Due to our current circumstances, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to gather as a community for prayer. We want to give you all the tools you need to grow in holiness from the comfort of your home. Check back here frequently for new suggestions and resources!
EWTN – For the best Catholic News visit EWTN on your local cable or satellite channel or online.
Gospel Dive-In – Want to really understand the depths of Sunday’s Gospel reading? Enjoy this Podcast!
Family Resources – The Archdiocese of Saint Paul & Minneapolis offers a variety of resources to help you and your family continue to grow and connect with your faith.
Formed.org – is an online, extensive resource subscription available to our parishioners for free that offers a variety of avenues for all walks of life from studies to books to videos. Click here to get started or sign in!
Homilies – Sunday homilies from Bishop Robert Barron at Word on Fire.
Download the “Laudate” App – This FREE App for your cell phone, tablet, or iPad will allow you to access Daily Readings, Liturgy of the Hours, Stations of the Cross, and more. Click here to learn more!
Life in the Spirit – Sunday, May 24th – 31st (Pentecost – this birthday of the Church and the day God sent His Spirit to dwell with us) we have the opportunity to participate in an online Life in the Spirit Seminar for FREE!! Each day consists of praise and worship, a testimony and a presentation that will be live-streamed. If you miss a day, you can always view it at your convenience – it’s the perfect scenario. This Seminar will refresh our soul and help us to better understand how to cooperate with the promptings of the Holy Spirit so to better utilize our unique gifts to fulfill our mission. Experience a special worldwide Life in the Spirit Seminar from your home starting this Sunday, May 24th.
Litany in Time of Need – Click here.
Litany of Trust – Click here.
Magnificat – Magnificat walks us through the prayers of the mass, both for daily and weekly celebrations. They are now offering complimentary access to their iOS and Android apps through May. Register here. They are also making complimentary access to MagnifiKid available. You can view and download each weekly booklet of our colorful Sunday missalette for children ages six through twelve.
Mass at Home – COVID-19 has stopped all of us in our tracks. One of the most challenging parts as Catholics is our inability to receive the Eucharist. For families, this creates another large hurdle to overcome, “How do we keep our children engaged and our family alive in the Faith?” Lynch Development offers us a very good simple, attractive and practical guide for families to prepare for and participate in livestream Masses.
Novena’s – a novena is a nine day period of private or public prayer to obtain special graces, to implore special favors, or make special petitions. (Novena is derived from the Latin novem, meaning nine.) As the definition suggests, the novena has always had more of a sense of urgency and neediness. Have one emailed or texted to you or choose your own. Click here to get started.
Holy Spirit Novena– Click here.
Novena to St. Joseph – Click here.
Pope Francis – Pope Francis offered an extraordinary blessing “urbi et orbi” (to the city and the world) Friday, March 27, which came with the opportunity to receive a plenary indulgence under certain conditions. Watch it here! Follow along by reading his message here.
Prayer to Mother Mary – Click here.
Reflections for Bishop Cozzens – Watch a Zoom meeting recording of Bishop Cozzens sharing on his own reflections and encouragements during this pandemic.
Relevant Radio – Gain access to inspiring articles, reflections, and even Daily Mass! Staring March 15, Relevant Radio will be broadcasting Mass (via Radio or their website) at 1:00pm ET. Click here to visit their website!
Rosary – Pope Francis invites the whole world to join together in praying the Luminous Mysteries every day at 3:00 PM CST. Visit Ascension Press to do this live.
St. Patrick Community App – Our newest communication tool called “Community” allows parishioners to anonymously share prayer requests and pray for others in our parish. The tool is free and easy to use. Simply provide an email address or social media account to get started. Click here to get started!
YouTube Videos – YouTube is a great resource to learn more about almost any topic. There are videos on Confession, the Mass, Marian Apparitions, and much more. Check out our St. Patrick YouTube Channel to see our library of videos or our Worship and Watch Video Library.
Virtual Course – From May 8-10th you have FREE access into the insight of Theology of the Body, an incredible understanding of the beauty and truth of human sexuality from Saint John Paul II. Theology of the Body provides answers for these deepest longings of our hearts. In this glorious vision of what it means to be male and female, Theology of the Body provides a road map to the fulfillment, peace, hope and joy for which we are made.
Virtual Retreat – On May 12th, former St. Pat teaching seminarian, Father Tim Smith will be hosting a virtual retreat where he will lead us on a journey through the life of Catherine Doherty and follow her path to holiness and faithfulness to the Catholic Church. Not sure what to expect? Get more information from an invitation from Father Tim himself!