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
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.”
All Ministers: The August schedule is now online. You can view it using your
Web Terminal or by visiting the links on the Liturgical Ministries page.
NOTICE FROM ST. PATRICK CHARISMATIC PRAYER COMMUNITY:
The Prayer Community will not meet on Wednesday evenings
during the summer months of July and August.
HOWEVER, SOMEONE WILL BE PRESENT IN THE LOWER CHURCH AT 6:30 pm
for anyone who wants to pray or needs prayer.
On June 30, 2019, we had a celebration of the volunteers
who help Saint Patrick Parish work for the Parish Community.
You can see some pictures of the celebration under
The Grief Support Drop-In will not be held during the months of July and August.
We will resume on September 9th from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
During the months of July and August, the Parish Office will be closed on Fridays.
More information is available under the Pastor's Notes.
Please pray for the sick and all those who have asked us to pray for them this week. Their names have been inscribed in our parish Book of Intentions in the lower Church.
Please contact the rectory at 781-438-0960 to add a name.
Let Your Voice Be Heard!
The Massachusetts State Legislature is considering two troubling bills this session.
Please read more on our Let Your Voice Be Heard! page
and do your part to help save the lives of the unborn.
A Message from Fr. Mario Orrigo about the ROE Act
(also available under News/Pastor's Notes/The ROE Act)
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!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~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.
New and Updated News
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New in Reflections:
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Older in Parish News:
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Also known as the ‘Sexton’, you see them working diligently, ensuring that the Mass is conducted in such a way that sacred reverence is given to the One who has given us so much. The church defines these dutiful persons as: One who guards the church and its’ treasures. They have the keys of the church and commit themselves as guardians of the sacred edifice and all it contains.
Saint Patrick Church has a long standing tradition of not only opening the doors for opportunities such as this but also depending on the parishioner’s helping hands to continue the good work of the church for all people.
Sacristans play an important role as they support the weekend, daily and holy day liturgies we celebrate. When a Sexton walks into the sanctuary to celebrate Mass, they see the details of which are necessary to celebrate Holy Eucharist. Every element in the sanctuary is in order, clean and ready for the celebration.
New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia defines a sacristan as an officer who cares for the sacristy, where vestments and sacred vessels are stored, the sanctuary and all contents. While a sacristan can be a priest and deacon, we invite the laity to participate in the liturgy in a deeper, more intimate manner.
If you are interested in this ministry, please call Deacon Frank @ 781-438-2498. He will sit with you and help you walk this path to a most beautiful personal relationship with our Lord and our Mass celebrations.
“Every Life: Cherished, Chosen, Sent.”
“More than four thousand innocent lives are taken each day in this
land of the free and home of the brave,
whose lady holds high the torch of welcome to human life.”
~ John Powell, Abortion: the Silent Holocaust
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.
Closed Fridays July 1st - August 31st
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.