The Lord will bless His people with peace.




Nominate Irish Person of the Year!

The Irish Person (or Couple) of the Year is a tradition at St. Patrick Catholic Church. Each year a person or couple who has gone above and beyond sharing their time, talent, and treasure with our parish community is recognized. If you know of someone that you feel is worthy of this honor, please nominate them. Be as specific as possible on the time, talent, and/or treasure that they share.

**Voting will take place the second week of February by the St. Patrick Parish Council.

There is a lot going on 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!


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.


Join a Small Group This Lent
Looking for a way to grow in fellowship and the faith at the same time? Consider joining a small group this Lent. Sign up to be placed in a group.


Saturday, February 11
This year’s St. Patrick Preschool Taste of the Arts fundraiser, is Saturday, February 11. It will be a We Love our School theme. Get your tickets now!


Mondays: February 20 – April 10
Join fellow parishioners in discovering how we become heirs to the promises and blessings of Christ through faith with an adult Bible study from Ascension!


 Saturday, February 25-26
Enjoy a weekend away from the noise and busyness of life and focused instead on spiritual renewal and community building. Be a part of our parish renewal.


The Knights are looking for wild game for their 3rd annual Game Feed. Keep them in mind for a donation: pheasant, quail, duck, goose, deer, boar, elk, jerky, summer sausage, and antelope. Thank you.


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.

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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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Due to unforeseen circumstances, we need to postpone our parish mission.  It will NOT occur this weekend.  New date coming soon!
We are thankful for the Sarpy County Sheriffs Office!

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Looking good! Thank you for all you do for St Pats!!❤️✝️

Today the Church celebrates World Day for Consecrated Life. In this vocation men and women seek an intimate relationship with Christ, many living in convents and monastaries. These witnesses show the world that we are all ultimately called to unite with Christ. Please pray for all those living this radical life, following Jesus.

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& Thanks to each & every one of you…& especially Thanks to our pastor Fr Baxter🙏


Remember to nominate worthy parishioners for Irish Person of the Year!  Voting happens next week!

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Congratulations Joan. You are so deserving.

Thank you for the honor in 2020! 💚💚🍀🍀There are many in our parish to nominate for 2023 💚💚🍀🍀

The month of February is traditionally dedicated to the Passion of Our Lord in anticipation of the liturgical season of Lent. In this month, we begin to meditate on the mystery of Jesus sufferings which culminated in His death on the Cross for the redemption of mankind.
Lent will be starting in just 3 weeks. Do you have any plans on how you will grow in relationship with Jesus this year? Might I suggest joining a small group within the parish. Meeting together each week to read and reflect on Scripture and making friends within the parish through our Live Lent Together program.

Do you feel called to lead a group like this? Find out more during a small group in the parish center at 6:30 PM.
This week is Catholic Schools Week, the perfect time to reserve your seat for the upcoming St. Patricks Preschool Fundraiser Taste of the Arts (TOA) if you havent already. Heres a preview of some of the auction items you wont want to miss out on.

Register today at
The Beatitudes lie at the heart of Christs teaching, for they describe our relationship to the Kingdom in three ways. First, these simple rules address our highest desire: happiness with God. For, only God can satisfy the heart. Second, they describe the path to God for us as individuals and together as a Church. Through the Beatitudes, we share Gods very life (sanctifying grace) because we enter into His Kingdom. Finally, they challenge us to live moral lives by putting God first. If we want to know what it truly means to be a Christian, read the Beatitudes in Matthew 5.
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Modern Beatitudes be like, Blessed are those who hunger and thirst, for they are sticking to their diet.
Catholic composers, poets, and songwriters are invited to join the effort to renew our zeal for the Eucharist in ways that words cannot express through the Eucharistic Revival Musical Competition.

Award-winning submissions will be featured at the 2024 National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, used in liturgies and events marking the Eucharistic Revival in dioceses across the country, and will receive a $2,500 cash prize.

Find out more at
Today is the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle. We are all in need of conversion of heart to know, love, and serve the Lord more freely. We are blessed to have Katie Scriba joining us next week (February 5 & 6 at 7 PM each night) to talk to us about Prayer: the Need, the How, and the Transformation. Bring a friend along that they might have a conversion of heart with you!
Join us for a new Bible study, Galatians: Set Free to Live, starting Mondays, February 20 at 7 PM in the Parish Center. Presenter Jeff Cavins explores what Paul’s letter to the Galatians reveals how Christ fulfilled the Law and set us free to live in the Spirit. Discover the extraordinary gift of salvation that Jesus has won for us, and how we can unite ourselves to Christ’s redeeming sacrifice. Register at
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