• 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.


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

    Personal Prayer

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


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

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


    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.

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    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—On this last Sunday before Christmas, the Church's Liturgy reveals the true identity of our Redeemer: He is, as today's First Reading says, the “ruler…whose origin is from…ancient times.” He will come from Bethlehem, where David was born of Jesse the Ephrathite and anointed king (see Ruth 4:11-17; 1 Samuel 16:1-13; 17:1; Matthew 2:6). God promised that an heir of David would reign on his throne forever (see 2 Samuel 7:12-13; Psalm 89; Psalm 132:11-12). Jesus is that heir, the One the prophets promised would restore the scat-tered tribes of Israel into a new kingdom (see Isai-ah 9:5-6; Ezekiel 34:23-25,30; 37:35). He is “the shepherd of Israel,” sung of in today's Psalm. From His throne in heaven, He has “come to save us.” Today's Epistle tells us that He is both the Son of David and the only “begotten” Son of God, come “in the flesh” (see also Psalm 2:7). He is also our “high priest,” from the mold of the mysterious Mel-chisedek, “priest of God Most High,” who blessed Abraham at the dawn of salvation history (see Psalm 110:4; Genesis 14:18-20). All this is recognized by John when he leaps for joy in his mother's womb. Elizabeth, too, is filled with joy and the Holy Spirit. She recognizes that in Mary “the mother of my Lord” has come to her. We hear in her words another echo of the Psalm quot-ed in today's Epistle (see Psalm 2:7). Elizabeth blesses Mary for her faith that God's Word would be fulfilled in her. Mary marks the fulfillment not only of the an-gel's promise to her, but of all God's promises down through history. Mary is the one they await in today's First Reading – “she who is to give birth.” She will give birth this week, at Christmas. And the fruit of her womb should bring us joy – she is the mother of our Lord. Source:

    Adoration of Our Lord Schedule: Important Update!

    We just need a few more spaces filled on Mon-days so there are at least 2 for each hour. We hope to resume Adoration on Mondays in early January. Please call the parish office at 913-299-3370. Rachel Davis, Coordinator, will con-firm your time with you.

    You may still sign up for an hour on Tuesdays. We’ll resume Adoration on that day as soon as there are 2 persons scheduled per hour.

    Sign up as a substitute to fill in if someone is ill or has an emergency.

    An hour with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament will enhance your relationship with Him and bring un-told graces to you and to our parish.

    Scripture Readings for Week of December 24-30

    Mon/Lun: 2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Luke 1:67-79 Vigil (Mon) Isaiah 62:1-5; Acts 13:16-17, 22-25; Matthew 1:1-25 Midnight Isaiah 9:1-6, Titus 2:11-14; Luke 2:1-14 Tue/Mar: Isaiah 52:7-10; Hebrews 1:1-6; John 1:1-18 Wed/Mie: Acts 6:8-10; 7:54-59; Matthew 10:17-22 Thur/Jue: 1 John 1:1-4; John 20:1a, 2-8 Fri/Vie: 1 John 1:5-2:2; Matthew 2:13-18 Sat/Sab: 1 John 2:3-11; Luke 2:22-35 Sun/Dom: Sirach 3:2-6, 12-14; 1 Samuel 1:20-22, 24-28; Luke 2:41-52

    Special Needs Ministry BREATHE Respite Care Program

    Saturday, January 12, from 4–8 p.m. at Holy Cross School, 8101 W. 95, Overland Park. BREATHE Respite Care provides the gift of time away from caregiving for families who have a loved one with a disability age 5 and older. If you have questions regarding the program, please contact Tom Racunas, Archdiocese Lead Consult-ant of Special Needs Ministry, at 913-647-3054 or [email protected] To register a loved one, please go to and complete the online form.


    SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23—Fourth Sunday of Advent 7:00 a.m. Rosary 7:30 a.m. Mass Int: Ivan Tomasic † 8:45 a.m. Rosary 9:15 a.m. Mass Int: Cyril and Lena Winkelbauer † 10:30 a.m. Rosary 11:00 a.m. Mass Int: Josip Sestric; Kata Sestric † 12:45 p.m. (Spanish) Mass/Misa: Healing of the Sick 2:30 p.m. (Burmese) Mass: People of Parish MONDAY, DECEMBER 24—Vigil of Christmas 5:00 p.m. Mass Int: Esther Alvarado † 10:00 p.m. Mass Int: Charlie Goetz † TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25—Nativity of the Lord (Christmas) — Holy Day of Obligation 12:00 a.m. (Spanish) Mass Int: St. Patrick Parish 8:00 a.m. Mass Int: Father Hugh McDevitt † 10:00 a.m. Mass Int: Josip and Kata Sestric † 12:00 p.m. (Burmese) Mass Int: St. Patrick Families WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26—St. Stephen 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: Jim Slonka † THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27—St. John 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: Christopher Hentzen † FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28—The Holy Innocents 6:15 a.m. Morning Prayer 6:30 a.m. Mass Int: Jim Slonka † SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29—St. Thomas Becket 7:45 a.m. Morning Prayer 8:00 a.m. Mass Int: Vocation of Brother Martin 3:00 p.m. Confessions 4:30 p.m. Rosary 5:00 p.m. Mass Int: Carol Weaver † SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30—Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph 7:00 a.m. Rosary 7:30 a.m. Mass Int: Deceased Hraback Family Members † 8:45 a.m. Rosary 9:15 a.m. Mass Int: Ed Andrisevic † 10:30 a.m. Rosary 11:00 a.m. Mass Int: Joe Weiler † 12:45 p.m. (Spanish) Mass Int: Healing of the Sick 2:30 p.m. (Burmese) Mass Int: People of Parish Ministers to the Homebound December 30: Gail O’Connor, Diane Linder, Donna Kelsey

    Thanks to a generous couple, each family attending Christ-mas Mass will receive a copy of the newest book from Mat-thew Kelly, “The biggest Lie in

    the History of Christianity.”

    Join us Wednesday, January 16 at 7 p.m. in the

    school library for a discussion of the book!

    Dear St. Patrick Parishioners: A blessed Christmas to all! It is a beautiful season to celebrate together God’s great love for us in the gift of His Son, Jesus Christ. What a blessing, what a gift, that God would love us so much to become one of us! As Christ’s birth is truly a gift to us, to be celebrat-ed enthusiastically and with great joy, so too your presence and participation in the life of St. Patrick Parish is a valued gift to us all. Our prayer this Christmas is that Christ’s peace and love, the peace and love shining brightly from every manger scene, will shine brightly also in your own families this season and throughout the New Year of our Lord. God bless and keep you, and Merry Christmas!

    In Christ Jesus, Fr. Riley, Fr. Martinez and Fr. Lian


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    “Living in Love” Retreat for Married Couples

    See why over 700 couples in the Archdiocese have experienced the “Living in Love” retreat. Sign up now for the “Living in Love” retreat at Holy Spirit Parish, Overland Park, February 16-17, 2019. Register online at or contact Mary Anne Kierl at the Archdiocese at 913-647-0345 for information.

  • Please pray for the sick: Trechelle Janae Al-len, Michael Alvarado, Robert Alvarado, Vincent An-drejaska, Pamela Angell, 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 Burgess, Charlotte Burns, John Bush, Mary Bush, Hannah But-taccio, 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, Brian Garvey, Chuck Gengler, Joe Glavin, Sue Goble, Rosalie Goebel, Cora Grant, Quinlan Gray, Ja-mie Grohusky, Bertha Hachinsky, Kathy Hackathorn, Judy Hanna, Ed Hausback, Joseph Heppler, Margaret Hernandez, Fred Herrera, John Hill, Pat Hosetler, Kath-leen Huerter, Diane Hunt, Isabella Hurst, Cheryl Huff-stutter, Dorothy Isabell, Susie Jadric, Barbara Jaskot, Jay Johnson, Mary Jones, Mary Judy, John & Rita Jurcyk, Mary Elaine Kohler, John Lanaman, Angie Lew-is, Robert Lidtke, Jack Loun, Debbie Martin, Laraun McNeely, Elizabeth Melchior, Lori Messick, Chad Messinger, Wilbur Miller, Franklin & Willetta Minters, Hazel Molder, Parker Monhollon, Jacob Moore, Lisa Moore, Mary Mulich, Albert Nelson, Blanche Nelson, Linda Nick, Dan Poolman, Judy Pope, Jennifer Pulik-kan, Jenny Reynolds, Cathy Ritter, Barbara Roberts, Richard Roethler, Marianne Rolfs, Bob Samenus, Eu-gene Scherer, Carol Scheibe, Mary Lou Schmalz, Betty Segura, Dennis & Stephanie Seuferling, Norma Showalter, Paul Simpson, Joann Sirridge, Jack Sixta, Tom Sixta, Rhonda Smart, Mike Smith, Patricia Anne Stoneking, Raymond Stokes, Leo Storm, Jim Story, Linda Story, Margaret Struzzo, Joe Tayler, Rachel Tay-lor, Eleanor Thomas, Richard Thomas, Terry Trent, Hannah Viens, Marie Viscek, Glenn Waltsak, Anna Warford, Loretta Weber, Bob Williams, Tamara Wil-liams, 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.

