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We have many ways you can enter into the Season of Lent, Holy Week, and Easter. Check out our calendar of liturgies and events to help you know, love, and serve God more this season.  

Welcome to St. Patrick!

We’re glad that you are here! We seek to be a community of Christian Disciples in Mission who gather to hear the Word of God, feast at the table of the Lord, and be sent forth empowered by the Holy Spirit.

We are Christian Disciples in Mission

We walk together to deepen our relationship with God. We invite everyone to simply come and see what it means to follow Jesus Christ by living with a community of believers.

Matthew 25 Project

We are answering the call to Welcome the Stranger.

We are Living Beyond Sunday

Our Catholic faith is at it’s best when we encounter people with an openness to hear their stories, see God already working in their lives, and ,without judgement, invite them into a spiritual home.

We are Glad You are Here!

Being created by God means that one discovers they belong to God’s family. We do not see our Sacraments as a reward for good behavior, but rather as means for healing and nourishment for one on life’s long journey.

Connect through Podcasts

FEATURED PODCAST:

Matthew 25 Project:Fr. Sean Carroll, S.J., is the executive director of the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Mexico. He shared with us his experience and insight at our Civic Academy on February 28.

Featured Video

Fr. Kevin O’Brien, S.J. will be joining us the weekend of March 23 & 24 at all the Masses and will be giving a special presentation, “The Body of Christ is Broken: We Need You!” on the urgency of lay leadership in healing the church Monday, March 25, at 7:00 pm. Watch the video below to learn more about Fr. Kevin. 

Bishop Olmsted’s Homily on the Feast of St. Patrick

March 17, 2019 | Homily from the 10:30 am Mass Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted         At birth, my father was given the name Dale Willey. It wasn’t a name he liked. So, at the age of 20, when he decided to become a Catholic and be baptized, he seized the opportunity to take...

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Bishop Olmsted’s Homily on the Feast of St. Patrick

March 17, 2019 | Homily from the 10:30 am Mass Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted         At birth, my father was given the name Dale Willey. It wasn’t a name he liked. So, at the age of 20, when he decided to become a Catholic and be baptized, he seized the opportunity to take...

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