Prayer Requests

We Want to Pray for You

St. Patrick Catholic Church is a faith-filled community that’s committed to lifting up one another in prayer. Share your prayer intentions with us and we’ll lift up you and your loved ones in prayer. If you have an emergency prayer request, please call the parish office at 763-753-2011. Scroll down to learn more about the other ways you can share prayer intentions!

Emergency Prayer Request
Contact us if you or a loved one experiences an unexpected life event and our emergency prayer warriors will pray immediately for your intention (ex: My husband Dean just got into a car accident and is in critical condition). Call the parish office at 763-753-2011.

Prayer Chain – One Time Prayer Intention for a Specific Person
Send us a prayer intention for a specific person in your life and our warriors will lift them up in prayer. We will send out an email with your loved one’s name (first names only) and your specific intentions for them (ex: Please pray for my grandma Jean who is suffering from cancer). If you’d like to become a prayer warrior, contact Kristin Theis at ktheis@st-patricks.org

Divine Mercy Prayer Warriors – Prayers for the Passing on a Loved One
If a loved one has passed away, contact our Divine Mercy Prayer Warriors and they will pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. If you’d like to become a Divine Mercy Prayer Warrior, contact Kerri Rooney krooney@st-patricks.org

Ora Pro Nobis (Pray for Us) – Long-Term Prayer
Sign up to be included on this prayer list if you have a long-term prayer intention for someone who is sick or in need. This list is periodically published in our weekly bulletin/Nightingale and maintained by Cathy Mevissen who can be reached at cmevissen@st-patricks.org. Please include your phone number so we can follow-up with you!

Click Here to Share Your Prayer Request with Us!