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Mass Schedule/ Horario de Misas Mon-Fri/Lun-Vier 6:30 a.m. Saturday/Sábado 8 a.m., 5 p.m. Sundays/Domingo: English 7:30 a.m., 9:15 a.m., 11 a.m. Español 12:45 p.m. Burmese 2:30 p.m. School of Religion K-8 Catecismo K-8 Wednesdays/Miercoles 7 p.m. (September—April) RCIA Classes (Adults) Tuesdays 6:30 p.m., Sept—Easter Personal Prayer Mon & Tue 7 am–7 pm Hora Santa Lunes 7-8pm Marriages/Matrimonios Please notify the pastor 8-10 months prior to wedding. Favor de notificar a la parroquia 8-10 meses antes. Baptisms/Bautismos By appointment only. Por cita solamente. Confessions/Confesiones 1/2 hr. before Sunday Masses, 3 p.m. Saturdays or by appointment Español– Domingos 12:00 p.m. jxÄvÉÅx àÉ fàA ctàÜ|v~ Vtà{ÉÄ|v V{âÜv{ 1086 North 94th Street Kansas City, Kansas 66112 (913) 299-3370 Parochial Administrator Fr. John Riley Vicar/Vicario Burmese Ministry Fr. Agustin Martinez Fr. Michael Van Lian Sacramental Assistance Deacon/Diácono Monsignor Gary Applegate Dave Cresswell

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  • Mass Schedule/ Horario de Misas

    Mon-Fri/Lun-Vier 6:30 a.m. Saturday/Sábado 8 a.m., 5 p.m. Sundays/Domingo: English 7:30 a.m., 9:15 a.m., 11 a.m. Español 12:45 p.m. Burmese 2:30 p.m.

    School of Religion K-8

    Catecismo K-8 Wednesdays/Miercoles 7 p.m.

    (September—April)

    RCIA Classes (Adults) Tuesdays 6:30 p.m., Sept—Easter

    Personal Prayer

    Mon & Tue 7 am–7 pm Hora Santa Lunes 7-8pm

    Marriages/Matrimonios

    Please notify the pastor 8-10 months prior to wedding.

    Favor de notificar a la parroquia 8-10 meses antes.

    Baptisms/Bautismos

    By appointment only. Por cita solamente.

    Confessions/Confesiones 1/2 hr. before Sunday Masses,

    3 p.m. Saturdays or by appointment Español– Domingos 12:00 p.m.

    jxÄvÉÅx àÉ fàA ctàÜ|v~ Vtà{ÉÄ|v V{âÜv{ 1086 North 94th Street

    Kansas City, Kansas 66112 (913) 299-3370

    Parochial Administrator Fr. John Riley

    Vicar/Vicario Burmese Ministry Fr. Agustin Martinez Fr. Michael Van Lian

    Sacramental Assistance Deacon/Diácono Monsignor Gary Applegate Dave Cresswell

  • Today’s Readings—The story of David and Saul in today’s First Reading functions almost like a parable. Showing mercy to his deadly foe, David gives a concrete example of what Jesus expects to become a way of life for His disciples. The new law Jesus gives in today’s Gospel would have us all become “Davids”—loving our enemies, doing good to those who would harm us, extending a line of credit to those who won’t ever repay us. The Old Law required only that the Israelites love their fellow countrymen (see Leviticus 19:18). The new law Jesus brings makes us kin to every man and woman (see also Luke 10:29–36). His kingdom isn’t one of tribe or nationality. It’s a fami-ly. As followers of Jesus, we’re to live as He lived among us—as “children of the Most High” (see Luke 6:35; 1:35). As sons and daughters, we want to walk in the ways of our heavenly Father, to “be merciful, just as your Father is merciful.” Grateful for His mercy, we’re called to forgive others their trespasses be-cause God has forgiven ours. In the context of today’s liturgy, we’re all “Sauls”— by our sinfulness and pride we make ourselves enemies of God. But we’ve been spared a death we surely deserved to die because God has loved and shown mercy to His enemies, “the ungrateful and the wicked,” as Jesus says. Jesus showed us this love in His Passion, for-giving His enemies as they stripped Him of cloak and tunic, cursed Him and struck Him on the cheek, condemned Him to death on a cross (see Luke 22:63–65; 23:34). “He redeems your life from destruction,” David reminds us in today’s Psalm. That’s the promise, too, of today’s Epistle: that we who believe in the “last Adam,” Jesus, will rise from the dead in His image, as today we bear the image of the “first Adam,” who by his sin made God an enemy and brought death into the world (see 1 Corinthians 15:21–22). Source: www.stpaulcenter.com

