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200 E. Illinois Street
Lemont, IL 60439
Phone: (630) 257-4640
Fax: (630) 257-0401
 Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 
Friday: 9am-11:30am
 Closed for lunch daily: 

20W145 Davey Rd.
Lemont, IL 60439
(630) 783-2220

205 Cass Street
(630) 257-8012
We warmly welcome you 
and kindly ask you 
to register at the 
Parish Office.
You can download a
copy of the registration
form here.
For Directions to St. Patrick's Church, click on the map.
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Electronic Funds Transfer

Click on the links below
to download information 
and an application to use EFT for your contributions.
EFT Sign-up Information
EFT Authorization Form

Sunday Offering

RE Payment

Capital Campaign
We, the people of Saint Patrick Parish, are a Roman Catholic Community of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Joined in faith by the Sacraments,
we exercise that faith by weaving God's Word into our multidimensional parish fabric of EvangelizationPrayerWorshipFaithLove
EducationMinistry, and Forgiveness.  
We are guided by the Holy Spirit to reach outside our church walls to embrace and support each person; to help each and every "Child of God" develop and maintain a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 
We are the people of God.
Saturday Vigil Mass
4:30 PM

Sunday Masses 
7:30 AM,10 AM, and 12 Noon
(7:30am Mass is without music)
5pm Lemont  Tri-Parish Mass at 
Ss. Cyril and Methodius Church.

Weekday Masses: 7:30am
Monday thru Friday
Mass will take place at St. Alphonsus Chapel  from November 2nd thru Dec. 31st
Bi-Parish Lemont Community of St. Alphonsus and St. Patrick.

Franciscan Village Masses 
with our Pastor Fr. Kurt Boras on most Mondays and Tuesdays at 9:30am

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 Class is required and 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. No weddings will be scheduled on National and Church Holiday weekends. Aisle runners are NOT allowed
Out-of-Parish couples are WELCOME. We would love to invite you to into our parish family!
(Link to Wedding Brochure)

December 16, 2018
December 9, 2018
December 2, 2018
November 25, 2018
November 18, 2018
November 11, 2018
May 13, 2018 Steeple Photos
175th Special Edition
"Cremation Burial Rites"

Rev. Kurt D. Boras

Rev. Richard J. Shannon
Pastor Emeritus

Weekend Assistants:
Rev. Louis Zake
Rev. Arthur Anderson OFM
Rev. Ed Upton
Rev. Larry Gorski

Deacon Joseph R. Winblad
Senior Deacon

Deacon Larry & Roseanne Oskielunas - Deacon Couple
Liturgy Coordinators
NEXT Ministry Coordinators

Rev. Chad Everts, L.C., 
Lemont Youth Ministry Director

Mr. Robert Priest
School Principal

Ms. Louise Cummings
Business Manager

Ms. Linda O’Connor
Director of Religious Education
RCIA Director

Ms. Christina Grinius
Director of Music

Mr. Dale Hennebry
Buildings and Grounds Manager

Mrs. Sue Raymond
 Assistant to the Pastor, Secretary,Bulletin Editor, Website, 
Marriage and Annulment Minister, Sacramental Records, Ecclesiastical Notary for the Archdiocese of Chicago
Updated: December 15, 2018
Sacrament of Reconciliation 
For prayerful preparation, 
please click on the following link to download a copy of an
Examination of Conscience
Act of Contrition

Bible Study
Bible Study group meets on Mondays at 7pm in Room 6 of the Ministry Building.  Come join us.
Visit some interesting Catholic websites. 
Take a tour of the Catholic Information links on the Ministries & Links page.
The Bulletin and other features on our website require Adobe Acrobat to view. If you do not have Acrobat installed on your computer you may click here to download it.

(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 St. Patrick
A Roman Catholic Parish of the Archdiocese of Chicago 

We congratulate Fr. Gorski on the occasion of his retirement as Fr. Kurt begins his six month sabbatical on January 1st.  Fr. Gorski has accepted an assignment from Cardinal Cupich to be our administrator Pastor during the absence of Fr. Kurt. Enjoy your time off Fr. Kurt, 
and welcome to St. Patrick, Fr. Gorski!  

2018 Century Club Ornaments, The Windows of St. Patrick 
This year's theme includes the window of St. Patrick Church overlooking our Blessed Mother in the sanctuary: "Nourished by the Eucharist" 
on one side, and a restored portion of the altar depicting the Last Supper as it looked in 1917 on the other.  We hope you enjoy the look of this year's ornament. We ask for a $100 donation for the ornament (or whatever you can afford).  Though it feels like winter already, this is our creative fall fundraiser.

Family/Children's Mass
Our next Family/Children's Mass is on Sunday, January 6th at 10am. Children are invited to take part in the Entrance Procession, Homily, Eucharistic prayers with the priest, and Offering of Gifts.  This has become a popular casual Mass with a very child-friendly atmosphere.  All are welcome to come celebrate!

Fr. Kurt's Christmas Letter 
and Detailed Christmas 
Mass Schedule Link here.​

Christmas Eve Masses
4pm, 4:05pm, 6pm, 11pm

Christmas Day Masses
10am & 12 Noon

Mass on New Year's morning 
St. Patrick Church at 9am. 

January & February Bi-Parish Mass
 St. Alphonsus Parish and St. Patrick Parish,  
St. Patrick Church beginning January 2nd
7:30am, Monday thru Friday

2018-19 RE Mass Schedule
Wednesdays at 5:15pm in Church
12/19; 1/16; 2/13;3/13; 4/10/19
Children in the RE program take part in the Masses each month.  All are welcome to join in with our presiders, teachers and students.  
Newlyweds Experience for Tomorrow Post Marriage Ministry is active at St. Patrick Parish! Network with other recently married couples from the Lemont area. Our goal is to build our  NEXT community relationships for couples and their children. The next NEXT event will take place after the St. Patrick Children's/Family 10am Mass on Sunday, January 6th at Higher Grounds Coffee Shop in Downtown Lemont. Please contact the Parish Office for more information: 

Are you divorced, or divorced and remarried civilly, and wish to have that previous marriage annulled?  It is possible that the circumstances of your former marriage may be such that an annulment can be more easily granted than you believe.  Do not believe the horror stories which other people may have told you.  Call Sue in the Parish Office if you wish to discuss the possibility of being granted an annulment in the Archdiocese of Chicago. 

Do not let remarriage keep you from receiving Holy Communion.  The will of our Lord Jesus Christ for you is to regularly receive His body and blood, providing strength to continue life's ever-changing journey.  The more difficult your journey, the greater your need to receive this gift!  Make an appointment with Fr. Kurt if you wish to discuss your own situation in relation to the sacraments.

Archdiocese of Chicago Family Ministries link to divorce support.

For more events, you may also visit our Parish Google Calendar Page directly from the link at the top of this Home Page.

Click here to view and print the rules page.
The number drawn for the 
December 2nd envelope was #806.  
That parishioner DID NOT participate.
The December 9th Jackpot (Jackpot defined  by Merriam-Webster's Dictionary as: the accumulated amount to be awarded) is now set at $1,167.50!
The parishioner number for the December 9th
envelope will be drawn on December 16th.
May the Luck of the Irish be with you!
Please consider joining the Altar Server Ministry! 
(Server Registration Form)
Mass for 
Televised from Mercy Home
each Sunday Morning at 9:30am, Christmas Day Mass with Cardinal Cupich at 8am.
on WGN Channel 9.  Click on link 
"Mercy Home" to be directed to the website.
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