200 E. Illinois Street
Lemont, IL 60439
Phone: (630) 257-4640
Fax: (630) 257-0401
Closed for lunch daily:
20W145 Davey Rd.
Lemont, IL 60439
205 Cass Street
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and kindly ask you
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For Directions to St. Patrick's Church, click on the map.
REGULAR MASS TIMES
7:30 AM,10 AM, Noon, 5 PM
(7:30am Mass is without music)
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
Mondays for one hour following the 8am Weekday Mass
Saturdays - 3:45PM - 4:15PM
Baptisms are held on Sundays at 1:30 PM once per month or according to availability of a priest or deacon. ALL children welcome. Preparation Classes are required and are scheduled by appointment. Please call the Parish Office for more information.
Couples wishing to be married at Pats need to call the Parish Office before booking the reception hall and at least six months in advance of desired wedding date. Aisle runners are NOT allowed at St. Patrick's. Out-of-Parish couples are very welcome..
Rev. Kurt D. Boras
Rev. Tom Hoffman
Part-time Associate Pastor
Rev. Richard J. Shannon
Rev. John Bender LC
Lemont Catholic Youth Minister
Deacon Joseph R. Winblad
Deacon Larry & Roseanne Oskielunas - Deacon Couple
Ms. Renee Payne
Ms. Linda O’Connor
Director of Religious Education
Ms. Christina Grinius
Director of Music
Mrs. Sue Raymond
Secretary, Bulletin Editor
Website, Marriage Minister
Electronic Funds Transfer
Click on the links below
to download information
and an application to use EFT for your contributions.
ST. PATRICK PARISH
We, the people of Saint Patrick's are a faith community. We are joined by that faith, by the sacraments. We demonstrate that faith, by weaving God's word into our multidimensional parish fabric of faith, love, forgiveness, education, communication, ministry and evangelization. We are guided by the Holy Spirit to embrace our parish family during their joyous and turbulent events. We are the people of God.
Updated: October 20, 2016
Sacrament of Reconciliation
For prayerful preparation,
please click on the following link to download a copy of an
Gestures at Mass
In the celebration of the Mass we raise our hearts, minds, and voices to God. As creatures composed of body as well as spirit, we also pray with our bodies.
During Mass we assume different postures: standing, kneeling, and sitting. We also make a variety of gestures: ... read article
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CARING & SHARING SUNDAY
IS EVERY SUNDAY!
(see Ministries and links on menu banner at the top of this page)
Click above for list of current St. Patrick Ministries. Call the Parish Office for more information on how to join or become involved.
Make a difference in your parish
and in your community!
Welcome to the
of Lemont, IL
Jubilee Year of Mercy
Please consider joining the Altar Server Ministry!
Women's Club Bunco: Thursday, October 20th 7:00pm in the Parish Hall.
To Teach Who Christ Is Parish Information and Reception to be held in the Parish Hall after Saturday Mass and Sunday Morning Masses the weekend of October 22/23. Please come and learn what TTWCI will do for OUR Church!
Congratulations to Terri O'Neill-Borders, this year's recipient of the prestegious Vicariate V Bishop Quarter Award for her dedication to charitable ministry in Lemont especially through the Hope and Friendship Foundation! Award Presentation at Holy Name Cathedral on Sunday, October 23rd.
Rosary Prayed in Church: Monday, October 24th at 6:30pm.
For more events, you may also visit our Parish Google Calendar Page directly from the link at the top of this Home Page.
For 1 hour on Mondays after the 8 A.M. Mass.
Mass for Shut-ins
Televised from Mercy Home
each Sunday Morning at 9:30am
on WGN Channel 9. Click on link
Monday evenings at 7pm from the beginning of September until the end of May.
Ministry Building, classroom 6.
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