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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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We often get asked, “How long do we keep people’s names in the Prayers of the Faithful at Mass?” The short answer is, “It depends.”

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How do you celebrate Epiphany?

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

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In the months to come, the Catechumens and Candidates will be preparing for full initiation into the Catholic faith through Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation.

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Catechesis of the Good Shepherd classes are now forming for children ages 3 – 12+. This summer catechists around the country were busy with formation programming to prepare for new sessions in local atria.

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Let’s pray together on May 3, 2018 at 8:45 A.M. at Saint Patrick Catholic Church and celebrate May Crowning with an all school Mass.

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Religious Education wraps up as we approach the Easter season.  The faithful participation of all the families has been an inspiration for Saint Patrick Catholic Church & School.

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Holy Week is an important time for Christians throughout the world.

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Meet the Candidates and Catechumens and support them on their faith journey through prayer.

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