Welcome to St. Patrick!

We hope that you and your family are getting through these uncertain times safely and with good health. It is in times like these that our Catholic faith and prayer are needed more than ever and we are so grateful to be able to have so many ways to connect as a faith community. We are especially grateful to be able to welcome you back to in-person Mass!

Being in the presence of our Lord and participating in the Sacrament of Eucharist is such an important part of our faith and it is such a blessing to be able to offer in-person Mass again. Your safety and wellbeing are our top priority as we invite you back with heightened safety measures in place. If you are not able to come back to weekend Mass at this time because of health concerns, please consider coming to a weekday Mass, Rosary or Holy Hour, as there are more opportunities for social distancing at those times. 

We hope to see you soon!

Office Hours

Parish Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
9:00am - 2:00pm

In-Person Mass Guidelines

We are so grateful to be able to have in-person Mass once again. Receiving the Eucharist is such an important part of our Catholic faith and we are truly blessed to be able to come together to celebrate Mass as a faith community again.

In order to ensure that we continue to be able to gather for Mass, we MUST comply with the regulations in place. Please click here to read our social distancing guidelines to ensure a safe return for all. While we are doing everything we can to ensure your safety, if you are someone who is in a high risk group, you are welcome to join us for vitual Mass during this time. We hope to see you soon. 

Mass Times

Monday: 8:00 am
Tuesday: 11:00 am
Wednesday: 8:00 am
Thursday: 8:00 am
Friday (non-school days) - 8:00 am
Friday (school days) - 8:30 am
Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00 am, 12 pm

Virtual Masses

We understand that not everyone is comfortable with returning to Mass at this time. Even when we are unable to attend Mass in-person, there is no reason to miss Mass entirely because we have been blessed with technology. You can participate in Mass anytime by visiting our YouTube channel or Facebook page. Staying connected to our Catholic faith is always important and brings us strength and hope in times of uncertainty. 

You can access our virtual Masses by clicking the link below:

Saturday at 5:00pm on YouTube 

Sunday at 10:00am on Facebook

You can also find live-stream Masses from the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament by clicking here. 

Online Giving

The St. Patrick Parish Online Giving Program allows you to make contributions to our church without writing checks or worrying about cash donations. 


Pray for the Faithful Departed

As we begin the month of November, we invite you to join with us in prayer for our former parishioners, as well as for our own beloved family members and friends who have passed beyond this life, that they may know the eternal peace and joy of being with the Lord. 

You are invited to join us on November 2 at 8:00am and 7:00pm as we celebrate the Feast of the Faithful Departed and pray for those St. Patrick parishioners who have passed on since November 2019. Please join us in prayer for:

Katherine Stellini Mary Ellen Slivinski Sylvia Kramp Karen Darga
John Pilarski Lottchen Heimann Barbara Schimp Fr. John O'Keefe
Shirley Jackson Mary Boland Don Bednard Walter Blankertz
Stella Lojek Alice Cork Thomas Ciesicki Franco Orsucci
Ernest "Jack" Wilkins Beverly Hughes Fleming Ines Woloson Mary Beth Zacharias
Sally Hannan Connie Marotta Barbara Whitehead Nancy Shaughnessy
Riley James Frush Kathleen Strand Dr. Steven Habbel William Korthas
Roy "Bob" Thomas Lous Melfi Darryl Sanders Eleanor Reno
Thomas Kurzawa Jeanette Guckian Carmella Garafalo Mary Ellen Watkins
Margaret Godfrey Victoria Jozwiak Jill Mayrand  

Jesus, dear Savior, on this day we prayerfully remember all our loved ones who have died. Please give them comfort and hope and may they be at peace, knowing that they will rest in God's arms eternally. Thank you for our memories of them and for the good times we shared. We ask You, please, through thier intercession, to deepen our faith, strengthen our hope and increase our love that we, too, my someday stand before You, ready to enter Your Holy Kingdom. Amen.

Welcome to Our New Parishioners

We would like to offer a warm welcome to all of our new parishioners! We are so glad that you have chosen St. Patrick as your home away from home. 

Mr. Carl Borg The Flory Family The Fox Family 
The Genslak Family  Mr. Doug Hanson The Hett Family
The Kidwell Family The Kwiatkowski Family The Kudinger Family
The LaBarre Family The Mesh Family The Mullin Family
The O'Meara Family The Pollum Family The Rose Family
The Slusarski Family The Vanderworp Family The Woodman Family
The Womack Family    

Angel Haven Shoe Box Project

If you are looking for a fall family project to help others, please consider participaing in the Angel Haven Shoe Box Project! This is a great project to do as a family because each member can create a box designed to help someone just like themselves. You can make life a little brighter for another family this holiday season!

