Contact Info

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

Saints James & Patrick Parish

Ordinary Time

January 12, 2015 to February 17, 2015

 

 

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

Office Hours

M-F 9:00 to 4:00

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He said, “Each person, and every people hungers and thirsts for peace; therefore, it is necessary and urgent to build peace!”

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