    Family Preparation for Sundays Sunday, February 24—Jesus continues to chal-lenge us by saying to love our enemies. It’s easy to love those who love us, but difficult to love those who don’t love or even like us. Do it anyway. It can be painful but Jesus promises our reward will be great, not in this world but in heaven. Aim for heavenly treasure and love everyone. Sunday, March 3—It’s so easy to see the sin in others yet we justify the sin in our own lives. If you want to truly be a disciple of Jesus, first weed out sin in your life. Others will not listen to your advice on being a good Christian when they see you liv-ing in disobedience to the faith.

    Scripture Readings for Week of February 25-March 3

    Mon/Lun: Sirach 1:1-10; Mark 9:14-29 Tue/Mar: Sirach 2:1-11; Mark 9:30-37 Wed/Mie: Sirach 4:11-19; Mark 9:38-40 Thur/Jue: Sirach 5:1-8; Mark 9:41-50 Fri/Vie: Sirach 6:5-17; Mark 10:1-12 Sat/Sab: Sirach 17:1-15; Mark 10:13-16 Sun/Dom: Sirach 27:4-7; 1 Corinthians 15:54-58; Luke 6:39-45

    Lenten Schedule: Wednesdays (except Ash Wednesday) of Lent at

    6 p.m. - Confessions (plus regular schedule) Fridays - Fish Dinners, 4:30-7 p.m.; Stations of

    the Cross, 5:30 p.m. in Church (No Mass)

    23rd ANNUAL JOINT DIOCESAN MASS WITH ANOINTING OF THE SICK

    The Order of Malta is pleased to sponsor this Mass for Catholics of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas and the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, with priests from both dioceses concele-brating. Archbishop Naumann will be the Principal Celebrant and Bishop Johnston will deliver the homily. This Mass with anointing of the sick, simi-lar to celebrations in Lourdes, France, will be at 10 am, Saturday, March 23, at Curé of Ars Church, 94th and Mission Road, Leawood. Church is espe-cially accessible for those with mobility concerns. Prior to Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered from 8:45 to 9:30 am. Those wishing to receive the Anointing of the Sick are asked to pre-register by phone or email. Please call 816-579-1370 or [email protected] and leave your name and correct spelling. Please join us in praying for all of our sick and suffering brothers and sisters. Need more information? Call Bob Fitz-gerald, 816-622-2323.

