St. Patrick Church

215 Jackson St., Brooklyn IA

Welcome to St. Patrick's!

We are so happy to have you with us!

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Mass & Confession Times

Mass

Saturday

4:00pm

Confession

Sunday

7:00am

Mass

Sunday

8:00am

Mass

Wednesday

8:30am

Confession

Friday

4:15pm

Mass

Friday

5:30pm

May 29: Altar & Rosary Mtg

Altar and Rosary will meet Wednesday, May 29t at 5pm. Please note the time change due to the meeting of the group attending the 33 Days to Morning Glory retreat. 

June 2: Rolls and Coffee

NEXT SUNDAY: Please come downstairs after 8am Mass on Sunday, June 2nd for monkey bread, donuts, milk & coffee.  All are invited!

June 8: Parish Clean-Up Day

Many hands make light work! Please come and join us in a parish clean up day on Saturday, June 8, beginning at 9am as we spruce up our church and grounds.

May 22: St. Patrick Retreat

Join us for the 33 Days to Morning Glory Retreat at St. Patrick as we explore Marian consecration with the four giants of Marian spirituality: St. Louis de Montfort, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, and Pope St. John Paul II.

Meet on Wednesdays at 6:30pm in the church beginning May 22.

The retreat will consist of daily readings (approximately 4 minutes) and attending the weekly gathering, as you are able, to unpack these readings together.

Men's Retreat: June 2 at St. Mary

Men of all ages are invited to join in a men’s study on what it means to be a Catholic man. Kent Reed and Roy Doorenbos of St. Mary Knights of Columbus will be leading the study, using a Knights of Columbus video series featuring many well-known speakers including Scott Hahn, Jeff Cavins, Bishop Thomas Olmsted of Phoenix and Fr. Mike Schmitz.

These videos will present the Catholic perspective and start discussions about the issues that men (and boys) are facing in today's world, such as brotherhood, family, and leadership.

There will be 6 sessions on Sunday evenings from 7 - 8 pm, beginning June 2 and ending July 7 in the Manatt hall at St. Mary, Grinnell.

Participants will receive a supplemental book, Into the Breach, by Bishop Olmstead, which Knights have generously offered to purchase for participants.

Please call Roy Doorenbos at 641-260-0839 to register.