Mass Schedule for Our Parish Cluster *Daily Masses with Communion: -- Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. St. Patrick, Adoration until 1:00 p.m. -- Wed-Fri, 8:30 a.m. at Most Holy Redeemer *Weekend Masses: --First Saturday 8:30 am St. Canice, Kilkenny, MN (Confession and Adoration) --Saturday, 5:00 pm Most Holy Redeemer, Montgomery, MN (Communion) --Sunday, 8:30 am Most Holy Redeemer, Montgomery, MN (Communion, Livestreamed) --Sunday, 10:30 am St. Patrick, Shieldsville, MN (Communion, Livestreamed) St. Patrick Office Hours: M-F, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Check the schedule for times and locations of Lenten Celebrations.
St. Patrick contribution envelopes are available at anytime
in the vestibule. Please help with distribution by picking up
envelope booklets for those of family, friends, or others unable to
pick up themselves.
Nights of Mercy. During the Lenten season we are offering a series of special
events known as Nights of Mercy. These nights of Mercy will be on
certain Friday nights at St. Patrick’s of Shieldsville, MN from
7:00-8:30 pm and will include Eucharistic Adoration, Confession,
praise and worship music, and prayer ministry for those who would
like someone to pray with them. The first Night of Mercy was held
on February 19, 2021. Check the weekly schedules for future Nights of Mercy.
Catholic Services Appeal 2021 All are invited to participate
in the 2021 Catholic Services Appeal for the Archdiocese of St. Paul
and Minneapolis. The Catholic Services
Appeal Foundation is an
partnering with fellow
Catholics to share Christ’s love with neighbors in need through
ministries that serve the poor, support life, & strengthen the Faith.
From increasing direct support for the hungry & homeless to
providing ever-present hope to thousands, the CSAF continues to
create a better future for all.
3 ways to give; 1. Online givecsaf.org 2. Fill in the envelope &
place in parish collection basket 3. Mail your gift to: The Catholic
Services Appeal Foundation 12805 Hwy 55, Suite 210, Plymouth MN
55441. MHR/STC Goal $16,485 ($11,930 to date). STP Goal
$11,860 ($3,240 to date). Our parishes receive 50% of money raised
beyond our goal.
IT'S LENT! JOIN US FOR STATIONS OF THE CROSS AT SAINT PATRICK AND MOST HOLY REDEEMER
Fri, Feb 19, 8:00am at MHR
Tues, Feb 23, 8:00am at STP
Wed, Feb 24, 7:00pm at MHR
Fri, Feb 26, 8:00am at MHR
Tues, Mar 2, 8:00am at STP
Wed, Mar 3, 7:00pm at STP
Fri, Mar 5, 8:00am at MHR
Tues, Mar 9, 8:00am at STP
Wed, Mar 10, 7:00pm at MHR
Fri, Mar 12, 8:00am at MHR
Tues, Mar 16, 8:00am at STP
Wed, Mar 17, 7:00pm at STP
Fri, Mar 19, 8:00am at MHR
Tues, Mar 23, 8:00am at STP
Wed, Mar 24, 7:00pm at MHR
Fri, Mar 26, 8:00am at MHR
Tues, Mar 30, 8:00am at STP
Wed, Mar 31, 7:00pm at STP
ATTEND VIRTUAL MASS AT ST. PATRICK How to view live-streamed or recorded Sunday or Tuesday Masses from your home.
ATTEND VIRTUAL MASS AT ST. PATRICK
St. Patrick Masses are now viewable on YouTube! For Recent Masses, go to our YouTube page: Patrick ofallIreland
1st Reading: Genesis 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18 Psalm “I will walk before the Lord, in the land of the
living.” 2nd Reading: Romans 8:31b-34 Gospel: Mark 9:2-10
See usccb.org for full texts of these readings as well as for daily readings.
WHAT IS HAPPENING AT ST. PATRICK?
OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00p.m. Church open for private prayer during office hours Masses at St. Patrick: Sundays at 10:30 am Tuesdays at 8:30 am Masses Streamed on our YouTube page: Patrick ofAllIreland See the Current Bulletin for other activities in our cluster parishes and nearby organizations.
Congratulations Fr. Tom!
Our parish cluster of Most Holy Redeemer-St. Canice and St.
Patrick are thankful to God our Father for the installation of our
Pastor, Fr Tom Niehaus. We wish him health, joy and peace. Together,
may we work to build up the church and glorify God's name.
Archbishop Hebda celebrated
Mass with us on July 26 as he formally installed Father Tom as
Celebrating Easter Mass in a snow storm. Only in Minnesota!
Mass was celebrated from cars in the St. Patrick parking lot and via live stream on Fr. Tom Niehaus's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/tom.niehaus.7902
If you missed it, check out the video copy at the St. Patrick Facebook page at www.facebook.com/spshieldsville.org
Recognize the altar platform?
In the parking lot after Easter Mass
MORE INFORMATION ON ST. PATRICK AND ARCHDIOCESE RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 SITUATION
FAITH FORMATION ON-SITE INSTRUCTION SUSPENDED
ATTENTION FAITH FORMATION PARENTS AND FAMILIES: On-Site instruction is suspended until further notice. From Father Tom: For the duration of this public health emergency, I am declaring that all religious instruction is to continue via on-line, email and phone based teaching with at-home learning to be carried out on a weekly basis. On-site Wednesday evening instruction is to be suspended until the all-clear is given by public and Church officials.
