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Patrick:  A Story that Guides Us

St. Patrick was born into a wealthy Christian family.  When he was a teenager, raiders from Ireland kidnapped Patrick from Briton, took him to Ireland as a slave where he lived with hunger, privation and nakedness. In time, Patrick returned to the faith of his family.  Eventually he escaped Ireland, became a priest and bishop and returned to make disciples of Jesus Christ, bring freedom and hope to the needy  and plant churches throughout the land. 

Patrick’s story inspires us to be a church on mission. A church for the sake of others. We want to be like Patrick and the Christians who served God with him: a people on mission; a community of disciples of Jesus offering ourselves to God for the good of the world.

Dear Saint Pat's - you can park on Corral Street today. Part of the street has temporary no parking signs. You may ignore those. I talked to the officer in charge here and he has given us permission to park in those spots during church. He is in charge of parking and assured me he will not let us get towed. Fr. Pete ... See MoreSee Less

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The 2017 Saint Patrick's Annual Parish Picnic was a great success! Thank you to everyone who prepared and shared food and to everyone who helped set up and clean up. Special thanks go to Katie and Jeremiah Hodge for organizing the picnic and going the extra mile to make sure everyone - grown ups and kids - had tons of fun!! I can't wait for next years picnic! ... See MoreSee Less

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Get ready for the Saint Patrick's 2017 Annual Picnic!!

Sunday, August 27, at Shelter #2 in Shillito Park.

Dinner starts at 5 p.m. sharp.

Feel free to arrive as early as 4 p.m.

This years picnic has a Fiesta theme with:

A Mexican/Tex Mex/American Mex potluck and a lot of other great fun activities. It's going to be a great time of food, friendship and good old fun!!!
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All Parish Picnic!

August 27, 2017, 5:00pm - August 27, 2017, 7:00pm

Get ready for the Saint Patrick's 2017 Annual Picnic!!Sunday, August 27, at Shelter #2 in Shillito Park.Dinner starts at 5 p.m. sharp.Feel free to arrive as early as 4 p.m.This years picnic has a Fiesta theme with:A Mexican/Tex Mex/American Mex potluck and a lot of other great fun activities. It's going to be a great time of food, friendship and good old fun!!!

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3 hours until the St. Pat's prayer mtg. 7:30-8:30 at Apostles Church ... See MoreSee Less

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The gospel of Jesus Christ rightly preached and received eradicates all racism
and bigotry. Christ's work creates a new family where those who are different become one as they stand together on the level ground at the foot of the cross and serve one another as our Lord served who washed his disciples feet. Racism and bigotry are absolute contradictions to the way of Jesus and have no place on the hearts and minds of those who give allegiance to Christ. (Galatians 2:11-14, Galatians 3:27-28, Ephesians 2:11-14.)
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