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PARISH OFFICE
200 E. Illinois Street
Lemont, IL 60439
Phone: (630) 257-4640
Fax: (630) 257-0401
Hours: Monday-Thursday
9am-5pm
Friday: 9am-11:30am
Closed for lunch daily:
11:30am-12:30pm




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

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
OFFICE
205 Cass Street
(630) 257-8012
NEW
PARISHIONERS

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.
REGULAR MASS TIMES
Saturday Mass
5:00 PM
Sunday Masses
7:30 AM,10 AM, Noon, 5 PM
Daily Mass
At St. Parick's Church
8 am Mon, Tues & Wed
Holy Days: as announced

SACRAMENTS
Reconciliation
Saturdays - 4:15PM - 4:45PM

Baptism
Baptisms are held on Sundays at 1:30 PM. Preparation Classes are required and are scheduled by appointment. Please call the Parish Office for more information.

Marriage
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. You are most welcome at St. Patrick's!
(Link to Wedding Brochure)

RECENT BULLETINS
175th Special Edition
October 19, 2014
October 12, 2014
October 5, 2014
September 28, 2014
September 21, 2014
September 14, 2014
September 7, 2014

PARISH STAFF
Rev. Kurt D. Boras
Pastor
Rev. Richard J. Shannon
Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Mr. Joseph R. Winblad
Senior Deacon
Ms. Renee Payne
Principal
Ms. Linda O’Connor
Director of Religious Education
Director of Spiritual Life
Ms. Christina Grinius
Director of Music
Mrs. Sue Raymond
Secretary, Bulletin Editor
Website, Marriage Minister
Ms. Barbara Brown
Liturgy Coordinator
Mr. Michael Lundberg
Tri-Parish Youth Minister
youthm@st-als.org
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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
Contribution
ST. PATRICK PARISH
MISSION STATEMENT
 
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 17, 2014
Sacrament of Reconciliation
For prayerful preparation,
please click on the following link to download a copy of an

Examination of Conscience
and
Act of Contrition

Postures and
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: bowing, signing ourselves, shaking hands as a sign of peace, processing to the altar. These postures and gestures are not merely ceremonial. They carry a profound meaning... read article
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Take a tour of the Catholic Information links on the Parish Life  web 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.
Loyola Press 3-Minute Retreat



CARING & SHARING SUNDAY
IS EVERY SUNDAY!
PRINTABLE FOOD PANTRY ITEMS LIST


ST. PATRICK MINISTRIES
(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
St. Patrick
Parish Family
of Lemont, IL
175th Anniversary Year

175TH ANNIVERSARY MASS AND CELEBRATION:
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19TH AT
10AM MASS
DINNER RECEPTION TO FOLLOW
AT COG HILL COUNTRY CLUB

(12 Noon Mass will be canceled
on Sunday, Oct 19th)

Pray the Rosary at 6:30pm
Monday, October 20th in the Church in honor of the month of the Blessed Virgin, Mary.

See "History" on tool bar for 175th Anniversary  Articles and Photos
(or click pages below)