Picking up classroom material: If
you know the materials your child uses in the classroom you may pick
them up Wednesday March 18 from 6:15-7:45 p.m. or any day during office hours
(9 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.). If you aren't sure what you need to pick up
please contact your child's teacher for information.
All public on-site events at St. Patrick have been
suspended for the duration of the Covid-19 Public Emergency. See
information above about on-line Masses and Faith Formation classes. Office hours remain at 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. until further notice.
MARCH 14, OUR FIRST LENTEN FISH FRY GOOD FOOD, GOOD COMPANY.
Making Tambourines to Praise the Lord! Sunday, February 2
Sunday School students read a Bible story, then made a church out of egg cartons and finally made and decorated tambourines out of stapled together paper plates filled with chips to make a joyful noise. See the St. Patrick Facebook page for the results.
Sunday, February 2
Our Faith Formation Youth worked hard to prep all of the soups for our Souper Bowl Sale on super bowl weekend! The sale helped support their efforts to raise funds for our upcoming Food For Kidz packaging event scheduled for April 1st.
Lots of people eating delicious soup at home this week!
TRANSITIONS FOR ST. PATRICK YOUTH
Sunday, October 13 was a big day at St. Patrick. During Mass we welcomed some of our youth to new stages in their life in faith:
We welcomed one new member to St. Patrick through the Sacrament of Baptism.
Two second graders began their study for First Communion by Signing the Book of Enrollment.
Four eighth graders began their preparation for Confirmation by receiving their Confirmation bibles.
We will miss you, Tracy!
For more photos of Tracy's two retirement celebrations. see our
On the Feast Day for St. John Vianney, the patron saint of all priests, Father Tom invited the congregation to venerate the relic of St. John Vianney.
St. John Vianney was a parish priest in the small town of Ars, France, in the early 19th century. In the words of Father Tom, "He loved Jesus so much as a priest that his life of prayer and simplicity radiated a powerful love that attracted thousands of people to come to Ars to be healed and forgiven."
(The Youth Group) Spent the morning tie dying
t-shirts for Steubenville! Steubenville is a teen retreat in
Rochester that St. Patrick’s teens team up with Most Holy Redeemer
teens! This year's theme is Belong!
We wish all our students a happy summer and look forward to seeing them in the fall.
This item from the April 28 Bulletin says it all. THANK YOU!
May 5, 2019
First Holy Communion Sunday
FROM OUR FACEBOOK PAGE Parish Youth Minister Amy Schendel wrote on April 24:
Tonight was a wonderful night! Our 8th and 9th religious education classes helped pick up sticks at Al and Betty David’s home tonight. It was a fun night and we all enjoyed helping them out.
March 03, 2019 Setting the Table for Steubenville: The Social Hall was elegantly decorated for this Ladies Luncheon to raise money to send our youth to Steubenville.
March 03, 2019 Setting the Table for Steubenville: Each table had a different theme.
March 03, 2019 Setting the Table for Steubenville: Lots of flowers throughout the hall. A day to remember.
January 20, 2019 Youth Group braved the elements today (below zero!) and hung up the wooden stations of the cross plaques donated by Father Berry Schneider! Now the parishioners of our parish can enjoy walking through the pine trees praying the stations of the cross. We hope to get a sign made saying, “The Stations of the Cross in memory of Father Berry Schneider.”
December 09: 5th graders sponsored a bake sale as a fundraiser for our February Food for Kidz pack.
November 17-18. Religious Education Grades 4 and 7 students sponsored the Soup to Go sale as a one of our fundraisers for Food for Kidz.
Watch for another soup sale the first weekend in February.
Youth Group had a great time putting up the Giving Tree on November 11! Stop by next weekend after Mass and take a tag to help The Earnest Effort Christmas Wish! Bring unwrapped gifts to the parish office between now and December 17!
Another Successful Holiday Open House! Mark your calendars for next year -- 2nd weekend in November.
Religious Education Students in Pre-School/Kindergarten/Grade 1 sponsored a Bake Sale as a fundraiser for the Food For Kidz project.
Seven parish youth participated in the 2018 Steubenville Youth Conference.
May 12, 2018
Grand Party 2018. A time to meet friends and have fun.
First a fine Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings ...
Grand Party, 2018
Then dancing to the music of the Downtown Sound Band.
Lots of fun for all!
May 1, 2018
Congratulations to the Confirmation class of 2018!!
May 6, 2018 Our newly confirmed students celebrated
becoming full participants in the faith. Parents had made the promises
of faith for their children at baptism and received the baptismal
candle. In this ceremony, parents pass on the baptismal light to the
confirmands signifying that they are now in charge of their faith. Watch
the video on our Facebook page of the parents lighting their candles,
which they then will pass on to, the confirmands. 2018 confirmands are
from front to back: Samuel Manahan, Romecio Davis, Madelyn Skjeveland,
Holly Schendel, Kyle Chappuis, Jonathon Caron, Joshua Caron
May 6, 2018
Congratulations to St. Patrick youth who are graduating from high school this year. Here Claire Drentlaw and Andrew Dozark receive a blessing from Father Victor.
Other St. Patrick graduates are Taylor Beaupre, Rose Chmelik, Griffin Ernste, McKenzie Filipek, Ciera Fitzpatrick, Ellee Huber, Karl Jacobson, Kathryn McDonough, Michael Stephanites.
April 21, 2018: We celebrated Father Victor's
Silver Anniversary of his Ordination to the Priesthood with a Mass of
Thanksgiving and a Luncheon and Reception.