How do you double your Annual Catholic Appeal gift? Most companies have Matching Gift Programs— that is how. Many companies match the Annual Catholic Appeal. You can double your gift to the ACA in a few easy steps.

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The Holy Spirit was certainly moving through the parish on Pentecost Sunday.  During Pentecost weekend, we celebrated Pentecost of course with the Prayers of the Faithful read in different languages that repsrent our parish faith community, commissioned several Stephen Ministers from Saint Patrick Catholic and introduced one from Church of Saint Rita of Cascia, celebrated the Jesuit community that serves our parish graciously, especially the past three years and announced the name of our new pastor— Father David Mulholland and our new Parish Priest Father Ron Knudson.

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The first ever Saint Patrick Catholic Church & School Lazy Man Ironman kicked off May 5, 2018 and it is not for the lazy. This Ironman with a twist allows individuals, families, or teams to complete a legendary Ironman competition over a six-week period rather than a single day.

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Every so often we are asked why we don’t offer gluten-free hosts for communion. Although it would be wonderful to be able to do so, the Vatican has stated that hosts that are completely free of gluten are invalid matter for the celebration of the Eucharist. Hosts valid for consecration must be made with some degree of wheat.

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The church recognizes several civic occassions for the blessing of groups. Blessings provide an opportunity to see God’s extraordinary presence and are times to gather, share in fellowship and give God thanks and praise.
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Join us in a celebration of our Jesuit community and the priest that served us so graciously.

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A Saint Patrick Catholic Church we celebrate children.

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The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) Novena starts on April 14, 2018.

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The word liturgy defined actually means “the work of the people.” Our God wants us to actively participate, to be fully engaged in our prayers and responses, to be a part of this great mystery of our Mass.

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Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders in your community. Register today for this FREE training.
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