1095 DeSoto Street St. Paul, MN 55130 Phone 651-774-8675


Celebrate the Sacraments

The Sacraments are the backbone of our faith.  From coming to the table for Eucharist every weekend, to welcoming new members at the font of Baptism, to praying for healing though the Anointing of the Sick, our parish community joyfully celebrates all the sacraments.




We welcome with open arms any person coming to the waters of Baptism and joining our faith community.  From new babies, to older children not yet baptized, to adults joining the faith, all are welcome!  To schedule your baptism preparation classes, please contact the parish office.


Reconciliation is celebrated every Saturday from 3:30-3:50, before the 4:00pm Mass.  In addition there are communal penance services celebrated during the Advent and Lenten seasons. You may also contact the parish office if you are in need of an individual Confession outside the normal times.  


Mass Times
Saturday: 4:00pm
alternating Saturdays with St Casimir
Sunday: 10:45am English
12:15pm Hmong, last weekend of the month
Daily Mass: 8:30am
Mass - Wed & Fri
Comm. Service Mon, Tue, Thur

First Eucharist is celebrated for those in 2nd grade or older.   Visit our Faith Formation page for more information about preparing for your child's first Eucharist.


St Pat's as been the venue of thousands of marriages.  There is no more special way for a couple to be joined together than in front of friends, family, and God.  Contact the office if you are planning to get married for more information and to complete any needed classes before your special day.


Confirmation is celebrated by those in 10th grade or older after completing the required confirmation program.  Youth celebrate their confirmation with the bishop at the Cathedral of St Paul while adults are welcomed here at the church during the Easter Vigil.

Anointing of the Sick

The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is available to any parishioner in need of it.  Anyone who is seriously ill, preparing for surgery or medical treatment, or the elderly should receive this sacrament of healing.  To request a priest to administer the Sacrament please contact the parish office or see him after Mass.

Parish Office
[email protected]