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

 

Festival Week of the Immaculate Virgin Mary

December 5-December 12, 2021

As bishop of the Diocese of Tyler, I invite the faithful of the diocese to enter into a Festival Week of the Immaculate Virgin Mary celebrating the 2nd Sunday of Advent, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and the 3rd Sunday of Advent – Gaudete Sunday. I encourage all to enter into this special week of prayer and fasting with the intentions of unity in the Holy Catholic Church, the Body of Christ and Peace in our nation and in our world. 

I will be present at the Cathedral for Eucharistic Adoration and Holy Mass from Monday through Friday of this week. Adoration will begin at 6:00 AM each day and continue until Holy Mass at 7:00 AM. All are invited to come to the Cathedral for one of these opportunities of prayer. Certainly, if traveling to the Cathedral is not possible, I encourage everyone around the diocese to join us in spiritual communion. 

In addition, I ask everyone to fast for at least one of these days or multiple days if you discern that it is feasible for you to do so. The fasting I recommend is the customary Lenten Fast on Ash Wednesday which consists of eating only one full meal for the day. If this is not possible, I urge all to enter into some form of fasting during this Festival Week.

During this festival week, I remind you that the Church grants a plenary indulgence, under the usual conditions of complete detachment from all sin, sacramental confession, Eucharistic Communion, and prayer for the intention of the Sovereign Pontiff, to the faithful who visit the Blessed Sacrament for adoration lasting at least a half hour (Conc. 7, §1, 1°). Also, a partial indulgence, under the usual conditions, is granted to the faithful who fast or otherwise voluntarily abstain from something that is licit for and pleasing to them (Gen. Conc. III). 

I pray that participating in this way will make this Advent’s Gaudete Sunday especially joyful.

Let us repent of our sins this Advent and rejoice in Emmanuel as we prepare ourselves for the Nativity of the Lord at Christmas.

Bishop Joseph E. Strickland, Diocese of Tyler

 
Adoration to end abortion Dec. 1st from 6am to 9pm in the Adoration Chapel.
Day of Recollection Dec 4th 9am-12pm English and 4 to 7pm Spanish.
Representatives of the Catholic Daughters of America will give pulpit talks at all Masses Dec. 4th and 5th.

Confessions Dec 15 from 6 to 8pm

 

“Adoration to Defeat Abortion” 
Everyone is invited to join us on December 1st from 6am to 9pm in the Adoration Chapel as we diligently fight against the evils of abortion through our prayers.

St. Patrick church is blessed to have many Ministries in our parish! We are hoping to start another ministry called Catholic Daughters of the Americas (CDA). They are one of the largest international organizations of Catholic women in the world, dedicated to strengthening our spiritual life through Christ and His Church. The purpose of this organization is to participate in the religious, charitable, and educational Apostolates of the Church. They engage in creative and spiritual programs which provide its members with the opportunity to develop their God-given
talents in meaningful ways that positively influence the welfare of the Church and all people throughout the world.
Representatives will be giving pulpit talks during masses on December 4, and December 5, 2021. If you are interested in joining this organization and helping Father Denzil institute a CDA court at St. Patrick, please contact Suzie Pierce, 281-793-4230 or 
piercesd2019@gmail.com

COVID 19 UPDATE

Since Angelina County is in a high risk area all St. Patrick’s parishioners should wear a mask at all indoor activities per the Office of the Bishop, Diocese of Tyler.
Office of the Bishop
August 5, 2021
Updated Parish Guidance for COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued updated guidance regarding the use of masks for protection against the spread of COVID-19. Specifically, to maximize protection from the Delta variant and prevent possibly spreading it to others, the CDC is recommending that individuals wear a mask indoors in public if they are in an area of substantial or high transmission.
For liturgies and activities at parishes in the Diocese of Tyler, pastors and parishioners should be aware of this guidance and apply it to their individual, family, and community circumstances as appropriate in order to keep everyone healthy.
The transmission status for each county can be found by clicking the map below:

 

English Stewardship Handbook

Click here Online Stewardship Commitment Forms Available 

 

New St. Patrick’s Catholic Church November Newsletter is published!

 

Check out our NEW monthly bilingual newsletter by clicking the link above! Stay up-to-date with Church and School news and events! If you are hosting a church event, or would like to be featured in our newsletter, please contact our Church Office at 936-634-6833.

 

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. 

 
Reminder on Open Carry Some questions and concerns have recently come forward about individuals carrying weapons at Mass. To be clear: open carry is not permitted. Please see below for the diocesan policy and feel free to place this in your parish bulletins, on announcement boards, etc.:
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.
  •  Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after the 8am Mass till 7pm
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Please check our website at http://stpatrickslufkin.com and our Facebook page for updates.

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

 Please click on the link to support St. Patrick’s by giving your offering online or by collection basket located in the church foyer.

https://www.givecentral.org/location/859

Saturday Vigil 5PM (English) 7PM (Spanish),
Sunday 9 AM (English),
Sunday 11AM (Spanish), and
Sunday 5 PM (English).

The Parish Office is open during regular hours (Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM) . but we are asking you to contact us via phone 936-634-6833.

 You can also email us at stpatrickchurchlufkin@yahoo.com, or our Business Manager, Michael Molina at  stpatricklufkin@gmail.co

 

 

     

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