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  • Make Church matter

     

    We believe that our mission is to respond joyfully to Christ’s call to become more fully the people of God and as disciples to carry on Christ's mission and His Church in our communities and beyond.

    Christ's mission is carried on by proclaiming the Gospel of forgiveness, love, mercy and reconciliation to every person.

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  • Upcoming Events

    • April 27 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
      Next Sunday we will witness a historic and important event from St. Peter's Square as Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II will be declared "saints." Our celebration of Easter continues! Join us in Prayer for Peace on the Divine Mercy Sunday as we remember the two newly canonized saints of the Church: John XXIII and John Paul II.
    • May 3
      The celebration of First Communion will take place May 3, 10, 11. All are invited. For specific times click on the event.
    • May 4 10:00 AM
      Join St. Patrick's for the Graduation Mass 2014 as we congratulate, celebrate, and send off the young men and women of our parish to college. We are so proud of them and wish them all the best.
    • May 5 7:00 PM
      The Sacrament of Confirmation will be celebrated on Monday, May 5th, 2014 at St. Gabriel Parish, 151 Mendon St., Upton, MA. Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the Mass.
    • September 13 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      The annual fall festival will occur on the second Saturday of September.
  • News

    • April 20
      The Resurrection may be the hardest thing for people to accept about Christianity. Some agnostics embrace Jesus as a compassionate sage. Seekers, if they're closer to belief, might even accept Jesus as a miracle worker?healing the sick, stilling storms, feeding crowds and the like. But rising from the dead? Well, that can be, to use a Gospel term, a stumbling block.
    • April 20
      On behalf of Deacon Patrick, Jackie, Craig, Mary, Mary Lou, and Shelly, I wish you and your family a joy-filled and hope-filled Easter. May Jesus, who overcame death and conquered every fear help us to live each day remembering that He is alive; that He is bigger than anything or any situation; and that his power is real.
    • April 19
      For each of us, too, there is a "Galilee" at the origin of our journey with Jesus. "To go to Galilee" means something beautiful, it means rediscovering our baptism as a living fountainhead, drawing new energy from the sources of our faith and our Christian experience.
    • April 16
      Mark your calendar. We are in the process of planning a whitewater rafting outing for teens on Thursday, June 26. More info to come soon. Let your friends know.
    • April 12
      We wish to congratulate Jennifer and share the good news of her upcoming reception into the full communion in the Catholic Church. Jen will receive the Sacraments of First Communion and Confirmation at the Easter Vigil this week.