Mission Statement

We, the Roman Catholic Community of St. Patrick Church under the guidance and protection of Mary, our Blessed Mother, and St. Patrick our Patron, recognize ourselves as disciples of Jesus Christ. We strive to be a prayerful Eucharistic Family, open to the power of the Holy Spirit and conscious of our mission to use our time, talent and treasure in service to our brothers and sisters and to the glory of God.

St. Pat's Updates

No personal information is collected by the St. Patrick’s web site. Please feel secure browsing as we will not ask for anything but your prayers. 

Give online to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal:

Donate 

 

Lenten Schedule at this Link:

Lent Schedule 

 
The Diocese of Tyler expects all Church personnel – clergy, religious, paid personnel, seminarians, and volunteers who work with minors or vulnerable adults – to conduct their lives and ministry with ethics and integrity. Ethics means acting consistently with the morals and teachings of the Catholic Church. Integrity is characterized by virtue, honesty, accountability, soundness of judgment, and sincerity of manner, without duplicity of any kind.

If you missed the recent training held at St. Patrick’s please check the Diocesan Schedule at the link for nearby opportunities. Please remember you must complete registration and background checks online before attending. For more info click the link:

SAFE ENVIRONMENT

Ethics and Integrity in Ministry

 

24/7 Adoration
During Lent
Signup Sheets in the
Foyer
Come spend time with
Jesus!
Adoración 24/7
Durante la Cuaresma
Hojas de inscripción en el
vestíbulo
¡Ven a pasar tiempo con
Jesús!

 

 

Thank you to all of you who have reached out to offer help and assistance for the needy.

In addition to the assistance provided by our St. Vincent de Paul Conference to those in need please remember our food pantry located outside
LaSallette Hall.  You can stock non-perishable food
yourself or drop off donations at the church
office.
Many
community members rely upon this food source.

  If you have parish news please contact the church office! 
 
We are working on updating parish rolls with current contact information. Please provide this information by email:
Name
Address
Telephone Number(s)
Email
The email to send this to is guessippina620@gmail.com
Your contact info is for church use only
 
 Flocknote is the text messaging and email system used by St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Lufkin, Tx to share prayerful messages from our clergy and staff and to notify parishioners of news and upcoming events.

Click here for Flocknote sign up page or find it under the News and Events menu on our home  page

 

 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
 Monday-Friday 6:00 am — 9:00 pm,
We are looking for permanent adorers.
Please consider signing up at the church foyer.
Adoración del  Santísimo Sacramento de Lunes a 
 Viernes de 6:00 am — 9:00 pm.
Se necesitan adoradores permanentes.
Regístrese en el vestíbulo de la Iglesia.  

English Stewardship Handbook

Click here Online Stewardship Commitment Forms Available 

 

The Sunday collection basket is one of the few remaining places where cash or check is still in use. Prayerfully consider offering your tithe electronically at the Fund It link with a custom or reoccurring amount with the security of online banking. 

Please check our website at http://stpatrickslufkin.com and our Facebook page for updates. Sunday Mass is available as a Livestream on our Facebook page. 
If You are homebound and would like an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist to visit please call the church office at 936-634-6833. 
 

You can  email us at stpatrickchurchlufkin@yahoo.com, or our Finance and Operations Executive, Michael Molina at stpatricklufkin@gmail.com

Saturday Vigil 5PM (English) 7PM (Spanish),

Sunday 9 AM (English),
Sunday 11AM (Spanish), and
Sunday 5 PM (English).

The Parish Office summer hours Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM closed for lunch 12-1pm.  Telephone: 936-634-6833.

OPEN CARRY POLICY Respecting the right of Texans to defend themselves and their families while at the same time being considerate of those who may be uncomfortable around weapons in the context of our sacred liturgies, Bishop Joseph E. Strickland has instructed that weapons are not to be openly carried during Mass or other times of public worship. Peace Officers commissioned by local, state or federal agencies are exempt from this instruction

 

 

 

 

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St. Patrick Catholic Church
2118 Lowry St

(936) 634 6833

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