    Anointing of the Sick If you are scheduled for surgery, please call the

    parish office, 299-3370, to receive the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick before your hospital stay. If your condition worsens, you need additional sur-gery, you recover then become seriously ill again or are facing additional health challenges due to

    aging, it is appropriate to be anointed again.

    Altar Society—January Meeting News Weather Permitting—Our 1st Altar Society of 2019 will be January 3 at 1 pm in the Parish Center Small Meeting Room. Please come and enjoy fel-lowship and light refreshments. All ladies of the parish are members of Altar Society. If you have never been to an Altar Society meeting, I encour-age you to come and see what we do! Our duties include care of Altar needs, such as purchasing wine and hosts for Holy Communion, laundering Altar Cloths and serving our fellow parishioners by offering Funeral Luncheons at no cost. We thank God for our beautiful St. Patrick Parish and we have a lot of fun! Call Mickie Miller with any ques-tions, (913)788-7085.

    Teens Encounter Christ Weekend

    Are you a high school student looking to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ? Join us Janu-ary 19-21 at Savior Pastoral Center, 12601 Paral-lel for our Teens Encounter Christ Retreat Week-end. TEC is a retreat hosted by the Archdiocese that guides us in applying the Paschal mystery to our own lives. Participants learn to die to self, rise to a new life in Christ and go forth to evangelize. Sign up at Cost is $90; no one is turned away because of cost.

    Courage Spiritual Support Group

    Courage is a spiritual support group helping Cath-olic men and women live chaste lives in accord-ance with the Catholic Church’s teaching on same-sex attraction and/or behaviors. Through participa-tion in the Sacraments, prayer, fellowship and moral support, Courage members strive to devel-op lives of interior chastity in union with Jesus Christ. Courage meets in the Kansas City area weekly in the Archdiocese and in the Diocese of Kansas City/St. Joseph. EnCourage is a separate spiritual support group for family members and friends of loved ones with same-sex attraction. If you or your child is struggling with same-sex at-traction and want confidential Catholic help, call the Courage helpline (913) 428-9893.

    F.I.R.E. Men’s Retreat at Prairie Star Ranch

    February 9-10, 2019 F.I.R.E. is a unique Catholic men’s retreat that combines a love for outdoor activities like camp-ing, hiking, hunting and fishing with powerful and exciting encounters with the Sacraments. Through fellowship, inspiration and renewal, attendees will leave the retreat ready to engage in their faith like never before. Visit or [email protected] or call 816-590-1744.

  • December 9 Year to Date/Hasta hoy

    Budget/Presupuesto $20,000.00 $480,000.00

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


    Total Collection Through 12/13/18 Collecta Total hasta el 12/13/18

    $19,029.72 $405,227.41

    UNDER Budget ($970.28) ($74,772.59)

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


    Immaculate Con-ception Collection


    Sunday Envelopes/Sobres Dominicales: 308 from 258 Families

    Please note: Due to an mailing error from our envelope company, parishioners will receive 2 envelopes dated for Christmas day. The Catholic Charities envelope is white. All contributions sup-port Catholic Charities and their great work. The other envelope is titled Christmas Offering and was unexpected. Any funds donated in this enve-lope will directly support St. Patrick Parish. Thank you for your generosity. May God continue to bless our parish. St. Patrick, pray for us! Maintenance Fund/Fondo de mantenimiento:

    December 9 Year to Date $175.00 $13,164.00

    Year-End Giving: Please consider these gifts. 1. Gift of Appreciated Stock—Stocks, bonds, mu-

    tual funds can be made on tax favored basis. 2. Donor Advised Fund (DAF)—DAF is an option

    with more complicated tax giving, allowing “bundling” deductible gifts into alternate years through Catholic Foundation of NE Kansas. Minimum to start a family DAF is $5,000.