    Ash Wednesday is a day of strict fasting and abstinence from meat

  • MASS INTENTIONS AND EVENTS INTENCIONES Y EVENTOS

    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24-7 Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:00 a.m. Rosary 7:30 a.m. Mass Int: Jim Slonka † 8:45 a.m. Rosary 9:15 a.m. Mass Int: Anthony and Loretta Globoke † 10:30 a.m. Rosary 11:00 a.m. Mass Int: Joseph Wiggans † 12:45 p.m. (Spanish) Mass/Misa: Healing of the Sick 2:30 p.m. (Burmese) Mass: People of Parish MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: Ronnie Hargis † TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: Sophia Kovac 6:30 p.m. RCIA Class WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: J. R. Russell † 8:10 a.m. Mass Int: John Jurcyk, Jr. † 7:00 p.m. School of Religion Classes THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: Dale “Sonny” Brockman † FRIDAY, MARCH 1 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: Raymond Stokes † 8:10 a.m. Mass Int: Jerry Brown † SATURDAY, MARCH 2 7:45 a.m. Morning Prayer 8:00 a.m. Mass Int: Leonard Jones † 3:00 p.m. Confessions 4:30 p.m. Rosary 5:00 p.m. Mass Int: Brigid Mullins † SUNDAY, MARCH 3—8 Sunday in Ordinary Time 7:00 a.m. Rosary 7:30 a.m. Mass Int: Sally Hurtado † 8:45 a.m. Rosary 9:15 a.m. Mass Int: People of the Parish 10:30 a.m. Rosary 11:00 a.m. Mass Int: Rita Zamora † 12:30 p.m. Altar Society Potluck Lunch and Auction! 12:45 p.m. (Spanish) Mass Int: People of the Parish 2:30 p.m. (Burmese) Mass Int: Healing of the Sick

    Ministers to the Homebound March 3: Jeff Fewell, Sherry Colnar, Donna Kelsey

    Thank You from the Knights!

    The proceeds from the last pancake breakfast is going to the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, (AMS) to sponsor the annual Warriors to Lourdes Pilgrimage. The event allows wounded, non-wounded, ill or injured military personnel, to-gether with their designated caregivers and volun-teers, to travel to the Marian shrine for a time of rest, prayer and healing.

    Suggested Lenten Resource for Men Men are encouraged to read “The Manual for Men” by Bishop Thomas Olmsted. Available on Amazon! It’s highly recommended by Father Riley.

    What Great News! Veronica Fernandez of the Catholic Charities Food Pantry contacted our parish Chairperson for the Food Drive, Paula Frost, recently with great news! Our parish collected 2,094 pounds of food which is really amazing for a parish of our size! She also thanks everyone for organizing and sort-ing donations which saved them time. The Food Truck will return April 6-7. Let's beat this record!

    Runnin’ Revs Game March 4

    All are invited to cheer on their favorite priest at the Runnin’ Revs vs. Serra All Stars basketball game played at Bishop Miege High School at 7 pm on Monday, March 4. The Revs will challenge 8th grade and high school youth from our Catholic schools in this exciting game of basketball. Bring family and friends to enjoy this fun event with cheerleaders, a pep band and concessions. Dona-tions collected will benefit seminarians. Small si-lent auction includes a spot at Camp Tekakwitha.

    Adoration of Our Lord Monday Schedule

    We need 2 adorers for each hour to resume Ado-ration. The following slots are open on Mondays:

    8-9 a.m. 1 needed 9-10 a.m. 1 needed

    Please call the parish office at 913-299-3370 to commit to an hour with Our Lord or as a substitute to fill in if someone is ill or has an emergency.

