Prayer / Sacraments
Sacraments and Prayer are essential to the Christian life, and as such, they are an invaluable part of what we do here at St Patrick. The sacraments are “visible signs of invisible grace,” grace that enables the us to live according to God’s will. The sacraments were instituted by Christ Himself and have been part of our Church since the early apostles.
Prayer allows us to grow in union with God and glorify Him in worship. While there are many forms of prayer, all authentic prayer draws us closer to God and into a personal relationship with our Savior. We will soon be announcing a series called “Teach Us To Pray” as part of our Vision 2020 strategic plan.
Further information on the sacraments and prayer at St Patrick can be found below.
Novena for a Rebirth of Chastity and Purity
RCIA – Becoming Catholic or Completing the Sacraments of Initiation
Program runs October - Easter and meets Sunday mornings from 9-10:30am.
Funeral/Mass of Christian Burial
When a loved one has died, contact the parish office at (763) 753-2011
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Immediately following all Weekend Masses
To begin preparing for Baptism, please call the parish office at (763) 753-2011
Tuesday 6:15 PM (September-May)
Wednesday Thursday, and Friday at 8:00 AM
Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM & 11:00 AM
Tuesday 5:30 PM (September-May)
Saturday 3:30 PM
And by appointment
Sunday 6:00 PM - Friday 8:00 AM
30 minutes before ALL Masses
Confirmation completes what is begun in baptism, through the gift of the Holy Spirit, and a person becomes a full member of the Catholic Church.
For further information about discerning your vocation and Holy Orders/Consecrated Life contact the parish office at (763) 753-2011
To begin preparing for marriage, please call the parish office at (763) 753-2011
Anointing of the Sick
When a Catholic is facing serious illness or is in danger of death, please call 763.753.2011