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Join Dr. John Konicek as we dive further into the Eighth Beatitude where Jesus says: "Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven." Together, let's all learn more about what this upside down announcement means. Resources for further reflection: GAUDETE ET EXULTATE: Apostolic Exhortation of …
 
Join Dr. John Konicek as we dive further into the Seventh Beatitude where Jesus says: "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God." Together, let's all learn more about what this upside down announcement means. Resources for further reflection: GAUDETE ET EXULTATE: Apostolic Exhortation of the Holy Father Francis http://w2…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Great teams know what it means to have a home field advantage. We built ours by strengthening the pillars of our community - Hospitality, Liturgy, Stewardship, Social Justice, and Formation - through engaging talks and workshops. This half day conference was a time to build our home field advantage. Use the player below to listen to the workshops f…
 
Join Dr. John Konicek as we dive further into the sixth Beatitude where Jesus says: "Blessed are the clean of heart, for they will see God." Together, let's all learn more about what this upside down announcement means. Resources for further reflection: GAUDETE ET EXULTATE: Apostolic Exhortation of the Holy Father Francis http://w2.vatican.va/conte…
 
Fr. Sean Carroll, S.J., is the executive director of the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Mexico. He shared with us his experience and insight at our Civic Academy on February 28. Please take a listen to what he has to share, and if you would like to learn more and get involved with our Matthew 25 Project, visit stpatcc.org/matthew25…
 
Join Dr. John Konicek as we dive further into the fifth Beatitude where Jesus says: "Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy." Together, let's all learn more about what this upside down announcement means. Resources for further reflection: GAUDETE ET EXULTATE: Apostolic Exhortation of the Holy Father Francis http://w2.vatican.va/cont…
 
Join Dr. John Konicek as we dive further into the fourth Beatitude where Jesus says: "Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be satisfied." Together, let's all learn more about what this upside down announcement means. Resources for further reflection: GAUDETE ET EXULTATE: Apostolic Exhortation of the Holy Father Fr…
 
Join Dr. John Konicek as we dive further into the third Beatitude where Jesus declares: "Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land." Together, let's all learn more about what this upside down announcement means. Resources for further reflection: GAUDETE ET EXULTATE: Apostolic Exhortation of the Holy Father Francis http://w2.vatican.va/co…
 
Join Dr. John Konicek as we dive further into the second Beatitude where Jesus declares: "Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted." These words echo the words of the prophet Isaiah in chapter 61. In this passage, Isaiah announces that God has sent him to comfort all who mourn. Each of us must ask ourselves how God is requesting us to…
 
Welcome to the first episode of our brand new monthly podcast on the Beatitudes. Look for new episodes on the last Tuesday of each month for the next 8 months as we unpack what it means to be Christian Disciples in Mission who are Living Beyond Sunday through the Beatitudes. Saint Paul says that what truly counts is “faith working through love” (Ga…
 
On Saturday, April 7, around 200 women from our parish, visitors, and guests gathered together for Mass, breakfast, and a talk from Sr. Dorothy K. Ederer, who is a Dominican sister and author of 15 books. She spoke about "Women of Courage, Compassion & Confidence." It was a wonderful time of fellowship and inspiration.…
 
Joel Stepanek, Director of Resource Development for LIFE TEEN, speaker and author, joined the men gathered at St. Patrick Catholic Community's Men's Mass & Breakfast on March 10, 2018. He shares some practical insights on living a life of faith using Ignatian spirituality.על ידי mediaministry@stpatcc.org
 
" The Art of Forgiveness"- January 30, 2018 Clearly in Jesus' teaching a requirement for discipleship is to have a forgiving heart. Jesus Himself modeled his teaching from the cross. But forgiveness is really a process with specific steps toward the goal of forgiveness. In our time together, we will identify those steps of forgiveness and in the en…
 
From a Roman prison, Paul, "in chains," writes to his converts in the thoroughly Roman city of Philippi to thank them for their supportive gift. In his letter, Paul specifies how being "in Christ" is an enterprise of joy, even in the midst of suffering. Paul's advice to his beloved Philippians applies to us as well, teaching us that the joy of our …
 
Parishioner Kevin Peck spoke to the men of the parish on Saturday, January 20 at the Men's Mass & Breakfast. Kevin, married to Christine and a father to three girls, Kevin ministers on The Edge Middle School Ministry Core Team as well as The Life Teen High School Core Team. He also plays drums in the music ministry. Growing up a Mennonite and conve…
 
In Christian marriage, spouses model the love and self-gift of Christ. By giving of themselves and serving one another, their family, and community, they help one another live out Christ’s call to discipleship, love, and service. The Sacrament of Marriage provides a foundation for a family committed to community, solidarity, and Jesus’ mission in t…
 
Sin ruptures not only our relationship with God but also with our brothers and sisters. By the nourishing light of the Holy Spirit, we are able to prepare for the Sacrament of Reconciliation by examining our consciences to identify those ways in which we are not in right relationship with God and with others. This examination also challenges us to …
 
In the Church's Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, through the ministry of the priest, it is Jesus who touches the sick to heal them from sin – and sometimes even from physical ailment. His cures were signs of the arrival of the Kingdom of God. The core message of his healing tells us of his plan to conquer sin and death by his dying and rising. T…
 
Join Father Eric Tellez, pastor of St. Patrick and Kevin McGloin, Director of Liturgy & Youth Ministry in this three part podcast series as they explore the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. In the Roman Catholic Church, the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist are called the Sacraments of Initiation. These sacraments …
 
Join Father Eric Tellez, pastor of St. Patrick and Kevin McGloin, Director of Liturgy & Youth Ministry in this three part podcast series as they explore the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. In the Roman Catholic Church, the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist are called the Sacraments of Initiation. These sacraments …
 
Join Father Eric Tellez, pastor of St. Patrick and Kevin McGloin, Director of Liturgy & Youth Ministry in this three part podcast series as they explore the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. In the Roman Catholic Church, the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist are called the Sacraments of Initiation. These sacraments …
 
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