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.
Parishioners: Please prayerfully consider if you would be willing to
serve on Parish Pastoral Council.
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
Calling for stewards of time and talent for Parish Council
Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) Elections will be held in May. We are seeking persons who can: 1) contribute time to a monthly 1 1/2 hour meeting; 2) contact selected parish ministry leaders for monthly updates; and, 3) contribute talent to “big picture thinking” about the current and future of the St. Patrick Parish family. Elected terms are for three years.
See Parish Council Elections for more details and who to contact for further information.
An article in America Magazine explores the views of feminists on abortion throughout the modern history of feminism. The role and views of notable women such as Susan B. Anthony and Mary Shelley are highlighted in the engaging article.
Read the article (PDF).
The Christian Unity Octave occurs each year from January 18-25. This is a specific time each year we are encourage to pray for Christian unity. In a recent article in the Criterion, Father Rick gave some history and thoughts on the Octave. For a resource to be used to guide prayer during the Octave and throughout the year, you may view Prayer for Christian Unity – Daily Reflections 2015.