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Holy Week at St. Patrick

Holy Thursday: 7:00 pm - Mass of the Lord’s Supper (adoration until 10:00 pm in Deery Library)

Good Friday: Noon - Ecumenical Procession of the Cross (meet at Overman Park)  5:15 pm - Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

Holy Saturday and Easter Vigil: 8:00 pm - Easter Vigil.

Easter Sunday: Masses at 8:00 am & 10:00 am (in both Church AND Gymnasium).

Collectibles Auction

Mark your calendars and search your attics! On Tuesday, April 22, we will serve a light supper (free will offering) at 5:30 pm and have a "Collectibles Auctions" at 6:30 pm in the Parish Commons and Gym.  Auction items donated will be tax deductible. Check out our Facebook page for pictures of the items to be offered, or click here! 

Mass Schedule

 Saturday  5:00
 Sunday     7:30
 Sunday  9:30
 Sunday   11:30
Check the Bulletin for Weekday Mass Schedule


Local Mass Schedules


Saturday: 3:45-4:30 pm 

(anytime by appointment)


Our Mission

We, the people of St. Patrick Parish, are a faith community sharing ministry and service. We are formed by the Word of God and empowered through prayer, Eucharist, and the other sacraments. We evangelize through example, education and ecumenism. We reverence families of all ages and life circumstances. We will, through responsible stewardship, ensure our ability to continue the mission entrusted to us by Jesus Christ.

St. Patrick Garage Sale
St. Patrick Annual Garage Sale 2014

Thursday, May 1    5:30 - 8 pm

Friday, May 2         9 am - 6 pm

Saturday, May 3     10 am Auction of all remaining garage sale items  As always items galore, priced to sell!

Not too late to donate clothing and household items that are in good condition but no items received after Friday, April 18th.  Donations can be brought to St. Patrick Parish Center or call 266-3523 to have them picked up.  Donations are tax deductible. 

Thank you! 
Parish News
Evacuation Plan
Please take time to review our evacuation plan. In case of a fire, or bad weather, YOU will know what to do! We also have a training session every spring for those who are willing to help us implement the plan if ever needed. Questions? Please contact Regena Huffman during business hours at 319-266-3523. read more ...

Legacy Society
St. Patrick is pleased to announce the "Legacy Society", a plan to provide for the needs of the parish and school well into the future! You can become a member simply by leaving a deferred gift of $5,000 or more to the St. Patrick Legacy Society. For more information, please contact Regena Huffman, Parish Business Administrator at  319-266-3523 during business hours, or click on the following link to download a document to answer your questions. read more ...

St. Patrick Project Board

The Finance and Administration Committee thought this would be an easy way to keep parishioners informed of needs around the St. Patrick campus! The board is on display in the Atrium before and after Mass. We will try to keep projects that those of you with some “handy” skills might be interested in assisting with completing, or perhaps you would be able to donate funds to complete a project. As projects are completed, we will note that with a banner across the request. We will also place new projects up as needs arise so be sure to “check it out” by clicking on "read more" below! Questions? Please contact Regena at 266-3523 or

read more ...
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For further assistance or any questions, please call the Parish office at 266-3523 or send an email to
All of Creation
Buy Fresh / Buy LocalFair trade products, such as coffee and tea, are grown, harvested and sold by cooperatives of families who earn their living this way. Why not look for other available fair trade products, such as bananas, chocolate, honey, orange juice, pineapple, rice, sugar, and many others. Also, shop at your local farmer’s markets for locally grown produce, flowers and home made items. 
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