  • Please pray for the sick: Trechelle Janae Al-len, Michael Alvarado, Robert Alvarado, Vincent An-drejaska, Pamela Angell, Alfred Arendt, Michael Arendt, Kathy Austin, Susan Barragree, John Behen, Mary Bell, William Bileck, John & Mary Bishop, Mary Ann Bliven, Ann Meara Bolden, Marlene Bolin, Suzanne Bond, Douglas Braman, Victor Braman, Anna Breitenstein, Peggy Brooks, Cindy Bruell, Bob Bruenn, Edward Bur-gess, Charlotte Burns, John Bush, Mary Bush, Hannah Buttaccio, Jim Carney, Antonio Cecena Jr, Owen Cigich, Bradley Clarrey, Tim Combs, Dianne Compton, Charles Connor, McKenzie Cowan, Sheila Cox, John Crawford, Frances Creten-Jones, Terri Crumpton, Thurston Crumpton, Dennie Davis, Karen Davis, Kim Davis, Roxann Debrecht, Linda Doss, Thresa Ehrhart, Mackenna Ernst, Dick Fields, Doris Fields, Susan Fin-ley, Lydia Gates, Brian Garvey, Chuck Gengler, Joe Glavin, Sue Goble, Rosalie Goebel, Cora Grant, Quin-lan Gray, Jamie Grohusky, Bertha Hachinsky, Kathy Hackathorn, Judy Hanna, Ed Hausback, Joseph Hep-pler, Blia Her, Margaret Hernandez, Fred Herrera, John Hill, Bob Holek, Pat Hosetler, Kathleen Huerter, Diane Hunt, Isabella Hurst, Cheryl Huffstutter, Dorothy Isabell, Susie Jadric, Barbara Jaskot, Jay Johnson, Mary Jones, Mary Judy, Rita Jurcyk, Mary Elaine Kohler, John Lanaman, Joyce Leiker, Angie Lewis, Robert Lidtke, Jack Loun, Debbie Martin, Barbara McAllister, Laraun McNeely, Elizabeth Melchior, Theresa Mercer, Lori Messick, Chad Messinger, Wilbur Miller, Franklin & Willetta Minters, Ashley Mizell, Hazel Molder, Parker Monhollon, Jacob Moore, Lisa Moore, Mary Mulich, Al-bert Nelson, Blanche Nelson, Linda Nick, Alexander Perez, Ben Peterson, Dan Poolman, Judy Pope, Jen-nifer Pulikkan, Jenny Reynolds, Cathy Ritter, Barbara Roberts, Richard Roethler, Marianne Rolfs, Eugene Scherer, Carol Scheibe, Mary Lou Schmalz, Betty Se-gura, Dennis & Stephanie Seuferling, Norma Showalter, Paul Simpson, Joann Sirridge, Jack Sixta, Tom Sixta, Rhonda Smart, Mike Smith, Patricia Anne Stoneking, Leo Storm, Jim Story, Linda Story, Margaret Struzzo, Joe Tayler, Rachel Taylor, Eleanor Thomas, Richard Thomas, Terry Trent, Hannah Viens, Marie Viscek, Glenn Waltsak, Anna Warford, Loretta Weber, Bob Wil-liams, Tamara Williams, Ed & Emma Worner, Shirley Zager

    Please email [email protected] or

    call Theresa Smith, 913-299-3370, to add or remove a name from the prayer list.

    Thank you for keeping our list current.

    Please call the parish office, 913-299-3370, to re-ceive the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick.

    Spirit of Bishop Ward Scholarship Dinner Bishop Ward High School, March 2 at 6 pm

    Dinner benefits the Student Scholarship Program at Bishop Ward, and serves as the Hall of Fame Induction. This year's Hall of Fame honors Coach Dennis Hurla, Mike Peterson '59 and Larrry Ward '54. Visit wardhigh.org/spirit to learn more.

    Made for More with Christopher West and Mike Mangione,

    April 4, 7-9:30 p.m., Prince of Peace in Olathe Brought to you by Prince of Peace, Holy Trinity, Church of the Ascension, Sacred Heart/Shawnee, Archdiocese of Kansas City, and The Cor Project. Tickets are $20 and will go fast, so grab your tick-ets NOW online at www.corproject.com/kc. MADE FOR MORE is an inspired blend of teaching, live music, and art that taps the deepest desires of the human heart revealing their ultimate purpose and goal. Join Christopher West and Mike Mangione as they offer a vision of the Gospel like you’ve never heard through the lens of Saint John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. Event is appropriate for ages 15 and up. Please contact Larissa Smith at [email protected] or 913-747-7746.

    Faith and Family Night With Kansas City Mavericks, Friday, March 1!

    Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas and Catho-lic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph are team-ing up for a Faith and Family Night with the Kan-sas City Mavericks on Friday, March 1. Game tick-ets are $20. For every ticket sold, 10 boxes of Mac and Cheese will be donated to feed hungry fami-lies. Collection bins will be also onsite for those who would like to support our drive by donating additional boxes of Mac and Cheese. Buy a ticket and support the Mac and Cheese drive by visiting kcmavericks.com/catholic.

