Mass Schedules
Weekly Bulletins
Contact Information
Our Heritage
Info for Parishioners
Lenten Calendar, 2015

The Church of St. Patrick welcomes you!

                    Schedule of Events: Lent 2015


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7525 Dodd Road                                      Map:
Faribault, MN  55021                                http://mapq.st/petd7Q

Easter Week Schedule

Palm Sunday—March 29—8:00 a.m.
Holy Thursday—April 2—7:00 p.m.
Good Friday, April 3—7:00 p.m.
Easter Vigil, April 4—7:00 p.m.
Easter Sunday, April 5—8:00 a.m

What's Happening at St. Patrick's?

  • JOIN our Faith Focus Group:  Do you want to deepen your faith? St. Patrick will offer you a chance to deepen and examine your faith through our Faith Focus GroupPlan to join us the First Sunday of every month, right after Mass.

Where Can I Find Information That I Need?

  • What is the schedule for Masses at St. Patrick and nearby?

    Check the Mass Schedules page for listings for St. Patrick and other nearby churches and find the website that gives you schedules for churches around the country.
  • Where Can I Find the Weekly Bulletins?

    The Weekly Bulletin page contains the weekly bulletin for each weekend of the year, along with most bulletin inserts.
  • Whom Should I Contact?

    The Contact Information page provides contact information for parish staff and lists committee chairs and leaders of parish organizations and activities.  This page also contains a web form to submit comments or suggestions about the website.

  • What is the History of our Parish?

    We are the first Catholic parish in Rice County and the second in Minnesota. Check out the Heritage page for our history from 1856, when our first church was built, to the present day.
  • What Do Parishioners Need to Know About Parish Activities?

    The Info for Parishioners page contains schedules for ongoing activities such as Faith Formation and Liturgical Minister schedules, as well as other activities and assignments. Here you will also find details of special programs, such as the Faith Focus Group meetings.