Welcome to Saint Patrick Parish in Stoneham, Mass.
WELCOME TO SAINT PATRICK CHURCH
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
In communion with the Roman Catholic Church throughout the world, St. Patrick Parish seeks to further the mission of Jesus Christ: that all may know God’s love for them, and grow in union with God and one another. With the Sacred Liturgy at the center of our parish life, we are formed by the Word of God and strengthened by the Eucharist. We move from the table of the Lord to proclaim God’s presence in our world today through a variety of ministries. Manifesting the life of the Holy Spirit in our midst, we strive to be a welcoming community where faith finds expression in service.
Sacraments and Services
Rev. Mario J. Orrigo
Rev. Frank Campo
Most Rev. Peter J. Uglietto, In Residence
Deacon John R. Turner
Deacon Cyril T. O’Neil
Deacon Frank Dello Russo
71 Central Street, Stoneham, MA • 781.438.0200
9 Pomeworth Street, Stoneham, MA • 781.438.0960 • Fax 781.435.0075
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE
71 Central Street, Stoneham, MA • 781.438.1093
Marie A. Kopf, Director of Religious Education
Dee Caruso Mahoney 978.335.4160
SAINT PATRICK SCHOOL
20 Pleasant Street, Stoneham, MA • 781.438.2593
PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL
Rev. Mario Orrigo, Pastor and Chairperson
James Healey, Co-Chairperson
Arrangments for your wedding must be made with a Priest or Deacon at the parish. These requests must be made at least six months in advance of the wedding date. A Marriage Preparation Course is required. Saint Patrick Church offers a course every spring. You may also find a course on the Archdiocese website: BostonCatholic.org
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CATHOLIC FAITH?
Whether you were baptized Catholic at a young age, thinking about joining the Faith, or just curious and want to know more, our religious education program offers the opportunity to grow and learn. Learn more here.
COMMUNAL MEMORIAL MASSES
We are offering a 'Communal Memorial Mass' on Saturdays at 12:00 noon that will allow a number of people from different families to be remembered at the same Mass. The names of those remembered at the Mass will be announced during the Prayer of the Faithful and the names will be listed in the previous week's bulleting.