Welcome to our Linked Parishes
“As a Eucharistic community, rich in diversity, united in our Catholic faith,
we strive to live and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
“Como una comunidad eucarística, ricos en diversidad, unidos en nuestra fe católica, nos esforzamos por vivir y proclamar el Evangelio de Jesucristo.”
Help us welcome our visitors from our El Salvador Partner Parish!
We are very happy to welcome Father Joaquin and parish workers, Mario and Bartola who are coming to visit our parishes. The El Salvador Committee and St. Raphael – St. Patrick Pastoral Staff is working very hard to plan a great visit for them.
We want all parishioners to be a part of this welcoming time. This is Father Joaquin’s third visit to our parish. We are very happy to reciprocate the gracious hospitality we receive when we visit their parish. We have known Father Joaquin for 15 years as we have worked together to build relationships between our parishes
All parishioners are welcome to join us for the activities. Click the link below for the full schedule.
Catholicism DVD Series
Parishes of St. Patrick and St. Raphael will begin a 10 week study on the church starting Sunday Sept 21. The series – Catholicism – is a DVD and discussion one presented by Father Robert Barron. We will meet each week in the Cathedral Center from 3-5pm through Sunday November 23. There is no charge to attend and one does not have to attend all the sessions. If you wish more information please call Susan at 583-9749.
Are you Interested in going to NCYC in November 2015?
Contact Jean Leute for more information at DBQ054FF@dbqarch.org or 563-582-7646!
A new apostolate is beginning and we are looking for women to commit to pray one hour a week in front of the Blessed Sacrament, either exposed or in the Tabernacle, for Father Toale’s and/or Father Alan’s intentions, ministry and sanctification.
For more information or to make a prayer commitment contact: