St Patrick Parish welcomes all new parishioners. We are happy to have you worship with us. Please stop after Mass and introduce yourself to our staff. If you would like to register with our Parish, please complete the registration form, mail it to the Parish Office or drop it in the collection basket.
Saturday Vigil ~ 4pm
Monday through Saturday - Noon
HOLY DAY MASSES
Vigil ~ 7pm
Saturdays ~ 3pm - 3:45 pm
The Light Is On For You
Confessions will be heard on the following Monday evenings:
March 11, 18 & 25; April 1 & 15
Stations of the Cross
March 8, 15, 22, 29; April 5 & 12
April 18, 2019
Good Friday Services
April 19, 2019
Saturday - April 20, 2019
April 21, 2019
Prayer to Our Lady Of Guadalupe - Intercessor Of The Unborn
“Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you very much.
I beg you to spare the life of the unborn baby that I have
spiritually adopted who is in danger of abortion.”
Courtesy of LPi, we are including Lent Reflections on the Stations of the Cross.
The reflection for the 6thStation of the Cross (Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus)
and others are on the Lent Reflections page (under Pray with Us)
The April schedules are now online and available for all ministers.
Please refer to our Liturgical Ministries page for the links.
Courtesy of LPi, please view the Lectio Divina for the 2nd Week of Lent.
Others can be found on our Lent Resources page, or our Lectio Divina page
Throughout the Season of Lent, a book will be available next to the ambo, to the left of the altar, in the Upper Church for you to inscribe special prayer intentions you would like to lift up to God during this season of grace and renewal. We will include these intentions in the Prayers of the Faithful each week during Lent, and the book will be presented before the altar and prayed over during the Easter Vigil.
Please read Cardinal Seán's Lenten Letter to the Archdiocese of Boston.
You can find this and other Lenten Links on our Lent Resources page
We’ve recently learned that, in addition to emails, scamming attempts have unfortunately progressed to sending texts to people’s cell phones seeking donations of iTunes cards, gift cards, etc. Please know that Father Frank, Bishop Peter, nor myself nor anyone on the Parish staff would ever ask for such a donation, nor would they ever contact you in this manner. When an appeal is made we post the appeal in the bulletin (as we normally do for holiday helpers) we send a letter, or make a personal call for any help for the parish or the diocese.
~ Fr. Mario
When you support the 2019 Catholic Appeal, you support us.
See Cardinal Seán's message on our Parish News page.
There you will find a video about the appeal, and links to donate online.
With the Lenten season here, we have a number of resources to enrich your faith.
Please check our Lent Resources pages under Pray With Us.
Winter is upon us! In anticipation of snow & icy conditions during this season, parishioners are asked to use only the main entrances to the church as the side entrances and the stairs in the front and rear of the Church can become very slippery. We appreciate your cooperation; our goal is to keep everyone safe this winter.
St Patrick Parish and School
Cold and Flu Etiquette policy
Once again, we want to remind you that you can support Saint Patrick Parish with a Bequest.
More information on Bequests can be found on our How to Help page.
Thank you for your consideration!
Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers!
CORIs for the 2019 Fiscal Year ARE NOW DUE.
See the Liturgical Ministries page for dates and times to submit your CORI.
To register your child, please contact the Religious Education office at 781-438-1093.
If you have a family member that is serving or know of anyone currently serving in our Armed Forces, please call the Parish Office (781-438-0960) so that we have the opportunity to pray for their service to our Country.
Please note: All Holy Days of Obligation are under "Pray With Us"
New and Updated News
New in Parish News:
New in Reflections:
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Older in Parish News:
New in Lent Resources:
New in Lenten Enrichment:
New in Events:
“Every Life: Cherished, Chosen, Sent.”
Unless souls are saved, nothing is saved; there can be no world peace unless there is soul peace. World wars are only projections of the conflicts waged inside the souls of men and women, for nothing happens in the external world that has not first happened within a soul.
“Moral principles do not depend on a majority vote.
Wrong is wrong, even if everybody is wrong.
Right is right, even if nobody is right”
~ Fulton J. Sheen
10:00 am (Family Mass)
Monday through Saturday
HOLY DAY MASSES
Saturdays ~ Lower Church
3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Mondays and Fridays
12:45 pm to 4:00 pm
(except on Holidays)
Monday - Friday
10:00 am - 12:00 noon
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Closed Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays.
Rev. Mario J. Orrigo ~ Pastor
Rev. Frank D. Campo ~ Associate Pastor
Most Rev. Peter J. Uglietto ~ Bishop in Residence
Rev. Jurgen Liias ~ Senior Priest
Rev. Thomas F. Oates ~ Senior Priest
Deacon Frank B. Dello Russo ~ Deacon
Deacon Charles G. Hanafin ~ Deacon
Deacon Joseph A. Cooley ~ Deacon
Deacon John R. Turner ~ Senior Deacon
UNABLE TO ATTEND SUNDAY MASS IN PERSON?
Every weekend Mass is recorded and then broadcast on Stoneham TV during the following week. Below are the times that Mass is aired on the Public Channel.
Public Access Channels:
Comcast Ch. 9, RCN Ch. 3, Verizon Ch. 34
Wednesday at 2:00 pm, Sunday at 9:00 am,
Monday at 5:00 pm, Tuesday at 9:00 am.
Each new cycle begins on Wednesday so the past Sunday's Mass will air for the first time on Wednesday.