St Patrick Catholic Church
In the Roman Catholic tradition, the people of Saint Patrick Parish are called to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ by our words and actions through the celebration of the Sacraments, acts of justice and charity and life-long faith formation; the fruits of which are a welcoming faith-filled community bringing ourselves and others, through God’s grace, to salvation.
Sunday—9:00 a. m
Tuesday & Wednesday 8:15 a.m.
Saturday—7:15 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.
Sunday—8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
is provided to all parishioners who want to learn more about the new translation of the Roman Missal, and to allow for study of the gift of the Mass and all liturgies we celebrate as a Church. Please take time to visit the website. www.usccb.org/romanmissal
The Revised Roman Missal, The Creed is here
Voting is scheduled for the weekend of May 16-17. We are electing four members from the following eleven nominees.
One ballot may be submitted per adult member (18 and older) of the parish. Please give your ballot to an usher or drop in one of the collection boxes by the doors. If you are out of town or otherwise not able to vote during mass, you may deliver your ballot to Malia Mohan in the parish office by email, phone, or mail. In your message, state your name and indicate the candidates you support. Please only send an electronic ballot if you did not fill one out after mass.
PPC ballot 2015
The Indiana Bishops urge us to See, Judge, and Act regarding poverty in our state. Please click the link and begin by reading the first few paragraphs, and make then make a choice to spend some of your time carefully considering the Bishops’ statement.
Poverty at the Crossroads: The Church’s Response to Poverty in Indiana
In the Easter Vigil service, Pope Francis urges us to enter into the mystery of Christ’s resurrection. See the link for the full text from Pope Francis’s homily.
Homily from Easter Vigil 2015, Pope Francis