Contact Info

Ss. James and Patrick Parish
407 E. Eldorado Street
Decatur, IL 62523
P: 217-429-5363

Saints James & Patrick Parish

Lent 2015

February 18, 2015 to April 2, 2015

Experience the quiet and simplicity of Lent with the reflections
from Ignatian Spirituality.

 

 

Ill or hospital bound?

Please call the parish office so Father can anoint you if you have not been anointed recently.  When you go to the hospital please register as a parishioner of Ss. James and Patrick.  If you have not  been visited by a priest within two days, please call the office.  If you know of someone (friend, neighbor) who is Catholic and is homebound, ill, in the hospital, etc., please let the office know so that Father and pastoral care volunteers can visit them.  Thank you!

 

Mass Times

Saturday
St. James 4:00 pm
St. Patrick 5:30 pm

Sunday
St. James 8:30 am
St. Patrick 10:00 am

Weekday
St. James:
Monday & Wednesday 8:00 am
St. Patrick:
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 am
Friday 11:15 am

Holy Day
8:00 am & 12:10 pm (St. Patrick)
6:00 pm (St. James)

Penance:
St. James
Monday, 7:30 am
Saturday, 3:30 pm
St. Patrick
Friday 10:50 am
Saturday 11:00 am-12:00 noon

Staff

Vatican News

Apostolic Nuncio in Syria says population feels abandoned

(Vatican Radio) Although he is in retreat in the hills of Rome, immersed in Lenten Spiritual Exercises, Pope Francis is following the situation in Syria with deep concern.

Listen to the report by Linda Bordoni: 

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French finance expert wins “Centesimus Annus” Foundation Award

(Vatican Radio) French economist and author Pierre de Lauzun is the winner of this year’s “Economy and Society Award” of the Centesimus Annus – Pro Pontefice Foundation.

He was selected in particular for his 2013 book dedicated to a Christian perspective of finance from medieval banking to contemporary financial models: "Finance. Un regard chrétien. De la banque médiéval à la mondalisation financière".  

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French finance expert wins “Centesimus Annus” Foundation Award

(Vatican Radio) French economist and author Pierre de Lauzun is the winner of this year’s “Economy and Society Award” of the Centesimus Annus – Pro Pontefice Foundation.

He was selected in particular for his 2013 book dedicated to a Christian perspective of finance from medieval banking to contemporary financial models: "Finance. Un regard chrétien. De la banque médiéval à la mondalisation financière".  

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