Monday, April 21st

Rosary • 6:30am
Mass • 7:00am
Divine Mercy Novena • 7:30am
Mothers of Faith • 9:00am
Called & Gifted 1 • 6:00pm
Spanish Bible Study • 6:30pm
Fostering Hope • 7:00pm
Tuesday, April 22nd

Rosary • 6:30am
Mass • 7:00am
Tuesday Morning Breakfast Group • 7:30am
Divine Mercy Novena • 7:30am
Grief Support Group • 9:30am
English As A 2nd Language • 11:30am
Bunco • 1:00pm
Religious Freedom Rosary • 3:00pm
RCIA • 6:30pm
Boy Scouts • 7:00pm
Choir Rehearsal • 7:00pm
Wednesday, April 23rd

Rosary • 6:30am
Mass • 7:00am
Divine Mercy Novena • 7:30am
Kids & Company • 9:30am
Share the Word • 9:30am
Divine Mercy Prayer • 3:00pm
Emerald SIngers • 4:15pm
Trinity Singers • 5:00pm
Ladies Auxiliary • 6:30pm
Knights of Columbus • 6:30pm
Spanish Choir Rehearsal • 6:30pm
Thursday, April 24th

Rosary • 6:30am
Mass • 7:00am
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament • 7:30am - 7:00pm
Divine Mercy Novena • 7:30am
English As A 2nd Language • 11:30am
Love To Learn • 6:00pm
Pastoral Council/Servant Leader Meeting • 6:00pm
Centering Prayer • 6:30pm
Friday, April 25th

Rosary • 6:30am
Mass • 7:00am
Divine Mercy Novena • 7:30am
Food Pantry • 4:00pm
Cub Scouts Tigers • 4:30pm
Cub Scouts Den 4 • 5:00pm
Girl Scouts • 6:30pm
Spanish Prayer Group • 6:30pm
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SYMBOLON is a program now available to everyone in the parish to learn more about our Catholic faith.  The Greek word “Symbolon” refers to an ancient clay tablet (like a cookie) that was broken and given to two individuals as a sign of recognition.  Later when they met and matched the two pieces they were certain of their relationship with each other.  The Church Fathers called the Creed a “Symbolon” because it ensured that their faith matched the teaching of Jesus and the faith of the apostles.

The SYMBOLON program consists of two parts.  One teaches the key doctrines of faith using beautiful videos and supporting material featuring respected Catholic scholars and teachers.  The other breaks open the Scriptures read at Sunday and weekday Masses with video and audio reflections that explain their context and meaning.  Both parts are useful for individuals, families, and small faith sharing groups to delve into the Scriptures and teachings of the Catholic faith and to enrich participation in the Liturgy of the Mass.

Father Larry is excited about the program and sees it as a way for the St Patrick family to grow more closely together as we learn our Catholic faith more deeply, and pray and live it out together.


Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday:

April 17th at 7:00pm

Adoration is from 8pm to midnight in the Fitzpatrick Hall

Good Friday:

April 18th at 7:00pm

Stations begin at 3pm in the Sanctuary

Easter Vigil:

April 19th at 8:00pm

Easter Sunday:

6:15am - 7:45am - 9:30am - 11:30am

No Sunday 5:00pm Mass!


Operation Renovation Update!

Operation Renovation is going great!  Donations totaling $98,000 have been received since we kicked off the last week of February.  290 households have participated, either by pledging or donating, and 50 donations totaling $62,000 will be matched by the parish.  Total cash raised for this project is $160,000.

 Additional pledges in the amount of $66,000 have been received.  If all remaining pledges are honored, 53 more pledged donations totaling $62,000 will be matched for a grand total of $288,000.  Parishioners share of costs: $164k/Parish share: $124k. The largest pledge is $5k, the smallest is $2.  Average donation is $337.  Average pledge is $565.   All amounts are needed, all amounts are welcome!

 We are waiting for approval from the Diocese to go out for hard bids.  Because our financial position is very strong, no objection is anticipated. The preliminary goal, pending bids, for the entire project is $600,000.  Better estimates will be available when bids come back in late April or early May, and then we’ll use value engineering to get the most benefit for the dollars available, and make the necessary cuts.

 This is a great intermediate project.  Not too large, but with so many good things rolled in!  Air conditioning in the fellowship hall, a larger and more modern nursery with designed safety measures, a modern kitchen, a patio and playground for the children.  The parish community, of which we all are members, will be invigorated from this project for many years to come!  Please get your pledges in during April.  You can pay over the rest of the year, but pledges coming in this month will help decide how much support is available, and what parts of the project will need to be postponed.  Our goal is 100% participation.  If every household gave $250 to this project, we’d have all the money we need.  Of course, contributions/pledges of $1000 are even more helpful because they are doubled by the parish!


Lenten Schedule

Fridays During Lent

 April 4 Evening Prayer – 5:30 p.m., Soup Supper– 6:00 p.m.,

 Stations of the Cross (by Youth Group) – 7:00 p.m.

April 11 Evening Prayer – 5:30 p.m., Fish Fry– 6:00 p.m.,

Stations of the Cross – 7:00 p.m.

April 18 (Good Friday) Stations of the Cross - 3:00 p.m.

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