there is so much love.” Her church at home was  the Church of God of Prophecy in Anguilla where she not only worshipped,

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Kathy Yates

by Liz Ryan, Director of St. Paul’s Day School

The ministry of St. Paul’s doesn’t only happen in the church or the meetings or Paul’s Place. (Although, those are places that are obviously full of people who experience God’s love and serve Christ because of that love on a regular basis!) It also happens out in the playground and classrooms of St.

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Grace

By Rev. Kathleen Gannon

Grace Stewart Hosie Carey is a redhead…under the beautiful silver crown that she has earned in her 90 years there is a funny and fiery redhead from Boston. 

Grace came to St. Paul’s in 1982 – the first Sunday after she moved into Abbey Delray South with her husband Ralph,

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May the Work She’s Done Speak For Her

by Dr. Paul Cienniwa

May the work I’ve done speak for me.
May the work I’ve done speak for me.
When I’m resting in my grave,
there’s nothing to be said;
May the work I’ve done speak for me.

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“Titi”

By Kathy Fazio

My name is Kathy Fazio.  I have been a member of St. Paul’s since the early 90’s.  Our family found our way to church thanks to the gentle introduction to spirituality through our association with St. Paul’s Day School.  Attending the weekly chapel service with our small children brought me into the peace,

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Judy and Nick Fenney: From Heartbreak to Hope

By Rev. Paul J. Kane

On June 26, 2016, St. Paul’s parishioners Nick and Judy Fenney received the unimaginably painful news that their beloved granddaughter Maggie Mae had been critically injured in a car accident in Islamorada, just a half mile away from home, while driving to the gym. 

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