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Daily Mass at St. Patrick’s Church

Monday, Communion Service:
8:00 AM
Tuesday – Friday:
8:00 AM

Weekend Masses at St. Albert Auditorium

Saturday:
5:00 PM
Sunday:
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM & 11:00 AM

Reconciliation at St. Albert Auditorium

Saturday:
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Adoration at St. Patrick’s Church

First Wednesday of the month:
8:30 AM – 3:00 PM

 

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St Patrick future church design
Located in the heart of Council Bluff, Iowa at 223 Harmony St, St. Patrick’s Church was founded in 1924 as the city’s fourth Catholic parish.  In the years following that, a St. Patrick’s school was built and decades later merged into St. Albert’s schools.  Major renovations on the inside and outside of the church occurred in many of the decades since being built, and now the turn of the next century, a new church is being built to serve the over 850 registered families. The site of the new location is positioned at the corner of Valley View Drive and College Rd, situated across from the Iowa Western Community College campus and College View Elementary. Details on the new church can be viewed on the Building Project page.


Let it not be said that there is a lack of ways to stay involved in the parish. There are activities for young and old, men and women. The Knights of Columbus, Serra Club, and Catholic Daughters of America are all well-established national organizations in the parish. The Women’s Book Club and That Man is You are both recently adopted faith formation groups. There is also RCIA for prospective Catholics and numerous events throughout the year for children. Lay Ministries are also an excellent method of being involved in the Mass service whether Altar Serving, Cantoring, Lecturing, Ushering, or Eucharistic Ministry.

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The miracle of Turin, Italy

In June 1453, two soldiers were released from military service. As they traveled through Exilles, Italy, they decided to pillage and rob the local church. They stole costly vestments, candleholders, and other articles including an item containing a large consecrated Host.
They decided to take the stolen goods to Turin in the hopes of selling them. When the thieves entered Turin on June 6, 1453, the mule carrying the stolen goods stumbled and fell to the ground. All of the stolen goods scattered on the ground. However, the consecrated Host rose from the ground and floated in the air. Rays of light radiated from the Host. Nearby residents came to the marketplace called the Piazza of Grain where the Host remained suspended in the air.

In 1584, on the order of the Holy See, the Host was consumed after having been perfectly preserved for 131 years.
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