I am the light of the world, says the Lord; whoever follows me will have the light of life.




Nominate Parish Council

Please nominate someone you think would be a good candidate to help out on the Parish Council.  You may also self nominate!

You are invited to get involved at St. Patrick!

The parish continues to grow and there are many opportunities for everyone to get involved. Many hands make light work.  Please consider attending or supporting any of the activities below or contact the parish office to volunteer for something else!


Least of My Brethren food pantry is having a Costco gift card drive throughout Lent. You can help us by giving one dollar a day for the 40 days of Lent towards a gift card. If you would like to participate in this project, please drop off the Costco gift card to the parish office during regular office hours.


Join us every Friday during Lent, February 24 through March 31 from 5 PM to 8 PM for our Lenten Fish Frys. Dine-in, Drive Thru, and Carry-out options available. Gluten free options available. Volunteers needed.


Preparation begins on Thursday, March 30 with consecration after the 10 AM Mass on Sunday, May 7. Books for sale in the parish office, both original copy and the family edition. Study from home.


Join us on Saturday, April 22 for the Knights of Columbus Game Feed. Doors open at 6 PM with dinner at 7 PM. Tickets are $50 each or a table of 6 for $300. When purchased you are entered in a drawing to win a 12ga. shotgun.


Sunday and Monday, April 23-24
The Parish Mission that was supposed to be this Sunday and Monday has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. Join us instead on Sunday and Monday, April 23-24 at 7 PM each night with talks on Prayer: The Need, the How, and the Transformation.


There are many on-going ways that you can get involved with our parish family. Find all of the ways you and your family can share your talent, time, and treasure here. Questions, contact the parish office.

Faith Resources

There is a lot going on in our world today.  Turning to the Lord in all things can help us to make some sense of it and find peace.  Check out these resources to grow in your faith.


The realities of a changing world call for new directions to strengthen parish life across the Archdiocese of Omaha.



The National Eucharistic Revival is a movement to restore understanding and devotion to this great mystery here in the United States.



The Catholic Voice is the digital media outlet for the Archdiocese of Omaha, spread across the 23 counties of northeastern Nebraska, serving more than 230,000 people.


The community of St Patrick is one of faith and commitment to the Lord.

We, the faithful community of St. Patrick, are using our collective gifts to serve the Lord and one another.  Through worship, faith, formation, education, and outreach we strive to be a sign of Christ’s presence in our community and the world.



The Mass is our most important prayer as Catholic Christians. The Church tells us that celebrating the Mass is the “source and summit” of our Christian life.


Saturday – 5 PM
Sunday – 8 AM, 10 AM, Noon

Rosary 30 minutes before each Mass


Tuesday – Evening Mass at 6:00 PM
Wednesday – Morning Mass at 7:30 AM
Thursday – Morning Mass at 7:30 AM
Friday – Morning Mass at 7:30 AM


Morning Mass at 7:30 AM
Evening Mass at 6:00 PM

Holidays on weekdays – Morning Mass at 9:00 AM

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Saturday – 4:00-4:40 PM

If you are unable to come to confession at the scheduled time, please contact Father Baxter.

Learn MoreEmail Father Baxter

Tuesday, March 28
    3 PM – 4 PM
    6:30 PM – 8 PM
Wednesday, March 29
    3 PM – 4 PM
    6:30 PM – 8 PM
Thursday, March 30
    3 PM – 4 PM
    6:30 PM – 8 PM
Friday, March 31
    3 PM – 4 PM only
Saturday, April 1
    4 PM – 4:40 PM
Tuesday, April 4
    3 PM – 4 PM
    6:30 PM – 8 PM
Wednesday, April 5
    3 PM – 4 PM
    6:30 PM – 8 PM
There will be no 4 PM Confessions on Saturday, April 8.

Traveling and don’t want to miss Mass?  Click below.


