October 2020
Thank you
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St. Patrick Church




Picture of Bishop Persico




Bishop Persico marks eighth anniversary in the diocese with a letter to the faithful.

Click here to view the letter

At this time, please consider using the "My Parish" App on your phone or tablet. 
You will have access to readings for the day, prayers, the bulletin, any mesaages from the diocese and our parish, and other information.

You can access this app from myparishapp.com or by texting App to phone number 88202.
Be sure to choose St. Patrick, Franklin as your home parish.




Welcome

We always welcome new members at St. Patrick Church in Franklin, Pennsylvania. Please call us today or download the registration form and it return to the Church office.  The mission of St. Patrick Roman Catholic Parish is to establish Christian discipleship through worship, ministry, and evangelism, and to serve a people who seek to grow in faith and love of God.

This is suspended for now - Also, please plan on joining us in Dion Auditorium on the second Sunday of each month for coffee and doughnuts and for a chance to meet some of our other members.


Today, St. Patrick Parish has 900 families and over 2500 members. It is a vibrant parish with many ministry opportunities as well as several Catholic organizations, including Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Knights of Columbus, Catholic War Veterans, and Christian Mothers. St. Patrick Community Food Pantry, which began in 2005, serves the needy within the parish boundaries-Catholic and non-Catholic alike.

The parish campus includes St. Patrick Church which faces Liberty Street; St. Patrick School which faces Buffalo Street; and Dion Auditorium, facing 10th Street, which houses the parish offices,a gymasium, and a conference room.

Mass Times

Daily:
9 a.m., barring a funeral Mass, when daily Mass is cancelled and replaced with funeral Mass
Saturday:
4:30 p.m.
Sunday:
8, 10:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass:
9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Holy Day Vigil:
Check bulletin