9/1 First day of school, 2016-17 school year
Phyllis Koss - retired 2nd grade teacher and webmaster - asked us to convey her message below. Please share with whomever you wish.
While exploring options for palliative ways of dealing with end stage congestive heart failure, it was discovered that I have a mass that completely fills my belly. Lots of unknowns about this mass but since the answers will not change the outcome in any way, I have chosen to finish my journey on this earth in peace untroubled by unpleasant side effects of testing and treatment. Please join me in thanking God for His daily gifts and surprises.
If you wish to visit, please respect my limited physical energies and make your visit short and sweet rather than memorable because of exhaustion after.
Thank you for your prayers, friendship, and support. And until we all meet on the other side, may He hold you in the palm of His hand.
If you would like to help Phyllis, please follow this link. The community name is "Koss."
New Church Mass Times
Starting this weekend (June 4/5), the Mass times
will be as follows: Saturday @ 5pm, Sunday @ 8:30am, 10:30am, and 7pm. The 7pm
Mass will be thru the summer only.
Summer Office Hours
Beginning the week of June 6, the school office
hours will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am-1pm. The office will be
closed the week of July 4.
A Call to Serve
The Saint Patrick School Committee (formerly called the
Education Committee) has openings for anyone interested in becoming a member of
this committee. The School Committee meets monthly, typically the third Tuesday of the month, and serves as an
advisory group to the principal and pastor. There is also opportunity to serve
a more active role on various sub-committees. If you are interested, would like
more information, or have questions, please contact Principal Dan Bell at (firstname.lastname@example.org 715-386-3941), Fr. John, or Lynn Huebsch (email@example.com or 651-295-3759), current chairperson of the
Supply Lists Now Available – 2016-17
That was depressing to even write! Here is a supply list for next year, and it is also available as a Sycamore
Save Your Cans
Please save your clean aluminum
cans and turn in to the lower level garage at Saint Patrick Church. 7th
and 8th grade students who every fall attend ELC (Wolf Ridge Environmental
Learning Center) can get a monetary credit for crushing these throughout the
year, thus receiving a tuition break.
Parish Summer Youth Programs
There are many summer youth activities
and programs for students 4 years old to seniors in High School being hosted
and led by our Parish this summer. Check out all this summer's offerings
at http://stpatrickofhudson.org/youth_ministry and sign your kids up for a fun summer of faith
and friends. Volunteers needed for all activities too, see where you can
lend a helping hand.
of Grace – Upcoming Opportunities
Thinking of becoming Catholic or know someone who is?
Information here: RCIA info
Saint Patrick School Online at http://www.stpatrickofhudson.org
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YOU CAN AFFORD A CATHOLIC
EDUCATION FOR YOUR CHILDREN!
We welcome families from all religious, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds, who desire an exceptional education.
“We never want money to stand between a family and giving their child a great education.”
- FR. JOHN