Who Are We?

Our Mission

ornament1We are a Catholic faith community … called together … to nurture the spiritual and liturgical needs of our community…

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Staff & Leadership

ornament1 Our parish staff is committed to welcoming and serving you wherever you may be on your faith journey.

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Sacrificial Giving

ornament1All that we have and all that we are is a gift from God. Stewardship of Treasure is one way we show our gratitude for these gifts — by returning a portion of them back to God.

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Small Groups

ornament1 With over 50 different volunteer and ministry groups, there is something for everyone. Come follow your passion.

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What's New?

  • Catholic Home Mission 2016

    The Catholic Home Missions Appeal is the weekend of February 13 – 14, 2016 at Saint Patrick Catholic Church. Many dioceses here in the United States do not have enough priests and trained lay ministers to serve their parishes. These dioceses are known as home missions.

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  • Alleluia- Why do we bury it?

    Throughout the liturgical year, the Catholic Church makes certain changes to the Mass to reflect the liturgical season. Next to the change in the color of the priest’s vestments, the absence of the Alleluia during Lent is probably the most obvious. There is a long standing tradition for suspending the use of Alleluia from Shrove Tuesday which is the day before Ash Wednesday until Easter Vigil.

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  • laudato Si

    Father Howell’s talk on January 31, 2016 to a crowd of over 100 people, was the first of a series of talks to get to know Pope Francis and what he is doing and how he is affecting catholic thought and culture.

    The second talk presented by Professor Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, the Director of the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture at Seattle University at 7 P.M. on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 in the Parish Center of Saint Patrick Catholic Church focuses on the Pope’s encyclical on the environment— Laudato Si.
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  • Come Home for Lent

    The Church is celebrating an extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy—a tenet of our faith that Pope Francis sees as one of the cornerstones of the Church. You are invited to celebrate the Jubilee Year of Mercy by living Lent more intensely.

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  • Scout Sunday 2016

    Reverence toward God is an integral part of the scouting experience.

    Cub Scout Pack 299 will honor twelve scouts who have worked with their parents through a spiritual journey to earn their Light of Christ medallions.

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  • Health Ministy News

    The Health Ministry is tranistioning Saint Patrick Catholic Church in to a “Blue Zone Parish” this year, where faith and wellness go hand in hand to assist each parishioner in becoming the whole person Christ intended them to be.

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  • Annulments

    Pope Francis has announced the Jubilee Year of Mercy which directs us to simplify strict and rigid rules and practices regarding annulments in order to bring us more meaningfully into the Church.

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  • Annoucement from Our Pastoral Coordinator-2

    “After 18 years of devoted service to our community, Mary Randall will retire this summer. We can’t begin to thank Mary enough for the many ways she has served our community over the years. Most recently Mary has served Saint Patrick Catholic Church as Pastoral Assistant for Liturgy, Pastoral Care, Funerals, Safe Environment, StrengthsFinders, and in countless other ways,” said Kevin Lovejoy, Pastoral Coordinator.

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