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Building Access

Main East Entrance (Narthex) 
– Open Monday thru Thursday from 6 AM to 7 PM
– Friday from 6 AM to 4:30 PM
– Saturday from 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM
– Sunday 6 AM to 1:30 PM

Weekend Masses Only:
– All church entrances unlocked half hour prior to start of Mass
– All church entrances except the Main East Entrance (Narthex) locked five minutes after Mass begins

Church Basement / Elevator – locked around-the-clock every day of the week
Conference / Meeting Rooms – available for limited use with the approval of office

Contact Office for Access Arrangements

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Save the days and times of our upcoming Confessional times. Lent is a season on penance of looking to the Fathers mercy. Come cleanse your soul before Easter!
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I was blind and now I see. The blind man in the Gospel today gives us an example to follow - that is to follow Jesus instructions. It sounds ridiculous to spit in the dirt to make mud, rub it on a mans eyes, and then tell him to wash in a specific water. Yet that is exactly what Jesus does and the man is healed! We do not understand the works of the Lord, but He does all for our good. Do we have enough faith to walk in trust of the Lords plan and not our own?
This weekend our parish will take up the Catholic Relief Services Collection. Funds from this collection provide food to the hungry, support to displaced refugees, and brings Christ’s love and mercy to vulnerable people here and abroad. Please give generously to the collection and reveal Christ’s love to those most in need. Learn more about the collection at www.usccb.orb/catholic-relief.
Friday Funny - St. Patricks Day Edition

How can you spot a jealous shamrock?
It will be green with envy.
Thank you to the Craoi na Tire Studio of Irish Dance dancers for coming out last night to bring entertainment during out parish family Hooley! Another big thank you to the AOH-Sarpy County NE. Ancient Order of Hibernians for sponsoring the event and serving the meal. Thank you to all other volunteers who helped cook, set-up, run games, clean-up, etc. We could not have done it without all of you! Happy St. Patricks Day to you and your family!

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We love this show and event! Thanks for having us!

Excellent, excellent food....love the entertainment..All well done.

The young folks did a great job 👏

Wonderful celebration!💚💚🍀🧙‍♀️


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Meat on St. Patrick’s Day, even though it’s a Friday during Lent? Archbishop George Lucas has issued a dispensation from abstaining from meat for all Catholics in the Archdiocese of Omaha on Friday, March 17 - Saint Patricks Day.

Want to know what other dioceses have a dispensation in set for St. Patricks Day, check out https://www.ncregister.com/news/the-meat-of-the-matter-st-patrick-s-day-and-the-lenten-fast.
Spirit Catholic Radio and the Archdiocese of Omaha invite you to join us at our Eucharistic Encounter this June!

Celebrate and deepen our faith in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. There is no need to register. Just join us at one of the three events that are nearest you.

Tuesday, June 20 – Cathedral of the Risen Christ - Lincoln, Nebraska 
Wednesday, June 21 – St. Marys Cathedral Grand Island NE 
Thursday, June 22 – St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Omaha

Fr. Malachy Napier, CFR, will be the keynote speaker at each event, and the local bishop of the respective diocese will also speak at the event. Mark your calendars now so you dont forget!
Youre needed for a day of advocacy at the Capitol at Catholics at the Capitol on Wednesday, April 12 from 8 AM to 2 PM! Learn from Governor Pillen, Nebraska Catholic Conference staff, and State Senators about advancing the cause for life, family, religious liberty, and more. Plus, meet your state senator, and learn how to advocate year-round. Tickets are $15, covering the cost of refreshments and lunch. Don’t let yourself be spoken for. Sign up at NECatholic.org.
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Beautiful testimony

Jesus thirsts for you. He thirsts for your love and your worship. He deeply desires to have a relationship with you! During this Lenten journey, we should be turning our gaze back to Jesus as we fast from the things of this world that distract us from Him. How are you doing this Lent? How is your relationship with God flourishing?
Dont forget to change your clocks tonight. Id hate for you to miss Mass tomorrow because you were an hour off.

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Thankful for the phone alarm being the right time! 😆

Friday Funny

Two birds are sitting on a perch and one says Do you smell fish?

So we dont have perch, but we have Alaskan pollock at our Gretna Knights of Columbus Fish Fry. Join us tonight!
On each of the Fridays of Lent, a plenary indulgence is granted to the faithful who, after Communion, recite the “Prayer Before a Crucifix”:

“Look down upon me, good and gentle Jesus while before Thy face I humbly kneel and, with burning soul, pray and beseech Thee to fix deep in my heart lively sentiments of faith, hope and charity; true contrition for my sins; and a firm purpose of amendment; while I contemplate with great love and tender pity Thy five most precious wounds, pondering over them within me while I call to mind the words which David Thy prophet said of Thee, my Jesus: “They have pierced My hands and My feet, they have numbered all My bones.”  Amen.
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