Sun, February 12, 2023
No 5 PM Mass
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 7:00, 9:00*, 11:00 AM & 5:00 PM
6:30 AM - Monday - Friday
8:00 AM* - Monday - Saturday
Sunday: 1:00 PM*
All daily and weekend Masses will be held in Church. The Chapel is open for private prayer 24/7 and Adoration is Mon-Fri, 7 AM-8 PM.
*livestream Facebook & YouTube; Closed Captions: When watching a livestream, YouTube does not provide closed captions; they are generated after a few hours. Facebook does provide auto-generated closed captions during a livestrem. To view closed captions, click on the "CC" icon near the bottom of the video, then select "Live captions".
HOLY DAY MASSES
Please check the bulletin or call the parish office at 636-332-9225 for times.
For a list of Holy Days of Obligation, CLICK HERE.
If restrictions keep you from coming to church, we will be happy to bring the Eucharist to you. Please call the parish office at 636-332-9225.
Celebrating the Sacrament of Reconciliation
Thursday, 5:00 PM
Saturday, 4:00-4:45 PM
Or by appointment. Confessionals located in church nave. To schedule an appointment, please call the parish office at 636-332-9225; Fr. Brian Ext. 226; Fr. Gerson Ext. 282, Fr. Skillman Ext. 223.
Make a Prayer of Contrition part of your daily prayer life.
Safety protocols and other liturgical directives at St. Patrick were updated and include the following:
- Attendance capacity limits have been lifted
- Holy water fonts will be filled and changed daily
- Missals are available in the pews; the online Sunday Missalette is still available on our website
- Offertory baskets will be passed
- The Sign of Peace is reinstated, but with no physical contact
- Livestream of Masses will continue on the same schedule
- Parishioners who are sick, homebound, immunocompromised and gravely concerned for their health retain the dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass, which has always been the case in normal times. Though we should take the obligation to attend Mass seriously, no one is ever morally obligated to do something that would jeopardize their health or the health of other people.
Offering Mass for a special intention is a long-standing tradition in the Catholic Church. It is usually considered that special graces are obtained for whom the Mass is said. Masses are offered for many reasons; for the souls in purgatory, in remembrance of someone who is deceased, or in honor of a birthday or anniversary.
If you would like to have a Mass said for someone, please stop by the parish office to schedule an intention(s). The stipend, or offering, signifies the sacrificial nature of giving something of yourself to associate more intimately with Christ who offers himself in the Eucharist. Each diocesan bishop sets a suggested offering for a Mass intention. In the Archdiocese of St. Louis, it is $10 per intention (as of July 1, 2019). We also provide cards to send to people to inform them of the Mass.