Reserve Your Place at Mass
Public Mass is being offered again. There's a limited capacity per Mass, so use the following links to reserve your spot. The dispensation is still in effect if you don't feel safe attending. New links for the upcoming weekend will appear on Mondays at 8am.
Saturday, July 11
4:00pm @ St. James Church: Click Here
5:30pm @ St. Patrick Church: Click Here
Sunday, July 12
8:30am @ St. James Church: Click Here
10:00am @ St. Patrick Church: Click Here
Sunday Mass & Daily Videos
Watch Sunday Mass & Daily Videos: Click Here (Sunday Mass will be posted on Facebook at 8:30am. You can watch the Mass replays even if you don’t have a Facebook account.)
Formed Daily Reflections: Click Here
Putting One’s Life Into Perspective - Ignatian Spirituality: Click Here
Visit Aleteia website for uplifting Catholic articles: Click Here
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.
St. James 4:00pm
St. Patrick 5:30pm
St. James 8:30am
St. Patrick 10:00am
8:00am & 12:10pm (St. Patrick)
6:00pm (St. James)
Liturgy of the Hours - iBreviary
Click Here to access the Liturgy of the Hours on the iBreviary website. There are daily prayers for morning, daytime, evening, and night.
Click the following link to access the ministry scheduling program, or you can also access the program in the ‘Parish Life’ dropdown at the top of this webpage.
Saint of the Day
Here is Franciscan Media's Saint of the Day.
Welcome, Fr. Chris Comerford
Our parish has subscribed to Augustine Institute’s formed.org to provide you access to thousands of faith-based online resources. All you need is an email address to sign up. Here are the instructions:
1) Click the ‘Sign Up’ button on the front page.
2) Click ‘I Belong to a Parish or Organization’, and then enter the name of our parish.
3) Enter your name and email address, and you’re all set!
Bishop Barron's Letter & Blog
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.