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!
The St. Patrick Parish Online Giving Program allows you to make contributions to our church without writing checks or worrying about cash donations.
A lot of things may have changed this year, but we know that your desire to share your blessings with others isn't one of them. Each year at this time, our parishioners are usually greeted by "Giving Trees" where you would take a tag (or a few) and help brighten the lives of others at Christmas. In an effort to limit congrating in the vestibule, we will be doing a Virtual Giving Tree this year. We are asking for gift cards in order to limit the number of people handling the gifts.
This is such a wonderful opportunity to give to other local families, those living in adult foster homes, youth in correctional facilities and more. There are so many people who could use a little extra hope and love this Christmas. Please consider giving by clicking the SignUp Genius link below. The deadline for gifts is December 1, 2020. Thank you and God Bless you. You can also find a list of other items needed by clicking here.
Calling all children ages 5-14! We need your help to inspire the rest of our community by creating a poster of how you and your family like to keep Jesus Christ the center of your celebration! Your creation will be displayed during our Christmas Mass celebrations, on our website and across our social media platforms. You can find more information here or you can submit your creation here.
You are invited to Reconciliation every Saturday during Advent from 10:30am-12:00pm. We are doing Reconciliation in larger rooms to ensure there is room for social distancing. Please consider coming in for this important Sacrament.
Join us on the first Friday of each month for Holy Hour and Benediction at 7:00pm with Father Susai. 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.
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 and events by clicking the links below:
You can also find live-stream Masses from the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament by clicking here.
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.
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.
We would love to pray with you for your personal intentions. If you have a personal prayer you would like to pray privately with a staff member or volunteer, you can make that request as well. You are never alone.
"For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them." ~Matthew 18:20
Fall Bible Studies open now! Please go to our Bible Studies page for more information.
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!
Contact our principal, Jeremy Clark for further information at [email protected] or 248-698-3240.
Will you join the movement?
Don't forget, your FORMED account is FREE! Click HERE to register!