Weekly Rosary

Join us every Wednesday at 7:00pm to pray the Rosary! The Rosary is such a powerful tool in our Catholic prayer life. If you are new to praying the Rosary, you can learn more by clicking here. We hope you can join us at St. Patrick for this community prayer. However, if you are unable to attend this special event in-person, please join us for the livestream on our Facebook page by clicking here.

Holy Hour

Join us on the first Friday of each month for Holy Hour and Benediction at 7:00pm. You won't want to miss this wonderful opportunity to spend time in prayer, meditation and reflection in the presence of our Lord. If you are unable to attend this special event in-person, please join us for the livestream on our Facebook page by clicking here

Bible Study

Fall Bible Studies open now! Please go to our Bible Studies page for more information.

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Holiday Raffle

Dash for Holiday Cash Raffle

Tickets are only $10!! Don't miss your chance to win some extra cash for this coming holiday season. With 10 chances to win and prizes up to $3,000, this is an opportunity to spread good cheer and maybe get some in return. The drawing is set to take place November 21 and all proceeds will benefit the many good works of our St. Patrick Knights of Columbus. Stop by the parish office to get your tickets today!

Thank You

Thank you to all of the parishioners who have participated in giving to the Catholic Services Appeal. We know that this year has been uniquely challenging and we are so incredibly grateful to everyone who has helped our parish and our larger Catholic faith community with your contributions and prayers. If you haven't been able to contribute due to financial hardship, your continued prayers for are deeply appreciated as well. We would like to acknowledge those who have so generosly given to the CSA: 

Myron & Mary Ellen Archambeau Kenneth & Kathy Bark Ernest & Melissa Bastian
Jean Bazela Eileen Bednard Leonard & Carol Behr
Michael & Jo Ellen Bennett Joseph & Deann Brzezinski Michael & Silvia Collins
Donald & Marcia Detter Michael & Faith Dickmeyer Kevin & Amanda Erickson
Simon & Pamela Fiani Jo Ellen Gerbeck Howard & Beverly Gouzwaard
Cheryl Holling Marilyn Hooker Ulrich & Maralynn Keil
Matthew Knedgen Joseph & Jill Koterba Les Langlois
Timothy & Margaret Loula Charles & Nancy Neville John & Sheila O'Meara
Maria Pasquali Peter & Karen Piccinato John & Susan Rees
Donald K. & Margaret Serafin Timothy & Terese Touhey Stephen & Lisa Williams
Robert Armstrong David & Kathryn Butler Rosemary Coraci
Sharman Cross Robert & Cheri Delyon Dennis & Kitty Dobritt
Patrick & Therese Dohaney Robert & Colleen Fadool Joseph & Velma Kazakevicius
Bonnie Keib Frank & Patricia Mackowiak Richard & Pamela MacLean
Sharon Mattison Patricia Mayers Nick & Molly Oosting
John K. & Barbara Pilkiewicz James Sheehan Tim & Marian Sheridan
John & Irene Szuba Brian & Janice Thornton James & Cheryl Auger
Robert & Diane Barnett Corey & Anna Beck Patrick & Julie Cavanaugh
Donald & Virginia Cenkner Charles & Melissa Christ Carol Dombkowski
Nick & Andrea Donovan Michael & Carol Dorcey Ann Dyer
Jack & Marianne Erickson Patrick & Utani Fader Michael Forrest
Joseph & Susan Giacalone Robert Houck James & Tina Howie
Robert & Judith Kaminski Alan Kovacic Gary & Diane Lalicki
John & Kathleen Levinson Vito & Helen Marchese Dale & Mary Ellen Mathie
Norman & Debra Newberger John & Terri O'Toole Gerald & Lou Ann Parka
David & Patricia Seidl Matthew & Emily Shewell Teresa Sullivan
Scott & Michele Weickel Larry & Camella West Reed & Joanne Altenburg
Kurt & Gail Casebolt Marion Christian Robert & Heather Doyon
Michael English Michael & Diana Fahey Gregory & Anne Finn
Mark & Carolyn Friend Steven & Marilyn Haar Laura Kenney
Theresa Klein Lawrence & Lynne Krajewski Barbara Miller
Jim Minnebo Marilyn Orlando Patrick & Vicki Mitchell
Bernard & Gloria Render Richard & Sharon Rzeppa Keith & Christine Applebee
John & Kathleen Bak Geri Batt David Becker
Jon & Patricia Bond Peter & Ann Bonde Carl & Josephine Borg
Robert & Theresa Brady Jeff & Karen Brandenburg Sandy Campanaro
Charles & Melissa Christ Mike & Christine Christiansen Gary & Connie Cook
Jody & Amy Crossfield Matthew & Julie Czmer Susan Danhausen
Jason & Jenette Davis Gary Dirker Jere Dirker
Barbara Dmoch Eric & Christine Fenske John & Jennifer Fitzgerald
Carl & Kimberly Fuhs Joseph & Debra Gibson Thomas & Nadine Goulding
Karen Hill Roger & Karen Lattrel Dennis & Kathryn Letang
Anthony & Grace Madaffer James & Pamela Marx Richard & Christine McCann
Blanche Newton Margaret Nichols Shirley O'Kelly
Anthony & Joanne Peruske Thomas & Megan Howie David & Lynda Hudson
Dennis & Kathryn Johnson Aaron & Ruth Kaleniecki Michael & Sharon Kalinowski
Stephen & Rene Kubiak Michael & Lisa Powaser Carol Rich
Russell & Deborah Richards Carl & Karen Rimatzki Sharon Sanderson
Robert & Karen Schmitt Christopher & Patricia Szwed Lawrence & Maureen Wall
Judy Whitlock Gary & Pamela Wietecha Ralph & Denise Woznick
Arthur & Bethany Zelinsky    

