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St. Patrick's Catholic Church
 
  

Pietra Fitness - Monday evenings (except Holidays)
5pm in St. Patrick's Parish Hall

Pietra Fitness is stretching and strengthening classes featuring
Christian prayer and meditation in the Catholic tradition.
Wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat and water bottle.
A few mats will be available.  Suggested donation is $5/class.

Questions? Contact: chris.mautino@pietrafitness.com or
Cindy at 362-7966

Fr. Nienhaus is going to facilitate a study group that wants to 
prepare themselves to consecrate their lives to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The study group will start on Monday, June 13. The consecration day 
will be Saturday, July 16. The group will meet on June 13, 21, 28 and
July 5 and 12 at 7pm. If you would like to make this consecration

to the Blessed Virgin Mother please contact Fr. Nienhaus at 362-7966

NOW PRAYING
The Chaplet of Divine Mercy is recited in the Divine Mercy
Chapel at 3pm each afternoon.  All are welcome!

Prayer Study starting June 6th
Find intimacy with God in prayer.  Though prayer is one of the 
essentials of a thriving faith, we can sometimes feel as if we are 
talking to ourselves, or worse, talking to no one at all.  How can 
something so vital to our faith be so elusive? Join one of the Prayer
Study groups to learn more about the mystery of PRAYER. This 

6 week series will show you simple steps for making prayer
an effort of love and intimacy with God.  Classes are offered
every day of the week.  To sign up call the parish office. 

St. Patrick Quilting Group is gathering one Saturday a month to
quilt for charity.  The quilts are donated to Mercy Hospital Pediatric
Unit. If you would like to join us, come with your sewing supplies
and machine on Saturday, July 23 from 8am to 4pm. If you don't
sew and would like to help, please come! Enter the Parish Hall
via the alley door across from the small parking lot. If you have
any questions, please contact Barb at 573-6624.

Souper Senior Luncheon Thursday, July 7thPlease join us as we
are joined by Deafinitely Dogs. This organization trains and places

diabetic alert dogs, PTSD dogs, hearing dogs, facility dogs, and
companion dogs.  Come learn about this interesting process.
If you are allergic to dogs please know there will be 1-2 dogs present.

Doors open at 10am for Bingo followed by lunch at 11:30am. 

Totus Tuus Summer Catechetical Youth Program
St. Patrick Church & Immaculate Conception
July 17-22, 2016
A summer program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and
promoting the Catholic faith to children and youth.
Printable Registration Form can be found on our
Religious Education page or Parish Events page.

Enjoy the convenience of Electronic Giving: remember that 
St. Patrick offers electronic giving as a way for you to make
scheduled, automatic offerings. Electronic giving provides
convenience for you and much-needed donation consistency for
St. Patrick Parish. Getting started is easy. Authorization forms and 
additional information are available by calling the Parish Office.
We appreciate your donations now and throughout the year!

Join Fr. Nienhaus on a Jubilee Year of Mercy Pilgrimage to 
Rome and Assisi November 3-11, 2016. 
In Rome some of your experiences will include: visiting the Classic 7 
Churches of Rome, the Coliseum, and the Forum. You will attend a Papal
Audience in St. Peters Square and see the Sistine Chapel and Tomb of St.  
John Paul II.  You will also visit the Trevi Fountain and have time for

exploring before heading north through vineyards and villas to Assisi.
In Assisi you will visit the birthplace and Basilica of St. Francis and have
the opportunity to visit his tomb. The last stop on the tour is to the church
that honors St. Clare, foundress of the Poor Clare Sisters who followed

the teachings of St. Francis very closely. This pilgrimage includes breakfast

and dinner daily, professional guides, daily Mass and spiritual activities,

all scheduled admission fees, accommodations and more. See our

Parish Events page for more information or contact Mary Johnston at

blessu45@gmail.com

St. Patrick Bingo: The Pastoral Council is looking into the 
prospect of playing Bingo at St. Patrick every Wednesday
from 1-4pm.  Everybody loves playing bingo and it's an  
easy event to coordinate. Snack foods will be included as
part of the event.  If you are interested in being part of
the bingo team contact Lynn Ties at 981-0808.

Sign up for Flocknote our Email and/or Text Communication Tool, an
innovative means to keep St. Pat's parishioners in the loop! It is

free and registration is quick and easy.  You can receive emails or texts-
you decide. Flocknote will keep you up-to-date 
on events, activities, and
news within the parish based on your areas of interest.  To register
by computer click on the Sheep icon above and follow instructions.

Donations needed:
Yarn is needed to make prayer shawls. Please drop off
donations at St. Patrick Church before or after Masses or 
at the Parish Center office Monday-Friday 8am-4pm. Thank You!

We have extra St. Patrick Parish History Books
If you would like one, they can be purchased
in the St. Patrick Parish Office or 
The Ark Catholic Books and Gift Shop.  They are $30 each.

The ARK Catholic Books & Gift Shop is OPEN!
Fine assortment of Catholic books, bibles, rosaries, jewelry, statues, medals,
art work, holy cards, crucifixes, music and seasonal items.
Located in St. Patrick's newly renovated rectory on 1st Ave.

You can call The ARK at (319) 200-4591

Young Adult Ministry (ages 21-39)
Saturdays 7:30pm in Education Wing 6th St. Entrance

Parish Services @ St. Patrick's 

BULLETINS

Liturgical Ministries Schedule

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Mass Times:

  Weekday Mass (Divine Mercy Chapel)

  • Tuesday through Friday 8:30am

  Weekend Masses (Church)

  • Saturday Mass 4pm
  • Sunday Masses  8am, 10am, 12pm

Chaplet of Divine Mercy:

  • Daily 3pm (Divine Mercy Chapel)

Reconciliation Times:

  • Tuesday-Friday - 7:45am-8:15am (Divine Mercy Chapel Area)
  • Saturday - 3pm-3:45pm (Church)

Parish Office - (319) 362-7966

Prayer Line - (319) 365-2364 / (319) 396-8264

Our Mission Statement:

We, the pastor and members of St. Patrick Parish, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, recognize that we are called to union with God, not merely as individuals, but as a holy community, the People of God.

Within this community there exists a variety of ministries and gifts of the spirit which enable all to work for the good of the whole. Formed by the Word fo God, we recognize our unity of faith and love and accept our common responsibility for the misison of Christ.

Links:

    St. Patrick's Catholic Church
    120 5th St NW
       Cedar Rapids, IA 52405
            Parish Office:319 362-7966