Saint Patrick Catholic Church & School is filled with everyday saints who share their time, talent and treasure— by serving God and others throughout the year and especially during Advent, a season of giving to others out of the kindness of our hearts.

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On the evening of December 17 the final phase of preparation for Christmas begins with the first of the great “O Antiphons” of Advent.

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Gaudete Sunday or Joy Sunday marks the beginning of the third week in Advent.

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Every year people ask how they can help our parish as the year comes to a close. One of the most important ways to push forward our ministry to people is to sow a year-end financial gift. Advent is the perfect time of year to give a gift in honor of Jesus’s birth!

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Fully celebrate the holy days in Advent— St. Nicholas’ feast, the Immaculate Conception, the feast of St. Lucy and Our Lady of Guadalupe to name just a few.

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Advent is a wonderful time to celebrate the reconciling love and the healing graces our Lord offers us. Like all religious experiences, it takes preparation.

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December 3, 2017 marks the first Sunday of Advent, and the first Sunday of the new liturgical year. Advent is the time when we prepare for the coming of Christ. Advent and Christmas are very special times for Christians. These liturigical seasons are also extraordinary times for being welcoming, deepening our faith and evangelizing— our parish values. The Great Light of Jesus is our guide in our journey always.

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This year Saint Patrick Catholic Church is taking a more comprehensive Past-Present-Future approach to the Parish Annual Report that (1) looks at our 10 year historical trends; (2) assesses our current situation in light of Archbishop Sartain’s vision for the Seattle Archdiocese, and (3) provides a vision for the future direction of our parish in light of our past and present.

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In remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi’s love for all creatures, you and your pet are invited to a blessing of the animals on his feast day, October 4th at 3:45 P.M.

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