Catholic Services Appeal

Here in our Archdiocese, each of us in invited to help support the   ongoing ministries of the Church beyond our own parish of St. Patrick. This year is no exception. Because of the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, Archbishop Vigneron moved the annual Catholic Services Appeal from last Spring to this September 2020. We have been told that the Archdiocese has cut their staff and other personnel expensed by 45%. Everyone is being asked to help deal with the serious financial difficulties of our Church of Detroit because of COVID-19.

As in the past years, we are now recommneding that every parish family consider an annual contribution of $300.00 over ten months, i.e., a down payment of $30.00 and an additional $30.00 for the remaining nine months for this year's Catholic Services Appeal. We are asking for "equal sacrifice-not necessarily an equal gift".

Any CSA contribution in excess of our CSA target-which is lower than last year-will remain in our parish for our own needs. This year, this could really help our parish, as our loss of weekly offertory income is about 22 percent. Know that you and all of our parishioners are in our prayers. May we continue to pray for and to support one another in these difficult times.

I am praying that the Lord will bless you abundantly for your personal sacrifice and generous response. May the Lord bless you for your willingness to offer your fair share in assisting in our 2020 Archdiocean CSA Appeal.

Sincerely Yours in Christ,

Rev. Thomas L. Meagher, Pastor

Please click here to give today. 

Take the Pledge for Civility

As Catholics, we are disciples of Christ and as such are called to love one another. There were no exceptions for election years and it seems that many have forgotten that to love others is far more important than any political issue. The Michigan Catholic Confrence has challenged us to bring civility back this election season and remember our compassion even in disagreement with others.

We hope you will join us in taking this pledge as well. 

I pledge civility.

To recognize the human dignity of those with whom I disagree, treat others with respect, and rise above attacks when directed at me.

I pledge clarity.

To root my political viewpoints in the Gospel and a well-formed conscience, which involves prayer, conversation, study and listening. I will stand up for my convictions and speak out when I witness language that disparages others’ dignity, while also listening and seeking to understand others’ experiences.

I pledge compassion.

To encounter others with a tone and posture which affirms that I honor the dignity of others and invites others to do the same. I will presume others’ best intentions and listen to their stories with empathy. I will strive to understand before seeking to be understood.

Add your name to the pledge by clicking here.



We are so fortunate to be able to participate in the election process to ensure that those representing our communities are advocating for the values we as Christians hold dear. You can read more about the issues and candidates in the September issue of "Focus" by clicking here

Religious Education

St. Patrick Catholic Church is committed to faith formation for all children and adults in our Catholic community. During these very unusual times, we as a Church have been challenged in so many ways. The health and well-being of our Parishioners is at the forefront of our concerns and we are praying for our community daily. 

As we embark on the new school year, the COVID-19 pandemic is causing a shift in our planning and the execution of our Religious Education programs. After much prayer, consultation and conversation with all of the concerned parties, we have made decisions for the upcoming 2020-2021 year regarding all of our Faith Formation/Religious Education programs. 

The format for our 2020-2021 religious education programs will be an at home structure  for most children this year to ensure the safety of both our religious education students and the students at St. Patrick Catholic School. Please click here for details.




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Parishioner Email List Update

We are updating our parishioner email list and we need your help!

Please click HERE to update your email address! 

Thank you and God Bless!


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