Sacraments, Mass & Devotions

The whole liturgical life of the Church revolves around the Eucharistic sacrifice and the Sacraments (CCC # 1113). The Sacraments celebrated by the Church are signs of grace that make a deeper reality present to us. One reality we encounter through the sacraments is Christ's presence in the community, His Body. This recognition of Christ's presence should lead to a stronger awareness of being sent on mission to engage in love-inspired action in the world.
 
For more information on the celebration of the Sacraments here at St. Patrick's, click on the links below. To learn more about the Sacraments, visit usccb.org and our Spiritual Growth page.
  •                Baptism                  Confirmation 
  •                Holy Eucharist        Holy Matrimony
  •                Reconciliation         Anointing of the Sick              
  •                                 Holy Orders
  • Weekly Schedule:

    Saturday:
        4:15 pm Reconciliation
        5:00 pm Vigil Mass

    Sunday:
        8:00 am Mass 
    Recitation of the Rosary following 8 AM Mass (in the Crying Room)
        10:30 am Mass
    Monday:
        11:00 am Mass*
    Wednesday:
        Recitation of the Rosary 
        6:30 pm Winter/ 7:00 pm Summer
    Friday:
         10:15 am- First Fridays- Rosary
         11:00 am Mass*
      *Please note that when Chittenango Central Schools are closed due to weather there will be no daily Mass.


    Lenten Weekly Schedule:
    Saturday:
        4:15 pm Reconciliation
        5:00 pm Vigil Mass

    Sunday:
        8:00 am Mass 
    Recitation of the Rosary following 8 AM Mass (in the Crying Room)
        10:30 am Mass
    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament following 10:30 am Mass (in Adoration Chapel-rear of church; until 12:30pm)
    Monday:
        11:00 am Mass
    Wednesday:
        6:00 pm Mass followed by Potluck Supper in Parish Center with speaker
       6:30 pm Recitation of the Rosary 
    Friday:
        10:15 am- First Fridays- Rosary
        11:00 am Mass followed by Stations of the Cross