Welcome to St. Patrick Parish!

Mass times:

Saturday 4:00pm
Sunday 8:00am & 10:30am (there is no longer a 6:00pm Mass)
Monday-Thursday 8:00am

The Bishop has invited us to celebrate Mass “as before the pandemic.”  To read his full letter, Click Here. Remember, the Mass is the source and summit of our lives! We welcome you back home to Mass.  The Bishop has also written two letters about Obligation to Attend Sunday Mass (which is reinstated as of June 19-20, 2021 (Click here or here to read the letters).

In preparation for Mass, we invite you to watch “The Veil Removed,” a brief film about what is really mystically happening at Mass: 

The Veil Removed: youtube.com/watch?v=OOLZDaTgIaM

Parish Mission Statement

Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. (Go, Make, Baptize, Teach)

We are a community of Catholic Christians who desire to grow closer to the living God. It is seen in the way we…

  • build Christ-like relationships with others (Go),
  • help people to fall in love with God (Make),
  • fall deeper in love with God by entering the life of the church through the Sacraments, especially the Eucharist (Baptize),
  • serve and witness inspired by the Holy Spirit (Teach).

We do this because we are children of God who long for all to share in eternal life.

Friday Night Community Dinners

The dates for our Community Dinners are: Friday, January 14, Friday, March 18, Friday, May 20 and July 15.  Dinners are from 5:30-7:00 PM in the Parish Center.  All are welcome!

 

 

Parish Mission Talks

To watch or rewatch our Casting Nets Parish Mission, go to this page: www.stpatricks-pelham.com/mission-challenge  
         

Christmas and New Year's Eve Schedule

Christmas Eve - December 24th: Masses 4:00 and 7:00 PM, Christmas Day - December 25th: Midnight Mass(12:00 AM) and Christmas Day 9:30 AM, New Year's Eve - December 31st: The Solemnity of Mary 5:30 PM, New Year's Day - January 1st: The Solemnity of Mary 9:30 AM