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Sacred Heart St.Patrick's Parish
Mass Schedule:
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church at Division & N. Dewey St
  • Saturday 8:30am - for the Year of Mercy
  • Saturday 4pm & Sunday 10:30am
St. Patrick's Church at Oxford & Fulton St
  • Sunday 7:30am & 9am
Benedictine Chapel in the Parish Center at St. Patrick's
  • Tuesday - Thursday 8am, & Friday - 12 noon
Reconciliation (Confession)   

Adoration (Benedictine Chapel)
  • Monday - Friday 6am - 9pm, scheduled
  • Doors open between 8am - 4:30pm

Monthly Healing Mass:
  • There will be a healing mass one Friday per month, at 12 noon in the
    Benedictine Chapel. During the Prayer of the Faithful, Fr George will
    mention by name those who wish for prayers during the mass.
  • After Mass, Father will offer the Sacrament of Anointing the Sick to
    whomever is in need of it.
  • To add your name to the list, please contact the Parish office.
Mission Statement
Sacred Heart of Jesus - St. Patrick's Parish, as one family, proclaim and
live our Catholic faith through liturgy, sacrament, and ministry. As a
united parish we seek to love and serve God and our neighbor.
Church Bulletins
United January 1, 1999
Fr. George
In Loving Memory of Sister
Let us pray: Eternal rest grant
unto her, O Lord, and let
perpetual light shine upon her

Home Visits: If you or someone
you know was visited by S.
Catherine, or if you need
Communion brought to you, please
contact the Parish Office.
Help Wanted!
Sacred Heart of Jesus—St. Patrick Parish, 322 Fulton Street, Eau Claire, is seeking a full-
time Business Manager/ Bookkeeper, 40 hours/week, Monday - Friday and other days as the
need arises. Interested candidates are asked to send a cover letter and resume on or
before Monday, October 24, 2016. For more information, contact Fr. George at 715-832-0925
or Detailed position description available upon request.
Tune in this Sunday, Oct. 23rd,
at 12:30pm, on WQOW channel
18.1 and see the new Knights of
documentary film on Divine

Narrated by actor Jim Caviezel,
The Face of Mercy explores
the history and relevance of
Divine Mercy by exploring the
powerful visions of a merciful
God revealed to St. Faustina, the
key role played by Pope John
Paul II who propelled the
message of Divine Mercy onto
the world stage, and the Year of
Mercy bestowed upon the
Church by Pope Francis.