The Domestic Church

The Catholic Church teaches that the family is the "Domestic Church." It is the first place where children learn the faith- by the words and example of their parents. Our faith is lived daily, and is not confined to the church building. 

Reflect on the Word of God

Before participating in the celebration of Mass, take time to meditate on the Scripture readings that will be proclaimed. Visit the US Catholic Bishops' website: and click on the calendar of daily readings. You can also use the following resources which include the daily readings, prayers, reflections and more:

Devotions at St. Patrick's


Every 2nd Monday of the Month

6:30 to 7:30 pm


The Marian Cenacle group meets every Wednesday at 6:30pm. 

*Summer: weather permitting we pray in the Mary Garden 

Parishioners also sometimes gather informally after the 11am Wednesday Mass in a Cry Room to pray the Rosary together.

Televised/Online Mass Schedule for the Homebound

Spiritual Communion

For the Homebound or those unable to receive Holy Communion:  

When Holy Communion is distributed during Mass, pray the following prayer:

Liturgy of the Hours/Divine Office

Don't know anything about this devotion?  Fr Jeremy Driscoll, OSB explains in this video. This form of prayer sanctifies our day and makes every moment an offering to God.  All the faithful are encouraged to pray the Divine Office.  Use iBreviary for the prayers of the day.

Nourish Your Spiritual Life

FORMED- Catholic movies, study programs, audio and ebooks for adults and kids. The parish communities of St. Patrick's & St. James have a joint subscription to Formed for our parishioners. Click here for instructions on how to sign-up.

St. Paul Center- Bible studies, audio & video presentations, books

Ascension Presents- From Catholic Publisher, Ascension Press, short videos from Catholic presenters on a variety of faith topics.

Word on Fire- Bishop Robert Barron, of the Catholicism Series, has a new film series out: The Sacraments.

The Augustine Institute exists to help you and your loved ones better understand, live and share your faith. 

Lighthouse Catholic Media- multi-media resources to help Catholics understand, live, and share their faith 


A new app from the creators of Formed. The Amen app is the free Catholic prayer app that inspires your daily conversation with God through faithful meditations and nourishing Scripture. Please enjoy this latest offering from the Augustine Institute. Available on Google Play and The App Store.

Stress or Family Difficulties?

The Office of Family Life recommends They are offering Tele-Counseling.

St. Luke's Institute offers resources for mental & spiritual health.