Tuesday, May 25, 2021



For Details and Copy of Novena - Click Here

Videos and Reflection are posted for each day on our Webpage for you to follow along.

Watch Introduction Below:

Jesus, I Surrender Myself to You!
The Surrender Novena

We have all heard "Let Go and Let God" but how does one put this into the context of daily life? Well, Jesus actually gave us a daily prescription to do exactly that through Fr. Dolindo Ruotolo! Jesus said, "A thousand prayers cannot equal one single act of surrender, remember this well. There is no novena more effective than this."

Consider praying “The Surrender Novena” at any time.

O Jesus, I surrender myself to you, 
take care of everything!

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

"THE VEIL REMOVED" - You Will Not Believe Your Eyes!

                     Please Watch Video Below

You Will Not Believe Your Eyes! 

Our Dear Friends, As the Gifts are brought up and placed on the Altar, view who carries your Gifts. View who is present as the bread and wine are transformed into the very Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ!

The Veil Removed is a 5 min video that reveals the coming together of heaven and earth at Mass.

When this video was shown in a recent parish study there was not a dry eye after viewing.

Please Watch, it will impact you deeply!
Share it with Others!

Please Share Your Comments!

Sunday, May 2, 2021

Remain in Me as I Remain in You! and "Take n Eat" Video

Please Watch Video Below
“From the dawn of the first day, God desired communion with His creation. He entered into covenant.” 

Jesus says:
“I am the vine, you are the branches.” 
"Remain in me, as I remain in you."

It will allow you to have deeper appreciation and understanding for Jesus Christ and the eternal covenant.
(Share your thoughts)
A Beautiful and Enlightening Video

Saturday, February 27, 2021


March 1 and March 2 -- 
Join Us!
Starting this week, THE SEARCH program begins in our Parish. We invite you to watch this beautiful video production designed to enkindle wonder via our FORMED.org subscription and share with family and friends.  

In addition, we offer two parish centered opportunities beginning this week: 

1. A Parish In-Person Small Discussion Group on Mondays starting March 1 from 6:45 - 7:30 pm.

2. A Parish Virtual Meeting Group on Tuesdays starting March 2 - 6:30 – 8:00pm.

ALL are welcome! It is not too late to participate! Come to the Parish Groups as your schedule permits. Make a little time to embrace your relationship with God.

Click Here to Decide
How to Participate and Sign-up

WATCH Episode 1:
What Do You Seek


Saturday, February 20, 2021

THE SEARCH - Starting March 1st

We are all searching for something…

Introducing The Search 

In order to help EVERYONE in our parish to fruitfully celebrate Lent, we offer a special program to help us to reflect within our hearts, our minds, and deepen our relationship with God and our search for happiness. 

We all need community right now - and to rekindle and connect with one another. So, this is an opportunity to "get together," in your Homes, with your family and friends - virtually, or here in person and in small groups.

You are Invited to TAKE A PEEK at the:

Trailer (Click to view)

Episode 1: What Do You Seek? (Click to view)

Then beginning the week of March 1,

St. Patrick will be hosting "The Search"
in a variety of ways:

1. Personally
2. Small Groups Hosted by You (Virtual or In-person)
3. Parish In-person Discussion Group 

4. Virtual Parish Facilitated Small Group 

THE SEARCH Discussion Guide


Questions: Contact Deacon Michael at
717-347-7350 or gospamir@comcast.net


Tuesday, February 16, 2021


 THE SEARCH - is Coming...! 

The Search offers an opportunity for you (our parish family) to open your hearts to a relationship that awaits you in your search for happiness. Providing you opportunities for personal, family, and/or group experiences to enable you to explore the silent language of the heart that reveals What You Seek, What You Love, and Who You Really Are...

Stay Tuned for More Information

Sunday, December 27, 2020

Christmas Scene

 Christmas Scene

Take 4 Min to stop and look and listen and let this touch your Heart!
A truly inspiring imaginary scene that depicts: "what might have been" if you supernaturally visited the manger scene in Bethlehem."  
Jimmy Stewart filmed this scene in ONE TRY because the tender feelings in his expressions of love for Jesus could not be vainly repeated. "I have only one of these in me," he said. "I'm absolutely serious when I say this scene is one of the greatest honors I've ever had."

Imagine BEING THERE when Jesus was born ! ... this is a truly classic and wonderful piece of acting from the heart... you see: Jesus was pure & innocent DEITY from moment one: a long long LONG step down from the glories of Heaven.