Mass & Sacrament Schedules
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:30 am & 11:00 am
(See Parish Calendar)
Monday - 5:00 pm
Tuesday and Wednesday 1:30 pm (School Days)
Mass at the Forum Retirement Home:
Thursday - 10:00 am
Saturday - 4:00 - 4:30 pm
Communal Reconciliation - Seasonal
At Masses on the last weekend of the Month (except in Lent and Advent)
Preparation required. See Parish Office for more information.
Anointing of the Sick
After Masses on Weekends - by prior arrangement
Communal Celebrations - Seasonal
See our Sacramental Preparation page for more information on other sacraments.
For a richer experience of Sunday worship, we encourage you to prepare for the Celebration of the Eucharist by reflecting on this Sunday’s Scripture readings. We are pleased to provide a link to the rich resources of the Center for Liturgy at Saint Louis University.
Weekly Holy Hour
Tuesday evenings in the Chapel from 5 to 10 p.m. and from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. on the FIRST FRIDAY of every month in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Things to do during Eucharistic Adoration:
- Pray the Psalms or the Liturgy of the Hours
- Recite the "Jesus Prayer"
- Meditate using Scripture
- Read the life of a saint and pray with him or her
- Pour out your heart to Christ and adore him
- Ask for forgiveness and intercede for others
- Pray the Rosary
- Sit quietly and just "be" in the presence of God
Building a Future of Hope Capital Campaign
Our parish mission states that, "We are the welcoming Catholic Community of St. Patrick, a beacon of Christ's love, where all ages support each other as we journey to a more intimate relationship with God." We grow in Christ by: Praising the Lord joyfully; embracing lifelong formation; building a vibrant community; and reaching out to those in need. We are committed to stewardship as a way of life.
We continue to live our parish mission, we look to the future with a sense of optimism about the growth of our community and our commitment to the stewardship way of life. As good stewards, we are now asked to expand our view and share in a 3 year campaign with our Archdiocese of Louisville to "Build a Future of Hope".
Building a Future of Hope Initiatives
Building a Future of Hope Sermons
Our Campaign Prayer
God our Father, we thank You for the seeds of faith planted here, from the waters of the Ohio, to the southern Appalachian hills.
We come as a diverse people before You, asking for courage and wisdom to do Your will.
May we honor our heritage by generously opening our hearts to continue the work of Your Son, Jesus. May we trust that the resources we offer will build a future of hope for all Your people.
We make our prayer through Jesus Christ, Your Son, who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God for ever and ever.
- Revised Roman Missal
- Ministry Schedules
- Liturgical Ministries
- Music Ministry
- Liturgical Environment
- Eucharistic Adoration Ministry