Sunday, March 29, 2020 at 4:20 PM
The offices are closed until further notice. Check the website, our Facebook page and download our MyParishApp to stay informed. Masses are recorded on YouTube and can be seen on the link below.
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COVID-19 Updates

LAST UPDATED MARCH 28, 2020

FOR ALL THE LATEST COVID-19 UPDATES FOR OUR PARISH PLEASE CHECK HERE, DOWNLOAD OUR PARISH APP AND CHECK FACEBOOK.  WE WILL POST AS OFTEN AS WE CAN.

 

Even though we are not having Mass, things to know:

THE OFFICES ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
The Church is open for anyone to come in and pray.
(Door closest to the Rectory Only, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M-F, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m Sat-Sun)

Mass Intentions will be offered in Msgr. Roger's private Masses daily.  We will be live streaming Sunday Mass at 10:30 a.m. beginning March 29th.  It will be available on YouTube and our Facebook group.

We are working on a Holy Week Schedule, so make sure you download our ParishApp, go to Facebook and YouTube for the latest information.

Confessions will be by appointment only.  Please call the rectory to schedule, if you feel you cannot wait until things are back to normal.

Can't go to confession during coronavirus, consider an 'act of perfect contrition'

Our parish app has all the information you need to know and more at your finger tips. Including Daily & Sunday Mass, the Bulletin, and Prayers. Please download asap.

Facebook is another way we are communicating.  Please join our Facebook page
(St. Patrich Catholic Church).

Our website also has a Covid-19 button which will take you directly to this page for the latest information.

 

Did You Know! Our Parish App offers

Streaming daily and Sunday Masses

Daily Readings

Prayers which include An Order of Worship if you are watching a streaming Mass, A Coronavirus Novena Prayer

A link to our Online Giving page. Even if you cannot be present, your tithing helps the parish keep going

A Message button to find out all the latest news or cancellations concerning our Parish.

A digital copy of our bulletin

 

St. Patrick Catholic Church

 

Our Bulletins are Digital and available on our website.   Click on the tab that says bulletin.  Msgr. Roger's letter to the parishioners, the Mass Intentions and people who have asked for prayers are listed there, as well as other useful information. Stay informed.

 
CANCELLATIONS

ALL MASSES

All parish ministries (Religious Education, Bible Study, RCIA, Confirmation, Men's Bible Study, Knights of Columbus, etc.) until further notice

Men's 1st Friday Mass & Breakfast
Adoration
Communal Penance Service
The Knights of Columbus Fish Fry
The Easter Egg Hunt

 
 

PRAYERS, PRAYER EVENTS AND OTHER THINGS TO GET YOU THROUGH UNTIL WE CAN RESUME REGULAR MASS

Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen

 

WHERE TO WATCH MASS ONLINE
There are many options for Mass Online.  Click the link above for a list of national Masses.

EWTN
Offers daily Mass, Sunday Mass, Adoration, Radio, News, TV and much more.  They also have a Facebook page.

Corpus Christi Cathedral
9:30 a.m. Sunday Mass

Divine Mercy Official
(Facebook)

Local Masses, Adoration, Prayers, etc. on Facebook

St. Patrick Church
(YouTube or Facebook)
10:30 a.m. Sundays

St. Thomas More Corpus Christi
Adoration - Wednesdays
12:45 p.m. Adoration
3 p.m. Divine Mercy
5:15 p.m. Rosary
7 p.m. Benediction
8 p.m. Benediction

Rosasry
5:15 p.m. Daily

Sunday Mass
10:30 a.m.

St. Pius X
8:15 a.m. Weekday Mass
10:00 a.m. Sunday Mass

Christ the King
12 p.m. Rosary

TIPS FOR VIEWING MASS AT HOME

MAKE YOUR TELEVISED OR ONLINE SUNDAY MASS A SPECIAL SUNDAY EXPERIENCE DURING THIS UNUSUAL TIME

1. Sit in chairs to help you & your family/friends (if others are present) engage in the Mass & to keep you from passively watching from the couch or recliner.

2. Get dressed as you normally would when attending Mass. Keeping this routine is especially helpful for children.

3. If you have holy water in your home, bless yourselves before & after watching the Mass.

4. Take a few moments of silence to prayerfully transition from the busyness of the home to the sanctity of the Mass.

5. Fully participate by standing, kneeling, sitting & responding as you normally would when physically attending the Mass.

6. Set a Crucifix or sacred art in the close proximity of TV or streaming device to assist in remaining focused.

7. Follow along with a missalete or lectionary when the Liturgy of the Word (readings) are taking place.

8. Light a candle to symbolize Christ, the light that shines in darkness, to help your home resemble the Church environment.

I LOOK FORWARD TO THE DAY WE CAN REUNITE AT THE TABLE OF THE LORD.

 
Articles to Read & Things Available to You

Why have Mass with Noone There

The Divine Mercy Official
Daily Mass, Prayers and articles, they also have a Facebook page.

Confession by phone, Skype or Emoji? Could it happen during Coronavirus Pandemic?

Formed.org is pulling together the best Catholic movies, children's programming, audio dramas and books, for a trusted and engaging entertainment alternative in support of a Catholic Lifestyle.  Msgr. Roger has purchased this for our parish so all you have to do is sign up and look for our parish.

The Magnificat
Dear MAGNIFICAT Family, During these difficult times, we all continue to look for ways to remain close to Jesus, his Blessed Mother, and his Church.
In addition to its online edition, MAGNIFICAT is now offering complimentary access to its iOS and Android Apps throughout May. To register for free access in English, visit www.magnificat.com/free. For free access in Spanish, visit and register at www.magnificat.com/gratis.
We are also happy to make available complimentary access to MagnifiKid. Visit www.magnifikid.com/free to view and download each weekly booklet of our colorful Sunday missalette for children ages 6 through 12. While so many children are missing formal religious instruction and are unable to attend Mass, MagnifiKid! can be their special guide, accompanying them through each week as they prepare to attend Mass or watch it at home.
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YouTube, the Holy Rosary

Dynamic Catholic has some great things for the whole family.

Decree of theApotolic Penitentiary on the granting of special indulgences to the faithful in the current pandemic

The Divine Mercy and Rosary are available daily on EWTN, Ascension and several catholic websites. 

The Stations of the Cross are available from Wordonfire.org.

Daily Catholic Wisdom is Catholic thoughts every morning from literary giants, beloved saints, and relevant voices from today.  They are 60 second reflections to get your day going.

Catholic Prayer, a FREE ebook

31 days of inspiration from 31 remarkable Catholic Women

Joseph Ratzinger on fasting from the Eucharist

Free eBook with Spiritual Wisdom from Mother Angelica Gain a Greater Appreciation and Understanding of the Seven Sacraments

Vatican updates  guidelines for Holy Week liturgies during coronavirus

Pope's Urbi et Orbi

Deal the Doorposts!

 

 

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