    3. Contribution to 1 of St. Patrick’s 3 endowment funds helps assure the long term viability of the parish.

    4. Consider a legacy gift to the parish in your will. Generous contributions from estate giving helped fund the new library roof and perpetual care for the cemetery.

    Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas exists because there is

    need; we survive because of your generosity. Your help is someone’s hope. Thank you for con-sidering a gift to the Christmas Collection to sup-port the mission of Catholic Charities.

    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 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 investigat-ing 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 to make a report to Jan Saylor, arch-diocesan report investigator, and to call law en-forcement directly. If a child or vulnerable adult is in immediate danger, call 911. Save the Date! The 9th annual Trivia Night will

    be held on Saturday, February 9. Look for more details after the New Year.

    Prolife Youth Rally: January 22, 2019 at

    Topeka Performing Arts Center Event begins at 9 am; Mass at 11:15 am concele-brated by Archbishop Naumann and Bishop Brungardt. March to KS Capital Steps and Kan-sans for Life Rally following Mass. Wichita Adore Ministries will provide music. Keynote address will be David Scotten from “I Lived on Parker Avenue,” a story about adoption, forgiveness and hope. Please contact Pro-Life Office at 913-647-3059 or [email protected] You may also contact Dea-con Dave Cresswell (816-510-5957) to carpool!

    St. Patrick has a new website! Visit!

    For your convenience, the school and parish sites are now one, If you have ques-tions, please call the school office, 913-299-8131.

  • Thank you to all of the School of Religion families who donated food during our food drive! You donated over

    500 canned and dry goods! Special thanks to Zach Burdolski, for organizing this food drive to feed the hungry. Thanks to all parishioners who helped!

    Thank you to all who choose gift ideas from our angel trees and donated Christmas gifts for families!

    Our elves (otherwise known as the Social Concerns Committee!) worked hard to give Santa a helping hand. Thanks to all volunteers, most especially

    Chairpersons Susan and John Berry, for serving over 40 families in our parish community!

  • Misa de NAVIDAD- La Misa de Navidad éste Año será Misa de Gallo, comenzando a la medianoche el 24 por la noche para amanecer el 25 de Diciembre. Venid y Adoremos!

    Misa de Año Nuevo- La Misa de Año nuevo en Español será el 1 de Enero a las 12:00p.m.

    Retiro de Quinceañera: Los días 22-23-24 de febrero 2019. Mayores informes y registración: Lety (913) 543 0932.

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

    Nuevo Taller de VIRTUS en Español: El viernes 18 de enero 2019 de 5:30 a 6:30pm tendremos el próximo taller en español de VIRTUS. Todos los que necesiten certificarse con este curso por favor regístrense en la página internet. Cupo de 30 personas y no hay cuidado de niños. La registración en puede hacerse en español. Mayor informa-ción: Fr. Giani 913 634 1480.

    Pastoral Migratoria: Desea ayudar a los migrantes en nuestra arquidiócesis y formarse como agente de pastoral migratoria. La diócesis de Kansas City - St. Joseph ofrece un curso en enero 2019. Mayor información: Hna. María Orozco (913) 276-8789 “Encuentro Matrimonial”: 8-10 de Febrero, 2019, en el Centro del Salvador del Mundo: Horario: Del Vier-nes a las 7:15 pm al Domingo a las 4:30pm. Costo $200: $100 a la registración y $100 a la entrada, incluye dos noches de hospedaje. Mayor información: Michelle Cabrera de San Pablo (Olathe) 913 764 0323. Cupo limitado.

  • 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 December 23, 2018 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

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    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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