At Saints James and Patrick Parish, we enter into relationship with God through the sacraments, prayer, and stewardship. We invite you to Join Our Parish community so you can experience God's eternal love by 'remaining in Christ and revealing Christ to others'.
St. James 4:00 pm
St. Patrick 5:30 pm
St. James 8:30 am
St. Patrick 10:00 am
Monday & Wednesday 8:00 am
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 am (No Thursday Masses from May 30 through August 8, 2019)
Friday 11:15 am
8:00 am & 12:10 pm (St. Patrick)
6:00 pm (St. James)
Monday, 7:30 am
Saturday, 3:30 pm
Friday 10:50 am
Saturday 11:00 am-12:00 noon
Catholics Come Home
A Call to Prayer
Crisis in the Church
We encourage you to keep informed about the current crisis in the Church by watching the various videos by Bishop Barron found Here
Support Catholic Education
This semester we celebrate Catholic education and thank our donors who make it possible. Please watch the video to learn how your financial support impacts our students, and click the link below to donate to St. Patrick School's Annual Fund. Every donation counts, and we're grateful for your support! Click Here to Donate
Donate to School Tax Credit Program
Donate Now -- There’s still time left to donate to the new funding bill for education that allows tax credit scholarships for low-income families whose children attend non-public schools. The tax credit program opened in early January and will cap its donations at $100 million, but that amount hasn’t been met yet. For donating to the non-profit Scholarship Granting Organization (SGO), you’ll receive a 75-percent state income tax credit.
'Like' Us on Facebook
Visit the Ministries page to learn about the various ways you can share your talents with the parish. Partaking in these ministries will enhance our parish community and strengthen our ability to be stewards of God's love. To sign up or for further details, contact email@example.com. Here's the current liturgical ministry Schedule. Thank you for your participation.
Saint of the Day
Here is Franciscan Media's Saint of the Day.
Safe Environment Report
The Diocese of Springfield is committed to continue our efforts to work in partnership with local agencies to prevent any child from being abused or neglected. We also seek to bring about healing where abuse has occurred. Click Here to make a Safe Environment Report.