• In the weeks ahead, our parish representative from Solutio, Inc., will be setting up the advertising for our website for the year.
  • Please consider participating in this effort since the revenue from the ads is what makes the website possible at no cost to the parish.
  • It’s a great way to get your name in front of the families in the parish.  Advertisements may be purchased for a business, family memorial, or you can sponsor an ad supporting Catholic Charities, Knights of Columbus, Vocations, etc.
  • Please give these ideas some thought. We need and appreciate your help!  If you are interested or just curious as to prices and want more information, please contact (631) 315-6047 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To learn more about pricing click here:


Welcome to the Home Page of our new website for St. Patrick's Church!


Fr. Ken Hand Returns to his Diocese.

First Holy Communion was celebrated last Saturday.

Spearheaded by Kerry Scott, our young people are meeting Monday,
May 7 at 3 pm. Please call Kerry for more information, 631-765-9550.

Also, the group is asking for donations of used sports equipment.
This includes soccer nets & ball, badminton/volleyball sets, kickball
Please call Tom Regan in the office for more information, 631-765-3442.


Here are photos from last Monday's meeting:




Our next Rosary Altar Society meeting will be Tuesday, May 8 at 6:30 pm. 

If the weather is nice, we will say the Rosary outside and crown the Blessed
Mother statue in the grotto.  This will be followed by an ice cream social and
our business meeting downstairs.  It will be a fun evening.

Hope to see you all there, and bring a friend.


Mary Pedersen

In just a few hours a month, you can impact a child’s future. By simply grabbing a slice of pizza, taking a trip to the library or to the park, you can make a difference in the life of a child. What is a Big? A ‘Big’ is a volunteer mentor who is matched in a one-to-one relationship with a child (‘Little’) in our program. A mentor is a friend, a supporter, a positive and consistent addition to the life of a Little. A Big Brother or Big Sister is not a replacement parent, a babysitter or a therapist. Children need someone to help share a different perspective on life and help them realize their endless potential.

Take the first step! Visit www.bbbsli.org/become-a-big/ Or call 516-731-7880 x212.

Our CMA Appeal for 2018 has begun

2018 CMA Bishop Barres Message from CMA DRVC on Vimeo.