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Catholic Daughters of America

The Catholic Daughters strive to be an organization of sisterhood and service. Through the year we work together as a group to plan service events and fellowship opportunities. 

The Knights of Columbus

In the Knights of Columbus tradition, the local Council #1211 of St. Patrick's leads support to the Church at both the diocesan and local levels.  It provides volunteers and offer funds for parish projects and the Catholic School. 

Serra Club

Named after St. Junipero Serra, this ministry is formed to foster and promote vocations to the priesthood and religious life, and to support priests in their ministry.  We meet the first Tuesday of every month. 

Council of Catholic Women

This is a service and social group for all members of the parish. Activities that establish a bond among parishioners include serving receptions, a monthly brunch, funeral dinners and the Christmas boutique.

Respect Life Committee

The pro-life effort at our parish includes participation in any community-wide pro-life activities, such as the "Walk for Life" and exhibits at the Lincoln County Fair. Each October they acknowledge the gift of life by recognizing new mothers in the parish. 

Bible Studies

Throughout the year the parish offers opportunities for bible study, faith sharing and other ways to grow in faith and knowledge. All are welcome and encouraged to participate. 

That Man is You

That Man is You is an interactive men's program combining the best research from science with the teachings of the Catholic faith and the wisdom of the saints to develop the vision of a man fully alive.  By honestly addressing the pressures and temptations that men face in our modern culture, That Man is You seeks to form men who will be capable of transforming homes and society. 

Helping Hands Apostolic

Anointing Mass (a lunch is served immediately after the anointing Mass)

Our Healing Mass is celebrated first Wednesday of each month (September-May) at noon. 

Christmas Boutique

An annual all-parish activity every November that includes a festive noon luncheon, bake sale and community craft booths and silent auctions.

Funeral Dinner Apostolic 

As part of our service and compassion to the bereaved, a simple luncheon is served to family and friends following a funeral with minimal cost to the family.

Monthly Brunch 

Brunch is held the third Sunday of each month from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall.

Welcome Home Ministry 

Welcome home Ministry is provides an opportunity for those who have been away from the Catholic Church to come back.  It is a welcoming and understanding group that answers questions and helps foster and understanding of the Church. 

Prayer Blanket Ministry

Compassion and love of sewing have been combined into a prayerful and spiritual practice which reaches out to those in need of comfort and solace. Many blessings are prayed into every stitch.  This Apostolic begins with a prayer and blessing for each recipient.  Upon completion, a final blessing at one of our Masses is offered for each blanket before the "Prayer Blanket" is sent on its way. 

Environment and Decorating Committee

Throughout the year we need people to help decorate the church, especially for Christmas and Easter, as well as for retreats and other special events. 

Finance Committee

The Parish Finance Council assists the pastor, who is accountable to the Diocesan Bishop and the parish for the administration and stewardship of the temporal goods/finances of the parish.  An active, well-formed Parish Finance Council is a key element in prompting the financial health of a parish,  assuring accountability and assisting the pastor with his responsible. 

Parish Council Board

The St. Patrick's Parish Council assists Pastor in his leadership role of planning, organizing, initiating, coordinating and reviewing the mission and activities within the Parish.  The council consists of between ten and twenty members which may be elected by the Parish or appointed by the Pastor. Fr. Josh relies heavily on their input and responses in all major Parish decisions. 

W.A.S. Without A Spouse

A group of single, divorced, or widowed Catholics from all of the North Platte Parishes. We offer support to each other in prayful, positive helpful and enjoyable ways through monthly social events and activities. We welcome all Ages!

Holy Mass Times: 
     Saturday 5:30pm
     Sunday 8:30am, 11am, & 5:30pm 
     Monday to Friday 8:00am
     Saturday Daily 8:00am
     Weekdays & Saturday 7:30am 
     Saturday 4:00pm to 5:00 pm 

    St. Patrick's Catholic Church
    Mailing Address:  Street Address: 415 N Chestnut | North Platte, NE 69101 | Phone: 308.532.0942 | Fax: 308.532.0944