Please don't forget:
St. Patrick Church needs your support and prayers to remain viable.
If you have an urgent matter or a Sacramental emergency after 5pm, call: 630-257-6134 ext. 3, and your call will be forwarded to the secretary, Sue Raymond. Sue will help you get in touch with the staff member who can help you. If it is not urgent, please call between 9am and 5pm or take advantage of using our email which is monitored Mon thru Fri, 9am-5pm:
Blessing of Easter Food at Home Link
Easter Decree in the Name of God
Dispensation from Easter Obligation
Cardinal Blase Cupich
Archbishop of Chicago
Light a Candle: Faith Community
As we unify our prayer during Holy Week, at
7:30pm each night, put a light or candle in the front window of your home.
Unifying Our Prayer: Arch Resources
Where to "go to Mass"
Praying in Holy Week
Ongoing Prayer Resources
FR. KURT'S COVID-19 UPDATES
Food Pantry Donations
See page 3 of this weekend's bulletin for more information on how you can help those in Lemont struggling through this crisis.
Hope and Friendship Foundation
Do you need help?
can guide you in the right direction.
Latest News from the Archdiocese of Chicago and Cardinal Cupich, visit:
*WGN 9 Mass from Mercy Home
Easter Sunday w/Cardinal Cupich: 9:30am
*ABC 7 Mass with Cardinal Cupich
Easter Sunday at 12 Noon
*EWTN Daily Mass: 11am
ONLINE AND STREAMED
*Masses with Pope Francis
*St. Alphonsus Lemont--YouTube
*From Holy Name Cathedral
Click on the link above to view the Holy Week and Easter Celebration Broadcast times.
*Word on Fire:
Mass Intentions (updated 4/8/2020):
Due to the extension of the Governor's Shelter at Home order, the office is currently accepting Mass intention requests at 630-257-6134 ext. 3, or by email to the secretary. Fr. Kurt and our regular guest presiders will be offering those intentions which are scheduled for Sunday and weekday Masses.
Can YOU also pray for those listed in our bulletins on pages 10 and 11? Thank you for supporting your neighbor where we see the face of Christ!
We are in this together.
In an effort to help keep everyone's virus exposure to a minimum, please do not drop off contribution envelopes at the Parish Office. The above left "Sunday Offering" online giving button, visiting the Chicago Archdiocese Offertory website, or mailing your contributions to the parish office, are much safer options. EFT can also be considered for long-term giving (EFT is not set-up for one-time contributions). The Archdiocese is considering all possible options to help the parishes and the Church of Chicago remain viable, so we appreciate your financial help, and notes of encouragement.
Bless you & stay safe, Fr. Kurt
Relevant Radio's Prayer vs. Pandemic
The Face-Mask Initiative
Earth Day Prayer Service Online
Wednesday, April 22 at 10am