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Renovation Update  9/17/14

Parish Education Center  As you can see the exterior shell of the new addition is taking shape. Exterior wall and roof framing is the process of being completed. The interior concrete floors and new concrete entrance steps are now in place.  Inside the school work on the elevator is working toward completion.


Church South Narthex Addition  This past week the concrete floor topping over the precast floor structure of the upper level of the addition was installed which will allow for the start of the new exterior masonry wall installation. In the basement of the church one of the three wall openings connecting the existing building and the new addition is in place and work on the larger middle opening has started. Please continue to try to avoid the use of the south basement restrooms and southwest stair tower as your entrance into the church until these openings are created. The southwest stairway out of the church will remain open from the interior as a fire exit and should be used only in the event of an emergency.


Watch Father Colter's information video for details on the project and how you can help. Need a new brochure or pledge card? Print them here:  Brochure    Pledge Card

Many thanks to those who have returned their pledge cards.

Check our Facebook Page (below right) and the School Facebook Page for photos of the progress.

  
Mass Schedule

 Saturday  5:00
 Sunday     7:30
 Sunday  9:30
 Sunday   11:30

Check the Bulletin for Weekday Mass Schedule. 

Local Mass Schedules

 

  
Reconciliation

 

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 Catholic School
Kindergarten - Grade 8
615 Washington Street


Clover Patch Preschool 
Ages 3-5
802 Main Street
  
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Faith Formation & Youth Ministry

Archdiocesan Youth Rally for Teens
Sunday, November 2, 2014, 9:30 am
Five Sullivan Bros. Convention Center, Waterloo
Let's have the largest group there! Visit the Archdiocese of Dubuque website for more information. If you have any questions, contact Yvette Anderson at yanderson@saintpatrick.org. 

ONLINE REGISTRATION for Faith Formation

Printable calendars for 2014-2015:
Grades K-6   Grades 7-9   
Grades 10-12 

NEW: The 7-12 Faith Formation tab in the menu bar above will now take you directly to the Youth Ministry website.

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 or click the following link to download a document. read more ...

Evacuation Plan
Please take time to review our evacuation plan. In case of 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 at 319-266-3523. read more ...
  
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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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