|Founders||Gordy DeMarais, Christina Smith, Fr. Kevin Finnegan |
|Focus||Campus ministry and young adult outreach|
|Headquarters||Mendota Heights, Minnesota|
Saint Paul's Outreach (SPO) is a Catholic missionary organization in the United States which serves college students and young adults.  It is a private association of the faithful established in the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. SPO describes its mission as follows: "to build transformational communities that form missionary disciples for life." 
SPO sees itself as a movement of the "new evangelization" popularized by Pope John Paul II.   Its ministry model is "reach, call, form, send." 
Saint Paul's Outreach is part of the global network of Kairos, which is the youth outreach division of the Sword of the Spirit. 
SPO was founded in Saint Paul, Minnesota, where it reached students at the University of St. Thomas.   By 2016 it had mission centers in seven different parts of the country. 
The Kansas City mission center expanded to include the University of Missouri–Kansas City in 2016.  SPO's Florida region expanded to the University of South Florida in 2021. 
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The Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis is a Latin Church ecclesiastical jurisdiction or diocese of the Catholic Church in the United States. It is led by an archbishop who administers the archdiocese from the cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. The archbishop has both a cathedral and co-cathedral: the mother church, the Cathedral of Saint Paul in Saint Paul, and the co-cathedral, the Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis.
Joseph Crétin was the first Roman Catholic Bishop of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Cretin Avenue in St. Paul, Cretin-Derham Hall High School, and Cretin Hall at the University of St. Thomas are named for him.
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