St. Patrick's Catholic Church

Hospitality, Prayer, Formation, Service

Welcome!Bienvenidos!

Welcome to St. Patrick’s Web Site.  We have a great parish family!  There are many opportunities for you to share in the life and ministry here at St. Patrick's Parish.  The various ministries require the participation and commitment of many dedicated members.  We invite you to steward your gifts by participating in one or more of these ministries.    

 

Everyone is called to be part of the mission at making Christ present to others.  It is our vocation and a privilege to be the arms, feet, eyes, ears and voice of Christ in the world.  It is easier to do when we work for and with one another.  Remember, by becoming involved you are the heart of our parish life. To learn more call the parish office, or click here to see our St. Patrick Parish Stewardship handbook.

 

NEWCOMERS
Welcome!  We do want to meet you.  Please stop by the parish office, 1039 14th Ave, to register. The office is open Monday thru Thursday 8-5 and Friday 8-12.
 

Bulletin

‚ÄčSt. Patrick's Mass Times
Saturday - 5:30pm
Sunday - 9:00am
Monday - No Mass
Tuesday - 5:15pm
Wednesday - 7:15am
Thursday - 7:15am
Friday - 7:15am
Holy Day Masses-
7:00 am & 6:00pm

Daily Masses are celebrated in the Eucharistic Chapel, please use the southwest entrance.
Note: When a funeral Mass is scheduled there will be no daily Mass. The Mass intention will be rescheduled.

*Please refer to the Bulletin for the current Mass Schedule

Nationwide Mass Times
(410) 676-6000 or click logo:

 

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Saturdays & Tuesdays 4:30 to 5:00pm - Other time by appointment

Evening Prayer
4:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday
Eucharistic Chapel, west end of church.
 
  ++Spanish Mass++_
5:00 p. m. Second Sunday of every Month.
Fr. Jose Chavez and Fr. Matthew Koperski will alternate as celebrants.
Potluck following mass.
 


Ash Wednesday, (Feb. 14) is a universal day of fast (one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal to a full meal) and abstinence (abstaining from meat). Because Ash Wednesday occurs this year on Valentin'e Day, there is a likelihood that we may forget the obligation not only to fast that day, but to abstain from meat, especially if plans include eating out. This obligation cannot be dispensed or moved to another day.

Mass times for Ash Wednesday:
7:00 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.


For more information on fasting and abstinence click on the cartoon.





For family and personal Lenten activities,
prayers and videos 
click here.

 

For the 5th year in a row!

HELPING HANDS FOOD PACKAGING EVENT will be 

Sunday, Feb. 25, 10:30 in the parish hall. For more information click on the CRS logo above AND 
register here
This is an event for the whole family! 

 

Register for Formed now!
Click on this link
www.sidneystpats.formed.org
Also, don't forget to download the phone app.
Enjoy!!


Would you like an opportunity to steward your time, share your talents and gifts?  We invite you to visit us at the parish office to learn more about how to become a
Catechist/Assistant!
To learn more or to sign-up click here!

Would like to register your child for Faith Formation on-line?  Click here!  To download and print out form
Click here!  Thank you!

 To fill out the Faith Formation Code of Conduct on-line. (only for 7th-11th Graders) Click here!  To download and print out Click here! 

 To view the Faith Formation Calendar 2017-2018 on-line.  Click here! To download and print out
Click here!

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 Come in for a virtual tour!

 

 

St. Patrick's Parish is a community empowered by the Spirit of God to love, serve, and welcome all to Christ. As a family of common faith, we encourage stewardship by living our baptismal call.

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Online Calendar
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