As Catholics, we understand the Holy Spirit is given to us in the sacrament of baptism. Baptism itself comes to completion in the sacrament ...
St. Patrick's is looking to form a contemporary praise and worship group. Please contact Fr. Dale at 410-939-2525, ext. 101 to explore this opportunity.
One of the ways the Catholic Church lives by this is through the sacrament of the anointing of the sick. In this sacrament, Jesus Christ comes to us as the “great physician” to heal and strengthen and forgive his people.
Come and join us for a time of worship and reception of the sacrament for the seriously ill as we praise God in the context of the mass.
“Do not be amazed; you seek Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified. He has risen, he is not here; see the place where they laid him” Mk 16:6
The Shamrocks invite all members of the St. Patrick’s community to attend “Identity, Youth and Crisis” A presentation by Stuart A. Tiegel, Associate Director of the U of MD Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship, Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University
Sunday, May 3rd at 5PM St. Patrick’s Hall
This presentation will focus on mood, anxiety, self-harm, and substance use. A question and answer session will follow. Dinner will be provided
PLEASE RSVP BY April 30th email@example.com or call the Parish office at 410-939-2525 The first 30 youth to sign up (and attend) will receive a free ticket to our Hershey Park trip in June. More information will be provided after the presentation.
Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm