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
Faith Formation (G.I.F.T.) 2022-2023 Schedule Click Here
Faith Formation Registration Forms click here, print and return to church office or by email to email@example.com
Fr. Denzil & the Festival Committee would like to invite all the leaders of our church to come to our next meeting on Monday, Aug 8th, 2022, 6:00 pm, at the Faith Formation Hall. We need groups to volunteer to help in whatever is needed. If you as leader of your group cannot attend, please send your representative.
Please advise if you or your representative can attend by replying to this email or texting Edna @ 936-675-5761.
Mark Your Calendars!
Multi Cultural Festival Sept. 18th!
Raffle Tickets available after Masses July 23 and 24th and in the office
June Newsletter is now available in English and Spanish at the link:
If you have news or would like to be featured please contact the church office!
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.
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 Give Central Link choosing an ongoing or custom frequency with the security of online banking.
Sunday 9 AM (English),
Sunday 11AM (Spanish), and
Sunday 5 PM (English).
The Parish Office summer hours Monday-Friday, 9 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 instructio