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Welcome to the St. Patrick's Parish Webpage.

 The Mission of the Church of St. Patrick,

rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ,

is to make God's Love visible in our daily lives.

  

St. Patrick's Church is located at 123 South Massey Street in Watertown, New York - just west of Public Square at the intersection with Arsenal Street. Our golden dome is visible from many parts of the city.

We invite you to visit this site often to stay informed about the parish activities. We hope to keep the information available here fresh and vital for you, our parishioners and visitors.

 

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How was your Lenten IQ?

Our four week quiz was fun and revealing about
how much we do, or do not know, about Lent.lentcrosswithcrown

From the correct entries we had four winners
of new Bibles:

Susan Sprague, Joshua Marra,
Hiep Huynh and Abbey Manns
.

The winner of the Lives of the Saints two-volume set 

is Tina Petrillose 

 

 Thanks to everyone who participated.

 

 

 


Lenteucharist    "Salvation cannot be bought and sold;
     it is given as a gift, it is free.
    We cannot save ourselves,
    salvation is a totally free gift”.    

                                                           Pope Francis

    

The Roman Catholic parishes of Watertown
celebrated Lent with a mission
led by our Bishop, Terry R. LaValley
click here for audio of Bishop's messages

Bishop visited many people in Watertown during
his days with us.  He presided at Mass in each
parish, at Summit Village and Samaritan-Keep Home.
Mrs. Rose Busler, Samaritan-Keep Activities Director,
captured this moment during Mass there

Bishop SKH3 

 

 

   

 


 

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEWEST ALTAR SERVERS
Hope Covey, Joseph Girardi, Zachary Kilburne,
James Monaco and Robert O'Connor


They were Commissioned and Installed AT 9:30 MASS
March 30, 2014

 

Servers 2014


 

 

HEAR IT NOW!

Click here for Deacon Kevin's homily
for Palm Sunday

April 12, 2014

The Homilies page also includes links to homilies from the
past few weeks at St Patrick's.


 

ash wednesday

 

    Stations of the Cross every
      Wednesday evening 

       followed by a homemade soup supper in the Chapel.

      Click here for the Diocesan Lenten Regulations

  

 


 

 

 Read all about the Saint of the Day, each day,
on the Links tab of this web site.SaintofDay1
Presented by American Catholic.org,
The Franciscans 





      

Did You Know....  
       judy pearson

       Judy Pearson's popular 
       weekly column, 
       published in several bulletins 
       in our area, is now available at 
       the click of your mouse on this website.  

      

       On the News & Events tab above, 
       Did You Know .....
                                 appears on the drop-down menu. 

Follow along as Judy shares all sorts of information about
our faith, our traditions, our saints, our rituals and our rites.

  


  

      

HAVE YOU REGISTERED YET?
Already registered,
but need to update your situation?
Register in the Parish Census Drive

Click on the "About Us" tab above

                                        Then click on "Parish Census"

Fill-in the form and DO NOT FORGET to click Submit when you are finished!

If you are new to our parish, we encourage you to register as soon as possible.
Registration is required for enrollment in parish programs,
for Catholic School subsidy vouchers,
sacramental preparation,
sacramental sponsorship certificates and
year end tax statements..


 

Children's Prayer is held
during 9:30 Mass on Sunday

Religious Education for grades K- 6
follows the 9:30 Mass

Contact Mrs. Liz Bamann 
782-6086 to register your child
for Religious Ed, First Communion
and Confirmation preparation

 Attendance at Sunday Mass is part
    of your child's religious formation! 

First Communion will be celebrated
May 10, 2014 at St. Patrick's


The Sacrament of Confirmation will be administered
May 15, 2014 at St. Patrick's

 


 

                        Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
at St. Patrick's
each Thursday from 12:30 pm
(following Noon Mass)
until 8:00 pm. 
Our doors are open to all the faithful.
Come stay with Him for one hour.