Parish Updates - April 3, 2020
But it will be very different.

We will do our best to stay connected - to God through our prayer and to one another praying together, Holy Week liturgies and staying in touch.

Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday . When Jesus entered Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, people took whatever branches they could find, cut them and spread them on the ground in front of Jesus. Normally everyone gets a palm branch at Church. Since we cannot give out palms, I invite you to cut some branches or palms from your yard and hang them on your front door. We have more ideas on how to celebrate Holy Week below and at our Home Church Sunday page.
When the COVID-19 crisis began, we established Neighborhood Groups. Each person in our parish should have received a call from their Neighborhood Group leader. If not, please email me . We will continue these calls in order to stay connected, share needs and blessings, and pray together. When we pray together and share our common hope in Christ Jesus, we grow strong together.
Join us for Mass this Sunday
Palm Sunday/ Domingo de Ramos
10am English
12:30pm Espanol
- Prepare - Participate - Process -
“Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them” (Mt 18:20). 
Each Sunday we are called to “keep holy the Sabbath” and although that may look different for right now we will still come together as a St. Patrick community through the gift of technology and we encourage you to spend this sabbath centering on God’s presence through worship, learning from the scriptures, praying, and just spending time in community.
Other opportunities for Family prayer with the parish
Holy Week Schedule
Palm Sunday Mass
  • 10am English
  • 12:30pm Espanol
Tuesday - Chrism Mass – live from the Cathedral
Holy Thursday – Mass of the Lord’s Supper
  • 7pm - bilingual
Good Friday
  • 6pm English
  • 7pm Espanol
Holy Saturday - Easter Vigil
  • 8:45pm – Bilingual
Easter Sunday
  • 8am English
  • 10am Spanish
* all liturgies are live streamed on facebook and on our website. They remain there so that you can watch them later in the day as well.

Family - The Domestic Church at Home

We found this easy to follow, open-and-go resource so you can lead your family in holy
and traditional activities at home during Holy Week. I have no doubt that together we will create some of the most powerful and memorable experiences your family has ever had. Thank you for cracking open this gift in your homes in hopes that Christ may crack open
his Holy Word in our hearts forever and ever, Amen!

7 Part Activity Packet to help you Walk Through Holy Week as a Family:

Holy Week Calendar for families with scriptures to look up each day!
We pray for health, peace, and a Blessed Holy Week for all of you.
used with permission from the Catholic Crate Team
If you have not received a call from someone at the parish, please email and give us your name, email and/or phone number.