    Hospice Volunteers Needed

    Catholic Community Hospice is looking for volun-teers to be with the terminally ill. Volunteers are a valuable part of Catholic Charities and often find that their greatest satisfaction comes from contrib-uting to the wellbeing of others. For more infor-mation, please contact Bonnie Krause, Volunteer Coordinator 913-433-2020.

    FORMED.ORG FREE SUBSCRIPTION! Content in English and Spanish!

    Enjoy movies, programs, talks, and ebooks with your FREE subscription! Visit formed.org/register; click Register (lower right); Enter Parish Access Code: M4DDNX; enter your email and create password (to login later). Enjoy and share!

    Please pray for the repose of the soul of Virginia Higgins. Our prayers and sympathy are offered to her family and friends.

  • Your support is crit-ical to the success of the Archbishop’s Call to Share ap-peal and its many ministries and ser-vices! Our parish has pledged

    $30,757 which is 39% of our target and 9% par-ticipation rate. Gifts of any amount are welcome, although if you are not doing so already, please consider a gift of a dollar a day ($365) or more. Your gift will make everything possible. Please fill out a pledge envelope today or donate online at www.calltoshare.org.

    February 10 Year to Date/Hasta hoy

    Budget/Presupuesto $20,000.00 $660,000.00

    Weekend Receipts by mail or electron-ic giving/Recibido en fin de semana

    $11,063.00

    Weekday Receipts by mail or electron-ic giving/Recibido en fin de semana

    $3,847.00

    Total Collection Through 2/15/19 Collecta Total hasta el 2/15/19

    $14,910.00 $597,684.57

    UNDER Budget ($5,090.00) ($62,315.43)

    Sunday Masses: 199 Envelopes from 170 Families

    Maintenance Fund: February 10 Year to Date $75.00 $17,951.00 We are in the final weeks of the Archbishop’s Call to Share. Please return your envelopes in the Sunday collection basket, bring to the parish of-fice, or mail to the Archdiocese. These funds help support 46 ministries and programs that serve the poor, the vulnerable, and those on the margins of society. May God bless you richly for your contri-bution to showing Christ’s love and mercy to our broader community.

    St. Patrick, Pray for us!

    Fish dinners start Friday, March 9 at 4:30 pm!

    Baked cod $10 Fried cat fish $10 Fried shrimp $10.00 Boiled shrimp $11.00 Kids meal $6.00 Family Deal $30.00 Each Meal comes with French Fries or MAC and Cheese, Green Beans, Cole Slaw, Roll, Desert And Drink! Enjoy a great meal Fridays of Lent from March 9 through April 12. For more infor-mation, call Fritz Vertz, 913-515-0621.

    Donations of Desserts for Lenten Fish Dinners Are Needed!

    The Parish Center will be unlocked early on Fri-days in Lent, so please drop off desserts at your convenience. Thank you for your help!

    American Heritage Girls is Christ centered, develops leadership skills,

    and offers fun family events! You and your daughter are invited to participate in the premier organization for girls in our Archdio-cese. AHG builds women of integrity through ser-vice to God, family, community and country. De-pending on the grade-level, events include troop meetings, field trips, troop trips, camping, service projects, retreats, and MORE! AHG is open to girls in Kindergarten through High School. Please contact the parish of one of the current troops if you want to visit a troop meeting or join. Troops are open to girls from any parish: *Cure of Ars, Leawood *Holy Trinity, Lenexa *Church of the Ascension, Overland Park *Saint Michael the Archangel, Leawood *Christ the King, Topeka

    *Most Pure Heart of Mary, Topeka *Knights of Columbus, Marysville

    ArchKCK has local AHG leaders happy to host information nights and mentor new troops when a parish is ready! To learn more, check out: https://www.archkck.org/scouting-american-heritage-girls or contact: Tonya Gast, Catholic Committee on Scouting Vice-Chair at [email protected] This is a great time of year to start the conversa-tion about an AHG troop at our parish to plan for starting this summer or next school year!

