"Fear not...I have called you by name; you are Mine." Isaiah 43:1
Parish Mission Statement
The faith community of St. Patrick Catholic Church, believers in Jesus Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit, embraces the sanctity of all life. We recognize the talent and diversity of our community and invite you to join with us in the Mission of Jesus Christ.
Our Parish Council often facilitates new ministries and approaches for our parish life. We look for four new members each year. Perhaps you know someone, a friend , a neighbor, even yourself, who has ideas about opportunities that could occur in the parish and the effort and responsibility to help make them happen.
Parishioner for Life would like to thank St Pat's parishioners and friends on the Operation Baby Bottles.
It raised over $ 6000. We believe this is indicative of the increasing support of Pro-Life efforts. The proceeds are being distributed to pregnancy centers and RTL organizations. Thank you for your support, and we enjoin you to continue to promote the Culture of Life.
Fr. Meade and the St Patrick Bereavement Ministry would like to invite any friend of St Patrick Church to explore grief and healing from the loss of a loved one as we invite Christ to fill us with the Holy Spirit.
"Sing out, O heavens, and rejoice, O earth, break forth into song, you mountains. For the Lord comforts His people and shows mercy to His afflicted." Isaiah 49:13
Holy Thursday: March 28th
Mass of the Lord's Supper 7:00 pm
Gethsemane Vigil with the Lord (After Mass Until Midnight)
Good Friday: March 29th
Sorrowful Mother 12:30 pm
Liturgy of the Lord's Passion 1:30 pm
Divine Mercy Chaplet - Novena 3:15 pm
Liturgy of the Lord's Passion 7:00 pm
Holy Saturday: March 30th
Blessing of Foods/Narthex 10:00 am
Easter Egg Hunt to follow (8 yrs. & under)
Easter Vigil 7:00 pm
Easter Sunday: March 31st
Masses at 5:45 am, 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12 noon, and 7:00 pm
Parish office will be closed Good Friday March 29th - Monday April 1st.