  • Father Agustin Martinez joined Archbishop Naumann and Archdiocesan priests and deacons for Mass before the journey to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life. Archbishop blessed the bus and pilgrims before they

    began their journey.

    Life will be victorious!

  • Bodas Comunitarias/ Convalidaciones El Sábado 20 de Julio, nuestra parroquia de San Patricio, ofrecerá la oportunidad de Casarse a aquellas parejas que estén viviendo en unión li-bre, ya sea que estén casados civilmente o no. Se invita cordial y encarecidamente a todos aque-llos que asisten a nuestra parroquia o viven en los confines parroquiales a que se inscriban y reciban el bellísimo sacramento del Matrimonio, que brin-da gracias y bendiciones especiales a las fami-lias. Si usted no está casado y vive con su pareja, por favor haga una cita con el P. Agustín para preguntas, aclaraciones y para inscribirse a parti-cipar de estos matrimonios comunitarios. La pa-rroquia proveerá no solo la formación, y el sacra-mento, sino que también haremos fiesta, y cele-braremos con ustedes, familiares y amigos, que la gracia de Dios y sus sacramentos les será con-ferida.

    Sábado de Limpieza- San Patricio es nuestro hogar! La Iglesia de San Patricio necesita que la cuidemos y mantenga-mos como un santuario digno donde Dios pueda hacerse presente en la Eucaristía y los Sacra-mentos. Se les invita a todos a participar de los sábados de limpieza para nuestra Iglesia de San Patricio. Seamos agradecidos con los dones y bendiciones que Dios nos da, y demos un poquito de nuestro tiempo para glorificar a Dios con nues-tro trabajo en su Iglesia. El Primer Sábado del Mes, de 9:00a.m.-11:00a.m. se les invita a venir a la Iglesia y ayudar con su trabajo limpiando la Iglesia. Todos están invitados a participar como familia o individualmente. Para aquellos niños y niñas que necesiten horas de servicio, pueden usar ese tiempo como servicio y la encargada Norma, les firmara la boleta de horas de servicio comunitario. Los niños y las niñas pueden ayudar a la limpieza, pero por favor NO MENORES DE EDAD sin compañía de un adulto.

    Retiro de Convalidación: Los días 23 y 24 de Marzo del 2019 en las Ofici-nas del Ministerio Hispano. Mayores informes y registración: P. Giani (913) 634 1480.

    Conferencias de familias en IOWA sobre María

    Cada dos años la diócesis de Davemport nos invi-ta a participar a la Conferencia para familias en Ottumwa (IOWA); el próximo Agosto 2019 el tema será sobre María. Hay cuidado de niños pero los jóvenes participan como los adultos. Para infor-maciones llamar el P. Giani 913 634 1480.

    Reminder! Please use only lighters

    for the candles in Church. Pictured to the left is one of the inserts that burned because of a match that was used and dropped. Lighters are provided by the candles. If you have

    difficulty using the lighter, please ask for help. We will be replacing these

    lighters with ones that are easier to handle.

    St. Patrick Catholic School Spirituality-Scholarship-

    Service Enrollment Now Open!

    “Gathered as One” Neh 8:1 Please contact us to sched-ule a tour at 913-299-8131.

    Website: stpatrickkck.org Where students live their faith, embrace their community, and cele-brate success in our nurturing community.

    Training is required

    before volunteering with children at the parish or school.

    To volunteer with children in the parish or school, you must first attend a Virtus “Protecting God’s Children” session and pass a background check. Schedule and training locations can be found at www.virtusonline.org. Attended Virtus? Your ac-count must remain current with assigned articles. Contact Betty Ann Battson, Virtus Coordinator, 299-3728 or [email protected]

    Reporting

    Suspected Abuse The Archdiocese remains committed to investi-gating any allegation of abuse of a minor made against any member of the clergy or any church employee or volunteer — no matter the age of the incident or the current age of the victim. Indi-viduals are encouraged to call the confidential report line at (913) 647-3051 (or visit archkck.org/reportabuse) to make a report to Jan Saylor, archdiocesan report investigator, and to call law enforcement directly. If a child or vulnerable adult is in immediate danger, call 911.

  • CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS St. Patrick Church #742600 1086 N. 94th Street Kansas City, KS 66112 TELEPHONE (913) 299-3370 CONTACT PERSON Theresa Smith SOFTWARE MSPublisher 2003 Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Windows XP Professional PRINTER HP Deskjet 950C SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION February 24, 2019 TRANSMISSION TIME Tuesday 11:15 am E-MAIL ADDRESS [email protected] NUMBER OF PAGES SENT 1 through 9 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

  • Parish Staff/Personal

    Parochial Administrator Father John Riley

    Parochial Vicar/Vicario Parroquial

    Father Agustin Martinez [email protected]

    Parish/Chin Burmese Ministry

    Father Michael Van Lian

    Deacon/Diácono David Cresswell [email protected]

    Secretary/Secretaria—Debbie Losensky

    Office Hours/Horas de Oficina: 8 a.m.—4:30 p.m. Church Office Email/Correo electrónico parroquial

    [email protected]

    Business Manager/Administrador Parroquial Amy Kernan: [email protected]

    Maintenance Director/Director de Mantenimiento

    Sig Hanson

    School Principal/Directora Escolar Felicia Torres: [email protected]

    Director of Religious Education; Virtus Coordinator/

    Directora de Educacion Religiosa y Virtus Betty Ann Battson

    [email protected]

    Director of Music Ministries/Directora de Musica Cynthia Bounds: [email protected]

    Director of Adult Faith Formation;

    Family Life Ministries; Annulment Advocate Theresa Smith: [email protected]

    Contact Information/Contacto Parish Office/Oficinas parroquiales 299-3370 Citas en Español (Susie Soto) 913-908-0849 Office Fax/Fax de las Oficinas 788-2644 School/Escuela 299-8131 School Fax/Fax de la Escuela 299-2845 Early Education Center/Preescholar 299-3051 Religious Ed/Ed. Religiosa(K-8) 299-3728 Parish Center Reservations 299-3370 Parish Center Kitchen/Cocina 299-2286

    Visit us at www.stpatrickkck.org!

    Parish Ministries/Ministerios

    Pastoral Council / Consejo Parroquial: Jeff Fewell, Joe Globoke, Jean Langkop, Janae

    Melvin, Glenn Miller, Gail O’Connor, Scott Rodina, Theresa Smith, Ronny Williams

    School Council Members/Consejo Escolar —

    Membership list available from St. Patrick School

    Altar Society President/ Presidente Sociedad del Altar

    Mickie Miller

    CYO Directors Luke Folscroft

    Finance Council / Consejo Financiero:

    Moe Kancel, Eugenia Winkelbauer, Caroline Brown, Joe Globoke, Diane Linder

    Green Club

    Fritz Vertz (913-515-0621)

    Knights of Columbus/Caballeros de Colon Craig Taylor

    Prolife Coordinator/Coordinador Pro-vida

    Kim Wetzel-Williams

    PTO Chairperson Janae Melvin, [email protected]

    Shamrock Club

    John Kluck and Regina Seuferling

    Social Concerns/Consejo de asuntos sociales Carroll and Katie Macke

    Vocations Ministry/Comite de Vocaciones

    Glenn Miller

    Parish Mission Statement/Misión

    St. Patrick Parish is called to love and serve the Lord, to grow in knowledge,

    virtue and holiness and to spread the Gospel.

    La parroquia de San Patricio esta llamada a amar y servir al Señor, a crecer en conocimien-to, virtud y santidad y a compartir el evangelio.

    Core Values: Christ-Centered, Evangelization, Formation for All Ages, Family (Individual Fami-

    lies and Parish Family), Stewardship

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